1 All You Need Is Kindfulness A Collection of Ajahn Brahm Quotes
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3 Preface The 63 quotes from Ajahn Brahm's teachings in this collection have been gathered from various talks delivered between 2009 and The teachings were either given to the lay people at Nollamara Centre and Jhana Grove Meditation Retreat Centre or to monastics at Bodhinyana Monastery and overseas in Sri Lanka. The background photos have been taken over the last seven years in Germany, New Zealand, Ladakh (North India), Australia, Switzerland, England and the Czech Republic. To give this work a bit of structure, the sayings have loosely been put under the three headings of Sīla, Samādhi and Pañña. These are respectively, the Pali terms for Virtue, Meditation and Wisdom, which constitute the basic structure of the Buddhist path. These terms are explained briefly at the beginning of each section. May this collection of quotes inspire you to be kind, calm and wise! Bodhinyana Monastery Perth, August 2014
4 Sīla Sīla is the Pali term for virtue. It is the cultivation of harmlessness, kindness, generosity and care by body, speech and mind. It could also be translated as character, habit or morality. Your understanding of what is skilful and what is unskilful, and the inspiration you get from your own heart or from seeing living examples, will enable you to let go of unwholesome habits and tendencies and to develop the wholesome qualities in your mind. The practice of morality makes your heart pure, and a pure heart is a happy heart well prepared for the practice of meditation.
5 If you want to have a good time, be good.
6 Real beauty does not lie in perfection, but in embracing and accepting imperfection.
7 Love is the ability to embrace the imperfections of another, of ourselves and of life.
8 Instead of having a fault-finding mind, develop the beautiful attitude of gratitude
9 Whatever you value, whatever you think is really important, that is what will develop and grow.
10 Water the flowers in your garden, don't water the weeds.
11 What you see in others, that's what they will show you back.
12 Don't worry too much about what goes into your mouth. It s much more important to worry about what comes out of it.
13 A lot of anger comes from not seeing the full picture, from not understanding the truth of the matter.
14 What s more important, being right or living in harmony together?
15 It s never his problem, her problem or my problem, it s always our problem. We are in this together. That s how you solve the problem.
16 If there is nothing you can do, then do nothing. If there is something you can do, then give it all you've got.
17 You can't always cure, but you can always care.
18 Whenever there is a tragedy, it gives us the opportunity to care, to give, to help and to serve.
19 Always put happiness and joy into whatever you are doing.
20 Little acts of kindness are huge. They make both you and others very happy. These are what we call: instant karmic rewards.
21 Merit is not something you store up for a future life, it s what you put into your heart for now.
22 Real generosity is giving, expecting nothing back in return.
23 Inspiration is a beautiful source of pure energy that uplifts your heart.
24 A lot of the time you learn the most from osmosis, by just hanging around good people.
25 When you cultivate a beautiful mind throughout the day, you will have a beautiful mind in meditation.
26 Samādhi Samādhi is the Pali term for deep meditation, or for collectedness and unification of mind. It is not achieved through force or striving, but through restraining and relinquishing unwholesome qualities and through the cultivation and development of wholesome ones. Mindfulness and kindness will allow a positive and happy mind to settle down, and to enter deeper and deeper into stillness and peace. The purification that happens through the practice of meditation will give your mind the strength and clarity required to uncover, to face and to penetrate to the truth.
27 Your real home is not the house you live in, but the stillness and peace in your heart.
28 Forget about the results. Creating the causes; that s your work. The results will come by themselves.
29 The essence of meditation is your attitude.
30 It s not important what you are meditating on, but how you are meditating.
31 Whatever you are aware of, you need that magical ingredient of kindness. When you are kind to what you are watching, it relaxes and so do you.
32 Put a lot of attention in the space between you and whatever you are aware of. And make sure there are wholesome qualities in that space: kindness, gentleness, peace and patience.
33 Can you make peace? Can you be kind? Can you be gentle? If you can, then you can meditate.
34 Right intention makes the present moment a pleasant moment.
35 Delight is the glue that makes your attention stick to the object.
36 Yes, being a control freak and using willpower may give you mindfulness. But it s not the type of mindfulness that will lead to happiness, stillness or insight. Playfulness and joy, the power of wisdom, that creates great mindfulness.
37 The way of meditation is not force and will power, but wisdom power.
38 The energy of the mind can be directed in two ways: It can either go into reacting, doing, thinking, struggling and striving; or it can go into letting go, not being involved, not getting entangled, and just being aware without reacting.
39 The more you do, the more you strive, the more you wear your mind out.
40 Don t do letting go, let go of doing.
41 Right effort is the effort to stop, to restrain, to let go to give up, to renounce.
42 The nature of the human mind is to be still. It only moves because of the winds of wanting.
43 Meditation is not about attaining more things, but about letting go of things and becoming more free.
44 When you want something more, you cannot enjoy what you already have.
45 It s very hard to progress in meditation, when you have a fault-finding mind. You always see what s wrong, you never see the beauty.
46 Wherever you happen to be on the path of meditation, please want to be there. If you want to be somewhere else, that s the end of your progress.
47 It s the nature of contentment to deepen to become more brilliant, more happy, more blissful, more profound and empty if you just stay with it long enough.
48 Pañña Pañña is the Pali term for wisdom or insight; seeing the world clearly without distortion. It is the deep understanding of the human condition that emerges out of the pure and peaceful mind. Pañña is always born of silence and stillness, of an open, receptive and unbiased heart. A mind full of thoughts is not ready to listen deeply enough. Insight into the nature of things, whether small or huge and life changing, always sets you free and fills your heart with unconditional love and compassion for all beings.
49 In Buddhism we don t fight our defilements, we understand them. And when we know them, they disappear.
50 When you face the problem and bring it close to you, you have a chance to understand it. When you run away, your face is turned in the opposite direction.
51 Wisdom is all around us and insight is there for the taking, but when there is too much noise we just can't hear life teaching us.
52 All thinking is about something. It is always one step away from penetrating the truth of the matter.
53 You don t need to give things a name just know them.
54 Never allow your knowledge to stand in the way of truth.
55 Don t bend the truth to fit your beliefs, bend your beliefs to fit the truth.
56 Life is a flow of unexpected moments.
57 Your future is uncertain. Whatever you expect it to be, it will always be totally different.
58 You can either be caught up in this world and in your desires... or you can be free.
59 Suffering is asking from the world what it can never give you.
60 Freedom is realising that you can't control life.
61 Pleasure is just a pause between two moments of pain. And pain is just the space between two moments of pleasure.
62 Whatever disturbance there is, it only lasts for a few moments. But if you allow it to echo in your mind, it will keep on going for a long time.
63 We are prisoners of our own concepts.
64 Hell is a place with an open door. You send yourself there because of guilt. If you know what love and forgiveness are, you can walk out any time you want.
65 It s amazing how free you can be, if you don t limit yourself to your past.
66 The nature of life is that it settles down and finds a balance all by itself.
67 Where there is a self, there are things belonging to a self. Where there is no self, there is no sense of ownership.
68 When you don't have a solid sense of self, you can adapt to whatever situation you happen to be in.
69 When you disappear, when there is no traveller, then the path becomes as wide as a multi-lane highway - you just can't miss it.
70 A Short Biography of Ajahn Brahmavamso Ajahn Brahm was born Peter Betts in London (UK) on the 7th of August At the age of sixteen he regarded himself as a Buddhist after having read his first book on Buddhism. His interest in the teachings of the Buddha and meditation flourished while he was studying theoretical physics at Cambridge University. That was also the time when he sat his first retreat and had some nice meditation experiences. After completing his degree and teaching for a year, he travelled to Thailand to become a monk. At the age of twenty-three he was ordained at Wat Saket in Bangkok and received the monastic name Brahmavamso. He subsequently spent nine years studying and training in the forest meditation tradition under the guidance of the renowned meditation master Ven. Ajahn Chah in the jungles of North-East Thailand.
71 In 1983 Ajahn was invited to help establish a forest monastery near Perth in Western Australia. He is now the abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery and the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia (BSWA). In 2014 Ajahn Brahm will complete his fortieth year in the robes of a Buddhist monk. Since his first talks in Singapore in the year 2000, the release of his first book in 2004 and the spreading of his teachings through the BSWA homepage and YouTube, his popularity has grown quickly. Over the years he has managed to touch the hearts of many thousands of people all over the world and to bring smiles to their faces. These days, Ajahn is a highly regarded Buddhist meditation teacher, giving talks and teaching retreats around the globe. He is in very high demand, tirelessly devoting a lot of his time and energy to others. His efforts have been rewarded with the gratitude and the thanks of many. He was even awarded with the prestigious John Curtin Medal in 2004 for his vision, leadership and community service.
72 This collection contains 63 sayings from the famous meditation master Ajahn Brahm matched with beautiful background photographs. The quotes are loosely gathered under three sections: Sīla, Samādhi and Pañña. These are respectively, the Pali terms for Virtue, Meditation and Wisdom, which constitute the basic structure of the Buddhist path. Let Ajahn Brahm s words guide, inspire and touch your heart. Delight in developing kindness, peace and wisdom and live a happy and fulfilling life. FOR FREE DISTRIBUTION ONLY
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