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Ajahn Jumnien's Dharma Talks
Ajahn Jumnien
Ajahn Jumnien* is a Thai forest monk who was born in the southern part of Thailand on May 1, 1936. His earliest experience in meditation was at age five. He was also schooled at an early age in traditional healing and shamanistic practices. At age 20, he ordained as a monk, fulfilling his aspiration for lifelong practice in Buddhist meditation.
2008-03-25 Morning Teachings, Track 1 Of 2 64:27
Spirit Rock presents Ajahn Jumnien's Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition held at The Angela Center. Teachings are given in Thai with English translations by Amdee Vongthongsri and Christoph Koeck. Other public teachings from the retreat will be added. Please go to Dharma Seed's Retreat Talks page to find the talks. It is listed as: SR 2008-03-04 Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition.
Angela Center Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition
2008-03-25 Morning Teachings, Track 2 Of 2 42:49
Spirit Rock presents Ajahn Jumnien's Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition held at The Angela Center. Teachings are given in Thai with English translations by Amdee Vongthongsri and Christoph Koeck. Other public teachings from the retreat will be added. Please go to Dharma Seed's Retreat Talks page to find the talks. It is listed as: SR 2008-03-04 Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition.
Angela Center Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition
2008-03-24 Evening Teachings 63:37
Spirit Rock presents Ajahn Jumnien's Meditation Retreat held at The Angela Center. Teachings are given in Thai with English translations by Amdee Vongthongsri and Christoph Koeck. Other public teachings from the retreat will be added. Please go to Dharma Seed's Retreat Talks page to find the talks. It is listed as: SR 2008-03-04 Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition.
Angela Center Meditation Retreat in the Thai Forest Tradition
2005-06-09 Teachings For The Fire Worshipers 68:03
Recommend first listening to the talk, "The Middle Way - Keeping the Mind in the Middle". In "Teachings for the Fire Worshipers", Ajahn Jumnien displays a picture of a father, mother and child with a band of light surrounding them. Teaching given in Thai with English translation by Amdee Vongthongsri and Joseph Kappel.
Angela Center
2005-06-09 The Wholesome And The Unwholesome 1:16:51
Cravings; Wholesome and Unwholesome acts. Teaching given in Thai with English translation by Amdee Vongthongsri.
Angela Center
2005-06-08 Anger Reveals The Five Aggregates 47:34
The five aggregates together create a sense of self. To separate from this sense of identity, use Pure Awareness. Teaching given in Thai with English translation by Amdee Vongthongsri and Joseph Kappel.
Angela Center
2005-05-31 The Middle Way - Keeping The Mind In The Middle 1:44:07
The root cause of suffering. The Middle Way. Keeping the mind in the middle. Sati and Mahasati. In the talk, Ajahn Jumnien refers to medical illustrations of human anatomy. The teaching is given in Thai with translation in English by Phra Somchat, Amdee Vongthongsri and Ginger Vathanasombat.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2005-05-30 Buddha's Victory Over Mara 1:16:01
Four aspects of Dhamma. Path of practice discerned as The Eight Fold Path. The Buddha's victory over Mara. The teaching is given in Thai with English translation by Ajahn Passano.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center

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