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Ajahn Pasanno's Dharma Talks
Ajahn Pasanno
Ajahn Pasanno took ordination in Thailand in 1974 with Venerable Phra Khru Nanasirivatana as preceptor. During his first year as a monk he was taken by his teacher to meet Ajahn Chah, with whom he asked to be allowed to stay and train. One of the early residents of Wat Pah Nanachat, Ajahn Pasanno became its abbot in his ninth year. During his incumbency Wat Pah Nanachat developed considerably, both in physical size and in reputation. Ajahn Pasanno became a well-known and highly respected monk and Dhamma teacher in Thailand.
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2019-09-07 A Sangha Gathering 66:42
Arrow River Forest Hermitage
2019-09-07 A Sangha Gathering Q & A 41:00
Arrow River Forest Hermitage
2018-05-27 Recollections of Ajahn Chah - 100th Birthday Anniversary Celebration 4:20:56
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2016-07-02 The Anxiety of Impermanence and the Impermanence of Anxiety, part 1: Intro & meditation 28:32
Exploring impermanence and how it can be contemplated in a way that leads to the end of suffering rather than as a cause of anxiety. Part 1: Intro talk and opening meditation.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2016-07-02 The Anxiety of Impermanence and the Impermanence of Anxiety, part 2: walking meditation instructions 12:26
Walking meditation instructions.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2016-07-02 The Anxiety of Impermanence and the Impermanence of Anxiety, part 3: Q & A 1:12:50
Q & A
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2016-07-02 The Anxiety of Impermanence and the Impermanence of Anxiety, part 4: talk. 61:59
Exploring impermanence and how it can be contemplated in a way that leads to the end of suffering rather than as a cause of anxiety. Part 4: talk.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center
2014-10-04 End of Day-Long Retreat 24:49
Insight Santa Cruz
2014-10-04 Beginning of Day-Long Retreat 2:11:50
Insight Santa Cruz
2014-10-03 Generosity and Virtue 1:20:18
Insight Santa Cruz

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