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ForestDhammaTalks hosts talks on Dhamma given by western Buddhist monks (bhikkhus) in the lineage of Lungphu Mun Bhuridatto (1870–1949) who, with Lungphu Sao Kantasilo, founded the Thai forest tradition. The talks have been made available for people intent on the serious practice of the Dhamma.

Most of the talks were given by Ajahn Martin Piyadhammo, a German bhikkhu ordained in 1995, and some were given by Ajahn Paññavaddho (1925–2004) who was one of the first western monks ordained in Thailand in the Thai Forest Tradition. Both stayed at Wat Pa Baan Taad for many years under the guidance of Luangta Mahā Bua (1913–2011) who was widely considered to be the successor of Lungphu Mun.

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30-10-09 If we just could understand the Truth of dukkha! ***
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mp3 Collections
Recommended talks (2015 to 2017) 11 talks - 383MB
Recommended talks (2007 to 2010) 22 talks - 627MB
Guided meditation & metta 11 talks - 221MB
Talks to newly ordained monks (2013) 10 talks - 304MB
Retreat in Loei (2009) 9 talks - 257MB
Talks of July 2019 8 talks - 120
Talks of June 2019 5 talks - 120
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Forest Leaves
Ajahn Martin's talks now in a book

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