The Noble Eightfold Path was the Buddha’s first and last teaching, the framework for everything else that he taught. This day-long course—through readings, talks, discussion, and meditation— focused on the useful things that can be learned by asking some very basic questions about this teaching: How is the path noble? Why is it called a path? What are its eight factors, and in what way are they “right”? How are they interconnected, and how do they aid in abandoning the causes of suffering?
Thanissaro Bhikkhu, also known as Than Geoff (born 1949), is an American Theravada Buddhist monk of the Dhammayut Order, of the Thai forest kammatthana tradition. He is currentliy the abbot of Metta Forest Monastery in San Diego County. Thanissaro Bhikkhu is also a translator of Pali Canon and other modern Buddhist works, and is the author of many Dhamma books and articles.
|Eightfold Path Study|
|The Noble Eightfold Path - Part 1||Ajaan Thanissaro||2016.09.24||1:29:39||1:29:39
|The Noble Eightfold Path - Part 2||Ajaan Thanissaro||2016.09.24||1:25:28||1:25:28
|The Noble Eightfold Path - Part 3||Ajaan Thanissaro||2016.09.24||1:25:38||1:25:38