“… When we become aware of our body and mind and accept the truth of them, that they are impermanent, do not persist and are beyond control, then we will be liberated and abide in the greatest happiness.”Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo
Dhamma (Pali) or Dharma (Sanskrit) means the plain, undistorted truth that the Buddha taught.
Dhamma as taught by the Buddha is simple and easy to practice. It is about ourselves and how we can be free from personal suffering. As suffering beings we are deluded about the truths of our body and mind. However, if we practice the Dhamma, we turn our attention to our body and our mind and unveil their true characteristics. Our suffering lessens as we gradually come to understand the Dhamma more and more.
This website is a collection of Dhamma materials conveyed by the venerable Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo, a master teacher of mindfulness for the modern world and Vipassana meditation. We are very happy to share the gift of Dhamma with you all.
NEW Audio Files
The following new Dhamma talks of Luang Por Pramote are translated into English recently. To download the file, right click on the links below and select Save As.
What Arises also Falls focuses on the aspects of Dhamma necessary to achieve the first level of enlightenment — stream-entry
The Importance of Mindfulness – Luangpor Pramote emphasizes how mindfulness allows us to see the truths of impermanence, suffering and non-self of body and mind
A Special Kind of Concentration reminds us about the correct type of concentration, and many of the ways we can be mistaken.
A Pure and Beautiful Mind – Luangpor Pramote warns us about believing in things we don’t know to be true yet. Blind belief is dangerous. We have to put in the work and see for ourselves.
Nirvana and Samsara is from the Robe-donation ceremony, 27 October 2013. The talk is in memory of the Supreme Patriarch of Thailand who recently passed. It outlines the pain of those caught in the wheel of Samsara, and the state of those who have overcome this cycle of suffering.