Q: As Lay People How Do We Learn To Let Go?

(approx. 14 minutes) Keywords: Right emphasis, casual culture, clinging, consequences, confidence, true principles, faith in Dhamma, Mahamangala Sutta, 3-4-5 framing, 3 Refuges, Buddha, Dhamma Sangha, 3 marks of existence, impermanence, unsatisfactoriness, not-self, chaos, order, apparent self, rainbow, 4 divine abidings, conscious caring, compassion, empathy, equanimity, storehouse of wholesomeness, 4 Noble Truths, 5 Precepts, integrity, safety, foundation, lotus, 5 spiritual faculties, potentials, cultivation.

Q: What Helpful Daily Reflections And Practices Have You Learnt?

(approx. 12 minutes) Keywords: "What daily reflections/practices did you find helpful as a junior monk?" Devotional practices, early life conditioning, joy, faith and beliefs, enquiring, poetry, prose, commitment, Mahamangala Sutta, ‘rightly aligned’, deepening, traditions, source code, right view, true principles, mentally, emotionally, physically, responsibility, foundations, highest level, Four Noble Truths, insight, imperturbability, goal, self and not-self, atta, anatta, rainbow, multidimensional awareness, ocean, evolving, morning, reciting Pali, dedication of punnya, unapologetic, greed hatred and delusion, not reasonable.

Q: What Is sangha When We Are Alone?

(approx. 13 minutes) Keywords: Companions, community, conventional emotional needs, kalyanamitta, spiritual friends, mistranslations, Three Refuges, Buddha, Dhamma, Sangha, irreversible transformation, unshakeably established, arahant, ariya Sangha, symbolic sangha, foundations, The Discourse on the Greatest Blessings, Mahamangala Sutta, drug dealers, abattoir workers, internet, honouring, bowing, living in suitable places, accumulated punnya, building up a storehouse of wholesomeness, potential, rightly aligned, laws, gravity, loneliness, narrow doorway, contented aloneness.