Dharmabytes from free buddhist audio

Dharmabytes features bite-sized dharma, three times a week, from the Free Buddhist Audio archives. Themed in conjunction with our weekly full length talk podcast, these are inspiring short extracts from over 5,000 talks on Buddhism, meditation and mindfulness! Tune in, be inspired!


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Great Compassion Penetrates Into the Marrow of the Bones

"Great Compassion Penetrates into the Marrow of the Bones" - A stirring and penetrating talk by Dhammadinna around the image that a Bodhisattva's compassion runs as deep as their very bones. Nagarjuna, Milarepa and others add their voices as Dhammadinn...


 19 January 2011  57m

Out of Compassion for the World

In this talk, "Out of Compassion for the World", Parami explores the theme of the Buddha's compassionate action and how ultimately it came from beyond self, beyond other - it emerged from his realisation of 'Emptiness'.


 04 January 2011  47m

Loving What Is

In this talk "Loving What Is" Vajrapriya shares his own nitty gritty practice of dealing with hatred, clearing the way for a more mettaful response. "Metta is what arises when you realize that being human isn't easy." With an introduction by Jnanavaca.


 21 December 2010  55m

Demon of Choice

In this talk, "Demon of Choice" Aryadhara works with a team from the Young People's Group in Cambridge (England) to give a series of short talks under the theme "Taming the Demons of the Modern World" in celebrating Padmasambhava,


 11 December 2010  27m

What Do We Really Know About the Buddha?

In "What Do We Really Know About the Buddha?" Dhivan delivers a lovely talk with the odd surprise as he considers the relationship between what we think we may know about the Buddha, and what the historical evidence suggests.


 24 November 2010  27m

Exploring the Honeyball Sutta, An Alternative Nidana Chain

In this talk Subhuti gives a concise and inspiring account of the Honeyball Sutta. Starting with some background to his work in Hungary amongst the oppressed Gypsies there, he presents the Buddha's understanding on the basis for civil,


 11 November 2010  59m

How to Relate – by Jinananda

In this talk Jinananda gives us some practical tips on good communication and healthy relationships. He brings in the Buddha's words from the Sigalaka Sutta to illustrate some of the ways relationships were managed in the Buddha's time.


 06 November 2010  42m

Individualism – Hearing the Demon’s Comforting Whisper

In this talk Saddhanandi draws on over 25 years of experience living and practicing in spiritual communities as she explores the conditions that she trusts give rise to Wisdom Beings. - We live in a culture that encourages us to look out for the indiv...


 21 October 2010  39m

Ksanti (Patience) – by Satyaraja

In this talk 'Ksanti (Patience)', Satyaraja beautifully explores how friendship is probably the main way we exemplify the altruistic dimension of the spiritual life. Ksanti, often translated as Patience, is one of the Six Perfections practiced by the B...


 24 September 2010  1h1m

Encounters with Dhardo Rimpoche by Nagabodhi

Nagabodhi's account of his visits to see Dhardo Rimpoche, the great Tibetan teacher based in Kalimpong, is by turns moving, funny and revealing. The story of a remarkable man – someone who embodied the spirt of the Bodhisattva – who continues to inspir...


 13 September 2010  51m