Ajahn Amaro was born in Tenterden, Kent and is Abbot of Amaravati Buddhist Monastery. With strong family connections in Kent, he has visited our group from time to time, for which we feel extremely grateful and privileged. To read more on the biography of Ajahn Amaro, Wikipedia.
Presented here are two recent video clips from YouTube, the first one gives the background of Ajahn Amaro, his upbringing in Kent, and his work at Amaravati. The second clip is a Dhamma Talk from a recent conference where he was an honoured guest.
'Kataññu-Katavedi' – the Embodiment of Gratitude, speaking at the celebrations of Anagarika Dharmapala.
Ajahn Amaro, the chosen subject "Inner Peace, Outer Peace", followed by question and answers, Tel-Aviv,
Two recent Dhamma Talks given at the start of the winter retreat, also one of the Sunday Talks and an interview to celebrate 30 years of the Amaravati Monastery.