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Chanting the Dhamma.
The practise of chanting in Buddhism serves three main purposes. Firstly, it is a way of honouring the Buddha. Secondly, chanting is a way of reminding oneself of the Buddha’s teachings. Thirdly, chanting is a way of affirming to oneself a committment to the percepts and principles of peacefulness when practised with wholehearted attention on the words and meaning of the chanting.
This chanting was recorded at Dhammasara Monastery by Ajahn Vayama, Venerable Sister Nirodha, Venerable Sister Seri and at Bodhinyana Monastery by Venerable Siripanyo. Translation from Pali by the Sangha of Bodhinyana Monastery. This Chanting CD is played every Friday night at Dhammaloka at 7pm before the guided mediation at 7:30pm.
This BSWA Chanting CD is also available for purchase from the BSWA library/ bookshop. Additionally this recording is available as a video with scrolling text to help those new to chanting. The video can be found [...]