16 Inspirational Ajahn Brahm Quotes On Meditation, Life, Health & Happiness

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Ajahn Brahn is a British-Australian Theravada Buddhist monk. He is also the spiritual director of Buddhist Society of Western-Australia, spiritual adviser to the Buddhist Society of Victoria, just to name a few.

Here are some of his life-changing quotes that will change how you see life, how you meditate, and what happiness means to you:

“If you want to have a good time, be good.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Real beauty does not lie in perfection, but in embracing and accepting imperfection.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Love is the ability to embrace the imperfections of another, of ourselves, and of life.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Whatever you value, whatever you think is really important, that is what will develop and grow.”- Ajahn Brahm

“What is more important, being right or living in harmony together?”- Ajahn Brahm

“What you see in others is what they will show you back.”- Ajahn Brahm

“It’s never his problem, her problem or my problem, it’s always our problem. We are in this together. That’s how you solve the problem.”- Ajahn Brahm

“If there is nothing you can do, then do nothing. If there is something you can do, then give it all you’ve got.”- Ajahn Brahm

“You can’t always cure, but you can always care.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Always put happiness and joy into whatever you are doing.”- Ajahn Brahm

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“Inspiration is a beautiful source of pure energy that uplifts your heart.”- Ajahn Brahm

A lot of the time you learn the most from osmosis, by just hanging around good people.”- Ajahn Brahm

“When you cultivate a beautiful mind throughout the day, you will have a beautiful mind in meditation.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Your real home is not the house you live in, but the stillness and peace in your heart.”- Ajahn Brahm

“It’s not important what you are meditating on, but how you are meditating.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Meditation is not about attaining more things, but about letting go of things and becoming more free.”- Ajahn Brahm

“Suffering is asking from the world what it can never give you.”- Ajahn Brahm

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