Dhamma Talks

Dhamma Talks

  1. A Healthy Dose of Dhamma
  2. The Four Noble Truths
  3. The Noble Eightfold Path
  4. The Practice of Dana
  5. The Practice of Sila
  6. The Practice of Bhavana
  7. Right View
  8. What is Spiritual Happiness?
  9. The 5 Hindrances
  10. The Science of Happiness
  11. The Science of Mindfulness
  12. Transforming Relationships through Mindfulness
  13. Dealing with Unwholesome Thoughts
  14. Mindfulness for Emotional Wellbeing
  15. The Transformative Power of Mindfulness
  16. Mindfulness to Enlightenment
  17. Fundamentals of Meditation
  18. Anapanasati Sutta
  19. Mind Training The Tibetan Tradition
  20. Mangala Sutta
  21. 4 Nutriments of Life
  22. Living in the Present
  23. On Death and Dying
  24. Preparing for A Good Death
  25. End of Life Phenomena
  26. The Science on Past Life


  1. Dhamma, Saddha, Dana, Sila, Samadhi, Panna


  1. The Buddha
  2. The Dhamma
  3. Buddhist Beliefs and Practices
  4. Meditation Basics

What is the Dhamma?

What is Spiritual Happiness? Niramisa Sutta (SN 36.31)

Staying Positive during the Pandemic – A forum organised by Nalanda Buddhist Society. (November 2020)

Hosted and facilitated by Bro. Tan Siang Chye, the forum has 3 panelists. The first was Bro. Benny Liow, who referenced the suttas on how to stay positive. The second panelist was Sis. Paru, who shared her personal journey and experience in dealing with challenges. And the third panelist was Dr. Ong, who spoke on mental strength and resilience.

Managing Anxiety and Worry (December 2020)

This is a talk given to members of Nalanda Buddhist Society in December 2020, as a follow up to the forum on “Staying Positive during the Pandemic”.

Mental Health Impact of Covid-19 (April 2021)

Organised by the Theravada Buddhist Council of Malaysia (TBCM) in April 2021, this is a medical forum on the impact of Covid-19 pandemic on our mental and physical health, including information on vaccination. The panelists were Dato’ Dr. Gun Suk Chyn (a physician), Dr. Phang Cheng Kar (a psychiatrist) and Dr. Ong Tien Kwan (a general practitioner). The facilitator was Sis. Low Mi Yen (a psychologist).

Metta – How to Cultivate Friendliness and Kindness (November 2021)

This talk is one in a series of talks on Buddhist Psychology, organised by BGF (Buddhist Gem Fellowship), KLBMHA (Kuala Lumpur Buddhist Mental Health Association) and TBCM (Theravada Buddhist Council of Malaysia). Interested participants for this Buddhist Psychology theme were mainly from Malaysia but there were also participants from other countries, such as Indonesia, the Philippines, Singapore and others.

Dhamma Talk (Audio)

  1. Mind that Heals, Mind that Hurts

Guided Meditation on Metta

  1. Loving Kindness Meditation (Audio only)

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