Buddhist Chanting

Buddhist Chanting

Ajahn Anan Akiñcano

Set in traditional Pāli, the language of the Buddha, these morning and evening puja chants have been used for centuries to deepen faith, brighten the heart and prepare the mind for meditation. For more information, visit www.watmarpjan.org/en.

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This chant praises the qualities of the Buddha. Chanted in Pali 108 times by Venerable Ajahn Anan Akincano. This chant is a support for one's practice of Buddhanusati, the recollection of the Buddha. Ajahn Anan praises the recitation of this chant as part of one's practice in many of his Dhamma talks. Ajahn Anan suggests that we chant it every day, even many hundreds of times in a day, and throughout our daily activities as a way to support mindfulness and brighten the mind as foundations for peace, collectedness, and insight into the Dhamma. One can follow along on pages 202-3 of the Wat Marp Jan chanting book and see the translation in English as well: https://watmarpjan.org/en/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/Wat-Marp-Jan-English-Chanting-Book-2562-Edition.pdf

Previous episodes

  • 90 - ‘Itipi So’ 108x – Ajahn Anan 
    Tue, 08 Jun 2021 - 0h
  • 89 - Magha Puja Chanting (English) 
    Thu, 25 Feb 2021 - 0h
  • 88 - Asalha Puja Ceremony Chant 
    Sat, 04 Jul 2020 - 0h
  • 87 - Visakha Puja Chanting (English) 
    Mon, 04 May 2020 - 0h
  • 86 - Chant of the Ten Perfections 
    Tue, 16 Jun 2020 - 0h
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