Ten Subjects of Discussion
Author: Venerable Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo
Translated by Hataitip Devakul
Copyright by Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo’s Teaching Media Fund
Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo clearly expounded on so many topics which will make us advance or deteriorate both in worldly matters and in Dhamma in his talk on Sunday March 18, 2018. It is the guideline for which his pupils can use to fulfill worldly duties and at the same time advance in Dhamma, with the aim of eradicating suffering. Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo’s Teaching Media Fund deem it fit to publish this talk for the benefit of fellow practitioners walking the path of wisdom.
Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo’s Teaching Media Fund
Asalha Bucha 2018
【About Venerable Luangpor Pramote Pamojjo】
Luangpor or Luang Por literally means “Revered Father” This is the title of respect that Thai people address an older monk.
Luang Por Pramote Pamojjo is a highly respected and appreciated Dhamma teacher. His teachings are especially appealing to modern urban people, helping them to become successful mindfulness and insight practitioners despite their busy lifestyles.
Although he offers a complete practice, emphasis is given to the development of strong mindfulness for effective Vipassana Practice. He teaches that Samatha (concentration meditation) and Vispassana (insight meditation) are interdependent and that both are necessary for Dhamma practice, provided there is an understanding of when and how to use them effectively.
He teaches the Dhamma to avid practitioners looking to truly understand the middle way and to progress in their practice. Bangkok residents set out on an hour and a half drive in the darkness of the early morning to arrive before sunrise and line up outside Luang Por’s center to get a good seat to listen to his teachings, express their concerns regarding their own practice and receive individual advice – a custom that has been coined “submitting their homework” for the headmaster to fine-tune or modify.
Luangpor’s style is easy, relaxed and intuitive. This allows him to guide the meditators in developing the skills they need to apply to his teaching and become self-sufficient Dhamma practitioners.
He has had many teachers in the Thai forest monk tradition, but regards Luangpu Dune as his primary teacher. Luangpu Dune was one of the first students of the legendary Ajahn Mun Bhūridatto.
Luangpor Pramote lives at Wat Suan Santidham where he guides his own monks, visiting monks and his large lay Sangha.