at the monastery, the Buddha rested quietly in the hall, under
a tree or in his room, waiting for the monks to return from
their alms round. When all the monks and nuns had assembled
in the hall he gave a Dharma talk or just encouraged them
to practice the Dharma. Some monks also asked him for personal
instructions for their Dharma practice. The Buddha then considered
their natures and gave to each of them the individual advice
that suited them best.