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  • Karaniya Metta Sutta

    Buddha Space 08/07/2014

    This is what should be doneBy one who is skilled in goodnessAnd who knows the path of peace:Let them be able and upright,Straightforward and gentle in speech,Humble and not conceited,Contented and easily satisfied,Unburdened with duties and frugal in their ways.Peaceful and calm, and wise and skillful,Not proud and demanding in nature.Let them not do the slightest thingThat the wise would later reprove,Wishing: In gladness and in safety,May all beings be at ease.Whatever living beings there may be,Whether they are weak or strong, omitting none,The great or the mighty, medium, short, or small,The seen and the unseen,Those living near and far[…]

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  • AABCAP Conference: Working Alongside Men with Mindfulness

    Sujato’s Blog 07/07/2014

    AABCAP Conference: Working Alongside Men with Mindfulness Dear Colleagues and Friends, Please join us for AABCAP’s 8th Annual Conference where you will meet with old friends and make new friends. This year our conference aims to explore men’s changing roles in society and how this effects both men and women. This year we have done something slightly different, we have brought together 13 speakers, all with a Buddhist background, over a 100 years experience of specialisation working with men, to explore the unique challenges that we all, men and women, face as men navigate modern day Australian life. When half the population suffers the other half also[…]

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  • Should the death penalty ever be used (if yes, in which cases) and why?

    Sujato’s Blog 06/07/2014

    Should the death penalty ever be used (if yes, in which cases) and why? There’s a really powerful comment on the use of the death penalty that’s just appeared on Quora. The comment is by Quora user Rick Bruno, who describes himself as “Retired cop, marathoner, husband/father/grandfather, wonderer”. Warning – Graphic Content Many years ago, when I was still early in my career as a police officer, I attended a training class that was taught by the FBI. The class was about forensics, and about what the state of the art was at that time. Everyone in the class was a police officer with evidence technician responsibilities. The instructor showed us slides of a[…]

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  • Friday Night Speakers during the Rains Retreat in Dhammaloka

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 03/07/2014

    Please download the file attached, Thank YOU and Good Luck!Our first 3 speakers are:July 11th Dennis Sheppard, Former President of BSWA July 18th Ven Amaranatho – a wandering monk, Theravada Tradition July 25th Venerable Robina Courtin, C/- Hayagriva Buddhist Centre, Kensington, Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition

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  • Rob Beschizza: Climate change is life and death

    Sujato’s Blog 01/07/2014

    Rob Beschizza: Climate change is life and death A home is seen protected from encroaching floodwaters by a levee near Yazoo City, Mississippi. Here’s a brilliant photo essay on climate change by Rob Beschizza of Boing Boing. Temperatures rise. Scientists warn and study. Conspiracy theorists cry foul. Politicians scoff and wheedle and suppress, while their bureaucrats calmly plan ahead. In the meantime, life and death go on—just not in quite the same way we’re used to.

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  • Vassa 2014

    Santi Forest Monastery 01/07/2014

    Vassa 2014 Santi Forest Monastery is preparing for Vassa, the annual Rains Retreat. During this period the community will mainly focus on meditation practice. The Vassa also known as Rains Retreat or Rainy Season is the traditional time when monastics are encouraged by the Buddhist rules of conduct to stay in one place and dedicate themselves to study and meditative contemplation.  During these three months the nuns at Santi will try to limit their external duties to a minimum. You may visit during the day and any meal offerings are greatly appreciated. We, the nuns and lay friends at Santi wish to[…]

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  • New Enlightened Times available for download

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 01/07/2014

    New Enlightened Times available for download We're pleased to announce the availability of the Autumn - Winter 2014 edition for download.Click on the link after the Read more...

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  • Dhammapada Reflections #2

    Buddha Space 30/06/2014

    Verses 3, 4 & 5"He abused me, struck me, Overpowered me, and robbed me." Those that harbor such thoughts Cannot still their hatred. "He abused me, struck me, Overpowered me, and robbed me." Those that do not harbor such thoughts Can still their hatred. Hatred is never appeased By hatred in this world. By non-hatred alone Is hatred appeased. This is an eternal law. Hatred is fuelled by negative thoughts. It is a fire that burns on negative sentiments such as feeling verbally or physically abused, or robbed. These thoughts proliferate if not checked, begetting more and more negativity that feeds[…]

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  • Rains Retreat Program Armadale Group 2014

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 29/06/2014

    We have an exciting program at the Armadale meditation group for Rains this year, following on the huge success of last year's program. We are again offering three sets of 4 consecutive evenings with the same teacher. And we have again got female teachers to give us some gender balance after 9 months with the monks! The program is as follows:Tuesday 15th July: Sol Hanna - former President of BSWA, now a teacher and a Dad.Tuesday 22nd July, 29th July, & 5th and 12th August 2014:First series of 4 consecutive weeks "Meditation for beginners: How to use meditation to reduce[…]

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  • Concienciación y poder de juicio

    AppamādaNet 27/06/2014

    Concienciación y poder de juicio Por Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu – A veces oímos que la «concienciación» (mindfulness) es definida como un estado no juzgador de la mente, pero no es así como el Buddha la entendía. A menudo comparaba la concienciación con un guardia en la manera en que nos ayuda a juzgar lo que se debe y lo que no se debe hacer… Leer más

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  • Gender Equality Petition

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 27/06/2014

    You may have heard of the recent banning of Ajahn Brahm's paper on gender equality at the recent United Nation Day of Vesak in Vietnam. The paper had been approved by the appointed committee, but was then banned about 36 hours before it was to be presented. The paper was on gender equality in Buddhism, which was directly related to the conference theme of the UN Development Goals.A petition has recently been started to complain to the organisers about this unreasonable case of censorship. To sign this petition please go to the following site:Avaaz.orgPlease pass this message or link on[…]

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  • Tuesday Morning (9:30am) Yoga has been Temporarily Cancelled

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 27/06/2014

    Click 'Read More...' for more information regarding Yoga for All Levels and AgesMonday:  6:00PM – 7:00PM Tuesday:  6:15PM – 7:15PM Wednesday:  6:00PM - 7:00PM Sunday: 4:00PM – 5:00PM All classes will be held in the Community Hall Loose, modest, comfortable clothing is recommended There will be some yoga mats provided or you may bring your own A donation of your choice would be greatly appreciated  For more information or if you wish to teach a class please email Val secretary@bswa.org

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  • Ajahn Brahm, gender equality, and the international Day of Vesak: a petition

    Sujato’s Blog 26/06/2014

    Ajahn Brahm, gender equality, and the international Day of Vesak: a petition A petition has been set up in response to the banning of Ajahn Brahm’s paper on gender equality at the International Day of Vesak in Hanoi. It’s important that we make our voices heard. Bhikkhu Bodhi has lent his support via Facebook: For Buddhism to flourish in the modern world Buddhists must recognize that in regard to their capacities to understand and practice the Dharma, and to contribute to the spread of Buddhism, there are no essential differences between the genders. All human beings, regardless of gender, have the potential to learn, practice, realize, and serve the Dharma. SIGN THE[…]

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  • Seekers

    Sujato’s Blog 26/06/2014

    Seekers When the young Siddhattha left home, he wandered south, leaving his ancestral home of Sakya, and eventually entering the kingdom of Magadha. Legend has it that great king, Bimbisara, saw him wandering, and, struck by his appearance, asked where he was from. When he learned that he was a son of the Sakyan clan, he gladly received him into his realm. Even Bimbisara’s son, Ajatasattu, though less honorable than his father, accepted the ancient duty of kings to provide protection and shelter for all those in his realm. Siddhattha was lucky that he didn’t come to Australia by boat. As[…]

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  • Buddha on Self & Not-Self

    Buddha Space 26/06/2014

    Then the wanderer Vacchagotta went to the Blessed One and, on arrival, exchanged courteous greetings with him. After an exchange of friendly greetings & courtesies, he sat to one side. As he was sitting there he asked the Blessed One: "Now then, Venerable Gotama, is there a self?" When this was said, the Blessed One was silent. "Then is there no self?" A second time, the Blessed One was silent. Then Vacchagotta the wanderer got up from his seat and left. Then, not long after Vacchagotta the wanderer had left, Venerable Ananda said to the Blessed One, "Why, Blessed One,[…]

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  • Little Stories of Buddha

    Dhammanet 22/06/2014

    Play List: FarShore2014Please Click "Playlist" tab above to show a complete list of videos in this category.

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  • Little Stories of Buddha

    Dhammanet 22/06/2014

    Little Stories of Buddha Listen:  2014_06_20_Bhante_Sujato_Farshore.mp3Description: Bhante Sujato's final talk before the rains retreat touching on various little stories from the life of Buddha.

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  • Buddha on Skillful Means

    Buddha Space 06/06/2014

    “O Shariputra! The real intention of all the buddhas in adapting their explanations to what is appropriate is difficult to understand. Why is this? It is because I have expounded the teachings with innumerable skillful means and various kinds of explanations and illustrations. Yet this Dharma is beyond reason and discernment. Only the buddhas can understand it. Why is this? It is because the blessed buddhas appear in this world for one great purpose alone. O Shariputra! Now I will explain why I said that the blessed buddhas appear in this world for only one great purpose. “The blessed buddhas appear[…]

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  • Seeing Dharma, Seeing Buddha

    Buddha Space 27/05/2014

    Now the Venerable Vakkali saw the Blessed One coming from a distance, and tried to get up from his sickbed. Then the Blessed One said to the Venerable Vakkali: "Enough, Vakkali, do not try to get up. There are these seats made ready. I will sit down there." And he sat down on a seat that was ready. Then he said:"Are you feeling better, Vakkali? Are you bearing up? Are your pains getting better and not worse? Are there signs that they are getting better and not worse?”“No, Blessed One, I do not feel better, I am not bearing up.[…]

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  • Vesak Celebration

    Santi Forest Monastery 21/05/2014

    Vesak Celebration Vesak Celebration Santi Forest Monastery would like to say “Sadhu” to all those you joined us in our celebration of the Birth, Enlightenment and Parinibbana of the Buddha – Vesak. Etta vata ca amhehi Sambhatam punya sampadam Whatever merits which we have thus acquired Sabbe Satta anumodantu sabba sampatti siddhiya May all beings partake of it. May it contribute greatly to their happiness.        

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  • ¡Feliz Vesak!

    AppamādaNet 14/05/2014

    ¡Feliz Vesak! «Cuando mi visión y conocimiento de las Cuatro Verdades Nobles fue lo suficientemente claro, supe que había realizado el Supremo Despertar.» –El Buddha Artículo de archivo: «Vesak: Un tiempo para la reflexión», por Phra Paisal Visalo.

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  • Vesak alrededor del mundo

    AppamādaNet 12/05/2014

    The Buddhist Channel – ¿Cómo se recibe el día Vesak en distintas partes de Asia? En esta víspera de Vesak, The Buddhist Channel destaca una selección de videos que muestran cómo los budistas de Indonesia, Corea, Malasia, Mongolia y Sri Lanka reciben este día triplemente auspicioso –del nacimiento, despertar y tránsito del Buddha. Leer más

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  • Things Fall Apart

    Dhammanet 10/05/2014

    Play List: FarShore2014Please Click "Playlist" tab above to show a complete list of videos in this category.

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  • Things Fall Apart

    Dhammanet 09/05/2014

    Things Fall Apart Listen:  2014_05_10_Bhante_Sujato_Farshore.mp3Description: 'Appamadena Sampadetha Vaya Dhamma Sankhara' A talk about Sankharas.

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  • Budistas y cristianos, promovamos juntos la fraternidad

    AppamādaNet 09/05/2014

    Budistas y cristianos, promovamos juntos la fraternidad News.va – El Cardenal Jean-Louis Tauran y el Padre Miguel Ángel Ayuso Guixot, MCCJ, respectivamente presidente y secretario del Pontificio Consejo para el Diálogo Interreligioso firman el mensaje que, con motivo de la festividad de Vesak, ese dicasterio dirige anualmente a los seguidores del Budismo… Nuestra felicitación se inspira este año en el mensaje del Papa Francisco para la Jornada Mundial de la Paz, de 2014, titulado «La Fraternidad, fundamento y camino a la Paz», en el que se señala que «la fraternidad es una dimensión esencial del hombre, que es un ser relacional. La viva conciencia de este carácter[…]

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