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  • Goodwill to All (Sentient Beings)

    Buddha Space 19/12/2014

    “In gladness and in safety, may all beings be at ease!Whatever beings there may be, whether they are weak or strong,The great or the mighty, medium, short or small,The seen and the unseen, those living near and far away,Those born and to be born; may all beings be at ease!”(Buddha, Karaniya-Metta Sutta, Sutta Nipata 1:8, Pali canon) In many countries this time of year is when we usually remember the ideal of “goodwill to all men.” In these more ‘enlightened’ modern times, the use of the word “men” is often considered redundant, better replaced with “people,” “everyone,” or simply omitted altogether.[…]

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  • Telephone and internet are back!

    Santi Forest Monastery 07/12/2014

    Dear Friends, Due to a lightning strike, Santi Forest Monastery has had no telephone or internet for nearly 2 weeks! But we are back online now. Thank you for your patience. With metta, Samaneri Vimala

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  • Buddha on the Benefits of Goodwill

    Buddha Space 06/12/2014

    Monks, for one whose awareness-release through goodwill is cultivated, developed, pursued, handed the reins and taken as a basis, given a grounding, steadied, consolidated, and well-undertaken, eleven benefits can be expected. Which eleven?One sleeps easily, wakes easily, dreams no evil dreams. One is dear to human beings, dear to non-human beings. The devas protect one. Neither fire, poison, nor weapons can touch one. One's mind gains concentration quickly. One's complexion is bright. One dies unconfused and — if penetrating no higher — is headed for the Brahma worlds.These are the eleven benefits that can be expected for one whose awareness-release[…]

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  • Transgood

    Sujato’s Blog 05/12/2014

    Transgood My favorite bit of the Abhidhamma is the first paragraph: Phenomena that are skilful, phenomena that are unskilfull, phenomena that are undesignated.. Actually, this seemingly innocuous phrase emerged from the debates in ancient India about the nature of the Dhamma: can we describe everything as dyads—as pairs of opposites or complements—or do we need to acknowledge a “third”. The Theravadins opted to include the “third”, here said to be things that are “undesignated”, that is, not describable as either good or bad. This is good. Dyads get all rigid and crusty. They become dogmas; literally black and white. So here,[…]

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  • Buddha on Self-View

    Buddha Space 28/11/2014

    "Blessed One, how does self-view come about?""There is the case, monk, where an uninstructed, run-of-the-mill person — who has no regard for noble ones, is not well-versed or disciplined in their Dharma; who has no regard for men of integrity, is not well-versed or disciplined in their Dharma — assumes form to be the self, or the self as possessing form, or form as in the self, or the self as in form."He assumes feeling to be the self, or the self as possessing feeling, or feeling as in the self, or the self as in feeling. He assumes perception[…]

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  • Buddha on How All Appears Void

    Buddha Space 26/11/2014

    Material form is a lump of foam, Feeling is a water bubble,Perception is just a mirage;Volitions are like a plantain’s trunk,Consciousness, a magic trick – So says the Kinsman of the Sun.  However one may ponder itOr carefully inquire,All appears both void and vacantWhen it’s seen in truth. (Buddha, extracted from the Phena Sutta, Samyutta Nikaya 22:95, Pali Canon. Notes: The above verses are a reflection on the five aggregates, a central teaching of Buddhism; ‘Kinsman of the Sun’ is another name for Buddha)

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  • Cómo practicar mettā

    AppamādaNet 24/11/2014

    Cómo practicar mettā Por Bhante Nārada Thera – A continuación, unas pocas indicaciones útiles para la práctica de la meditación de amor bondadoso (mettā). Mettā debe practicarse primero hacia uno mismo. Para ello, una persona debe cargar su mente y cuerpo con pensamientos positivos de paz y felicidad. Debe pensar cómo podría ser feliz, estar en paz, libre de sufrimiento, preocupación e ira. Siempre inclinada a aprender, hace su máximo esfuerzo para no dar lugar a que surja la ira. A través del amor bondadoso corta todas las vibraciones hostiles y los pensamientos negativos. Devuelve bien por mal, amor por odio. Se vuelve[…]

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  • Anagarika Precept Ceremony at Santi

    Santi Forest Monastery 17/11/2014

    Anagarika Precept Ceremony at Santi The Community of Santi Forest Monastery is delighted to welcome Anagarika Thilina. Her Anagarika Precept Ceremony took place on Saturday 15th November amongst many other visiting senior Sangha members. We are also expecting three more Theravadin nuns to join us shortly. (We are growing …. !!!!!) We have had a wonderful stay at Santi Forest monastery. There has been a wonderful exchange of traditions and experience. It is so wonderful to find people who wish to live in simplicity and kindness and whom are prepared to share their home with lay friends and monastics alike. Chi Kwan Sunim is an[…]

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  • Buddha, Self & No-Self

    Buddha Space 16/11/2014

    “Suffering exists, but no sufferer can be found.Actions exist, but no doer of actions is there.Nirvana exists, but no one who enters it.The Path exists, but no traveler can be seen.”(Visuddimagga, 513)The Buddha taught that there is no permanent individual self (anatta), and that if we fully realize this for ourselves we will be enlightened just like him. The important word here is ‘realize,’ for if we merely hold the view of not-self, we will not actually be enlightened, but rather clinging to a concept. The concept, or view (ditthi) of not-self is, from the Buddhist perspective, an improvement on[…]

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  • Kathina 2014 photos

    Santi Forest Monastery 13/11/2014

    Kathina 2014 photos The Santi Nun’s community (ever so growing …!) likes to share the happy memories of a very beautiful robe-offering ceremony after completing the Vassa in Santi Forest Monastery. Once again thank you for your outstanding support during Vassa and also at “Kathina” here. Kathina 2014 – Click here for more photos

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  • Matters of the mind - Finding the calm in the storm (A talk by Ajahn Brahm)

    Dhammanet 05/11/2014

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  • La importancia de la compasión en la espiritualidad

    AppamādaNet 03/11/2014

    La importancia de la compasión en la espiritualidad Fundación Bodhiyāna – La importancia de la compasión en la espiritualidad, conferencia a cargo del Ven. Bhikṣu Zhihan, 5 de noviembre, 18:30 hs., Escuela de Estudios Orientales, Universidad del Salvador, Rodríguez Peña 670, CABA. Más info Mantra por la paz mundial – 15 de noviembre, 14:20 hs., Paseo La Plaza, Sala Pablo Picasso, Av. Corrientes 1660, CABA. Entrada gratuita con colaboración voluntaria. +info Teoría y práctica de la meditación budista – 17 de noviembre, 19:00 hs., Fundación Vocación Humana, Aráoz 1942, CABA. Actividad libre y gratuita. +info Más info: Fundación Bodhiyāna, E-mail: Tel. 2064-4377.

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  • Australian police on domestic violence

    Sujato’s Blog 02/11/2014

    Australian police on domestic violence In the Guardian this morning, there is an important message from Australia’s police chiefs on domestic violence. It is encouraging to see attention drawn to this actual issue, where people every day are hurt and traumatized, instead of the bogeymen of terrorism or asylum seekers. It could be a lot better: none of the police chiefs are women. But still, good on them for having a say. Those who have read my blog since the days of the bhikkhuni ordination may remember that I drew the connection between women’s ordination and domestic violence. The logic is simple: when religious leaders[…]

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  • Video de la conferencia "La Filosofía Buddhista y los Retos Actuales"


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  • Meditación para la vida diaria


    Meditación  para la vida diaria Buddhismo Theravada Hispano se complace en anunciar "Meditación para la Vida Diaria" - Práctica semanal en Madrid y Online. Más información nuevo sitio web global de buddhismo: Portal Buddhista.       leer más

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  • Conferencia en Madrid del Ven. U Nandisena


    Conferencia en Madrid del Ven. U Nandisena Buddhismo Theravada Hispano se complace en anunciar la próxima conferencia del Ven. U Nandisena en Madrid "La Filosofía Buddhista y su Aportación ante los Retos Actuales de la Sociedad Occidental", el miércoles 29 de octubre, 2014, a las 18:30 hora de España. Esta conferencia también será impartida en vivo en la plataforma Fuze del IEBH (reunión 25979926 - Más información en la página del AHB.  leer más

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  • On the radiant mind

    Sujato’s Blog 28/10/2014

    On the radiant mind The following is a comment I wrote some time ago in the discussion thread on this article. I’ve extracted it and reposted here, with a couple of minor changes. To understand the famous passage on the “radiant mind” we will have to go into some details and background, so hold on. Here’s the Pali: 51. ‘‘Pabhassaramidaṃ , bhikkhave, cittaṃ. Tañca kho āgantukehi upakkilesehi upakkiliṭṭhaṃ. Taṃ assutavā puthujjano yathābhūtaṃ nappajānāti. Tasmā ‘assutavato puthujjanassa cittabhāvanā natthī’ti vadāmī’’ti. Paṭhamaṃ. 52. ‘‘Pabhassaramidaṃ , bhikkhave, cittaṃ. Tañca kho āgantukehi upakkilesehi vippamuttaṃ. Taṃ sutavā ariyasāvako yathābhūtaṃ pajānāti. Tasmā ‘sutavato ariyasāvakassa cittabhāvanā atthī’ti vadāmī’’ti. Dutiyaṃ. The sutta[…]

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  • Faith-based engagement with climate deal for 2015 and beyond

    Sujato’s Blog 27/10/2014

    Faith-based engagement with climate deal for 2015 and beyond Here is a report from an interfaith perspective from the Bonn Climate Change Conference. By Nigel Crawhall, Interfaith Liaison Committee Bonn, 22 October 2014 Faith-based organisations and networks have been steadily increasing their engagement in climate advocacy work. As the UNFCCC Parties negotiate the 2015 agreement, Christian, Islamic, Jewish, Buddhist, Baha’I and other faith movements are careful watching the process. An interfaith caucus process has been steadily emerging since COP14, with some groupings such as the World Council of Churches having been involved since before the original treaty was even drafted. As each element of the climate crisis strikes, it[…]

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  • The world’s first vegetarian city

    Sujato’s Blog 27/10/2014

    The world’s first vegetarian city

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  • Kathina

    Santi Forest Monastery 24/10/2014

    This Sunday the 26th of October is Santi’s Kathina Ceremony. Everyone is welcome! Schedule for Kathina 9.00–9.30 Arrivals 9.40–10.40 Orientation Didgeridoo + Welcome to Country 10.40 Lunch Preparations Alms Round 1.00 Katina Ceremony Talk by Nuns about meaning of Katina Blessing Chanting Kathina Offering Requisite Offering Thanks and Gratitude to Supporters 2:30 Tour Around Santi

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  • Bank Account error on Santi brochure

    Santi Forest Monastery 12/09/2014

    We recently discovered that there is a single digit missing in the Santi General Bank Account number on our new Santi brochures meaning the number is incorrect. We are pasting a corrected sticker over the old details. The correct bank details are also available on our donations page.

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  • Amor bondadoso para ti también

    AppamādaNet 12/09/2014

    Amor bondadoso para ti también Por Sharon Salzberg – «No confío en las personas que no se aman a sí mismas y todavía me dicen “te amo”. Hay un proverbio africano que dice: “Ten cuidado cuando una persona desnuda te ofrece una camisa.”» –Maya Angelou En la enseñanza budista clásica, la práctica del amor bondadoso comienza extendiendo amor y compasión hacia uno mismo. Con una idea de la espiritualidad como autonegación, autojuzgamiento o, incluso, automortificación, esto parece muy extraño. Sin duda, a mí me pareció extraño. Leer más

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  • Bhante Sujiva – Last Kuala Lumpur Dhamma talks

    Theravada Dhamma :: Blog 12/09/2014

    We just received the following email from Giancarlo: I’m glad to link for all of you two very interesting dhamma talks given by Bhante Sujiva in Kuala Lumpur during his last journey in Malaysia this August/September. Sunday 31th august 2014. Classical & functional vipassana Friday 5th september. Integrative vipassana   More dhamma talks of Bhante […]

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  • Video de presentación del Diplomado en Buddhismo (DEB)


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  • Loving Kindness

    Dhammanet 05/08/2014

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