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  • Friday Night Speaker

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 30/05/2016

    It will be Ajahn Brahm!

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  • Training in all directions

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 29/05/2016

    Training in all directions 1. I undertake the training rule to refrain from destroying living creatures. 2. I undertake the training rule to refrain from taking what is not given. 3. I undertake the training rule to refrain from sexual misconduct. 4. I undertake the training rule to refrain from false speech. 5. I undertake the training rule to refrain from intoxicants which lead to heedlessness. This is the simplest translation of the five precepts the Buddha taught as the most basic guidelines for human interaction. He presented them to people of all ages, stations, religions, and locations. The way these guidelines are phrased[…]

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  • Variations, Rewritings and Adaptations of the Jātaka Tales and Buddhism in India Today (Villetaneuse)

    Buddhachannel 27/05/2016

    Variations, Rewritings and Adaptations of the Jātaka Tales and Buddhism in India Today (Villetaneuse) L'étude des phénomènes migratoires passe aujourd'hui par l'examen des interrelations entre les hommes et les objets. Les objets déplacés sont ainsi identifiés et analysés. Ce colloque international se focalise sur la mobilité d'un objet textuel, les Jātakas. Les Jātakas, contes sur la naissance et les vies du Bouddha (humaines et animales) sont le genre essentiel de la littérature bouddhiste theravada et des récits qui assurent la médiation entre les enseignements et les principes de vie qui en découlent. Ces contes écrits en pâli du IVe siècle av. J.-C. au Ve siècle A.D. ont été repris et adaptés en un grand[…]

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  • Les Mureaux : un mandala géant sur la place de la mairie

    Buddhachannel 27/05/2016

    Les Mureaux : un mandala géant sur la place de la mairie Le temps d'une journée, la place de la mairie des Mureaux a pris des airs de ville indienne. A quelques jours du coup d'envoi de la Semaine européenne du développement durable, la mairie a invité les habitants à confectionner un mandala géant sur la place de la libération, qui fait face à l'hôtel de ville. Le temps d'une journée, la place de la mairie des Mureaux a pris des airs de ville indienne. A quelques jours du coup d'envoi de la Semaine européenne du développement durable, la mairie a invité les habitants à confectionner un mandala géant sur la place[…]

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  • Du 17 mai au 3 juin, découvrez l'exposition de photographies Wabi-Sabi et une collection de bonsaïs

    Buddhachannel 27/05/2016

    Du 17 mai au 3 juin, découvrez l'exposition de photographies Wabi-Sabi et une collection de bonsaïs A l'hôtel du département se tenait jeudi l'exposition « wabi-sabi ». Le photographe Pierre Combes présentait une série de photographies de jardins et de paysages japonais. Le bonsaï club de l'albigeois exposait une belle collection de bonsaïs. Le wabi-sabi désigne un concept esthétique ou une disposition spirituelle dérivé de principes bouddhistes zen, ainsi que du taoïsme. Le concept relie deux principes, le wabi ou solitude, simplicité, mélancolie, nature, dissymétrie ; le sari ou l'altération par le temps, la patine des objets... Bonsaï signifie « arbre dans un pot » en langue japonaise. Thierry Carcenac inaugurait l'exposition : « Nous souhaitons[…]

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  • BSWA Vesak 2016 Wrap Up

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 27/05/2016

    BSWA Vesak 2016 Wrap Up Dear Members,  An update on our latest Vesak Day. Last Sunday we had a successful Vesak day with many BSWA members, attendees and speeches at the morning ceremony by Federal MP Michael Keenan and State MP for Mirrabooka Janine Freeman. We counted seven City of Stirling Council Officers on site during the day to measure city by-law compliance, despite this not one parking infringement or other was issued. Well done to all those who attended and volunteers who helped on the day for this outcome. Part of the success with parking was Nollamara Primary School allowing us to use their car[…]

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  • samedi 11 juin 2016 - Conférence Méditation et Psychanalyse à Villeurbanne

    Buddhachannel 25/05/2016

    samedi 11 juin 2016 - Conférence Méditation et Psychanalyse à Villeurbanne Conférence Méditation et Psychanalyse samedi 11 juin 2016 à 14h30 Au Centre ZEN Gudo JI 156 ter cours Tolstoï à Villeurbanne Il y a 2500 ans le Bouddha énonce les 4 nobles vérités et offre une voie de dégagement de la souffrance. Sigmund Freud entend autrement cette souffrance et propose une thérapeutique par l'écoute. Nous voici au 21ème siècle et l'Homme toujours en souffrance se panse comme il peut… Méditation et Psychanalyse…. Vacuité et Réel…. Pouvons-nous nous autoriser ensemble aujourd'hui une rencontre des temps et des cultures entre Réel, Symbolique et Imaginaire ? La Psychanalyse a-t-elle quelque chose à dire[…]

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  • After taking refuge – what next?

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 24/05/2016

    After taking refuge – what next? At a practical level, when we take refuge, we are simply remembering what is important. We do our best to keep in mind that our words and actions matter, try to minimize harm and maximize kindness. Our efforts are rarely completely successful, but if we keep the intention alive, gradually it comes to feel more natural. A teacher I heard recently described this process as running our self through a filtering (or purification) process over and over again, becoming slightly more refined each time. Meditation or other mindfulness practices are a helpful support to our wholesome intentions. Often, we can’t tell if[…]

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  • La Divination Mo avec Lama Yogi Wangpo

    Buddhachannel 24/05/2016

    La Divination Mo avec Lama Yogi Wangpo Dans le bouddhisme tibétain, il y a différentes divinations. La divination Mo pourrait éliminer tous les obstacles du quotidien, et parfois même la souffrance issue de la dette karmique. Lama Yogi Wangpo revient pour nous sur cette divination.

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  • Vesak 2016/2559

    AppamādaNet 23/05/2016

    Vesak 2016/2559 «Nuestras mentes son moldeadas por lo que admiramos. No podemos evitarlo, comenzamos a pensar como nuestros héroes, sea éste un héroe de fútbol, una estrella de la canción o un activista humanitario. El correcto refugio budista está simplemente constituido por objetos cada vez más elevados para nuestra capacidad de admiración. A medida que crece, nuestra admiración por objetos menores disminuirá con facilidad; esta es la evolución natural y orgánica de la conciencia, una elevación sin esfuerzo.» –Domo Geshe Rinpoche

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  • The Three Refuges: Sangha

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 19/05/2016

    The Three Refuges: Sangha Lastly, we come to the third refuge or jewel, the Sangha. Sangha is a word with various meanings in different settings. The sense in which I’m using it here incorporates anyone who is sincerely attempting to walk the path laid out by the Buddha, whether ordained or lay, accomplished or brand new to the path; in other words, anyone who has taken refuge in the Buddha and his Dhamma. From a published talk by Ajahn Sumedho: […putting (all) these conditions into the perspective of Dhamma transcends the personal quality. That is why we take refuge in the Buddha, Dhamma and[…]

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  • BSWA WEST AUSTRALIAN NEWSPAPER ARTICLE

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 18/05/2016

    Dear Valued Member of the Society, This is to let you know that on a day between Thursday to Saturday The West Australian Newspaper is running an article and photo of the Buddhist Society. The article is focussed on our recent disputes with the Council over parking around our temple and their rejection of our application for Vesak Day celebrations in the park and their attempt to discourage us from holding events at Dhammaloka. You can be rest assured that Vesak day is still occurring this Sunday and we have Michael Keenan our Federal Member of Parliament giving us a[…]

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  • Enlightened Times out for Vesak Day!!

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 15/05/2016

    The new edition of the Enlightened Times will be emailed to paid-up members this week. If your membership has lapsed, now is the time to renew it! A limited number of printed copies will be available in the library for recently paid-up members or those who have not previously provided their email address. Left-over printed copies will be available to non-members for a gold coin donation in mid-June.

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  • The Three Refuges: Dhamma (2)

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 14/05/2016

    The Three Refuges: Dhamma (2) The word Dhamma carries several meanings: the way things are, the laws of nature, the Buddha’s teachings, and sometimes more generally “phenomena”.  The Buddha’s teachings are called Dhamma because they explain and describe the nature of things, the way things are, the way they operate. In the traditional Pali chant there are five adjectives that describe the Dhamma.  Sandiṭṭhiko (directly visible) we discussed in the previous post. The next one is akāliko – unaffected by time, or timeless. The Dhamma is so fundamental that it applies in all situations and at all times. It is akin to the laws of kamma (karma), which are in[…]

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  • Retiro de Meditación Vipassana del 24 al 30 de Agosto, con Ajahn Abhinando y J. Lamarlère, en Aldeaduero

    Asociación Española de Meditación Vipassana 13/05/2016

    En : ” Aldeaduero” ,  Parque de los Arribes del  Duero ,  SALAMANCA.   Para más información :  www.aldeaduero.es     Días : del  Miércoles  24  (17 h)  al   Martes  30  de  Agosto  (después de comer).  El Retiro es intensivo y en silencio. Coordinan :  Ajahn  Abhinando, nacido en Alemania, fué ordenado en 1.994 por Ajahn Sumedho de la Forest Sangha Tradition de Ajahn Chah. Tras más de 20 años de vida monástica, reside en  Aruna  Ratanagiri  (Reino Unido), donde dirige retiros así como en España, Italia, Suiza,…  Aj. Abhinando habla muy bien el Castellano  y  Jérôme  Lamarlère, psicoterapeuta, en 1.982 se inicia a[…]

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  • Waking Up, Growing Up, and Showing Up*

    Awakening Truth 12/05/2016

    Waking Up, Growing Up, and Showing Up* A Desire to Wake Up I remember vividly my feelings when I first came in contact with Buddhist teachings. I was 17 years old, in a lecture hall at University of California at Santa Cruz. What I heard was so clear and made so much sense, I thought if I practiced diligently, and could awaken sufficiently, then I wouldn’t suffer any more. I was on fire with the possibility of giving my life to awakening. During that class and in the ensuing decades listening to talks about meditation practice and it’s goal – enlightenment, I heard of meditation masters who[…]

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  • The Three Refuges: Dhamma

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 09/05/2016

    The Three Refuges: Dhamma From a published talk by Ajahn Sumedho, “Taking Refuge”: …When you see the experiences you have from the position of refuge in Buddha, however, then every experience, everything that happens to you, is enlightening you; everything is Dhamma. Seeing the Dhamma, you take refuge in Dhamma, in truth, in the way things are. Even if it is painful or humiliating, good or bad, right or wrong, you see it as it is; you see it in terms of Dhamma. So then experiences are no longer something to resent or be frightened of, because you recognize that life is like that:[…]

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  • APERTURA de GRUPOS de MEDITACION en ESPAÑA : SANTIAGO de COMPOSTELA

    Asociación Española de Meditación Vipassana 07/05/2016

    Estamos  abriendo  Grupos de  Meditación  Vipassana  en  España ,  para  facilitar  la  práctica  regular  de  la  Meditación  y  el  compartir  nuestras  vivencias  con   otros  meditadores.  Además de  MADRID ,  estamos en  A  CORUÑA , OURENSE , SANTIAGO de COMPOSTELA  y  SEVILLA     Mas  información

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  • Retiro de Meditación Vipassana del 27 al 29 de Mayo, en Palma de Mallorca, con J. Lamarlère

    Asociación Española de Meditación Vipassana 01/05/2016

    En : ” Son  Bono ” ,   Palma  de  Mallorca.                                                                       Días :  del  Viernes  27  (17h30)  al  Domingo  29  de  Mayo  (después de comer).  El Retiro es intensivo y en silencio, los principiantes son bienvenidos. Coordina :  Jérôme  Lamarlère  Psicoterapeuta , en 1.982 viaja a Thailandia donde se inicia a la meditación con Ajahn Buddhadasa, en Suan Mokkh. A lo largo de varios viajes, reside más de 4 años en[…]

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  • Come and celebrate Vesak with us at Santi – on Saturday, 21st May 2016

    Santi Forest Monastery 22/04/2016

    09:00 – 09:30 am – Arrival 09:30 – 10:00 am – Taking of Refuge and 5 or 8 precepts 10:00 – 10:15 am – Circumambulation of Stupa and Bodhi Tree 10:30 – 12:00 am – Rice Pindapada, Anumodana, followed by                                sharing of merits and Dana 1:30 pm – Walk/Drive to Big Cave 2:00 pm – Dhamma reflection, auspicious chanting, sitting meditation              including Guided Loving-Kindness meditation Afternoon tea available from 4 pm onwards. Sunday, 22nd May Everybody is welcome to join[…]

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  • When We Live in No Man’s Land

    Awakening Truth 21/04/2016

    When We Live in No Man’s Land     By Amma Thanasanti Bhikkhuni   I live in no man’s land, right next to a piece of road that is unincorporated by the county. Sandwiched between the cities of Colorado Springs and Manitou Springs, it seems to belong to no one. In England I was part of a large community of monastics in a well-established tradition with excellent support. I left all this behind when I returned to the US seven years ago. Now I live in a hermitage, with one other bhikkhuni but without a community of other Buddhist monastics nearby, and in a place where wearing[…]

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  • Ajahn Brahm comes to England!

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 13/04/2016

    25th October - 02nd November 2016 Anukampa Bhikkuni Project is organising a programme of talks and day retreats with Ajahn Brahm. This is a rare and precious opportunity to deepen our understanding and practice of Dhamma, with a wise, witty and inspiring teacher. Ajahn Brahm agreed to teach in support of Anukampa's aim: to establish a nun's monastery in England. Please visit anukampaproject.org/retreats/ for more information.

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  • Love and belonging By Ayya Dhammadhira

    Awakening Truth 12/04/2016

    Love and belonging By Ayya Dhammadhira By Ayya Dhammadhira Love and belonging are essential to the well-being of all humans as well as to other species. When I feel love and belonging, I am joyful, content and satisfied. I also feel purposeful and willing to contribute. This is because love and belonging is not a one way street. I have come to the realization that the thing that matters most to me in this life is to love and be loved. While at first this may sound simplistic or even narcissistic, it is really quite profound and all-encompassing. As two sides of a whole, giving and[…]

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 6

    Dhammanet 04/04/2016

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  • Retiro de Meditación Vipassana del 13 al 16 de Mayo de 2.016 (S. Isidro), con J. Lamarlère

    Asociación Española de Meditación Vipassana 01/04/2016

    En : ” Casa  de  Espiritualidad  Sta.  Maria  (Javieranas) ” ,  Galapagar ,   MADRID.                                                                     Días :  del  Viernes  13  (17h30)  al  Lunes  16  de  Mayo  (después de comer).  El Retiro es intensivo y en silencio, los principiantes son bienvenidos. Coordina :  Jérôme  Lamarlère  Psicoterapeuta , en 1.982 viaja a Thailandia donde se inicia a la meditación con Ajahn Buddhadasa, en Suan Mokkh. A lo largo de varios viajes, reside más[…]

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