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  • February-March 2016: Retreat Program

    Buddhachannel 05/02/2016

    Confidence in Relationships - Meditation Weekend 19 - 21 February 2016 With: Shastri Simon La Haye, Ute Reinhart-La Haye A weekend with mindfulness meditation instruction, talks and exercises. Taught in French, translation upon demand. The Voice - Inner Resonance 22 - 26 February 2016 With: Frank Kane Taught by Frank Kane, this exploratory singing workshop will allow us to release untapped vocal resources and deepen the connection to our voices, to each other, and to ourselves. NonViolent Communication and Meditation Retreat 24 - 27 February 2016 With: Alexis Proniewski Learn and practice the basics of Nonviolent Communication with the support[…]

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  • Amazon propose la location de moines bouddhistes

    Buddhachannel 05/02/2016

    Amazon Japan permet aux internautes de louer un moine bouddhiste pour divers rites religieux, par exemple pour les enterrements. Plusieurs temples bouddhistes au Japon offrent actuellement le "service de livraison de moines", ce qui les aide notemment à financer leurs activités sur fond de déclin général de la religion dans le pays. Cependant, Amazon Japan est allé plus loin pour mettre en place un service permettant de louer les services d'un moine bouddhiste là-bas, baptisé Obo-san bin, rapporte le site Mashable. La formule classique, qui comprend le déplacement du moine, les frais et un don à un temple coûte 35.000[…]

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  • L'amitié, ressort de la sagesse

    Buddhachannel 05/02/2016

    Christophe André, Alexandre Jollien et Matthieu Ricard viennent de publier un livre dont "l'amitié est à la source". Ses trois auteurs ont passé 15 jours dans une maison de Dordogne "à vivre ce livre plus qu'à l'avoir écrit", explique Matthieu Ricard. Un ouvrage à trois voix consacré à la sagesse, qui est le fruit de leur conversations. Matthieu Ricard est moine bouddhiste, Christophe André est psychiatre et Alexandre Jollien philosophe et chrétien. Trois sages ? Pas un ne se positionne comme tel, au contraire : le titre précise bien qu'ils sont en quête... mais chercher la sagesse n'est-ce pas déjà[…]

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  • BSWA Hon. Secretary Drew Bellamy Public Talk

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 04/02/2016

    Drew has been invited to give a public talk at the Perth Theosophical Society,Tuesday 16 FEB 7.30pm at 21 Glendowner Street, Highgate.  Members and friends of the BSWA are welcome to attend. The subject is ‘ THE BUSINESS OF BRINGING BUDDHISM TO THE WEST’. Feel free to register your interest with Admin@bswa.org so seating can be catered for.

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  • Février 2016 - Journal des sanghas

    Buddhachannel 04/02/2016

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  • You only lose what you cling to - Gautama Buddha

    Buddhachannel 04/02/2016

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  • Satipaṭṭhāna and Samādhi, by Ajahn Brahmali

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 04/02/2016

    One of the most common unquestioned assumptions among Buddhist meditators is that satipaṭṭhāna is synonymous with vipassanā. This assumption, it seems, often is a result of reading the Satipaṭṭhāna Suttas in isolation without carefully considering the context in which satipaṭṭhāna is used throughout the suttas. (1) When the broader view of the entire Sutta Piṭaka is taken into account, it becomes clear that such an assumption is, at best, only partially correct. In this short study I will investigate the various contexts in which satipaṭṭhāna appears and in particular consider its relationship with samādhi.Continue reading: http://cms.bodhinyana.org.au/

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  • Contemplating mindfully

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 03/02/2016

    The Satipaṭṭhāna Sutta (MN10) describes how to develop mindfulness. There are a lot of separate instructions within the sutta; different objects of meditation are offered sequentially. In between each separate instruction is a “refrain” that is repeated; whatever object of meditation we’ve chosen, this refrain is the same. The refrain, as translated below by Analāyo Bhikkhu, must have been important or it wouldn’t have been repeated again and again. In this way, in regard to the body [feeling, mind, phenomena] he abides contemplating the body internally, or he abides contemplating the body externally, or he abides contemplating the body both internally and externally. He abides[…]

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  • Bhikkhuni Ordination Photo Gallery

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 31/01/2016

    http://cms.dhammasara.org.au/2016/02/01/bhikkhuni-ordination-gallery/

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  • Friday Night Speaker

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 31/01/2016

    Ajahn Brahm is back!

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  • More on mindfulness

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 29/01/2016

    Because the Pali word sati cannot be translated directly into English, and yet is an essential part of the Buddha’s instructions presented in the 8-fold path, we have to try to tease out a useful and helpful understanding of the word. From The Buddhist Path to Awakening by Rupert M. L. Gethin: “To sum up, it seems to me that there are basically four elements to the notion of sati in the literature: (i) sati remembers or does not lose what is before the mind; (ii) sati is, as it were, a natural ‘presence of mind’; it stands near and hence serves and guards the[…]

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  • Chinese New Year at Dhammaloka

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 29/01/2016

    This year's Chinese New Year will be celebrated on Friday 12th Feb 2016 at 9pm (soon after the Friday Night Dhamma Talk). The highlight of the evening will be the Lion Dance and Martial Arts Display. ALL ARE WELCOME.Your kind offer of finger foods to share is much appreciated. Thank you

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 4

    Dhammanet 28/01/2016

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 3

    Dhammanet 27/01/2016

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 7

    Dhammanet 26/01/2016

    Listen:  2016_01_Aj_Brhamali_PaticcaSamuppada_pt7.mp3Description: Final part of a short series on paṭiccasamuppāda by Aj. Brahmali. Given at a weekend retreat in Sydney, January 2016.

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 6

    Dhammanet 26/01/2016

    Listen:  2016_01_Aj_Brhamali_PaticcaSamuppada_pt6.mp3Description: Part 6 of a short series on paṭiccasamuppāda by Aj. Brahmali. Given at a weekend retreat in Sydney, January 2016.

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  • Paṭiccasamuppāda - Dependent Origination - Ajahn Brahmali - Part 5

    Dhammanet 25/01/2016

    Listen:  2016_01_Aj_Brhamali_PaticcaSamuppada_pt5.mp3Description: Part 5 of a short series on paṭiccasamuppāda by Aj. Brahmali. Given at a weekend retreat in Sydney, January 2016.

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  • Right mindfulness

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 24/01/2016

    Each of the factors of the Buddha’s 8-fold path is preceded by the word “right”; right view, right intention, right speech, etc. The English word could be misleading; we might think that right only means not-wrong, but there is more to it. In each case, the word right implies that the actions, words and thoughts involved lead one towards the realization of freedom, in the direction of the end of suffering. So, for example, a swindler might be mindful in choosing targets, but this cannot be right mindfulness. Mindfulness is right insofar as it leads toward realizing the cessation of suffering. How does[…]

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  • Mindfulness

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 19/01/2016

    As we continue our exploration of the Buddha’s 8-fold path, we come next to Right Mindfulness. Right Mindfulness, Right Concentration and Right Effort are necessarily considered together, because in practice they can’t be entirely separated from each other. In truth, it is almost impossible to describe mindfulness. It’s a word that in English has come to mean (almost) all things to all people. At the most basic level, mindfulness (sati) is remembering the present. At a more useful level, sati-sampajañña means remembering the present with clear comprehension, that is, with a historical and contextual understanding of what is present. In practice,[…]

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  • Right Effort

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 14/01/2016

    Classically speaking, right effort (sammā vāyāma) is defined as the four right strivings. The words of the Buddha, from the Pali canon: Bhikkhus, there are these four right strivings. What four?  Here, a bhikkhu generates desire for the non-arising of unarisen bad unwholesome states; he makes an effort, arouses energy, applies his mind, and strives. He generates desire for the abandoning of arisen bad unwholesome states; he makes an effort, arouses energy, applies his mind, and strives. He generates desire for the arising of unarisen wholesome states; he makes an effort,  arouses energy, applies his mind, and strives.  He generates[…]

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  • New Year Wishes

    Santi Forest Monastery 10/12/2015

    From all of us here at Santi Forest Monastery – A heartfelt thanks for your ongoing support , care and services that are so deeply appreciated. We wish you all the very best for a happy and safe New Year – good health and much joy – especially on your spiritual path. With blessings – Santi Sangha and Lay Community        

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  • Kathina Robe Offering Ceremony 2015

    Santi Forest Monastery 02/12/2015

    This year’s Kathina celebration together with the consecration of the beautiful marble Kwan Yin statue (donated by a Vietnamese supporter) were an outstanding success. The Santi nuns’ community was joined by Bhikkhunis from Perth and New Zealand as well as Vietnamese Bhikkhunis and Bhikkhus from Sydney, and it was a wonderful sight to behold. The love, care and generosity you showed to us are indeed rare in our times.  As in the past years, Mr Gia Hieu and Mrs Tam Ngan took the lead in organizing this large event (over 500 people) in a tireless and self-sacrificing manner. The nuns’[…]

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  • Tiradhammo's Ramblings 27/11/2015

    End of the Monsoon - Domestication and Homelessness, Spiritual SecurityThe main monsoon rains ended quite abruptly in mid-September, with a flourish but without too much drama. As I mentioned in the last blog, the journey across the rocky plateau when it is wet is not so easy, so early morning showers are not welcome. However, they do occur, and the morning of our last big rain was especially challenging. I heard the rain begin at about 2:30 am as I was meditating.. Accepting that the path would be wet, I thought, 'No problem as long as there is no lightning[…]

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  • Thanksgiving Blessings: A Temporary Vihara in Santa Rosa

    Awakening Truth 25/11/2015

    I left Colorado mid October. Plan was that Ayya Dhammadhira and I would travel together for a week then I would start a meandering trip on the West Coast that included visiting Mom, and many teaching engagements in Oregon and northern and southern California. The last stop and a deeply cherished one was the Kathina ceremony at the Karuna Buddhist Vihara that Ayya Santussika leads. Ayya Dhammadhira and I were going to meet up there and travel home together the next day. Kathina did happen and with 7 Bhikkhunis present was a very inspiring event. But plans don’t always work[…]

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  • Tiradhammo's Ramblings 18/10/2015

    Heat, Following the Path, Perceptions and ViewsI am now at Poo Jom Gom, staying in the Nibbana Cave where I resided earlier this year, and already half of my 'Rainy Season Retreat' has concluded. We are currently nine monastics in residence – six monks, one novice and two anagarikas – from seven different countries. The Mekong River at high water. The foreground is Thailand the background Laos.My last few days in Canada were quite eventful, though all proceeded smoothly due to the efforts and support of many people. Ajahn Tawatchai and the monks and supporters of BBM Thai temple in[…]

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