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  • REQUEST FOR MEMBERS TO UPDATE THEIR CONTACT DETAILS

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 24/08/2016

    Kindly update your contact details including your email and residential addresses together with the phone numbers.The Enlightened Times Winter edition is out now and we would like to post it to those members who would like a hard copy.  Please email your current contact details to Lucky at asec@bswa.org. Your kind cooperation is much appreciated.

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  • Taking the 5 Precepts online

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 24/08/2016

    Please use this link: http://community.dhammaloka.org.au/content.php/41-Taking-the-Five-Precepts After taking the precepts, please notify Lucky, our Membership Secretary at asec@bswa.org

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  • What should I do now?

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 22/08/2016

    What should I do now? A wise person once said that the only important question is: What should I do now? It is a simplification, but a useful one. With our actions, we make our karma, we make ourselves, we create and destroy things in the world. Whether we find ourselves in a fraught situation or just mulling over our next move, how do we decide what to do now? It will not surprise you that I frame my own response in terms of the Buddha’s four truths and the Eight-fold path, but I recently came across another useful formulation. In Krista Tippett’s book, Becoming Wise,[…]

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  • FRIDAY NIGHT SPEAKER 26 AUGUST - ROBERT GORDON

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 19/08/2016

    WORKSHOP TOPIC – DHAMMA IN A DISRUPTIVE AGE BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND AND WITH A SPECIAL INTRODUCTION FROM THE PRESIDENT! Robert Gordon is the founder and director of programs at Board Accord. He currently consults to a diverse portfolio of boards, coaches many senior corporate executives and presents to corporates, educational institutions and conferences. Robert has studied both Eastern and Western approaches to the development of human potential. He has forty years of experience in the theory and practice of meditation and spent several years in residential training and practice in India, Thailand, USA, UK and Australia. He has taught[…]

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  • Choosing vs clinging

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 17/08/2016

    Choosing vs clinging The Buddha’s four truths, simply stated, are: dukkha, the origin of dukkha (clinging), the cessation of dukkha, and the path toward the cessation of dukkha (the eight-fold path). These are principles that we can organize our thinking and actions around. If we really come to understand dukkha in our experience, if we stop wishing that things would be different and nicer and accept conditions as they are, the rest of the path can flow quite freely. Accepting the truth of dukkha can unblock our view and energy. When developing this skill, one tricky question is: how can we tell the difference between[…]

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  • Booking website for Ajahn Brahm's November retreat

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 16/08/2016

    We apologise, but our websites are still having issues. Please go directly to the booking site on 19 August if you are unable to access the Jhana Grove website.The booking site is: http://jhanagrove.akmin.com/

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  • Meditation to manage pain and illness starts Tuesday 16 Aug

    Welcome to the Buddhist Society of WA - Dhammaloka Centre 15/08/2016

    The first in our four-part series on using meditation to reduce pain and illness starts on Tuesday in Armadale at 7pm with Matt Gibson.Matt Gibson has a long lasting chronic illness that he has come to terms with and manages with meditation. Come hear his remarkable and inspiring story and meditate with the group too. He will explain meditation and give a guided meditation too. Tuesday 16th August 2016.7pm - but come early to make sure you will get in - doors are locked once we are full and we are not allowed to admit anyone else.Full details are here:[…]

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  • Letting go

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 12/08/2016

    Letting go The Buddha’s first truth is the truth of dukkha. After we acknowledge and know dukkha, what comes next? If we fully face and accept any form of pain or discomfort, one breath at a time, then it’s just what is and it moves along. If we add aversion, “I don’t want this! This has to stop!”, then the aversion is the main event. Aversion is a form of clinging, and it causes us to take hold of the suffering and keep it close. The work of the Buddha’s second truth is to recognize  clinging, as it happens in our consciousness, and to abandon[…]

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  • Compassion for our bodies

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 08/08/2016

    Compassion for our bodies Our bodies cannot be ignored; they are with us all the time, although we tend to take them for granted when they are not causing us trouble. Our physical and mental states can reinforce each other, for good or ill. This is a relationship we can reflect on. We are all subject to an endless variety of aches and pains: colds & congestion, fever, nausea, bone and muscle pain. Do we recognize these as opportunities, from which we can learn patience and compassion or new ways to deepen our awareness? Matthew Sanford became a paraplegic in a devastating car crash at age[…]

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  • Curso-Taller de Abhidhamma. Agosto a noviembre de 2016

    BUDDHISMO THERAVADA HISPANO 05/08/2016

    Curso-Taller de Abhidhamma. Agosto a noviembre de 2016 El Instituto de Estudios Buddhistas Hispano y el Instituto Mexicano de Psicoanálisis te invitan a participar en el curso-taller de Abhidhamma que comienza el viernes 5 de agosto 2016. Más información. leer más

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  • Santi Forest Monastery 03/08/2016

    Invitation to the first Bhikkhuni Ordination (Upasampada) at Santi Forest Monastery on Sunday, 4th September 2016 at 2:00 pm We are happy to announce the first Higher Ordination for Novice-Nuns (Samaneris) at Santi – fully supported by our Spiritual Director Ven. Ajahn Brahmavamso. Weather permitting, the ceremony will take place inside our Big Cave, alternatively at the main building (Vihara) in our upstairs shrine room. Dana will be offered at 11:00 am – All are welcome! Due to the Vassa period (Rains Retreat) the confirmation by the Bhikkhu Sangha of Bodhinyana Forest Monastery in Serpentine, near Perth, will take place[…]

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  • The ultimate dukkha?

    The Buddha's Advice to Laypeople 02/08/2016

    The ultimate dukkha? From the chapter “Knowing Not Knowing” in Don’t Take Your Life Personally by Ajahn Sumedho: We tend to want to believe an authority and people ask me ‘What do Buddhists believe happens to them when they die?’ …Well, I can give the various theories that Buddhists have — and I don’t deny them; I am not saying they’re wrong — but at this moment, at this time, they are theories, just speculation, ideas. ‘Death’ right now is an idea, isn’t it? It is a perception of the end when this body stops functioning, when it is no longer a conscious[…]

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  • Chine : les Monts Wudang, berceau du taoïsme

    Buddhachannel 27/07/2016

    Chine : les Monts Wudang, berceau du taoïsme Les monts Wudang, chaîne de montagnes d'une superficie approximative de 250 km2 située au sud de la ville-préfecture de Shiyan dans la province du Hubei, en Chine, sont renommés pour leurs nombreux monastères taoïstes. Embarquez pour un voyage inoubliable grâce à cet extrait de notre livre consacré aux plus beaux lieux sacrés. « La nature ne se presse pas ; pourtant, tout est accompli ». Ce célèbre proverbe taoïste dit bien la place centrale que le taoïsme, la seule grande religion originaire de Chine, confère à la nature. Elle est le principe directeur, le guide : observez-la ; soyez en[…]

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  • Bouddhistes laotiens et Alsaciens cohabitent depuis 25 ans

    Buddhachannel 27/07/2016

    Bouddhistes laotiens et Alsaciens cohabitent depuis 25 ans À Souffelweyersheim, bouddhistes laotiens et habitants cohabitent en harmonie depuis vingt-cinq ans. En 1991, cette communauté a installé son premier temple au cœur de ce village. Lieu de culte où vivent en permanence trois moines, c'est aussi un lieu de rencontres et d'activités autour des traditions laotiennes. Regards croisés entre ces deux cultures. On arrive par une petite route, juste à l'entrée de ce village au nord de Strasbourg. Après les jardins ouvriers, nichée entre un petit bois, des champs et un court d'eau, une Pagode. Le chemin qui longe le temple est fréquemment emprunté par les joggeurs et les[…]

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  • Un célèbre site du bouddhisme tibétain démoli

    Buddhachannel 27/07/2016

    Un célèbre site du bouddhisme tibétain démoli Les autorités chinoises ont entamé la démolition forcée d'habitations autour d'un des plus célèbres instituts d'études du bouddhisme tibétain. Fondé en 1980 dans une vallée inhabitée, l'institut est devenu un des plus fameux centres du bouddhisme tibétain dans le monde, attirant des milliers de jeune moines et nones qui vivent dans des petites maisons en bois tout autour de l'institut et dans les hauteurs avoisinantes. La démolition des logements destinés aux étudiants et apprentis moines et nonnes de l'institut de Larung Gar, dans la province du Sichuan, dans le sud-ouest de la Chine, a commencé la semaine dernière, a rapporté[…]

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  • Les centres bouddhistes du Périgord

    Buddhachannel 26/07/2016

    Les centres bouddhistes du Périgord Dans les années 1970, la vallée de la Vézère, dans le Périgord, est devenue un haut lieu du bouddhisme tibétain, avec la multiplication d'ermitages et de centres d'enseignement. Sous le soleil du Périgord noir, un vieux moine dort la bouche béante, un collier de perles pend entre ses doigts. Il se prélasse enroulé dans une toge bordeaux. Sa peau mate, ses yeux bridés et son visage forgé par le soleil inspirent un profond respect aux stagiaires assis à ses côtés. De l'autre côté de la cour, un maître de pierre observe cet authentique Tibétain. Au loin, des psalmodies et des[…]

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  • La pagode bouddhiste Van Hanh s'agrandit

    Buddhachannel 26/07/2016

    La pagode bouddhiste Van Hanh s'agrandit Inauguré en 2008, le temple bouddhiste vietnamien à Saint-Herblain s'étoffe d'une nouvelle aile à deux niveaux, destinée à accueillir une bibliothèque et l'hébergement des moines de passage. En 2004, les travaux du bâtiment actuel débutèrent sur une ancienne petite ferme ; il abrite un sanctuaire, un réfectoire, un autel et, dans un bâtiment secondaire, des pièces fonctionnelles et le hall de culte des défunts. Puis fut construit le pavillon de la cloche, fondue au Vietnam et qui pèse 500 kg ; le battant extérieur est sculpté dans un bois très dur. Tout récemment, c'est une maison traditionnelle vietnamienne tout en[…]

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  • Changing Ground

    Awakening Truth 08/07/2016

    Changing Ground By Amma Thanasanti   As meditation practitioners, we are encouraged to notice change, contemplate it regularly, and make friends with it. Certainly, when things that we don’t want change, we are happy. We feel gladness not having something irksome continue. We rejoice and we share in each other’s gladness. We experience loss when we are faced with letting go of what we love and cherish, hold dear to our hearts. As friends and community, we can support each other as we process grief and sadness and attend to the myriad of other feelings and logistical considerations that accompany loss and[…]

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  • Tiradhammo's Ramblings 15/06/2016

    June 2016Greetings from Dhammagiri Monastery, near Brisbane, Australia.I arrived here on May 31stafter spending a few days with John and Hanna in the Tweed Valley, northern NSW. A small but very interested group of people participated in a day workshop on May 28 and a slightly larger group attended the Monday evening meditation.View eastwards from Lammington National Park, Queensland.I had an exceptionally beneficial two and a half month stay at Wat Buddha Dhamma. As many people recognize, everyone's temperament is unique. And while it can be very useful when we are young to stretch ourselves beyond our personal boundaries, as we[…]

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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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  • 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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  • Growing up, Waking up, and Showing up*

    Awakening Truth 12/05/2016

    Growing up, Waking 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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  • APERTURA de GRUPOS de MEDITACION en ESPAÑA : Parque del Retiro MADRID

    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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  • 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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