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Thanksgiving Monastic Retreat 2016 Audio Now Available

All 26 talks given by Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Karunadhammo, Ajahn Sudanto, and Debbie Stamp at the 2016 Thanksgiving Monastic Retreat in Santa Rosa, California from November 18 to November 27 are available for online browsing, on our talks page, can be downloaded as a 586 MB zip file, and requested as an MP3 CD.
Posted November 8, 2017

Sāmaṇera Ordinations of Anagārikas Gary and Ryan

On November 21st, all are welcome to attend the ceremony in which Anagārikas Gary and Ryan will ordain as Sāmaṇeras or novices. The ceremony will take place in the Reception Hall and will be livestreamed at:https://youtu.be/FjIcJNPvxtc The program will begin with evening puja at 7:00 PM. The ordination ceremony will likely start between 8:15–8:45 PM. Please see our calendar for additional details.
Posted November 6, 2017

Anagārika Ordination for Jordan

On November 14th, Long-term resident Jordan will take on the white robes of an anagārika. You are welcome to join for the beginning of his monastic training and hear Ajahn Pasanno’s advice for those embarking on the monastic path. Puja will begin as usual at 7:00 pm, followed by the ceremony around 8:00-8:30 pm.
Posted November 6, 2017

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Words of Wisdom 1
Monastic Sangha
November 17, 2017

“All that I have said up to now has merely been words. When people come to see me, I have to say something. But it is best not to speak about these matters too much. Better to begin practice without delay. I am like a good friend inviting you to go somewhere. Do not hesitate, just get going. You won’t regret it.” § One day a young woman was sitting in meditation with Ajaan Fuang and everything seemed to go well. Her mind was clear and relaxed, and she could contemplate the elements in her body as he told her, step by step, with no problem at all. But the next day, nothing w...

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Mindfulness of Feeling
Ajahn Pasanno
November 18, 2017

Ajahn Pasanno introduces and explains the second tetrad of the Anapanasati Sutta (MN 118).

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