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Meal Time Has Changed to 10:45am

Please note that due to the change from Daylight Savings Time to Standard Time on November 3rd, the Abhayagiri mealtime is now 10:45 am.
Posted November 8, 2019

Ajahn Vīradhammo to Share Reflections this Saturday (Pūjā) and Sunday (Kaṭhina)

We are pleased to announce that Ajahn Vīradhammo, the abbot of Tisarana Monastery in Canada, has kindly offered to share Dhamma reflections this Saturday, November 2nd, 2019, during our regular Saturday evening pūjā starting at 7pm. You can listen to his reflection here: In addition, on Sunday, November 3rd, 2019, both Ajahn Pasanno and Ajahn Vīradhammo will share Dhamma reflections at the Kaṭhina ceremony following the offering of the robe cloth. The Kaṭhina ceremony begins at 10:30am and we encourage everybody interested in attending to arrive early. We would like to reiterate that, even if a power outage is affecting the monastery, we will still proceed wit...
Posted October 30, 2019

Abhayagiri Kaṭhina Still Set For Sunday, November 3rd

Abhayagiri Monastery, along with many others in Northern California, has been affected by the recent power outages and potential threats of wildfire. Nonetheless, we are still scheduled to hold our Kaṭhina this coming Sunday, November 3rd, starting at 10:30am. Even if the monastery is affected by a power outage, we will still be able to proceed with the ceremony as planned. Only in the extreme cases of road closures or other unforeseen circumstances would the monastery consider cancelling the event. If such a situation arises, we will post an announcement on our website as soon as possible. If you are planning to attend the Kaṭhina, please consider carpooling t...
Posted October 28, 2019

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Latest Reflection

Hold on to Strategies
Ṭhānissaro Bhikkhu
November 15, 2019

As long as you’re on the path, you have to hold on to things. Hold on to your strategies. It’s simply a matter of replacing unskillful ones with more skillful ones and being very clear about what your choices are. When you think about yourself, learn to think about it as a process, something you do, something you make. It is a whole series of strategies. One of the reasons why the mind is so difficult to train is because we have so many different strategies, in other words, a lot of different selves. Many times it seems you train one and another one starts getting into the act. Thi...

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Challenging Our Comfort Zone
Ajahn Ñāniko
November 13, 2019

This reflection was offered on November 11, 2019 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

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