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2018 Monastic Thanksgiving Retreat Registration

Led by the Abhayagiri Community November 17-25, 2018 at Mount Madonna Center in Watsonville, CA (near Santa Cruz) Abhayagiri Monastery in Redwood Valley, California and the Sanghapala Foundation invite you to join Ajahn Sudanto, Ajahn Karunadhammo, Ajahn Nyaniko, Debbie Stamp and others from the Abhayagiri Community for a 9-day retreat over the Thanksgiving holiday. We will create a monastery environment during our time together, and we offer you this opportunity to explore the Dhamma in a setting that differs somewhat from a typical meditation retreat. We will all live the monastery life, following the Eight Precepts, taking only what is offered, and attempting to reflect on our every activity as part of our practice. This will include ...
Posted July 9, 2018

Cloister Area Inauguration a Big Success

This past weekend we celebrated the completion of our cloister area buildings and grounds. Dhamma talks were given by Luang Por Liem, Luang Por Viradhammo, Luang Por Jundee, Rev. Heng Sure, Ajahn Jayasaro, Ajahn Sona, and Ajahn Kongrit. As well as Luang Por Liem, Ajahn Sucitto, and Ajahn Achalo before and after the ev...
Posted July 8, 2018

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Latest Reflection

Questions of Becoming 2
Thanissaro Bhikkhu
July 20, 2018

Processes of becoming can operate simultaneously on many levels, both short-term and long. The fact of your being a human being in this human world is a becoming that resulted from a desire that appeared in the mind as you were leaving your last lifetime. Within this larger becoming there are many shorter-term becomings that coalesce around particular desires related to possibilities in the physical world. There are also many more fleeting becomings that are purely mental, as when you conceive a desire to think and take on the role of the thinker thinking the thought, or of an actor in the wor...

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We are Relatives in Old Age, Sickness and Death
Ajahn Liem
July 18, 2018

Luang Por Liem discusses how we can face suffering and use the Dhamma to cure the mind. He explains that we are all relatives in old age, sickness and death and in the change between likes and dislikes. He encourages us to develop mindfulness and wisdom to see these processes, not react to negativity, and to purify the mind.

This talk was offered on June 24, 2018 at Wat Buddhanusorn in Fremont, California.

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