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A Glimpse of the Pacific Hermitage

Recently, The Columbian published an article, with photos, about the Pacific Hermitage and its involvement with the local community. The monks of White Salmon
Posted May 16, 2019

Most Recent Talks Available on Abhayagiri You Tube Channel

The most recent Abhayagiri Dhamma talks are generally available on the Abhayagiri YouTube Channel. However, due to various reasons, including technical difficulties, there may be a significant delay before these talks are on the Abhayagiri website. If you wish to access them as soon as possible, please click on this link to the Abhayagiri YouTube Channel.
Posted May 16, 2019

Four Days at Dharma Realm Buddhist University

In April of 2019 two Abhayagiri monks accepted an invitation to spend some time at Dharma Realm Buddhist University (DRBU), which is located at the City of Ten Thousand Buddhas (CTTB). CTTB is a large Chinese Mahayana monastery and community in the nearby town of Ukiah. Abhayagiri and CTTB have maintained a connection since Abhayagiri’s beginning. The Venerable Master Hsuan Hua was the founder of both CTTB and DRBU. In 1995, shortly before his death, he offered about half of the land that eventually became Abhayagiri. This recent invitation to DRBU came about as the result of a series of discussions and inquiries between some of the Campus Life staff of DRBU and our community. DRBU’s mission involves not only educating their students i...
Posted May 16, 2019

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Latest Reflection

A Blessing in the Air
Ajahn Kevali
May 24, 2019

Chanting the Buddhist texts is not a technical or mental exercise or something that is practised merely as a tradition or cultural ritual. Rather it is devotion and recollection with mindfulness and awareness that we are developing. It offers a tangible sense of uplift for those who are chanting and also for those listening. I am sure many of us have had such an experience when we first heard these chants. Sometimes at Wat Nanachat here in the morning and evening meetings the Ajahn decides not to do the usual chanting with translations and the Sangha instead chants the parittas in Pali. A ve...

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Latest Talk

A Foundation for Well-Being
Ajahn Ñāniko
May 17, 2019

Ajahn Nyaniko discusses the historical background of observance night and the taking of precepts. He details the meaning of the eight precepts for both monastics and lay people.
This talk was offered on May 11, 2019 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

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