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Abhayagiri Kathina 2019 - Nov. 3rd, 10:30am

People are welcome to join us for our annual Kathina celebration this year. The Kathina ceremony is very ancient, having been established by the Lord Buddha and observed in Theravada Buddhist countries to the present day. The hallmark of this ceremony is an unsolicited offering of cloth with which the Sangha will sew and dye a finished robe before the next dawn. That finished robe is then bestowed upon a senior monk chosen by the Sangha to be a worthy recipient. The following letter from our board president Paul Catasus summarizes happenings at Abhayagiri and highlights the spirit of generosity which is emblematic of the Kathina. Dear Supporters of Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, The past year has been an extraordinary one for our community...
Posted September 10, 2019

Interview with Ajahn Pasanno in Tricycle Magazine

Tricycle Buddhist Review published an interview with Luang Por Pasanno about the significance of the royal title given to Luang Por Sumedho, Luang Por Pasanno, Ajahn Amaro and Ajahn Jayasaro. The interview also includes reflections on the Thai Forest Tradition. Interview with Luang Por Pasanno in Tricycle
Posted September 14, 2019

Ajahn Jayanto & Ajahn Anando to Offer Dhamma Reflections on Oct. 5th & Oct. 6th

Ajahn Jayanto and Ajahn Anando, the co-abbots of Temple Forest Monastery in New Hamsphire will be visiting Abhayagiri from Oct. 3rd through Oct. 7th. During that time, Ajahn Jayanto and Ajahn Anando have agreed to offer the Dhamma reflections for Saturday night on Oct. 5th and for the Lunar Observance on the evening of Sun., Oct. 6th, respectively. For more information about Ajahn Jayanto and Ajahn Anando, please see Temple Forest Monastery’s Community Page.
Posted September 16, 2019

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Body and Mind Interaction
Ajahn Sucitto
September 20, 2019

We have all the different sense organs: the eye, the ear, the nose, the tongue, body, and mind. If you review those, you’ll see that there’s a particular logic in that sequence. The phenomena that arise in the eye are distant. There’s space. They’re out there. You can see things that don’t see you. You’re removed from them. The eye is very good for the hunter because it’s good at sharply defining objects in the distance. It doesn’t give you any sense of what’s happening here. It tells you what’s happening there. The eye has no feeling...

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Investigating Doubt
Ajahn Kaccāna
September 20, 2019

Ajahn Kaccana shares his thoughts on an upcoming trip to Amaravati Monastery in the UK.
This Reflection was offered on May 26, 2019 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

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