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Vinaya Classes Begin, Modified Schedule for Evening Puja Live Streams

During the 3-month vassa period (July, August, September), the monastic community of Abhayagiri will be studying the bhikkhus rules and protocols (Vinaya). There will be classes about twice per week. Because of these classes, we will not have evening puja on the following dates: July: 8, 10, 15, 16, 22, 24, 30, 31 August: 6, 9, 14, 16, 20, 24, 28, 30 September: 4, 8, 13, 14, 20, 23, 27, 29 These d…

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New Audio Book, Retreat Readings & Photo Gallery

Audio Available from Indian Pilgrimage Ajahn Sucitto and Nick Scott spent six months retracing the Buddha’s footsteps through India. Their two books chronicling the pilgrimage are already on the Abhayagiri website in various formats : Rude Awakenings - Part I - https://www.abhayagiri.org/books/460-rude-awakenings Great Patient One - Part II - https://www.abhayagiri.org/books/461-great-patient-one

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Conversation with Ajahn Jayasaro on June 13th

At 9am PDT (Pacific Time) on June 13, Ajahn Jayasaro will be doing a virtual question and answer session with the Buddhist Community at Stanford (BCAS). The general public is welcome to view this event. The schedule for the event is : 8:30 - 9:00 AM PDT Group meditation (without Ajahn Jayasaro) 9:00 - 10:00 AM Ajahn Jayasaro Q&A with the Buddhist Commmunity at Stanford For more information, please…

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Save the Dates for Annual Retreat

Mark Your Calendar - The Annual Retreat is Scheduled for Dec. 4 - Dec. 13 Abhayagiri’s annual monastic retreat is scheduled for Fri. Dec. 4 – Sun. Dec. 13, 2020 at the Jesuit Retreat Center in Applegate, CA. Registration for this retreat will likely open sometime during the summer, usually in July or August. Due to Covid-19, and the uncertainty about what restrictions, if any, will be in existence…

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Reflecting on Interdependence

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In recent years there’s been a modern Western interpretation of dependent co-arising that’s derived from an explanation of the interdependence in the world, with the people in it being interconnected in a vast web of cause-and-effect relationships and experience—“It’s all connected,” as people like to say. There’s a belief that there’s no type of action or activity in the world that doesn’t have some sort of effect on the whole of existence, all action and interaction. This isn’t a very accurate representation of what the Buddha’s teaching on dependent origination is all about. It’s actually p…

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The Internal Work

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Ajahn Ñāṇiko reflects on working with anger and aversion, exploring our mental states, and cultivating metta (loving-kindness). This reflection was offered June 28, 2020 at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery.

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