An investigation of stress and suffering, and how we can befriend dukkha by seeing it as impermanent and impersonal.
Do politics have a place in Buddhism? Join us for an evening discussion with Bhante Suddhaso Did the Buddha speak about politics? If so, what did he say about the proper way to govern a country, and what advice did he offer for how we should relate to political issues, decisions, and controversies? On this occasion Bhante Suddhāso will speak about what can be found in the Suttas on this subject.Log-in on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pXxIKCCY7JU
What does gender have to do with Buddhist practice? Join us for an evening discussion with Ayya Soma. What does gender have to do with Buddhist practice? How can we relate to concepts of masculinity and femininity? Does gender affect our spiritual capacities? How should we relate to each other's genders? Why is there gender discrimination in Buddhism and what should we do about it? Come for an evening of discussion about these topics with Ayyā Somā.Log-in on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pQI7MQsXSrM
#StayHome and join us for meditation and Dharma discussion online. Called "the method of no method," "directly seeing reality," "samādhi with no object," and many other names, Silent Illumination is a subtle and profound meditation method for simultaneously developing samatha and vipassanā. On this occasion Bhante Suddhāso will explain what Silent Illumination is, its source in both Theravāda and Mahāyāna traditions, and how to practice it for the sake of full enlightenment.Tune in on YouTube here at 7.30pm EST: www.youtube.com/c/buddhistinsightsIf you're able to support the monastery, please visit http://www.buddhistinsights.com/donate
#StayHome and join us for meditation and Dharma discussion online. Sometimes people leave scars in our heart that make us hurt and unhappy. Sometimes people are annoying and irritating. Sometimes we get angry at governments and society. Whilst its natural for us to experience these states, if we are not careful, strong emotions like anger, resentment and hatred can overwhelm us, destroying our peace and happiness. Join Bhante Akāliko for a discussion on how to heal your hate and fill your heart with positivity.Tune in on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/lBFUDtnFp5wIf you're able to support the monastery, please visit http://www.buddhistinsights.com/donate