Author: Canda

July 15, 2018 Canda

Tibetan Singing Bowl at one of Ajahn Brahmali’s talks, courtesy of pallotta_photograhy   In our latest newsletter here, we reflect on the elucidating journey into the suttas we have just travelled with Ajahn Brahmali in Derbyshire  and open bookings for Ajahn Brahm’s London and Oxford talks in December! We share many video and audio recordings as well…

July 15, 2018 Canda

  It has been a huge privilege to host Ajahn Brahmali in England and he left us all on a wholesome high! The remarkable tour was pretty packed yet Ajahn was on top form, delivering intellectually lucid, spiritually rousing teachings directly based on the suttas. He brought us nearer to the Buddha as our principle Teacher, by carefully…

May 2, 2018 Canda

We are thrilled to announce Ajahn Brahm’s next UK visit in our newsletter here, along with more on Anukampa’s activities and Ajahn Brahmali’s events this summer.   Registration for Ajahn Brahm’s first 8-day Residential Retreat in England is open for bookings right now, (and if he is as popular as Ajahn Brahmali it will likely…

January 21, 2018 Canda

An Informal Interview with Ajahn Brahm (speaking with Ven Canda), on 19th January, 2018       VC: What basis is there for legal objections to the validity of bhikkhuni ordination?   AB: Basically, there are no legal objections. Its only politics; people getting used to the idea of female monastics.   VC: Many people…

January 15, 2018 Canda

In this month’s newsletter, we send you the link to book your place for Ajahn Brahmali’s first UK retreat. Since we opened just a few hours ago, bookings have been coming in thick and fast at a rate higher than we could have anticipated! Also contained are the latest video’s from Ajahn Brahm’s October 2017…

December 5, 2017 Canda

In this newsletter you will find reflections and video’s from Ajahn Brahm’s 2017 tour, an exciting announcement about Ajahn Brahmali’s 2018 UK retreat, updates on Anukampa, Dhamma offerings by Ven Canda and words of advice for those wishing to ordain.    

November 30, 2017 Canda

Mindfulness reaches its full potential as a tool for awakening when practised in the context of the Noble Eightfold Path. This day retreat will explore how kindness, stillness and wisdom empower mindfulness, making it possible to realise how suffering arises and comes to cease. The day will include Dhamma reflections, guided meditations and opportunities for…