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March 21, 2017

Happy Sutta Retreat with Ajahn Brahmali

There are still a few places left on Ajahn Brahmali’s upcoming Happy Sutta retreat, taking place between 14th June – 23rd June in Schneverdingen, Germany.   The meditation and sutta-retreat is dedicated to the development of meditation and the study of aspects of the practice. Ajahn Brahmali will focus on the gradual training and therefore use the The Shorter Discourse on the Simile of the Elephant’s Footprint, Majjhima Nikāya 27 as the basis for the retreat. Other suttas will be used to clarify aspects of the teachings.   See here for more details.
January 31, 2017

New Talk: Letting Go Into What Life Asks

On 8 January, Ven. Canda was invited to talk about her spiritual journey at Jill Satterfield’s yoga teacher training course in San Francisco. Jill takes a deeply meditative, integrative approach to yoga, and this was evident in her student’s depth of interest in meditation and the topics discussed. These topics included reconciling science and religious dogmatism, finding ones path, and working with doubt. The talk, as well as a guided body sweep is available through our YouTube channel.

 

January 31, 2017

Shaving for the Bhikkhuni Sangha

Brave Vero has pledged to have her head shaved for her 29th birthday in April to raise funds for Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project. Her donation webpage is live if you would like to give and all funds raised go towards establishing a monastery for bhikkhunis (fully ordained nuns) in the UK.

 

December 27, 2016

Wishing you a happy and peaceful festive season!

You can click here to read our seventh newsletter, the last for 2016. It includes details about Ven. Canda’s stay at the Hamburg Buddhist Society and her plans for early next year.

 

December 9, 2016

New Buddhistdoor Global Article

A new article by Ven. Candā explaining how Anukampa is moving nearer to the aim of establishing a bhikkhuni monastery in the UK was published by Buddhistdoor Global today. Read the full article here: Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: Nuns’ Monastery Set to Become Reality.
 
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You can also read the article Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: The First Buddhist Nunnery in the UK published by Buddhistdoor Global in August 2016.

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