Event Series “So they said to the Buddha …” with Ajahn Sujato

“So they said to the Buddha …” with Ajahn Sujato

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Online via Zoom Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. The Buddha’s teachings come alive in conversation. His teachings were created in the moment, in his […]

Event Series “So they said to the Buddha …” with Ajahn Sujato

“So they said to the Buddha …” with Ajahn Sujato

Zoom

Online via Zoom Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. The Buddha’s teachings come alive in conversation. His teachings were created in the moment, in his […]

Buddhist Chaplaincy Speaker Series: Staff Wellbeing with David Morris

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Online via Zoom Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. In this talk David will discuss his two years working full time as a Staff […]

Early Buddhism: the Dharma of Pleasure with Bernat Font

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Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. The widespread idea that Buddhism is against pleasure is a misunderstanding. Even whether it is against desire is […]

Entering the World of the Pali Canon: A Sati Center Study-and-Practice Course

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Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. With Ying Chen, David Lorey, Diana Clark, Kim Allen Online via Zoom Sometimes in Dharma talks we hear […]

Entering the World of the Pali Canon: A Sati Center Study-and-Practice Course

Zoom

Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. With Ying Chen, David Lorey, Diana Clark, Kim Allen Online via Zoom Sometimes in Dharma talks we hear […]

Entering the World of the Pali Canon: A Sati Center Study-and-Practice Course

Zoom

Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. With Ying Chen, David Lorey, Diana Clark, Kim Allen Online via Zoom Sometimes in Dharma talks we hear […]

Mettā for Stability and Concentration (Samādhi) with Dawn Neal

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Online via Zoom Register Cost: Dāna Program This dana program is freely offered in the spirit of generosity. Any donation you can offer to the teacher and to the Sati Center to continue making these teachings available is greatly appreciated. Like mindfulness of breathing, mettā, loving-kindness practice, has been used as a basis for cultivating […]

Befriending Death, Embracing Life: A Meditation Retreat with David Chernikoff

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Online via Zoom It is said in the Mahaparinibbana Sutta: “Of all footprints, that of the elephant is supreme. Similarly, of all mindfulness meditations, that on death is supreme.” This 2-part retreat is an opportunity to take mindfulness of death into our hearts and to allow it to radically transform the way we live our […]

Befriending Death, Embracing Life: A Meditation Retreat with David Chernikoff

Zoom

Online via Zoom It is said in the Mahaparinibbana Sutta: “Of all footprints, that of the elephant is supreme. Similarly, of all mindfulness meditations, that on death is supreme.” This 2-part retreat is an opportunity to take mindfulness of death into our hearts and to allow it to radically transform the way we live our […]

Working with the Three Unwholesome Roots: A Practical Approach with Bhikkhunī Dhammadinnā

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Online via Zoom Registration Opens Soon During this session Bhikkhunī Dhammadinnā offers a practical approach to working with the three unwholesome roots (known as akusala-mūla in Pāli and akuśala-mūla in Sanskrit): namely, greed or lust, aversion or anger, and delusion. This approach is rooted in the early Buddhist teachings. Together, we will explore meditative and […]

To Be More Free, Reflect on Your Finitude (Maranasati) with Nikki Mirghafori

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We tend to feel happier and more free when we turn our minds towards gratitude, generosity, and goodwill, and away from entitlement, greed, and hatred. But how can we go about reorienting ourselves? Perhaps surprisingly, one classical Buddhist training to cultivate these beneficial qualities of mind is to reflect on our death. This is not […]

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