Meditation and Sutta Online Retreat – Stillness in Turbulent Times with Ajahn Brahm and Ajahn Brahmali
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A very well sought after international event to practice what we learned in the Buddha Dhamma under the two great monastic teachers Ajahn Brahm and Ajahn Brahmali.
They will be teaching us how to meditate and understand the suttas in the comfort(basic) of our home. Many retreatants often asked how can they practice at home. This event will provide some insights on how we can do it.
- Ajahn BrahmAbbot of Bodhinyana Monastery, in Serpentine, Western Australia
Phra Visuddhisamvarathera AM, known as Ajahn Brahmavaṃso, or simply Ajahn Brahm (born Peter Betts on 7 August 1951), is a British-Australian Theravada Buddhist monk.
Currently Ajahn Brahm is the Abbot of Bodhinyana Monastery, in Serpentine, Western Australia, Spiritual Adviser to the Buddhist Society of Victoria, Spiritual Adviser to the Buddhist Society of South Australia, Spiritual Patron of the Buddhist Fellowship in Singapore, Patron of the Brahm Centre in Singapore, Spiritual Adviser to the Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project in the UK, and the Spiritual Director of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia (BSWA). He returned to the office on 22 April 2018 after briefly resigning in March, following a contentious vote by members of the BSWA during their annual general meeting.
- Ajahn Brahmali
Born in Norway in 1964, Ajahn Brahmali, first became interested in Buddhism in his early 20s. After completing his Masters in Engineering and Finance, he renounced and ordained as a bhikkhu with Ajahn Brahm as his preceptor in 1996. He also teaches the monastic rules (the Vinaya), the Suttas, gives Pali classes and is involved in Sutta translations working closely with Bhikkhu Bodhi.
He is one of the foremost authorities on the Sutta and travels widely conducting Retreats and Sutta Workshops in HK, Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia amongst others. Living a very simple life in the tradition of the Forest monks, his teachings based on the early Buddhist Suttas are very inspiring as he shares from his own practice and in-depth study of the Teachings as taught by the Buddha and brings the Buddha to life as a Teacher we can all relate to and follow by his examples.