Friday Night Speaker - 18th April
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You're Invited to
Kalyana Mitta birthday dinner on 10th May from 6:30pm
Tuesday Yoga is Changing Featured
Pam our wonderful Yoga Teacher on Tuesday night (6:15 - 7:15pm) will now be teaching a fusion of Tai Chi, Qi Gong, Yoga and Chinese Calligraphy - a flowing practise designed to increase circulation, heal the body and bring about harmony.
Look forward to seeing you all there
BHIKKUNI ORDINATION IN DHAMMASARA
ON SUNDAY 27TH APRIL 2014 AT 1.30 PM
ALL ARE WELCOME!
JG Retreat Booking Information
Ajahn Sujato’s Metta Weekend Retreat (23-25 May)
Online bookings open on Friday 11 April (6pm WA Local Time) to both members and non-members.
Ajahn Brahmali’s 9 day Sutta Retreat (6 -15 June)
The Authenticity of The Early Buddhist Texts
As previously noted, Bhikkhu Sujato and Bhikkhu Brahmali have published an eBook that they wish to make available for free download.
Audio problems at Dhamma Talks
Thank you to everyone for making us aware of the recent issues with the audio. We're looking into it, and hope to have it resolved in the next few weeks.
We appreciate your patience as our IT team works hard to fix this.
Yoga For All Levels and Ages Featured
Yoga classes held in the community hall
6pm Monday and Wednesday
6:15pm on Tuesday --------- Starting on the 22nd April 2014 we will have a 9:30am (Tuesday) class weekly
9:30am and 4pm on Thursday
4pm on Sunday
A Swift Pair of Messengers Audiobook available for download
Justin Merritt, Associate Professor of Music at St. Olaf College has generously recorded a complete audiobook for Swift Pair of Messengers, and wishes to share his work with the BSWA community.
"I absolutely love to listen to your MN classes as mp3s and your talks on Dhammanet. I think of you as one of my most precious teachers even though we live on opposites sides of the world. I also very much appreciate your books, but I don't think there's an audiobook version available. Audio versions are very convenient and useful for the blind. … Thanks for all your good work"