Advanced notice of special programs during Rains at Armadale
We are excited to announce we have a new program for Armadale this year, we are running three sets of four week courses, and only having three teachers, so each 4 week course is taught by the one teacher ... and we have women teaching, including a nun, which provides a perfect balance with the wonderful monks who teach us usually.
Dhammaloka Podcasts Restored
Dhammaloka podcasts are operational once more, after a prolonged downtime.
The Art of Disappearing and Simply This Moment available in online shop
Vesak Day Message From Premier Colin Barnett
Thirty Years Of Great Service
30 YEARS OF SELFLESSNESS & KINDNESS BY AJAHN BRAHM
Problems with membership subscriptions resolved
Unfortunately, we have had some problems with our PayPal payment system during the transition to the new membership fees - these issues have now been resolved.
If you wish to become a member or renew your membership, please try again here: http://www.dhammaloka.org.au/memberships.html
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Rains Retreat Dates 2013
TONIGHT 26th anniversary of Armadale group with Ajahn Brahm plus extra monks Featured
The Armadale group has reached it's 26th anniversary - and we are having an EVENING OF GRATITUDE to celebrate. We have been blessed to have many wonderful monks from Bodhinyana monastery teach us over this time and tonight we are thanking them. Ajahn Brahm will be teaching and other monks are joining us. Please come and join us especially if you have attended the group at any time in the past as a teacher, co-ordinator or meditator.
News article: A taste of tradition for Ajahn Brahmali
By D.C. Ranatunga
Navam Poya falls tomorrow
It was a novel experience for the simple villagers in Gastenna, Wewatenna and Kantahela in and around Bandarawela town when they had the rare opportunity to offer alms to a group of Buddhist monks who were coming for ‘heel dana’ – morning alms. Not that they were not used to giving alms. The difference was that the monks were a mixed lot – local and foreign, the latter from different countries. Among them was Ajahn Brahmali – the senior pupil of Ajahn Brahmavamso who had just concluded a seven-day meditation retreat in Bandarawela organised by the Ajahn Brahm Society Sri Lanka.