Weekly meditation will be conducted via zoom every Tuesday from 7pm-8pm in English. Please take this opportunity to find your inner peace. Join Zoom Meetinghttps://us02web.zoom.us/j/83302320432?pwd=em5KZURja2NmaEZrUVV2RXZHRlRsdz09 Meeting ID: 833 0232 0432Passcode: 926062
In-Person Dhamma School has been converted to a Dhamma eSchool (e-Learning google classroom) and will be held based on the Scheduled Calendar. A weekly Sunday morning Buddha Vandana program will be hosted from 10 – 10:30 am by Saradha thero regardless of the calendar. All students are encouraged to participate on a weekly basis. Join […]
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have canceled all our group gatherings at the temple and as a result, we have decided to conduct our weekly Sunday Morning meditation program virtually through a zoom meeting. This is a great opportunity for the entire community to participate. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84787940723?pwd=OVpQSm01MXNNd1hoSVBlaG94SVNmUT09 Meeting ID: 847 […]
We are conducting a Dhamma Deshana & Discussion on every Friday in the wake of Covid-19. Please take this opportunity to learn about Dhamma including Valuable Sutras. Join Zoom Meeting https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85370440298?pwd=RkVmVEVYRlU2U2NiaUtxdFl2VnpvUT09 Meeting ID: 853 7044 0298 Passcode: 875766
කරණීය මෙත්ත සූත්රය
The Buddha taught that realization of the true nature of the body is essential for one’s spiritual development.
Sept 22, 2018 was a very special day to the Chicago Buddhist Vihara community. The newly acquired spacious temple opened its doors ceremoniously to the greater public on this day.
Mindfulness, focus, intention, being in the moment: these are current words that can be turned into real experience through practicing meditation.
This is peace, this is exquisite — the resolution of all fabrications; the relinquishment of all acquisitions; the ending of craving; dispassion; cessation; Unbinding
From a Western perspective, the Present Moment is probably the ultimate conundrum. What is the Present Moment? Where is it in our experience or awareness?We certainly seem to have a base-level familiarity with it, but Buddhism challenges
This is a fascinating question that reflects the irony of living beings. The Buddha gave an insightful answer explaining that conflicts arise through a causal process
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