Title: Ajahn Brahm: “The Art of Disappearing Retreat” Day 3 Morning “A mindful Journey into the Lotus” 15.11.22
This teaching is part of a special 8-day online retreat called “The Art Of Disappearing”, given by Ajahn Brahm and Ven. Canda in support of Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project.
In this retreat the teachers will show us the way to reduce our expectations and follow the Buddha’s path of understanding and non-clinging. Gradually, as we turn away from the outside world, and turn our attention inwardly to our present moment experiences, our understanding grows, and we can learn to let go of our desire for control. We learn how it feels to experience the great freedom of disappearing. Embodying everything he teaches and with an extraordinary ability to inspire, Ajahn Brahm is the perfect person to guide us in the joyful art of disappearing!
Anukampa is a UK Charity and pioneering project that is raising funds to develop the first Theravada Bhikkhuni Monastery in the UK, where women can train towards full ordination. Donations of any amount are very gratefully received to help us achieve this noble aim, welcome you as guests and continue to spread the priceless Dhamma teachings.
Ajahn Brahm is the Spiritual Adviser of Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project: https://anukampaproject.org/ and https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNIW229Hx4MOF_ahakA67EA/featured
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