Please note: Sessions will be via Zoom only until further notice.
Every Thursday from 11 February 2021
Time: 7.30 pm – 9.00 pm (doors open from 7pm)
The Association’s primary weekly activity for 2021 will be our Thursday night Dhamma talk (Buddhist teachings) and meditation practice. Dhamma talks are focused on aspects of Buddhism and Buddhist practice, and are usually conducted by our Spiritual Teacher Ven. Tejadhammo. From time to time Dhamma talks may be conducted by a guest teacher. An up to date schedule of guest teachers will be available for 2021 at https://www.
The sessions will also be available as Zoom meetings with the meeting opening at 7.25pm. Interaction via Zoom will be limited to chat as we are primarily making this available as a service to those who can’t attend in person.
- Link to the meeting
- Meeting ID: 985 1050 0274
- Passcode: 645945
Please email office@engagedbuddhists.
Venerable Tejadhammo Bhikku is the Spiritual Director of the Association of Engaged Buddhists. Bhante teaches and conducts regular courses and retreats which are open to the general public, and is regularly invited to teach other groups of ordained Sangha. Apart from these teaching and retreat activities, Bhante works with people who are seriously ill in various hospitals, hospices and their homes in and around Sydney, teaching healing meditation, providing spiritual support and assisting people in dealing with the end stages of life.
Venerable Tejadhammo Bhikku was ordained by Venerable Tanchaokhun Phra Visalsalmanagun, Chaokhana Changwat, Phuket, in Thailand. Bhante has a background in Western Philosophy and Theology, and has studied and taught at Silpakorn University, Thailand. Before returning to Australia he taught in Thai universities and jails. Although ordained in the Theravada tradition, he has also studied with Tibetan and Mahayana teachers and has a commitment to the Dharma that he believes encompasses all traditional expressions of it. He is a founding member of Australian Monastic Encounter which seeks to promote inter-religious and inter monastic dialogue.
When we think of home, we think of where we belong, where we come from, where we feel safe and nurtured. Most of us have been searching in the wrong place. Our search has led us to disappointments and a sense of futility. In this course, be open to the possibility that you may experience a deeper connection to yourself and others as well as feeling a profound sense of being at home in the world. There will be plenty of opportunities for discussions, questions, sharing and healing.
Tina Ng & David O’Rose will be guiding us to explore the following topics:
11th November – Sue Toohey
18th November – Bhante Tejadhammo
25th November – Thay Thong Phap
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