Bhante Akaliko will be offering a veriety of events ay the Library in February and March 2024;
- 4 x Tuesday Night Talks (13th, 20th, 27th Feb and 5th March); Basics of Early Buddhism
- 4 x Thursday Lunchtime Meditation (8th, 15th, 22nd, 29th Feb)
- 1 x Death Contemplation at St. Stephens Church (Saturday 24th Feb)
- 1 x Rainbodhi Day of Practice and picnic (Sun 25th Feb)
- Dana – daily offering of a meal. Roster available for those who would like to offer a meal to Bhante
Akaliko Bhikkhu is an Australian monk in the Theravada forest tradition. He is the spiritual director of Little Dust and founder of Rainbodhi LGBTQIA+ Buddhist Community. Bhante Akaliko is also the spiritual advisor of Central West Buddhists and a chaplain at Western Sydney University. He sits on the boards of the Buddhist Council of NSW and the Federation of Australian Buddhist Councils.
Bhante Akaliko went forth as a monastic in 2016 and received full ordination with Ajahn Brahm at Bodhinyana monastery in 2017. He lived for several years with Bhante Sujato at the Monastery at the End of the World in Sydney and now lives as a wandering monk, looking for a place to settle and shake off the dust.
Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/akalikobhikkhu
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/BhanteAkalikoBhikkhu
All Sessions are by Donation (Dana) to the Buddhist Library. All donations to the Buddhist Library of $2 and over are tax deductible.
Dana is the traditional practice of generosity, the extending of one’s goodwill, which is fundamental to Buddhism and other spiritual traditions. The dana you give is shared equally with the teacher and the Buddhist Library. This helps to maintain the Library and supports the teacher so that they may offer more teachings on the Dhamma in the future. It is up to each person to determine the amount of dana they’d like to offer. We understand that this is a difficult time financially for many, and people will give what they can. An appropriate dana can’t be prescribed but requires sensitivity to its intent and to the individual’s own situation, as well as awareness of the cost of organising events and supporting teachers who spread the Dhamma.