This course will be held in person at the Library and online via Zoom. Please register so we know numbers attending the Library and also so we can send online participants the Zoom link before each session.
The Buddhist Library is delighted to host Chao Khun Keng’s public talk in person. Ajahn Keng (as Chao Khun Keng is known) will be speaking on “Journey to Freeing the Heart and Mind”. Ajahn Keng is currently doing Tudong, an austerity undertaken by monastics to deepen their practice. He is walking the 1000 kilometres from Geelong to Sydney, for peace and harmony, with laypeople joining him along the way.
Come and join us for this rare opportunity to hear the wise words of Ajahn Keng, and learn about Dharma, his journey and experiences.
Tudong, The Dhamma Road Walk
Organised and Hosted by Wat Samphanthawong Geelong
All public are welcome to take part in the walk!
For anyone who would like to join any part of the walk for Sydney final chapter, at the moment they are walking in Yass area and will continue their journey to Sydney, the estimated final stop at Stanmore will be on Wednesday 12/05/2021. If you would like to take part on the walk, please write to email@example.com to find out more.
Alternative, you can join Dana Meal Offering with Chao Khun Keng on Sunday 9th May, 10:30am at Bodhisaddha Forest Monastery, Wilton click here for more information
As well, another Dharma Talk opportunity on Saturday 15th May, 7pm at Metta Centre, Bankstown, click here for more information
For more information about Tudong practice, and the Dharma Road walk from Geelong to Sydney, click here for more information
Venerable Chao Khun Keng Vinayadhamma Vidhes (Ajahn Keng Khemako) is a Singaporean ordained in the Thai Forest Tradition. He is recognised by both Singaporeans and Thais alike for his contributions to Buddhism, and was the first Singaporean monk ordained in Thai tradition to be conferred the high-ranking title of Chao Khun by the H.M. The King of Thailand.
A true forest monk, Ajahn prefers to dwell in forests and caves deep within the jungles of Thailand and Malaysia to practice intensive meditation. However, he often returns to Singapore to propagate the Dharma, teach meditation and help his devotees. He is humorous and delivers interesting Dharma talks. He was ordained in 1987 under the recommendation of Thanissaro Bhikkhu (Ajahn Geoffrey). Ajahn Keng was conferred the title of “Chao Khun” in 2013 by the King of Thailand. Chao Khun Keng is the current Abbott of Santi Forest Monastery (JB, Malaysia) and the President of Palelai Buddhist (Singapore) and Wat Pa Doi Charen Tham (Omkoi).
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 helps to maintain the Library and allows it to offer more teachings on the Dhamma so that others may benefit 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.