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Posted on Sunday, January 18, 2009
Ajahn Brahm tour of talks in Sri Lanka
by Yong Peng (ypong001(a)yahoo.com) [AUS:IP logged]

Ajahn Brahmavamso will talk about the Noble Eightfold Path and conduct guided meditation at several centres during a five-day stay in Colombo and surrounding areas in January 2009. The visit is sponsored by the Buddhist Society of Western Australia (BSWA).


January 24
8.00-10.00am Nauyana Monastery (Kurunegala), Topic: The two types of Religion - Revealed and Realised
2.00-4.00pm Peradeniya University (Arts Theatre), Topic: Actions speak louder than words

January 25
8.30-11.00am Navarangahala Theatre (Royal College), Topic: Mindfulness is more than you think
3.00-5.00pm Kelaniya Raja Maha Vihara, Topic: The Kamma that leads to Liberation

January 26
9.00-11.00am Kalutara Bodhi Temple, Topic: Stillness is the way out of Samsara

January 27
8.30-10.30am Ellekanda Monastery (Matara), Topic: If you can't improve on the Silence, keep quiet

January 28
9.00-11.00am BMICH (Talk and discussion in English only), Topic: The best effort is the effort to let go
3.00-6.00pm Polgasowita Monastery (Piliyandala), Topic: The best preparation for dying well is living well

All the Dhamma talks other than the one at the BMICH will be translated into Sinhala by Venerable Abhaya Thera.

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