Sometimes life can leave scars in our hearts that make us hurt and unhappy. Sometimes our personal and collective trauma leads to hatred towards others, or for the world. However
Sometimes life can leave scars in our hearts that make us hurt and unhappy. Sometimes our personal and collective trauma leads to hatred towards others, or for the world. However if we are not careful, strong emotions like resentment and hatred will overwhelm our mind, destroying our peace and happiness. Join Bhante Akaliko for a guided meditation and discover the Buddha’s advice on how we can heal our hate, so that we can fill our hearts with loving kindness and compassion instead.
Bhante Akaliko is an Australian monk in the Theravadan Forest Tradition residing at Lokanta Vihara. Bhante first encountered Buddhism as a teenager and spent over twenty years practicing in different traditions before taking full ordination with Ajahn Brahm. Bhante’s teachings help people find increasing peace and happiness through the timeless wisdom of the Buddha. Bhante is the founder of Rainbodhi and is Buddhist Chaplain at Western Sydney University and on the Board of Directors of the Buddhist Council of NSW.
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(Tuesday) 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM
Buddhist Library, 90-92 Church Street, Camperdown NSW 2050
Buddhist LibraryBuddhist Library, 90-92 Church Street, Camperdown NSW 2050