Maintaining Inner Quarantine: Buddhist Teachings on Refuge

August 7, 2021 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fauntleroy UCC
9140 California SW
West Seattle

Sat. Aug. 7th, 9 am – 5 pm, Fauntleroy Church in West Seattle, 9140 California Ave SW
(also live-streamed on Clear Mountain’s YouTube Channel).
Please read details and click the link below to register and see if spots are still available.

Concerned about going back into the world? The Buddha’s teaching provides a refuge in its articulation of our transcendent potential (Buddha), the path of meditation, ethics, and wisdom leading to awakening (Dhamma), and the community which can support us in such practice (Sangha). Ordained in the Thai Forest Tradition, Ajahn Kovilo and Tan Nisabho have trained under senior teachers such as Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Piak, Ajahn Anan, and Ajahn Jayasaro. Ayya Soma is a bhikkhuni ordained in the Theravada lineage and co-founder of Empty Cloud Monastery in New Jersey. Ajahn Kovilo and Tan Nisabho are part of the Clear Mountain Monastery Project, the aspiration of a Thai Forest Monastery in the greater Seattle Area. The schedule, monastic biographies, Covid-19 precautions, and other details may be found below.

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Note that, due to Covid-19 precautions, exact capacity is hard to predict, and if the premises become full, some may not be able to attend, though priority will be given to those who registered. An in-depth summary of precautions attendees are expected to take may be found here. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Please register below.

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