Happiness Formula Bhante Buddharakkhita

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    Dhamma talks from African uganda Buddhists monk Ven Bhante Buddharakkhita in Califonia

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    Published on May 21, 2016
     
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    The Uganda Budddhist Centre

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    Published on Jan 25, 2008

    The Uganda Buddhist Centre was established in April 2005 in Kawempe, Uganda and used to operate on a rented space. In early February, 2006 a new property was acquired overlooking Lake Victoria.
    Mission The Uganda Buddhist Centre, founded in 2005 by Venerable Buddharakkhita, is a major initiative in the heart of Africa which intends to provide the first stable source of Buddhism in Uganda. Most importantly, we consider the Buddha's Teachings to be a form of medicine that can end suffering and transform ordinary human beings into perfectly compassionate and perfectly wise beings.

    Mission The Uganda Buddhist Centre, founded in 2005 by Venerable Buddharakkhita, is a major initiative in the heart of Africa which intends to provide the first stable source of Buddhism in Uganda. Most importantly, we consider the Buddha's Teachings to be a form of medicine that can end suffering and transform ordinary human beings into perfectly compassionate and perfectly wise beings. *** *** *** About Bhante Buddharakkhita Bhante Buddharakkhita was born and raised in Uganda, Africa. He first encountered Buddhism in 1990 while in India, and he began practicing meditation in 1993. After living in Asia for seven years, Bhante decided to continue his Dhamma practice in the U.S.A. In June 2001, he began monastic training, and in November 2002 he received Higher Ordination by his Preceptor the late Venerable U Silananda at Tathagata Meditation Center, California. He continued his meditation practice under the guidance of Bhante Gunaratana for eight years at the Bhavana Society, West Virginia. Author of Planting Dhamma Seeds: The Emergence of Buddhism on African Soil, and founder of the Uganda Buddhist Center, Uganda, he has been teaching meditation in Africa, Brazil and the United States. Besides spending time at the Buddhist Center in Uganda, Bhante is a teacher at Bhavana Society and the Spiritual Head of Flowering Lotus meditation center, Magnolia, Mississippi, U.S.A
    Contact Information: Postal Address: P.O. Box 16650, KAMPALA Physical Address: Plot Number 31, Garuga Road, Bulega, Entebbe UGANDA
    Phone: +256 (0)782 159985
    E-mail: ugandabuddhistcentre@gmail.com
    Website: http://www.ugandabuddhistcenter.org/
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    Tradition: Theravada Buddhism, Open to all traditions.
    Teacher: Venerable Bhikkhu Buddharakkhita
     
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    Building Peace In The Mind - Buddhist Path To Stopping Wars In Africa

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    Published on May 6, 2017
    In this talk given at the Nava Nalanda University's international conference "Nalanda Dialogue" in March 2017, Venerable Bhikku Buddharakkita, Abbot and President of the Uganda Buddhist Centre talks about how to build peace in your mind and reflects on it as a possible path to conflict resolution in Africa.
     
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    Ugandan buddhist monks strive to be understood

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    Published on Sep 29, 2018

    Buddhists in Uganda are now rolling out more in the communities to help people understand their teachings of wellness and meditation. The Buddhist monks who say that they were misunderstood by many when they had just come to Uganda are now using charity as a way of reaching out to the people to change the negative mindset towards them
     
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    Meeting the first monk of Africa, Venerable Bhikkhu Bhuddharakkhita | EP.13 | TRUE LITTLE MONK |

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    Published on Dec 11, 2018

    The 13th day of TRUE LITTLE MONK, A Wisdom Training Programme for Novices. In the week of "LIVE" weekly concept.
    All novices started their day by doing morning chanting and receiving food-offerings. Today, there were a lot of novices' families and local people and students coming to give alms to the monks and novices. Then they serviced the monastic mentors by asking for permission to clean their feet.
    In the Dhamma practice class, they learned about the basic rules of training to be novices After that, the monastic mentors led them to the outdoor classroom to learn and experience the surrounding nature. Monastic mentors also showed the warmwood tree which is often used in class as a tool to positively discipline and calm down the naughty novices.
    oday novices leaned how to do walking meditation. After the class, it was the meal time, the monks and novices did chanting and blessing before eating foods.
    In the afternoon class "Learning Process", they learned an inspirational story of the first monk of Africa, "Venerable Bhikkhu Bhuddharakkhita" and his Dhamma journey to the area that nobody knows about Buddhism and how he overcomes difficulties. Novices also did the activities to practice mindfulness.

    After the class, they had refreshments with the Venerable Bhikkhu Bhuddharakkhita and monastic mentors. They then helped the monastic mentors sweep the temple before did evening chanting. At night, the monastic mentor led the novices to do mindful walking meditation. The final part is the "Daily Reflections", Hunter Trabing, psychologist and minder, and Jack Brown, an observer, came to summarize the progress of all novices.
     

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