Travel/Teaching Schedule

Travel and Teaching schedule


USA
2018

April 1st-November 25th--staying at the Lion of Wisdom (LOW) Meditation Center in Gaithersburg Maryland, excepting when out on periodic teaching/events; see below. Visit:

August 19th-28th attending mother's 100th birthday celebration in Riverside, CA.
September 1-7th- six day retreat at the Bhavana Society, High View, West Virginia.
September 15th- Day of Mindfulness at LOW; 9am-5pm September 28-30-3 day program at the Pittsburg Buddhist Vihara
October 6th- Day of Mindfulness at LOW.

October 27th-28th--overnight retreat at LOW;  
retreat will begin at 9am on Saturday and finish at 4 pm on Sunday; there is option to attend only the DOM on Saturday. Details TBA at: www.lionwisdom.org

November 25th-December 6th- leading a Pilgrimage to the Buddhist sacred places in India, culminating with a five day retreat at Sravasti; For info/details contact Inoshini at, <tailormade@qwestdestinations.com>

December 7th-22nd wandering in Nepal.

December 30-January1st- New Years retreat at LOW: retreat will begin on December 30th, 5 pm and end January 1st, 4 pm. Details TBA on: www.lionwisdom.org

2019

March 1-10- ten day retreat in Brasilia, Brasil hosted by the Sociedade Vipassana de Meditacao.  

7 comments:

  1. Greetings, Bhante!
    May I ask, where in Sri Lanka will you be spending your Vassana? Will the teaching/retreat schedule and application method be put up on this page closer to the date?
    May your journey in sansara be very short!
    Gunetilleke

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  2. Dear Bhante
    Are there any details for Romania retreat in July?
    Is it open for registration for people from other countries apart of Romania
    Thank you
    Roy Koren
    Israel

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  3. Dear Bhante Rahula,
    I was elated to read your blog. I met you only once - when I attended a retreat at the Bhavana Society about 6 years ago. I have asked many people your whereabouts and they could only tell me that you are traveling. After reading "One Night Shelter," I am not surprised at all about the life you have chosen. Like the Buddha who was not bound by tradition and views, you have chosen to be inspired by the Sangha who chose to live in solitude and practice the dhamma. I wish you the Veeriya and good health to pursue the real happiness you seek. Sadhu Sadhu.
    Nandana, Minnesota

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  4. vanda mi Bhanteji
    like u we want to walk on the DHAMMA PATH til liberation.. how to develop continuity of mindfulness ?

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  5. Ven Bhante,

    Are you visiting India in near future. I want to meet you Bhante.

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