Temple To Live in

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villkorkarma
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Temple To Live in

Postby villkorkarma » Thu Feb 11, 2010 5:55 pm

What temple do exist to live in like a retreat all the time?
one suffer because one hasnt existed long : )

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Goofaholix
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Re: Temple To Live in

Postby Goofaholix » Fri Feb 12, 2010 2:39 am

villkorkarma wrote:What temple do exist to live in like a retreat all the time?


There are lots, let us know what location you are looking for and we might be able to suggest something.
"Right effort is effort with wisdom. Because where there is wisdom, there is interest. The desire to know something is wisdom at work. Being mindful is not difficult. But it’s difficult to be continuously aware. For that you need right effort. But it does not require a great deal of energy. It’s relaxed perseverance in reminding yourself to be aware. When you are aware, wisdom unfolds naturally, and there is still more interest." - Sayadaw U Tejaniya

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Re: Temple To Live in

Postby villkorkarma » Sun Feb 14, 2010 6:46 pm

I live in Sweden.
one suffer because one hasnt existed long : )

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Re: Temple To Live in

Postby bodom » Sun Feb 14, 2010 7:25 pm

Buddhism in Sweden
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Buddhism_in_Sweden

Sweden: A growing interest in Buddhism
http://www.buddhismtoday.com/english/wo ... Sweden.htm

Practice centers and temples in Sweden
http://www.dharmaweb.org/index.php/Sweden

:anjali:
It’s only meditation when there are two minds:
Knowing-noting mind and observing mind.
If there is only one mind, ‘I’ is always there.
The object is not the dhamma,
The dhamma is the mind
That is being aware.

- Shwe Oo Min Sayadaw


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