Online: The Radiant Mind

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Online: Cultivating The Radiant Mind

with Bhante Suddhāso

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021 | 7:00pm – 9:00pm ET

Buddhist practice offers us the tools to free the mind from the constraints of discontent, irritation, and confusion—and when the mind is well liberated from these unwholesome states of mind, even temporarily, the path to true happiness becomes clear.

Join Buddhist monastic Bhante Suddhāso for an evening online discussion on cultivating an awake and radiant mind.

This evening is co-presented by Buddhist Insights.

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Teacher(s)

Bhante Suddhaso

Bhante SuddhasoBhante Suddhāso is a Buddhist monk and co-founder of Buddhist Insights, a non-profit organization created to help connect laypeople with Buddhist monastics. His work aims to convey Buddhist concepts and their practical applicability to everyday life. Bhante Suddhāso practices both Theravāda and Mahāyāna Buddhism, with a particular emphasis on the early Buddhist teachings found in the Pāli Canon and the methods of practice used in Chan/Zen. In 2019, together with Ayyā Somā, he co-founded Empty Cloud Monastery in New Jersey, where he currently resides as co-abbot.

All are invited to Empty Cloud Monastery to practice safely outdoors during public events, and to follow online during the almost-daily meditations, talks, and sutta study. Empty Cloud, located in West Orange, New Jersey, is operated entirely on dana/donations by Buddhist Insights. Please visit www.buddhistinsights.com for more information.

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