Cultivating a Peaceful Heart

Saturday, January 22, 1:00 – 3:30 p.m. CST  
Donations appreciated.

cultivating a peaceful heart with ajahn vajiro 1 22 21With so much stress, conflict, and tension in the world today, the Buddha’s teachings on cultivating a peaceful heart and mind are very timely. These teachings are not concerned with metaphysical or philosophical speculations, but rather provide practical guidelines for developing and applying mindfulness and wisdom to our experience of life. Through this practice we can learn to live truly meaningful lives with a light and peaceful heart, unburdened by anger, fear, or anxiety. In this interactive workshop, Ajahn Vajiro will provide guidance and skillful means for developing a practice of meditation that can gradually develop peace and clarity and facilitates the arising of deep insight.

This workshop includes talks, guided meditation, and Q&A sessions with Ajahn Vajiro. It is a wonderful opportunity to deepen your understanding and practice of the Dharma and learn more about:

  • The nature of mindfulness
  • Cultivating stillness and silence in meditation
  • Wise reflection on the nature of life
  • The liberating power of seeing things as they truly are 

Donations appreciated. Your donation helps make programs such as this possible for the benefit of all spiritual seekers. 

Registration includes on-demand access to a recording of the workshop, which can be viewed for two weeks following the date it was presented. 

To ensure you receive your meeting link prior to the live program, please register by January 21

Register here 

ajahnvajiroVenerable Ajahn Vajiro was born in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia in 1953. He studied in England and obtained a degree in economics in 1974. In 1979, he left for Thailand to join the monastic community of Venerable Ajahn Chah and was ordained as a Buddhist monk in 1980. Ajahn Vajiro returned to England in 1984 and assisted in Amaravati Buddhist Monastery, then lived in monasteries in the UK for many years, followed by New Zealand and then Australia. He returned to Amaravati in 2001. In 2010, Ajahn Vajiro was formally invited to Portugal to help establish a monastery of the Forest Tradition. Under his guidance, the Sumedhārāma Forest Monastery was established, and he has been the abbot since 2012.

Program Format

This is a live, interactive online program that will also be recorded for on-demand viewing. Our goal is to send recordings to you within two business days, often sooner. Recordings will be available for on-demand viewing for two weeks following the date they were presented.

Software Platform

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