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Ask a Buddhist Monk: Desire and Craving By Ven Bhante Sumano
February 27 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am| Free
Ask a Buddhist Monk: Desire and Craving
By Ven Bhante Sumano
In collaboration with Mudita Citta
As part of Metta Centre’s Ask a Buddhist Program, and in collaboration with our friends at Mudita Citta, we are honoured to invite Venerable Bhante Sumano who will be Zooming in from America for an interactive session as we discuss about desire and craving. We will explore the connection between desire and feelings, craving and the mind, the wise approach to desire and attachments, and how to undo our unhealthy patterns of the mind.
Audience are invited to submit questions during the session and will have an opportunity to dialogue with Bhante Sumano. To make the most our of this interactive session, we welcome you to listen to this talk by Bhante Sumano on “Unraveling Craving”
prior to the event and bring along your questions and reflections: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iMj1J6eU5OE
About the Presenter: Ven Bhante Sumano is a Jamaican Buddhist monk ordained in the Theravāda tradition. Although his main practice is based on Theravāda, Bhante Sumano prefers to seek the essence of the Dhamma present in all Buddhist traditions and is most interested in the teachings that lead to final liberation. He currently resides at Empty Cloud Monastery in New Jersey, USA and regularly shares teachings on YouTube.
About Mudita Citta: Mudita Citta (The Mind of Joy) is a small group of Buddhists and spiritual friends casually founded in March 2020 at the beginning of the pandemic. Due to the sudden lockdown, several like-minded spiritual friends got together and decided to listen to a Dhamma talk and discuss the topic via Zoom on a fortnightly basis. Over the past year, Mudita Citta has grown and sometimes invites a guest speaker who has given a talk on the chosen topic to join the discussion session live where people can ask them questions and meet them directly online.
Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89104862575
Meeting ID: 891 0486 2575
Alternatively you can dial in from your telephone (call charges apply): +61 2 8015 6011 | MeetingID: 891 0486 2575