The Good Life – Talk and Guided Meditation

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The next Good Life Dharma Talk and Guided Meditation Session will be held again this Friday.

Please note Bhante Sujato will be guiding the metta retreat from 1-5 April. A guest speaker (Giles Barton) will therefore be leading the session this Friday.
The Good Life is a series of Buddhist talks from Bhante Sujato, the abbot of Santi Forest Monastery.
(The website also details a series of Bhante’s publications).

The next talk will be held on Friday the 1st of April, 2010 and will continue to be held on Friday evenings at the Well-Aware-Ness Living and Health Centre

When: 7pm for 7.30pm start.

Where: 14 Ridge Street
North Sydney
NSW 2060, Australia

What else: Refreshments provided. Parking available including Council car park and street parking.
How to get there:

Public Transport – see the Transport InfoLine or call 131 500 to plan your trip using trains, buses or ferries. A map of the location
or directions from your home, by car, can be found at google maps (see link below) or where is.com. To give you an idea it’s
about a 4km (2min drive or 38min walk) from St Leonard’s train station or 1.2 km (3min drive or 22min walk) from North Sydney
Station. There are also buses. If you need a lift from one of the stations, we may be able to organise a lift.

Google Map for 14 Ridge St, North Sydney NSW 2060
Link:

Don’t miss this opportunity to hear an insightful and practical spiritual teacher speak about the Buddhist teachings. All Welcome.

Dana: If you would like to support the monastery – please see this link for provisions they need and other notes: http://santifm1.0.googlepages.com/julie%27spage
Easter Metta Retreat: http://metta.org.au/events/406/santi/easter-metta-retreat-2010
Kind regards,
Santi Sydney Committee

Other Relevant Links:
The Buddhist Society of Western Australia (BSWA). It has several on-line talks by Ajahn Brahm and others.
Access to Insight
Forest Sangha. Includes a biography and teachings of Ajahn Chah.
Several of Bhante Sujato’s old talks can be viewed at Dhamma Net.

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