Introduction and Joining Instructions
Explore the Brahmaviharas, Dependant Origination, the four noble truths and other aspects of early Buddhism. Connect with people who share your interest with a supportive and uplifting community.
Just click on the Zoom link below and your computer will open up the Zoom app. This will take you to this teaching every
- Saturday at 19:00 pm, GMT+7 (time in Phnom Penh)
- Saturday 14:00 – 15:00 pm Central European Time
- Saturday 08:00 AM New York time.
To join the Zoom meeting:
Meeting Link here
Zoom Meeting ID: 838 0589 5805 – Passcode: dhamma
OPTION 1: How to join a Zoom meeting on desktop via meeting invite link
1. Click on the meeting invite URL that the host shared via via meeting invite link which can be found under “online event” above.
2. Open the Zoom app.
3. Approve the request for permission to use your computer’s audio and camera.OPTION 2: How to join a Zoom meeting on mobile (iPhone, Android)
1. Download the Zoom app for iOS or for Android on Google Play, and set it up using your contact information Open the mobile app.
2.Tap on “Join a Meeting.”
3. Enter the meeting Meeting ID: 838 0589 5805 and your name and set audio/video permissions.
1. Tap on the meeting invite URL that the host shared via email or text, which will open the Zoom app. The app may ask for permission to use your phone’s camera.
The Dhamma Talks are made available on the Suttavada youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzz4BAb8RZN8Weq2I9NGJ2w
July 3 – DN 33 – Sangiti Sutta – Seventh
Recitation – sets of tens
Break – Break – Break
Future planned suttas (dates to be announced)
– Therigatha Verse
This is a verse from the collection of the earliest arahant nuns, where they tell about their former life, the meditation object they used, and how they became an arahant.
– Theragatha Verse
This is a verse from the collection of the earliest arahant monks, where they tell about their former life, the meditation object they used, and how they became an arahant.
– MN 66 – Latukikopama Sutta
Raising the rules regarding eating, as a reflection of gratitude for the Buddha in eliminating things that cause complexity and stress. The Buddha emphasizes how attachment even to little things can be dangerous.