GRAHAME WHITE on O’AHU July 13-23, 2023

Understanding Vipassana & How to Practice It

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Please join the Aloha Sangha Buddhist Group, Vipassana Hawaii, Bodhi Tree Meditation Center, and the Honolulu Dhamma Community in welcoming from Australia esteemed Vipassana Meditation teacher, Grahame White, for dhamma talks and short and daylong sittings. Please see the schedules and bio below.

For those new to Vipassana meditation, and/or meditation in general, please join us, and for those from years past, it will be nice to sit with you again!

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Thursday, July 13 @ 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Tom Davidson-Marx, Aloha Sangha Buddhist Group
2439 Holomua Place, #A, Honolulu
(please park on 10th Ave and walk over)
RSVP: Tom, 808-393-6342; tom@alohasangha.com

Grahame White, Meditation 101 (video produced by Rob Kay)

Saturday, July 15 – @ 4:00 – 6:00 pm
Broken Ridge Korean Temple, Palolo
2420 Halelaau Pl, Honolulu
Contact: Greg Pai for information: gpai@hawaiiantel.net.

Palolo Zen Center

Sunday, July 16 – Daylong @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Palolo Zen Center, 2747 Waiomao Rd.
Fee: $20 CASH (Teacher Dana is voluntary)
Please bring your own lunch.
RSVP: Mark, honumark@gmail.com

Monday, July 17 @ 6:30 – 8:00 pm
Bodhi Tree Dharma Center
654 A Judd St., Honolulu
RSVP: Trinh, 808-537-1171; dbodhitree@gmail.com

Saturday, July 22 – Daylong @ 10:00 am – 8:15 pm (Potluck
dinner after 8:15 pm, in the Park, after the 7:00 pm.Dhamma Talk)
Hawaii Loa Ridge Park
Register at: honolulu-mindfulness-on-the-ridge-group
Contact: Thanh &
Xuan,  thanhhawaii@gmail.com  ;  shantixuan3@gmail.com
Please try to carpool as there will be limited parking.

Sunday, July 23 – 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
La’i Peace Center (Sakyadhita Hawai’i)
65-660 Kaukonahua Rd., Waialua
In dialog with Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo on “The Mindfulness Debates: Deep Awareness or Cultural
Appropriation?”
RSVP: Samantha, sakyadhita.hawaii@yahoo.com

Palolo Zen Center

Grahame White has been involved in Buddhist meditation practice for over 50 years, beginning his study in England in 1969.  Ordaining as a Buddhist monk for one year in BodhGaya, India in 1971, he has been a strong proponent of the establishment of Vipassana meditation in the tradition of Mahasi Sayadaw in Australia and Hawai’i. Now, Grahame leads introductory and day long retreats in Sydney and regularly holds sittings online. Grahame teaches a classical tradition of insight meditation with a relaxed, accessible style that supports the transfer of mindfulness from the formal sitting practice into daily life.

Photo Credits: Tom Davidson-Marx (Top Left); Robert Kay (Middle 2, Bottom)hoto Credits:  Robert Kay

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