News and Announcements
Samadhi Volunteers 2010
Volunteers play an integral role in the success of the day to day life at the Samadhi Center. Every year we welcome a special group of people coming from all parts of the world, all walks of life. The unique blend of social, economic and ethnic backgrounds of our people creates a special place to…
Samadhi Retreat Schedule – 2008
April April 17 – 20 Martial Arts Group April 25 – 27 Olande Ananda You have the rare opportunity to participate in a weekend meditation retreat with Dutch Therawada Budddhist monk Olande Ananda. Venarable Ananda, who is also a good friend of Ven. Bhante Wimala, lives in Sri Lanka and travels…
Conference on Buddhism and Mongolian Culture
At the request of Dr. Togkhok, assistant professor at the University of Humanities in Mongolia, Triple Gem Society sponsored a conference titled ” Buddhist Philosophy, Mongolian Culture, and Globalization.” The conference was co-organized with the graduate school of humanities in Mongolia. It was held in Chingesiin Huree tour camp outside Ulaambaatar on the 10th of…
Copper Beech Institute Retreat 2015
We are honored that Bhante Wimala has accepted our invitation to visit Copper Beech Institute. Join us for a peaceful, restorative weekend, learning and practicing the original teachings of the Buddha with a world-renowned meditation teacher.
Interview with the journalist Bayanaan Ganbold which was aired by Business TV, Mongololia. Following is the link to the documentary English version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbQj31c_25Q Mongolian version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOAUTcHucfc
Lecture at the University
March 2015 Bhante Wimala gave a lecture to graduate and PhD students at the University of Humanities in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. The two hour lecture entitled “Buddhist Concept of Compassion” ended with a dialogue with the students and the faculty.
Omega Retreat 2015
Meditation for Beginners provides a survey of meditation techniques to start the beginner and refresh the experienced meditator.
Spiritual traditions throughout the ages have recommended meditation as a core practice and a path toward peace of mind. Modern medicine is now finding that meditation techniques can be applied to alleviate pain, improve health, increase vitality, and buffer day-to-day encounters with stress.