A Buddhist monastery of the Thai Forest Tradition

Located in Wilton, NSW, just 20 minutes from Wollongong and 1 hour from Sydney, Bodhisaddha provides a forest sanctuary in which monks and laypeople have the opportunity to encounter and practice the path of spiritual development taught by the Buddha.

The resident community of monks have an ideal environment to cultivate lives of meditation and service, while allowing visitors to receive teachings and to develop qualities of generosity, faith, mindfulness and wisdom in line with the Buddhist path.

Dedicated towards bringing peace into the lives of individuals and the surrounding community, Bodhisaddha welcomes all traditions that share this vision.

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AS OF 11th OCTOBER 2021, The monastery is OPEN FOR A SMALL NUMBER OF REGISTERED GUESTS (GO TO DANA11.EVENTRBRITE.COM.AU TO REGISTER). THIS IS FOR DOUBLE-VACCINATED INDIVIDUALS ONLY. 

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“Aging, sickness and death have been with us since birth. May everyone have firm mindfulness, have loving kindness and compassion towards each other, so we can overcome the current crisis.”

~Venerable Ajahn Anan Akiñcano
August 15th, 2021

#watmarpjan #ajahnanan #dhamma
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2 months ago

Photos from the 18th April 2021, on the occasion of the 9th Anniversary of Bodhisaddha & 19th Anniversary of Bodhikusuma. Buddha statues were enshrined at the Northern Entrances of Bodhisaddha Hall by the Sangha in front of a large group of devotees. ... See MoreSee Less

6 months ago

Happy New Year 2021

As from a heap of flowers,
Many a garland may be made by an expert florist,
So also, many good deeds should be done
By one who has been born and will die.

เมื่อเกิดมาแล้วจะต้องตาย
ก็ควรสร้างบุญกุศลไว้ให้มาก
เหมือนนายมาลาการร้อยพวงมาลัย
เป็นจำนวนมากจากกองดอกไม้

Dhammapada Verse #53

(Photos from the New Year's Eve Chanting 2020)
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9 months ago

Wishing all beings a happy and peaceful Magha Puja Day.

Magha Puja is the day that the Buddha gave the heart of the Buddha’s teachings:
1. To refrain from all evil,
2. To cultivate the good,
3. To purify the mind.
This was given out of compassion for future generations. They would be able to follow the teachings of the Buddha in just the same way that the 1,250 arahant monks who listened to this sermon had done.

Magha Puja will be held at Bodhisaddha Forest Monastery (8th Feb) at 7pm-9pm. It may be raining heavily today, so drive safe.
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2 years ago
Wishing all beings a happy and peaceful Magha Puja Day. 

Magha Puja is the day that the Buddha gave the heart of the Buddha’s teachings:
1. To refrain from all evil,
2. To cultivate the good,
3. To purify the mind. 
This was given out of compassion for future generations. They would be able to follow the teachings of the Buddha in just the same way that the 1,250 arahant monks who listened to this sermon had done.

Magha Puja will be held at Bodhisaddha Forest Monastery (8th Feb) at 7pm-9pm. It may be raining heavily today, so drive safe.

Bodhisaddha Forest Monastery

295 Wilton Road, Wilton

NSW 2571 AUSTRALIA

Open 9am-1pm everyday

Email: wat@bodhisaddha.org

Phone: 0481-811-877

Bodhikusuma Buddhist & Meditation Centre

Stillness in the Heart of Sydney

Level 2, 203-209 Thomas St., Haymarket

Phone: (02) 9211-1188

Email: bmcentre@bodhikusuma.com

www.bodhikusuma.com

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