We are pleased to extend this formal invitation to the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of Sunday 3rd of March 2024, at 16:00. The annual meeting is held in the premises of Wahl Larsen Advokatfirma at Fridtjof Nansens plass 5, 0160 Oslo – it’s right behind Oslo City Hall. It will also be possible to participate over the internet, see our website on that day for connection.
Venerable Canda has established a new society in England, focusing on early Buddhism and equal opportunities for women and men. Find her on The Anukampa Project website, and listen to the BBC report on this website.
We try to find and connect the best resources available, and create an arena for development and wisdom.
Ajahn Brahm, Spiritual Director of BSWA in Australia, as well as mentor and friend of Ajahn Nitho, has now been given the role of Spiritual Adviser for our society. He has taken on this role in order to help the committee moving forward with projects we want to realize in Norway.
We like to present four podcasts produced by Sol Hanna in Australia. These cover both early classical Buddhism, the forest tradition, our spiritual advisor Ajahn Brahm, as well as a selection of exciting guests.
The Buddha’s Wisdom Podcast
Narrated teachings of the Buddha for you to listen to anytime, anywhere.
Ajahn Brahm Podcast
Remastered classical teachings from one of the greatest meditation masters of the modern Western world – Ajahn Brahm!
Forest Path Podcast
Insightful teachings and practical advice from the most profoundly meditative and wisest teachers in the forest tradition of Theravada Buddhism.
Treasure Mountain Podcast
Finding the spiritual treasure within human experience
Buying Property for Retreat Centre
The society is looking for property around Oslo, which is suitable for a future retreat centre. We are looking for those who want to sell a property, and people who can give us a lead, advice or help. Read more about the property we are looking for on this info page.
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For more than 2,500 years, Buddhism has inspired people to develop profound wisdom about their own nature through a training of the mind. The goal is a mind that is light, free, energetic and present – free from heavy emotions and thoughts. So the focus is development of human qualities – not an all-powerful creator.
Such a quality of life is the result of a spiritual awakening taught by the Buddha, where the Four Noble Truths and the Eightfold Path are the core.
And those who pick up this training start corresponding development, gradually and over a longer period of time, and get results according to their own efforts and starting point.
But Buddhism is profound, complex, challenging and with a long time horizon.
Good and inspiring books are important for this training, and we have made a small overview that can help you along the way!