Barn Q and A with Mahesi Caplan

This talk was given while teaching a small group at Sharpham Barn meditation retreat centre Totnes, Devon, UK.

Topics: Equanimity, Anger, Meditation, Religion, Belief and Faith, Trauma, etc.

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Mahesi Caplan initially trained as a photographer and then ordained in the Buddhist Forest tradition of Ajahn Chah at the age of 22.

His Buddhist training was all in European monasteries and his interest in synthesizing western and eastern influences is ongoing. He disrobed after 15 years and has continued teaching contemplative practices to small groups in Totnes Devon.

Inspired by life, monastic training in the Theravada Forest Tradition and inspirational teachers he shares what he can with the intention of exploring ways to practically engage & accelerate the process of cultivating unconditional contentment.

Categories: Buddhism, Buddhist meditation, Mahesi Caplan, Metta, Theravada, Video

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