Bhante Sujato lives at Lokanta Vihara, the “Monastery at the End of the World”. The vihara is located on the lands of the traditional owners, the Burramattagal people of the Darug nation, in Harris Park, Sydney. We pay our respects to Darug elders past, present, and emerging.
Bhante Sujato is a senior teaching monk in Australia and the region. He is currently focussing on leading the team for SuttaCentral, a website for early Buddhist texts, translations, and parallels.
At the Monastery at the End of the World we try to be simple, frugal, and content. The little we have is second-hand where possible; either donated or rescued from cast-offs. We rely on the kindness of others, going on alms-round (piṇḍapāta) in our local community for our only meal of the day.
An Online Session for the Buddhist Community on the Voice Referendum, organized by the Australian Sangha Association.
Please join us for this important meeting.
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If you have any technical problems during this session, please call 08 9525 3420 and Venerables Mettaji and Vossagga will try and help you.
Bhante Sujato’s teachings and practice in the heart of the north shore.>
Humans only, no machines. This event is not on the internet!
Location: Crows Nest Centre, 2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest
Time: every Wednesday
Join Bhante Sujato for a regular Friday night session of meditation and teaching. This is a hybrid event. Join us in person or online.
Location: Harris Park Community Centre, 11 Albion St, Harris Park
Time: AEST (UTC+10) every Friday
Join online using the link below. We use Jitsi, which is pretty much like Zoom. Join from a browser without installing anything, or if you like, install the app.Session Link
Chant along using our 717 Chanting Book.
Times are in Australian Eastern Daylight time, AEDT UTC+11. Use the time converter to to access your time zone.
Missed a talk? Our friend Michael has been recording our Monks in Space sessions: Lokanta Live.
|Mon–Fri||11am, cnr. Wigram + Marion St., Harris Park|
|Sat/Sun||No set almsround|
|July 17–31||No Pindapata (Bhante away)|
On weekdays, Bhante Sujato walks for alms-food in the local area (piṇḍapāta). Come along and put some food in the bowl!
Monday to Fridays only. Corner of Wigram and Marion streets, Harris Park, outside the Post Office around 11:00am.
Almsround is a tradition that dates back to the time of the Buddha. Piṇḍapāta is not begging. The monks simply walk or stand silently and receive what is offered.
On weekends, the sangha are happy to accept invitations from our lay community who wish to offer a meal at their homes. For more information, contact email@example.com. Please note that the roster may be booked in adavance.
Bhante Akaliko moved out of Lokanta Vihara in July 2022. He is spending some time as a wandering monk whilst focussing on his next project, Little Dust, which aims to bring the Dhamma to regional areas across Australia.Little Dust
He is also leading Rainbodhi, the innovative and inspiring spiritual friendship group for LGBTQIA+ Buddhists.Rainbodhi
The monastery and the work of bhante is supported by an informal network of Dhamma friends. You can support Lokanta Vihara by offering to help with rent and utilities by contacting Deepika Weerakoon, firstname.lastname@example.org. The monks do not accept any money directly.
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