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About Our Auction
We're hosting a silent auction for exquisite charcoal drawings depicting some of the most iconic elements of the Buddhist Society of Western Australia. The proceeds from this auction will be contributed to the Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project as a donation.
An online silent auction in honour of AjahnBrahm’s 72nd birthday. Spiritual charcoal drawings to bring inspiration, peace and gentleness to your home and remind you of Ajahn Brahm.
If you have questions, contact Lay Har Goh at email@example.com
No tax receipt will be issued for the auction items.
Successful bidder will be asked to donate the bid price directly into the Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project account.
You can donate to Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project here:
About Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project
Anukampa Bhikkhuni Project was founded by Ven Canda in 2016 at the request of her teacher Ajahn Brahm, who serves as Spiritual Adviser.
Anukampa means the wise compassion that alleviates suffering and its cause, and was the quality that motivated the Buddha to teach.
We aim to:
1. Promote the teachings and practices of Early Buddhism, leading to full Awakening.
2. Establish the first "Forest Monastery" in England where women can train towards full (bhikkhuni) ordination!
We are raising enthusiasm and funds for this project by organising retreats, talks and discussion groups, that present the Buddha's teachings in an authentic, relevant and accessible way.
Anukampa is committed to inclusivity by welcoming everyone, including LGBTQIA+ people and those of every ethnicity, race and background, both to our events and as guests.
Get involved with our friendly community to deepen your practice and help make our vision a reality!
For information about our online and live teachings and events, please visit www.anukampaproject.org/events
“What should be done for his disciples out of compassion (anukampa) by a teacher who seeks their welfare and has compassion for them, that I have done for you, bhikkhus. There are these roots of trees, these empty huts. Meditate, bhikkhus, do not delay or else you will regret it later. This is our instruction to you.”—The Buddha MN19, Dvedhāvitakkasutta.