Getting Dusty for Dhamma with Bhante Akaliko

Hi Folks,

For this week’s Wed night talk at Crows Nest we are joined by Bhante Akaliko, a long term student of Bhante Sujato.

Bhante Akaliko has just returned to Sydney after living in a remote Aboriginal community in central Australia as part of his outreach project, Little Dust, which takes the Dhamma to regional communities across Australia.

Bhante discusses the Little Dust project and offers a guided meditation on the Four Elements inspired by the red dust of the Australian outback.

Wednesday 14th June, 7–9pm
Crows Nest Centre, 2 Ernest Place, Crows Nest

About the Speaker

Akāliko Bhikkhu is an Australian monk in the Theravada forest tradition. He is the spiritual director of Little Dust and founder of Rainbodhi LGBTQIA+ Buddhist Community. Bhante Akāliko is also the spiritual advisor of Central West Buddhists and a chaplain at Western Sydney University. He sits on the boards of the Buddhist Council of NSW and the Federation of Australian Buddhist Councils.

Bhante Akāliko went forth as a monastic in 2016 and received full ordination with Ajahn Brahm at Bodhinyana monastery in 2017. He lived for several years with Bhante Sujato at the Monastery at the End of the World in Sydney and now lives as a wandering monk, looking for a place to settle and shake off the dust.

Useful Links
Facebook Page: Akāliko Bhikkhu
Youtube Channel: Bhante Akaliko Bhikkhu - YouTube

Transport and parking:

Light refreshments served. Spread the word to interested friends!

Warm regards,

Nilu and Sam (organisers)