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Welcome To
Dhamma Sukha
Meditation Center

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 'Teachings from the Suttas'

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Bhante Vimalaramsi 

 
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Complete Meditation Manual on TWIM

FREE Online Retreats
10 day online Metta meditation retreats -talk to a guide daily

TWIM Training 
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Forgiveness Meditation

New: translations
St. Louis Sitting Group
Online Disc. Group

Our Mission
awakening and elimination of unhappiness
-cessation of craving

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Solar Eclipse Retreat Open -Apr4-9th
  See simulation

New -Live Zoom talk with Delson Armstrong from India on Monday AM

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***Prem Chat Gpt Needed  - Answers based on The Path to Nibbana   -Full guide for TWIM

Introducing TWIM

NEWS

Latest Updates

  • Dhamma Sukha is now Gluten Free. All dishes are gluten-free - if any other things are put out that have gluten they will be marked.

  • Access some of Delson's videos here.

  • Video Testimonials from Bonhays Retreat in Sept. 2023

  • Youtube short clip made at the Bonhays retreat.

  • Join DhammaSukha Groups message site.

  • Memorial Ceremony was done today - Live video here.

  • Ven Sister Khema passed away in Budapest at 4AM Sept 21.

  • Here is a science compilation of the merits of doing Metta!

  • You can download the Dhamma Sukha app from your phone store

  • Cessations of consciousness in meditation: Advancing a scientific understanding of nirodha samāpatti  -Brain Study Released!

  • Smiling Videos to make you smile!

  • New Dependent Origination Series -See books

  • Are you in India? Get all our TWIM books from Amazon India!

  • Talk about TWIM on our talk site at https://groups.io/g/dhammasukha/

  • Have Questions about how to Practice? Watch and read the FAQ

  • Translated to Chinese: 'The Path to Nibbana'  涅槃之路 

  • Dhamma Sukha in INDIA

   

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LGBTQ meditators accepted.

Missouri Retreats at Dhamma Sukha 2024

Featured Teachers for 2024:

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Upcoming Online Retreats

 

There are more Online Metta Retreats AVAILABLE 

Upcoming Physical On-Site Retreats

 

NEW: Get your Meditation Questions Answered!

Videos

We post regularly now on our YouTube channel Delson Armstrongs Videos

Messages to Dhamma Sukha

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From a Online Retreat Survey we send out

What can we do to improve your online retreat? Take a moment to reflect on your experience.

 

"My main motivation to attend this online retreat was to learn to balance meditation practise and other aspects of life. I've made some progress in physical retreats, but I've struggled with progress when practising at home. I hoped to get to lower jhanas and see how it affects my daily life at home and at work. I was blown away with the result, I made progress to higher jhanas, the affect it had on my work and life at home was incredible and the joy and happiness I felt was astounding. Felt like a proper vacation :) Thank you this online retreat program."

From a Recent Online Retreat:    Youtube comment Apr 11,2023

    It was interesting. I forget that when I am on retreat for some reason, caffeine is much more powerful. So yesterday I had a cup of tea a little bit late in the day, and I didn’t fall asleep until 1 AM.

Woke up at 530 and got to it...(sitting)

The bubbles were blue. Which I didn’t expect :-) At first, I thought they were disturbances and then, as I saw them again, or possibly for the third time (not sure) I suddenly realized what was happening, and simultaneously laughed and wept briefly. 

 

Then sat in the relief and ease and let it settle. It was like I couldn’t get the smile off my face.

 

I went and had breakfast and then went for a walk. Still big smile, very high energy walking. Not rushing just high energy. And reflecting, as I was walking- And I was struck by a couple of things. First of all, how comparatively calm it was, as compared to the very first attainment several years ago, which was super intense. It was a lot more equanimity for the walk as well.

 

Also, how normal and natural it feels, and also felt when it happened. It was even in the midst of the smiling and laughter and brief weeping, it all just felt regular. And at the same time, I also noticed that when there were precursors to feelings and reactions that I know are common for me historically, I could feel them begin, and just disappear as I was walking along. It was a bit different than anything else.

BG SF. Cal.

Podcasts

Listen to Delson Armstrong and Bhante Vimalaramsi's podcast

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Books

Want to learn more about the path to Nibbana, lovingkindness, or meditation?

Browse through our book collection.

For PDFs and detail for all books click below:

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100%!
Just passing by to tell you thank you for what you've done by writing your book. Not only for me personally, but for a lot of people online. You were right, the practice works 100%. 

I think i had another vision after I wrote to you last, but besides that my practice has been extremely blissful, words cannot describe the abode of that pure peace and balance. I hope you're having a wonderful day, and again thank you for everything!  H.T.    Jan 2022

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The Path to Nibbana

Includes Chapter Timing Marks

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