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August 2023

From an interview conducted by members of the Maitreya Instituut in Amsterdam in preparation for Ven. Amy’s 3-month teaching residency:

Where did your Buddhist journey start?    

 

The value that Buddhism has brought to your life?


 


Overcoming Obstacles: Calming Meditation and Tara Practices hosted by Vajrapani Institute and Land of Medicine Buddha via Zoom
 


Fireside Chat: Healthy Coping Techniques for Challenging Times” hosted by Jamyang Buddhist Centre, London, UK
 


Please enjoy the following video on Coping, hosted by Tse Chen Ling (San Francisco)

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Thank you to Amanda Johnson for inviting me to “What’s Your Point of View” on October 19. She is doing some amazing things and promoting positivity on the planet. ❤️

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Refuge and Bodhichitta Verse

Please click HERE for more information on the FPMT program Living in the Path


The Preliminary Practice of Prostration of the Thirty-Five Confessional Buddhas


Dealing with Difficult People


Transforming Anger Depression and Anxiety


 Interviews with Venerable Amy Miller at Shantideva Meditation Center

Shantideva Meditation Center in New York has recently started to offer short online videos to bring the wisdom of its visiting teachers to people outside of its geographic area.  Unlike recorded teachings, which could be a few hours long and more likely appeal to seasoned students, these concise clips are designed to engage newcomers who are curious about the fundamentals of Buddhism and how it might benefit their lives.

How to Set Up a Meditation Practice

Questions on mindfulness and its daily applications

Why did you become a Buddhist nun?


Hand Mudras by Venerable Amy Miller at Kurukulla Center


Vajrassatva Practice (translated into French), hosted by Centre Kalachakra


Death and Rebirth


Perspectives on Happiness

A presentation on “Perspectives on Happiness” for the Gross National Happiness Conference in Burlington, Vermont, June, 2010. See Ven. Amy’s talk at 2:15 – 19:45 along with some questions and answers from 45:00 – 70:00.

 


What Goes Around Comes

Karma, or action, is often presented as some kind of mystical force that governs our lives but that is incomprehensible.

In fact, the basics of karma are pretty straightforward and are actually in tune with our kind of innate inner wisdom rather than the learned external knowledge of our schooling. Effects come from causes, and similar effects come from similar causes. What we give out comes back on us. What goes around comes around.

If we want sustainable long-term happiness, which is an internal mental state, there is no point in trying to manipulate external things and events. To experience happy pleasant effects we need to look inside and set up the mental causes for them while at the same time getting rid of the mental causes that can damage our happiness now and in the future.

Venerable Amy Miller is an American nun of many years standing with a dynamic and engaging teaching style well known to many in the FPMT groups in the UK. Her work often has a focus on using Buddhist thought, which combined with meditation and mindful practice help many work through the difficult issues of addiction, end-of-life, and anxiety and depression.

Date: June 2017 Jamyang Buddhist Centre, London


Conquering Stress and Anxiety

Ven. Amy Miller invites us to try out different approaches to dealing with the stresses and anxieties of daily life. All informed by Venerable Amy’s vast practical understanding of Buddhism and her compassion and loving kindness.

Venerable Amy Miller is an American nun of many years standing with a dynamic and engaged teaching style well known to many in the FPMT groups in the UK. Her work often has a focus on using Buddhist thought, which combined with meditation and mindful practice help many work through the difficult issues of addiction, end-of-life, and anxiety and depression.

Date: June 2017 Jamyang Buddhist Centre, London


Choosing Kindness: Empathy, Emptiness, and Empowerment in Challenging Times

Join the Ven. Amy Miller, as she gently guides us through a very fundamental lesson for challenging times. Not only can we learn to not harbour anger and mistrust, in the face of those who offer it: if we truly acknowledge and accept our hurt and pain we can keep our emotional channels open and ‘true’. The result of working through uncomfortable emotional stages can be a truly remarkable transformation; one that has the power to change not only our own energy but also bring out the positive energy in others.

Venerable Amy Miller is an American nun of many years standing with a dynamic and engaged teaching style well known to many in the FPMT groups in the UK. Her work often has a focus on using Buddhist thought, which combined with meditation and mindful practice help many work through the difficult issues of addiction, end-of-life, and anxiety and depression.

Date: June 2017 Jamyang Buddhist Centre, London

 

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