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Sabbe sattā bhavantu sukhitattā (May all beings be well, happy & healthy!)

Dhamma USA is committed to follow the words of the Buddha and help the community through both spiritual care and community care.

Our services are aimed at fulfilling our own spiritual growth while sharing the wisdom of the Buddha with the community. The Buddha said, “Caratha bhikkhave cārikaṃ bahujana hitāya, bahujana sukhāya, attāya, hitāya, sukhāya devamanussānaṃ.” (Go forward, O monks! for the benefit and well-being of the many including celestial and human beings and all sentient beings.) Hence, we strongly believe in Spiritual Care & Community Care will provide an ideal balance to a healthy, happy and peaceful life. 

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Mettā Bhāvanā (Meditation on Loving Kindness) in Seven Languages

Mettā Bhāvanā (Meditation on Loving Kindness) in Seven Languages

Mettā bhāvanā (Loving Kindness Meditation) is a popular Buddhist meditation among all schools of Buddhism. Here we present you a beautiful formula of Mettā bhāvanā in seven different languages. Take a look & enjoy!

Seven Factors of Enlightenment | Satta Bojjhaṅga Dhamma |

Seven Factors of Enlightenment | Satta Bojjhaṅga Dhamma |

Bojjhanga Dhammas or seven factors of enlightenment are very popular Buddhist teaching topic which is included in the 37 Bodhipakkhiya Dhammas or factors of enlightenment. Take a look at this to learn more about this topic.

Buddhist Calendar | Full Moon Day List | 2021 | Sri Lankan Version

Buddhist Calendar | Full Moon Day List | 2021 | Sri Lankan Version

Following every meritorious act, the Buddhist community have a good habit of sharing the merits with all sentient beings including men & women, children & elders, humans & non-humans, Devas-Brahmas & all sentient beings. They even transfer merits to all the Departed Ones. This way not only they themselves feel blessed and comfortable but also all the other sentient beings are benefitted with many different ways. This is such a noble act by the Buddhist community to be grateful and thankful to their departed ones. It is a wonderful sense of gesture when they think of Brahmas & Devas with respect and appreciation and share the merits they accrue. It is even more amazing when they think of their Departed Ones with a sense of gratitude & thankfulness. You can always use these Pali stanzas and their meanings following your Dāna (Generosity), Sīla (Morality), Bhāvanā (Meditation) activities.