This week, an interview with Santikaro – a Buddhist monk from Thailand – taking a look at the impact of our unconscious tendencies of consumption and the unspoken agreements implied by the products or services we buy.

Santikaro talks about the value of deliberately choosing how we use money as a a catalyst to transform business and the world.

For many years, Santikaro lived as a Buddhist monk in southern Thailand, as a student and translator of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. Now he and his wife, Jo Marie, nurture Liberation Park, a Buddhist Dhamma Refuge in rural Wisconsin.

From this base, he teaches Early Buddhism and meditation around the Midwest and internationally. He is committed to exploring new forms of healthy community life.
To read more, go to

http://www.liberationpark.org/about/lp_brochure.pdf

ON Sprouts | October 18, 2012 | 12:00 pm

Money and Living Deliberately

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This week, an interview with Santikaro – a Buddhist monk from Thailand – taking a look at the impact of our unconscious tendencies of consumption and the unspoken agreements implied by the products or services we buy.

Santikaro talks about the value of deliberately choosing how we use money as a a catalyst to transform business and the world.

For many years, Santikaro lived as a Buddhist monk in southern Thailand, as a student and translator of Buddhadasa Bhikkhu. Now he and his wife, Jo Marie, nurture Liberation Park, a Buddhist Dhamma Refuge in rural Wisconsin.

From this base, he teaches Early Buddhism and meditation around the Midwest and internationally. He is committed to exploring new forms of healthy community life.
To read more, go to

http://www.liberationpark.org/about/lp_brochure.pdf

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