Dhamma coaching for Buddhist practitioners.Buddhist Life Coach
Many Dhamma practitioners have no monastery nearby.
Meyubi offers is coaching online for Dhamma practice for anyone, at no cost. We practice dana, allowing merits of good kamma through giving.
This lets you support others and yourself to progress on the path.
The name Meyubi is pronounced as “May you be”, wishing:
- May you be well
- May you be happy
- May you be kind
- May you be wise
- May you be free
The purpose of Dhamma coaching is to support Buddhist practitioners on the path to liberation.
Dhamma coaching is free for anyone practicing the Buddhist path – monastics or lay people.
It’s free for everyone, however there are a few criteria for the coaching.
Familiarity with the Four Noble Truths is necessary for us to have a common understanding in the coaching session.
Knowing the five precepts – avoiding intentional killing, avoiding stealing, avoiding sexual misconduct, avoiding false speech, and avoiding taking intoxicants -is also a base for the practice.
Understanding of the Eightfold Path is helpful. Not in terms of reciting or scholarly knowledge, but when hearing reference to the path, there is some recognition.
Understanding that there is no theistic belief system in Buddhism – that fixed views lead to suffering. Instead of thinking we know, we realize that this moment there is change.
Since there is change, there is uncertainty about whether what we believe is ultimately true.
Understanding that the Buddhist path is not to hold onto fixed views, but continuous practice.
Dhamma coaching is from the perspective of spiritual friendship – kalyanamitta.Buddhist Life Coach
From the perspective that four out of five ways to attain liberation has to do with sharing the Dhamma – hearing the Dhamma, teaching the Dhamma, repeating the Dhamma, and reflecting on the Dhamma (the fifth is meditative absorption).
In coaching, we share and reflect on the Dhamma, so that it may lead us to liberation.
Dana – generosity
Dhamma coaching is founded on generosity and giving – dana – to allow anyone to receive the benefits of moving forward on their path (and their life) by the generous acts of others.
When you receive a coaching session, it is supported by the generosity of others.
If you would like to support others in receiving Dhamma coaching, please contact Meyubi to hear about how to donate for others to benefit.
The Dhamma Coach
Calle Hunefalk is a Dhamma practitioner for many years, working as a life coach in Denmark.
If you have visited or attended a retreat at the Amaravati Buddhist Monastery in the UK, you might have met him. Calle practises in the Theravada (Thai Forest) tradition Ajahn Chah and studies the suttas directly to cultivate a full understanding of the Buddha’s teachings.
There are many people in the world practicing the Buddhist Path without a teacher nearby. Perhaps with families or other life situations that prevent them from traveling to find a teacher. People who know dhukkha – suffering and unsatisfactoriness – and have begun their work on the path to freedom from dhukkha.
Dhamma coaching is provided from a place of intuitive awareness – of not-knowing – to let the answers reveal themselves in the process, so that they can progress on the path to liberation.