One day Meditation Retreat @ PMT.Saturday.8am~5pm Please log on to www.pmt.org.sg or call 6466 0785 for details.
Attending Kathina @ SBM.Sunday.10am
Bodhi Kids 5th teachers' meetup @ BL.Sunday.1pm
Meditation class @ Metta Welfare Association.Sunday.730pm~930pm
. . . → Read More: z20101111 Coming soon … Akan Datang … 即将来临 …
2010 Nov 13, One Day Meditation Retreat @ PMT
Join us in this one day simple small group meditation, where we will practice mindfulness, breathing and walking meditation. Only for those who have interest, effort and time.
0745am ~ 0800am – Registration 0800am ~ 1100am – Morning session (Briefing 0800am ~ 0830am) 1100am ~ . . . → Read More: z20101113 One Day Meditation Retreat @ PMT
What is the Heart Sutra?
The Heart Sutra is one of the most common sutra recited in temples and monasteries worldwide. While being the shortest, at 260 Chinese characters, it expounds deep and profound teachings of Emptiness as taught by the Buddha.
. . . → Read More: z201009 Sep ~ Oct Heart Sutra Workshop @ the Buddhist Library
We have moved!
The weekly Group Practice will be held at Buddhist Librar:
Weekly Group Practice Venue: Buddhist Library, 2-4 Geylang Lor 24A Date: Every Wednesday Time: 7:30pm ~ 9:30pm
Puja – Chanting (~15mins) Meditation (15mins) Dharma talk & discussion (1hour) Q&A (20mins) Closing Puja – Dedication
For a while now, whenever I am invited for a meal at my parents’ place, I would play a little game with my niece and nephews. I would give them a cookie or bread or something, but before I give them, I would hover infront of their mouth and count to them “One, … Two, . . . → Read More: One, … Two, … Three …. Yum! or learning to wait
Hope the new year is treating you well. I just came back from a three month retreat and thought I’ll share something here. (Strictly speaking, because of immigration requirements and some talk engagements I committed to, it was not a full three months! )
Below is an email excerpt I sent to fellow . . . → Read More: Applying meditation skills to daily encounters
As though twins by birth, the Myanmar cyclone disaster is followed by this China earthquake disaster …
Let’s extend our prayers and meditation to them.
Today is not Mother’s day, nor is it Father’s day. It is also not my parent’s birthday. Least of all, it’s also not my birthday. Today, they accompanied me to run an errand to Funan. (Yes, sometimes monks also need stuffs … *grin*)
Here I am back in the monastery, after a meditation class/session with . . . → Read More: To my Mom and Dad! …
A brief on the chain of events leading to my ‘escape’ from Myanmar.
9th July – Arrived in Yangon, Myanmar. Travelled to Chanmyay Yeiktha Hmawbhi and registered for meditation retreat.
12th July – Started Formal Meditation Retreat.
30th July – Started Rains Retreat.
August – Happily Meditating and observing the rains.
September – Still Happily . . . → Read More: Escape from Myanmar
The significance of Vesak Day @ 25 May 2007 (Private talk, Maris Stella High School) Million Lotus Celebrations @25 ~ 26 May 2007 (Public, Ngee Ann City) NTU Buddhist Society Alumni Vesak Celebration @ 27 May 2007 (Alumnus & friends, Venue TBC) Dharma talk for Little India Vesak Celebration @ 29 May 2007 . . . → Read More: News: Upcoming talks and events