z201009 Sep ~ Oct Heart Sutra Workshop @ the Buddhist Library

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.



What is Emptiness and how can we apply it in our life today?
How do we recite this sutra and how can we change ourselves so that we can become happier?
Come join us for the Heart Sutra workshop and learn more!

Workshop Programme (conducted in English)

  • Puja
  • Recitation of Heart Sutra
  • (Learn to recite!)
  • Teachings
  • Discussion
  • Meditation
  • Dedication of Merits

Information & Registration

Email: buddhlib@singnet.com.sg
Tel: (65) 6746-8435


Date & Time

September 2010 to October 2010
(6 sessions)
Thursdays, 7:30pm to 9:30pm
9, 16, 23, 30 September
7, 14 October


The Buddhist Library
2, Lorong 24A, Geylang
Singapore 398526

Attendance By registration ONLY.

Closing Date 31st August 2010.

Updated Registration is now open and a fee of $20 / $30 (members / non-members) will be charged. All proceeds will go to the working fund of the Buddhist Library.

Conducting Venerable

Venerable Chuan Guan was ordained in 2002 under Master MiuKing (Master MiaoJing) and received his higher ordination in 2003. From 2002, he stayed in Fa Yun Monastery (New Mexico, United States) learning the sutras and practised meditation under the Mahayana Buddhist tradition while studying the Theravadin Pali Canon.  Returning to Singapore in 2006, he continued his learning and practices, residing in Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery till 2009.

Presently, he is residing in the Buddhist Library, while giving Dharma and meditation classes at the library and various Buddhist organisations.  He received his degree in Computer Engineering from Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and worked in the IT industry prior to monkhood.

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