Everything in Control?



Probably of the TV Channels only. 

We want to be in control of our life, computer settings, handphone settings, work, home…etc. How about our emotions and feelings? Are we in good control of them?

Learn to be in control of your emotions at the Sunday Group Cultivation.

This Group Cultivation happens every Sunday, where you will meet a group of like-minded people to share and discuss with the Venerable.

Date: Every Sunday

Time: 2pm – 3:30pm

Venue: Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall, Level 1, Classroom 5.

Free Admission for ALL AGES (no registration required ;))


• Puja – Short Pali puja + Heart Sutra (in mandarin, it’s easy!)
• Meditation – Short meditation
• Dharma sharing and discussion – Weekly themes with special topics on occasions
• Dedication

Please share with those whom you think will benefit from the session.

SBF + SBYM 周日班老师培训课 “心经在心中” – 传观法师 (Part 1)

Had a Dharma talk @ SBYM (新加坡青年弘法團) on 10 Nov 2013.
Below is the recording.

SBF + SBYM 周日班老师培训课- “心经在心中” – 传观法师

Part 1 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=amiiG0PeXTQ

Part 2 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vCXry4VCXRY

Part 3 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iGLXlgPGGxs

Eight Schools of Thought ~ A Dharma Teaching Series by Venerable Fa Guang @ pmt

Eight Schools of Thought ~ A Dharma Teaching Series by Venerable Fa Guang @ Poh Ming Tse

6 June ~ 27 June Every Wednesday.

A brief overview of the 8 schools of thought based on the reading of “The Essentials Of The Eight Traditions" by Gyonen

The Essentials of the Eight Schools gives a concise account of the history and doctrines of the eight principal Buddhist schools in existence in Japan at the time of the author, i.e. the six schools which were introduced to Japan during the Nara Period and the two schools introduced by Saicho and Kukai during the Heian Period. This work may thus be described as an introduction to Japanese Buddhism.

The eight traditions / schools

  1. Kusha
  2. Jojitsu
  3. Ritsu
  4. Hosso
  5. Sanron
  6. Tendai
  7. Kegon
  8. Singon (Main study of the class)
  9. Zen
  10. Jodo

You will bring back with you some Japanese languages and terms at the end of the class.

About Venerable Shi Fa Guang

Venerable Fa Guang was born in Malacca. He is ordained under Master Miao Hua and trained under him in the Chinese Mahayana tradition for many years. Presently, he is residing in Minato-ku, Tokyo and is pursuing his PhD in Buddhism (focusing on the Brahmanet Bodhisattva vows) at Komazawa University.

When he returns to Malaysia and Singapore, he shares his Dharma experience with the Buddhist communities through insightful talks, rousing their inquisitive minds.

He is well-versed in many languages (English, Chinese, Japanese, Teochew, Hokkien etc.). Venerable is able to present the profound Buddha's teachings in ways which people of all walks of life can easily relate to.

Brahma Net Sutra Bodhisattva Vows ~ Dharma Talk by Ven. Fa Guang

Introduction on Bodhisattva Precepts

Monastics observed the basic moral code in Buddhism, but in the Mahayana tradition, monks would additionally observe the Bodhisattva Precepts on top of the existing code. In Japanese Buddhism, new
monastic community was set up using the Bodhisattva Precepts exclusively.

Date : Thursday ~ 25 August, 15 September and 22 September
Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm
Place: Poh Ming Tse Temple
438 Dunearn Road Singapore 289613

Dharma Series by Venerable Shi Fa Guang
Shi Fa Guang studied at Komazawa University, Japan. He received his bachelor of Arts(Buddhism) in March 2007. He further received his Master of Arts (Buddhism) in March 2009 from the same university and will be completing his PhD in March 2012

Ven.Faguang’s emphasis on Buddhism’s grounded practicality shines clearly for any open-minded seeker.

For any Enquires, Plez contact:
Su Hylan Ko 81619740
Phua Guo Wei 97971963

Cremation Ceremony of a Dharma Master, Master Long Gen 隆根长老荼毗(火化)大典

On 15th June 2011, Master Long Gen passed away.  Known for his life long work and effort in Buddhist education, he has left us and on 24th June 2011, a cremation ceremony and puja service was conducted in his honour.  At 1145am, when the puja service was about to begin, a halo of light appeared around the sun.  Below is a newspaper cutting that captured what was seen as an auspicious aura, an auspicious ring of light in the sky, seen from Leng Foong Prajna Temple.


For many, such a sight is indeed inspiring!

Being inspired, let us go learn about the teachings shared by late Master Long Gen, so that we may learn the Buddha’s teaching through his sharing.

nThrough this learning, let us practise. Through the practice, let us realise the way things truly are. Through such realisation, let us attain to Nibbana!

In this way, let us we honour the late Master Long Gen.

Newspaper scan by Yeo Kia Liang … I decided to crop out the other unrelated news and post the sharing I gave yesternight at Buddhist Union. Suki hontu! ^_^