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    March 2007

    DATEVENUEACTIVITIES
    Mar 03Tzu Chi Foundation( Singapore )
    Blood Donation Drive



    The blood donation drive is back! You just need to spend about half an hour to save a life!

    The target this time is 200 bags.which is only the amount catered for one day usage in Singapore.

    So please come together with your friends and family members to support us!

    Do come as early as possible(always more crowded in the afternoon)

    Event :
    Blood Donation Drive
    Date :
    3 March 2007 (Sat)
    Time :
    11am-5pm
    Venue :
    Tzu Chi Jing Si Hall
    9, Elias Road (opposite Blk 782, Pasir Ris St 71)

    For more information or activities info of Tzu Chi, kindly click the following link: www.tzuchi.org.sg/main.html

    All are welcome
    Mar 04Kwan Yin Chan Lin Zen Meditation Centre
    New Year Fund Raising Dinner for the Building of a New Zen Centre



    For more information:-
    Website: Kwan Yin Chan Lin Zen Meditation Centre
    Email: kyclzen@singnet.com.sg
    Address: 203C Lavender Street Singapore 338763
    Telephone: 6392 0265
    Fax: 6392 4256

    All are welcome
    Mar 09
    &
    Mar 10
    Cinnamon Room, Novotel Clark Quay Shambhala (Singapore)
    SAKYONG MIPHAM RINPOCHE VISIT TO SINGAPORE


    PUBLIC TALK - Ruling Your World
    Date: Friday, March 9 2007
    Date: 7.30om - 9.30pm
    FREE ADMISSION

    MEDITATION WORKSHOP - including guided meditation and blessing
    Date: Saturday, March 10 2007
    Date: 10am - 5pm
    FREE ADMISSION - please pre-register to secure a place.

    Venue: Cinnamon Room
    Novotel Clark Quay
    177A River Valley Road
    Singapore

    For more information and registration log into www.shambhala.sg or email info@shambhala.sg or call +65 6562 0853

    In this PUBLIC TALK and workshop, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche will teach on how to apply the principles of Shambhala, an ancient Buddhist enlightened society, to living in our world today. The Shambhala teachings show us how to bring the wisdom of the Buddhist tradition into our lives and to contribute to a good society.

    During the MEDITATION WORKSHOP there will be further talks on Shambhala principles, meditation instruction, guided meditation, walking meditation and contemplation exercises lead by the Sakyong as well as a question and answer session.

    "We all have the ability to rule our own world and live with confidence. To do this, we need to use our daily lives to be strong as opposed to aggressive, and act with wisdom and compassion. When we begin to mix this ancient wisdom of rulership into our secular life, we have success - both spiritually and worldly".

    Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche bridges two worlds, East and West. Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche is the head of the Shambhala Buddhist lineage, spiritual director of Shambhala (a global network of meditation and retreat centers www.shambhala.org and the lineage holder of Naropa University in Boulder, the first Buddhist University in North America). He is author of Turning the Mind into an Ally and Ruling Your World. Born in India , raised in North America and educated in the traditional manner of a Rinpoche, he is the son of bestselling author and Buddhist pioneer Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche. www.mipham.org

    All are welcome
    Mar 09
    &
    Mar 10
    Dharma Drum Singapore


    Dharma Drum Singapore
    Email: ddrum@singnet.com.sg
    30 Mohamed Sultan Road
    #04-00 Lam Ann Building
    Singapore 238974
    Tel: 6735 5900
    Fax: 6735 8900


    All are welcome
    Mar 13
    to
    Mar 22
    Fairy POint Chalets 6 & 7. by Vipassana Meditation Centre (Singapore)
    Dhamma talks and 10 Day Vipassana Meditation Retreat



    You are cordially invited to attend the Dhamma talks at Fairy Point Chalet No 6 (see attached location map)to be conducted by Ovadacariya Sayadaw U Panditabhivamsa from 13 Mar to 21 Mar daily from 8pm to 9pm.

    Launch of Dhamma Book
    In conjunction with the retreat , we are launching a Dhamma book entitled "The Practical Way to Nibbana based on Mahasatipatthana Sutta" on 13 Mar 07. Books are available for FREE distribution at Chalet No 6 during the retreat period. Alternatively you may wish to obtain a copy @ VMC premises after the retreat.

    10 Day Vipassana Meditation Retreat

    Date : 13 Mar to 22 Mar 07
    (check in on 12 Mar @ 8pm)
    Teacher : Ovadacariya Sayadaw U Panditabhivamsa
    Venue : Fairy POint Chalets 6 & 7
    Fees: By Donation
    Location Map:
    click here
    Registration is required

    Pls log on to our website @ http://vmc128.8m.com for details.

    All are welcome
    Mar 13Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services
    Sutra Selected from Early Mahayana Buddhism - Vimalakirtinirdesa Sutra (in Mandarin)



    Date : commencing on 13 March 2007, Every Tuesday
    Time : 7.30 pm to 9.30pm
    Topic : Sutra Selected from Early Mahayana Buddhism - Vimalakirtinirdesa Sutra (in Mandarin)
    Venue : Yen Pei Building, Level 1, Memorial Hall
    105 Punggol Road, Singapore 546636

    This course is free of charge. All are welcome. Registration forms can be obtained at

    Fu Hui Library
    105 Punggol Road,
    Singapore 546636

    or register online at http://www.bcc.org.sg/showform8.php

    For enquiries, please call 6489 8161 ext. 41 or email dharma.ed@bcc.org.sg

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Mar 17
    to
    Mar 18
    Karma Choying Kunkyab Ling (Yeo's Building). By Karma Choying Kunkyab Ling
    4th Dharma Camp - The Heart Sutra




    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Mar 18
    to
    Apr 22
    Buddhist Fellowship
    Rahula College

    Rahula College is commencing its second term for 2007; details as follows:

    Term 1 18 March to 22 April 2007 (EVERY SUNDAY)
    Duration : 1 term = 6 sessions
    Fee : $20/- per term
    Requirement : Buddhist Fellowship members only
    Registration : Buddhist Fellowship office

    P1 to P6 - class starts from 11am to 12 noon

    Sec Level - classs starts from10am to 11am

    As we are moving to 9 Chwee Chian Road in mid April, there may be some disruptions to the class schedule in April.

    All are WELCOME

    Mar 18Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services
    Healthcare Talk : How to Live with Good Health (in Mandarin)



    Date : 18th March 2007 (Sunday)
    Time : 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
    Topic : How to Live with Good Health (in Mandarin)
    Speaker : Dr Loi Jit Ann
    Venue : Yen Pei Building, Memorial Hall
    105 Punggol Road, Singapore 546636
    Registration : To attend the talk can be made online at http://www.bcc.org.sg/showform7.php or at
    Fu Hui Library
    105 Punggol Road Singapore 546636
    Email: dharma.ed@bcc.org.sg
    Website : http://www.sbws.org.sg
    For enquiries :Please call : 6489 8161 (ext. 41)

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Mar 31Dharma Resonance
    Let's Sing Together:
    Using Buddhist Hymns to Create Beautiful Dharma Moments




    Website: http://www.dharmaresonance.com/gallery/index.htm
    or SMS 9693 7972

    [Snap shots ][Music Clips ][Video Clips ]



    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.




     

    April 2007

    DATEVENUEACTIVITIES
    Apr 6, 8, 28, 29Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall Level 1. By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Vesak Celebration 2551: Lotus Folding Seasion




    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 06
    to
    Apr 27
    Mangala Vihara Temple
    Vipassana Meditation for Beginners and Retreat



    We are pleased to invite you,family members and friends who are keen to learn meditation to attend this course organise specially for beginners. Detail is as follows:

    No of lessons: 4 plus 1practical session (weekend retreat)
  • Lesson 1-how to do sitting meditatiom
  • Lesson 2-how to do walking meditation
  • Lesson 3-how to overcome difficulties and hindrances in meditation
  • Lesson 4- how to apply meditation to your daily life

    Teacher: Ven Cittara from Myammar
    Language: English
    Date: Every Friday on 6,13 ,20 and 27 April.
    Time:7.30pm-9.30pm( pl come in at 7.15pm for registration as class will start punctually at 7.30pm)
    Retreat will be held on 27 and 28 April (detail will be given later after lesson 1)
    Venue: Mangala Vihara Temple,Level 2, 30 Jalan Eunos( at traffic light junction in front of Eunos MRT station)
    Fee: Free

    Registration: Please register with sis vivien khoo at viviensng@yahoo.com with your name and contact no.

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

  • Apr 07
    &
    Apr 08
    Workshops at the Buddhist Library and Seminar at Tai Pei Buddhist Centre. By Buddhist Library , The
    Workshop: 1) The Buddhist cosmology & the modern astronomical findings
    Workshop: 2) The Buddha – A psychologist also!
    Seminar: Bridging Science & Spirituality


    Date: 7 April 2007 (Saturday)
    Time: 4pm to 6pm
    Venue: 2 concurrent workshops at the
    Buddhist Library
    2, Lorong 24A Geylang,
    Singapore 398526.
    Tel: 67468435

    Workshop 1
    Time: 4pm to 6pm
    Topic: The Buddhist cosmology & the modern astronomical findings
    Moderator: Dr. Chandana Jayaratne

    Workshop 2
    Time: 4pm to 6pm
    Topic: The Buddha – A psychologist also!
    Moderator: Dr. Jeffrey Po


    Maximum workshop size : 30 participants
    Objective : A free flow discussion workshop that allows participants to express opinions and views that relate Buddhism to modern scientific findings and the field of psychology

    *************


    Date: 8 April 2007 (Sunday)
    Time: 8.30am to 4.30pm
    Venue: Seminar at Tai Pei Buddhist Centre
    2, Lavender Street,
    Singapore 338823
    Topic 1 : “Science & Buddhism” by Dr. Chandama Jayaratne
    Topic 2 : “You are the centre of the universe: Ecology and evolutionary consciousness from an integral Buddhist perspective” by Mr. Alan Oliver
    Topic 3 : “Transforming Dukkha” by Ven. B. Dhammaratana
    Topic 4 : “Technology of Happiness” by Ven. S. Dhammika

  • 8.30am - Participants and guests arrive
  • 8.45am - Welcome address by organizing chairman Dr. Jeffrey Po
  • 8.50am - Homage to the Triple Gems
  • 9.00am - Opening address by President of Buddhist Research Society, Mr. Ken Gn
  • 9.15am - Address by Spiritual Advisor to Buddhist Research Society, Ven. B. Dhammaratana
  • 9.45am - Tea Break
  • 10.00am - Presentation 1: “Science & Buddhism” by Dr. Chandama Jayaratne
  • 10.45am - Presentation 2: “You are the centre of the universe: Ecology and evolutionary consciousness from an integral Buddhist perspective” by Mr. Alan Oliver
  • 11.30am - Dana for Venerables and lunch
  • 1.00pm - Presentation 3: “ Transforming Dukkha” by Ven. B. Dhammaratana
  • 1.45pm - Presentation 4: “Technology of Happiness” by Ven. S. Dhammika
  • 2.30pm - Q & A
  • 4.00pm - Tea Break & Fellowship
  • 4.30pm - Farewell

    Presenters’ Profile :

    Venerable B. Dhammaratana
    Founder and Spiritual Advisor to the Buddhist Research Society and the Buddhist Library, Singapore, and author of many books relating to Buddhism.


    Venerable S. Dhammika
    Spiritual Advisor to Buddha Dhamma Mandala Buddhist Society, Singapore, and author of many books such as “Good Questions, Good Answers” and “A Guide to Buddhism A to Z”.

    Prof. K. P. S. Chandana Jayaratne
    Senior lecturer in Physics, University of Colombo and Consultant on Astronomy and Space Science, Arthur C. Clarke Institute for Modern Technologies.

    Dr. Jeffrey Po
    Counselling psychologist and Secretary of the Buddhist Research Society, author of “The Buddhist Companion” and resident writer for “For You – Information” magazine.

    Mr. Alan Oliver
    Programme Director of The Asoka Centre for Buddhist Studies and External Masters Degree Programme Manager for the World Buddhist University, Bangkok.

    Fees:
    (a) $30 per person for both Workshop & Seminar
    (b) $25 per person for early bird registration before 25 Feb 2007
    (c) $25 per person for group registration of 5 or more
    (d) $15 per person for students
    (e) $10 per person for Saturday Workshop only

    Please contact the Buddhist Library for details.

    The Buddhist Library
    2 Lorong 24A Geylang
    Singapore 398526
    Tel : 67468435
    Fax : 67417689



    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

  • Apr 07
    Every Satruday
    6.00pm
    Buddhist Fellowship
    Moonlight With Soracco




    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 15, 22
    May 06 , 13
    Awareness Place Well Being. By Youth Ministry Dharma Propagation Division Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    *w*s*d*p presents
    Y_Cultivation: Weekend Dharma Practice

  • Are you curious about what Buddhism is all about?
  • Are you looking to start studying and practicing Buddhism?
  • Have you been attending *w*s*d*p and wonder what is the next step?

    These 4 sessions are specifically designed for those who are new to Buddhism. The basics of Buddhism will be introduced and a simple puja (a Pali word meaning prayers) will be taught.

    Come and experience for yourself the transformative impact of Buddhism with Sylvia Bay.

    Recommended for: All who are new or curious about Buddhism or *w*s*d*p participant

    Requirement : Priority will be given to those who can attend all 4 sessions

    Day : Sunday
    Date : 15th & 22nd April and 06th & 13th May
    Time : 9.30am – 12pm
    Venue : Awareness Place Well Being
    Blk 231 Bain Street,
    Bras Basah Complex,
    Level 3 #03-39
    Registration & Enquiries :
    6849 5346 | 9004 8440 | billy@yahoo.com
    Strictly by registration only

    Organized by Youth Ministry Dharma Propagation Division
    Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    6849 5346 | youth@yahoo.com | www.kmspks.org/youth

    Synopsis
    Lecture 1 -- Historical evolution of Buddhism
    This lecture seeks to provide an overview on how Buddhism has evolved over 2500 years into what it is today. The issues covered include who was the historical Buddha? How did Buddhism spread from India to the rest of Asia? Why are there the various traditions? And what are the similarities and differences of the different schools?

    Lecture 2 -- Essence of the Dhamma
    The key tenets of the Buddha's teaching are the 4 Noble Truths and the 8 Fold Path. These are not just words. Realisation of the Dhamma would require a deep understanding and appreciate of how these Truths operate in the everyday life reality.

    Lecture 3 -- Reality as it really is
    An attempt is made here to paint the Buddha's perspective of the world as he sees it, as opposed to the world that we are familiar with.

    Lecture 4 -- Practice for the lay person
    This lecture seeks to offer suggestions on how one who leads a secular life could still practise walking the spiritual path as prescribed by the Buddha and enjoy the peace and happiness that come with understanding the Dhamma.

    About the Speaker
    Sylvia Bay has nine years of formal education in Buddhism and holds a BA (Hons) in Buddhist Studies from Buddhist & Pali University of Sri Lanka. She has been teaching Dhamma for 5yrs at Mangala Vihara and gives regular Dhamma talks at the invitation of various Buddhist organisations in Singapore, such as Tisarana and Buddhist Fellowship. Sylvia also holds a Masters Degree in International Public Policy.

    *w*s*d*p, is a weekly spiritual & personal development programme offering talks or workshops on what are basic Buddhist teachings and they can be applied in our everday life. Topics covered include meditation, well-being, handling anger, meaning of life, etc.

    For details of our upcoming sessions, visit www.kmspks.org/youth

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

  • Apr 19
    &
    20
    Oddiyana Ka-Nying Buddhist Centre and Lain Shan Shuang Lin Monastery
    Public Dharma Talk by Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche




    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 20
    to
    Apr 29
    Yeo's Building. By Karma Dongnga Yenpei Buddhist Society
    Lama Norla Empowerment & Thousand Offering




    Karma Dongnga Yenpei Buddhist Society
    111 North Bridge Road,
    #27 - 01 Peninsula Plaza
    S'pore 179098


    Contact:
    Lee Cheng
    Mobile:
    91373387
    Email:
    lz_lim@yahoo.com.sg

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 22
    &
    Apr 29
    Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall. By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Q&A Session and Refuge Taking Ceremony



    The Meaning of Taking Refuge in the Triple Gem and the Five Precepts with Ven Chuan Guan

  • How does one commit to become a Buddhist and embark on the training path towards Enlightenment?
  • What is the taking of refuge in the Triple Gem and Five Precepts?
  • What are the benefits of taking refuge?
  • ave you recently taken refuge or are considering so?

    Join Ven Chuan Guan for a Q&A session on the Meaning of Taking Refuge in the Triple Gem and the Five Precepts.


    Date : Sunday, 22 April 2007
    Time : 2.00pm to 3.30pm
    Venue : Classroom 1 Level 1, Ven Hong Choon Memorial Hall Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Registration or Enquiries : Please call Billy at 6849 5346 or billy@kmspks.org


    About the Speaker
    Venerable Chuan Guan was born in Singapore and graduated from NTU Computer Engineering in 1997. After attending a meditation retreat in Fa Yun Monastery (New Mexico, United States), he decided to renounce in 2002. He then stayed in the monastery and studied Mahayana Buddhism and the Theravada Pali Canon for more than 3 years, during which, he received his higher ordination becoming a fully ordained monk (Bhikkhu) in 2003. He is currently residing in Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery.

    Register for Refuge Taking Ceremony
    Date :Sunday, 29 April 2007
    Time : 1.30pm
    Venue :Hall of Great Compassion Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

    Organized by: Youth Ministry, Dharma Propagation Division, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Admission :Strictly by registration only
    Registration : Registration is for those who are 10 years old and above
    To register, please call 6849 5300 from 830am to 430pm daily
    Note: The ceremony is conducted in Mandarin. The Youth Ministry staff will be at hand to offer basic translation if you require it.

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

  • Apr 23
    to
    Jul 09

    ( Every Monday )

    7.30pm
    to
    9.00pm
    By Singapore Buddhist Federation
    Insight Meditation


    Guided by Venerable Chuan Ren, based on the Four Foundation Of Mindfulness.

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 25Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall. By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Public Dharma Talk by Venerable Hyon Gak Sunim



    Date: 25th April 2007 (Wednesday) Free Admission
    Time: 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    Venue: Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall
    Hall of No Form 4th FloorM
    88 Bright Hill Road Singapore
    For enquiries: 6849 5300
    Website: www.kmspks.org
    Email: SEMD@kmspks.org

    Outside, everybody wants something: money, food, sex, sleep, fame, social acceptance... All day, every day we are spending a great deal of energy in getting these things. But we cannot get these things.

    And even if we "do," they cannot be kept for long MEANWHILE, every moment, we are getting closer and closer to physical death.

    But INSIDE. INSIDE. INSIDE.What is inside: "What am I?" Come and find it out!You may be surprised at how much you don't understand about yourself!

    Biography of Speaker

    Venerable Hyon Gak Sunim was born Paul Muenzen in 1964 to a family of devout Catholics in New Jersey, U.S.A. His mother is a PhD in biochemistry, and his father was an executive at a prominent American computer company, and later founded his own company. He has eight brothers and sisters. He is currently the Head Teacher of the Zen hall at 500 year-old Hwa Gye Sah Temple in the Sam Gak Sahn Mountain range, outside Seoul, South Korea. In August 2001, he received inka, certifying his enlightenment, by Zen Master Seung Sahn the 78th Patriarch in a lineage stretching back to Shakyamuni Buddha.

    Educated in philosophy and literature at Yale University (Class of 1987) and comparative religions at Harvard Divinity School ('92), Ven. Hyon Gak Sunim was ordained in 1992 in the temple of the Sixth Patriarch, Nam Hwa Sah Temple on Chogye Mountain in Guangzhou , People's Republic of China: he was the first Westerner to be ordained in China since the Communist Revolution. (The name he received from Zen Master Seung Sahn, "Hyon Gak," means "endlessly profound enlightenment.") He received Bikkhu precepts at the Diamond Altar of Tong Do Sah Temple in Korea, one of the most sacred sites in the nation, and has been doing training in various remote mountain places, including 3 intensive 100-day solo retreats and some 15 group 3-month intensive meditation retreats .

    He has compiled and edited several of Zen Master Seung Sahn's books, including "The Whole World is a Single Flower (Tuttle, 1992)","The Compass of Zen (Shambhala Publications, 1997)", "Only Don't Know (Shambhala, revised 1999)", and, most recently, "Wanting Enlightenment is a Big Mistake (Shambhala, 2006)".

    He also translated the 500 year-old classic of So Sahn Dae Sa , "The Mirror of Zen (Shambhala, 2007)", into English for the first time. Ven. Hyon Gak Sunim is also the author of the Korean bestseller, "From Harvard to Hwa Gye Sah Temple", which has been one of the best-selling books in the Republic of Korea for the last five years. To date, it has sold over 1,000,000 copies, and translations are planned for Chinese and Japanese. It is a very personal, at times very humorous tale of his life in America, his fundamental questions about the nature of human existence haunting him from childhood through years of Catholic school education, through schooling in philosophy and literature at Yale and Harvard, to his becoming a monk under one of the leading Zen teachers of our time. The book is widely credited with leading a revival in interest in Korean Buddhism.

    He donated all of the royalties from this bestseller to his teacher, Great Zen Master Seung Sahn, to help build Mu Sang Sah Temple in Kye Ryeong Sahn Mountain.

    Ven. Hyon Gak Sunim is also the editor or translator of several best-selling translations into Korean of Zen Master Seung Sahn's English-language books.

    Presently, as the Head Teacher of the Seoul International Zen Center at Hwa Gye Sah Temple , he is Zen Master Seung Sahn's official representative at the Head Temple. He leads three-month intensive retreats twice annually, and is much in demand as a public speaker throughout Korea, Asia, and many parts of the West.

    The former Buddhist Chaplain at Harvard University, Ven. Hyon Gak Sunim has given public talks at Harvard University, Yale University, Oxford University, Columbia University, New York University, Brown University, Universite de Paris, University of London, among many others, in addition to colleges, divinity schools, and countless temples throughout Korea.

    Recently he has attempted to return to the mountains to deepen his enlightenment experience in solitude.



    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.

    Apr 28
    to
    May 08
    Foo Hai Cha’n Monastery. By Shwedagon Society (Singapore)
    THE ESSENCE OF BUDDHA ABHIDHAMMA COURSE(Part 1) in English


    Organised by : Shwedagon Society (Singapore)
    Conduct by : Dr. Mehm Tin Mon Saddhhama Jotikadhaja, Ph.D
    [Professor, International Theravada Buddhist Missionary University]
    President, International Pa-Auk Forest Buddha Sasana Centres

    An opportunity to understand this profound teaching, “Buddha Abhidhamma.” Please sign up for this course. Limited to 120 persons only.

    Biography of Speaker

    Dr. Mehm Tin Mon hold a Ph.D in Chemistry from the University of Illinois.(USA) His English is impeccable. A much sought after Dhamma teacher in Myanmar. A teacher with in depth knowledge of Buddha’s Teaching, who is able to bring this profound teaching of Buddha Abhidhamma and reach to everyone. His lecture will be very informative and enjoyable.

    Dr. Mon says, ”Not to worry and everyone will understand the Abhidhamma very quickly.”

    Buddha Abhidhamma is regarded as the Supreme Philosophy and Psychology of The Buddha.

    As Dr. Mehm said, “It is indeed a very profound and scientific teaching of the Buddha. It explains all the discourses of the Buddha very clearly in terms of Ultimate Realities. Actually, we all can understand all the teachings of the Buddha very vividly in depth only when we can grasp the essence of Buddha Abhidhamma. To understand the teachings of the Buddha in depth is the most beneficial thing in life.” He calls Abhidhamma knowledge, the most valuable knowledge in life.

    The Abhidhamma Classes Programme - Part 1 (26 hours)

    Lesson Date Day Time
    01 28th.April. 2007 Saturday 6:00pm to 9:00pm
    02 29th.April. 2007 Sunday 6:00pm to 9:00pm
    03 30th.April. 2007 Monday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    04 1st. May. 2007 Tuesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    05 2nd. May. 2007 Wednesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    06 3rd. May. 2007 Thursday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    07 4th. May. 2007 Friday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    08 5th. May. 2007 Saturday 6:00pm to 9:00pm
    09 6th. May. 2007 Sunday 6:00pm to 9:00pm
    10 7th. May. 2007 Monday 7:00pm to 9:00pm
    11 8th. May. 2007 Tuesday 7:00pm to 9:00pm

    Venue : Foo Hai Cha’n Monastery
    87, Geylang East, Avenue 2
    Singapore 389753
    For registration please contact : email : abhidhamma.class@yahoo.com
    Mr. Sam Tan Hp : 93866718
    Email: samtan88@singnet.com.sg
    Mr. Andrew Chua Hp : 96906306
    Email: correggio@singnet.com.sg

    All are WELCOME . Admission is FREE.




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