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    May 2016

    Apr 30
    May 27
    By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Vesak Celebration 2561BE

    Vesak Celebration Details

  • Join us on 6 May for the Light Transference Ceremony and Aspiration-Making. The ceremony represents the light of wisdom (sharing of the truth) shining to every direction of the world to dispel the darkness of ignorance.

  • 3 Steps 1 Bow is a form of practice to help purify our mind, humble the ego and lessen obstacles along the path as one repents past misdeeds and aspires towards spiritual improvement.

  • The bathing of the Baby Siddartha is one of the activities associated with Vesak Day and re-enacts the Prince being bathed by Celestial Dragons at birth. It is to expression our determination to purify one’s body and mind by “washing” away our spiritual defilements.

    All are welcome
  • May 03
    May 07
    By Fu Hui Buddhist Cultural Centre @ Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services
    Vesak Celebration 2561 BE

    Dates :
    May 03 to May 07
    Venue :
    Singapore Buddhist Welfare Services, Shrine Hall
    105 Punggol Road S(546636)
    (diagonally opposite Punggol Park, adjacent to Sengkang Fire Station)
    Location Map:

    For enquiries please email or call 6489 8161.

    Free admission. All are welcome.

    All are welcome
    May 06
    May 27
    By BF West. By Buddhist Fellowship
    Vesak Celebration 2561 BE: Bhante Buddharakkhita teaching

    Register at Evenbrite @
    Vesak Retreat

    Sutta discussion

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome
    May 06
    May 07
    Next to Jurong East MRT Station, Big Box Level 3 Event Hall. By BW Monastery
    Vesak Celebration 2017

    Aupicious Vesak Day

    Each morning, we are born again

    What we do today, is what matters most


    1 Venture Ave, Singapore 608521 Singapore

    Next to Jurong East MRT Station, Big Box Level 3 Event Hall.

    For more information :

    30 Lorong 27 Geylang #03-01/02 Citiraya Centre Singapore 388164 (Office)
    No. 1 Woodlands Drive 16 Singapore 737764 (Monastery)
    Phone: T: +65 6547 1580
    Website: |

    All are welcome
    May 07
    May 10
    By BF West. By Buddhist Fellowship
    Vesak Celebration 2561 BE

    Venue: BF West

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome
    May 07
    May 10
    ALJUNIED MRT OPEN GROUND . By Amitabha Buddhist Centre
    Vesak Celebration 2017

    Led by our resident teacher and the abbot of Kopan Monastery and Nunnery, Khen Rinpoche Geshe Chonyi, together with the Sangha of Kopan Monastery

    Amitabha Buddhist Centre proudly presents our 20th YEAR of celebrating the Buddha’s conception, enlightenment and parinirvana at the Aljunied MRT Open Ground.

    We welcome all to join us for the precious opportunity to accumulate vast oceans of merit through a wide range of meaningful Dharma activities and to receive the blessings of the Buddha.

    Celebration Highlights
  • Magnificent 50 x 30 ft. Amitabha Buddha Pure Land thangka on display
  • Free giveaways: Wish-fulfilling coin tokens specially blessed with prayers for happiness and good fortune

    Five pujas available for your sponsorship:
  • TARA PUJA to swiftly accomplish all wishes – 7 May, 4 pm
  • NAMGYALMA PUJA WITH 1,000 OFFERINGS for long life – 8 May, 4 pm
  • YAMANTAKA PACIFYING FIRE PUJA to overcome all obstacles – 9 May, 4 pm
  • MEDICINE BUDDHA PUJA to fulfil all wishes for health and success – 10 May, 9 am
  • WHITE DZAMBHALA WEALTH DEITY PUJA to create wealth and abundance – 10 May, 3 pm

    PLUS the popular VAJRAVIDARANA RITUAL FOR PACIFYING SICKNESS AND CONTAMINATION for powerful purification. Everyone can come to take part! – 10 May, from 9.30 am after Medicine Buddha Puja

    Don't miss our festival favourites with their amazing benefits: Nightly light offering and circumambulation, daily blessing ceremonies and Dharma talks by Khen Rinpoche Geshe Chonyi, bath offering to the infant Buddha, free Dharma books and CDs, and much, much more!

    How to sponsor pujas, oil lamps and flower offerings:
  • Donate here at:
  • Download a Sponsorship Form – fill up and mail us a form OR drop it off at our office with your sponsorship payment by 7 May
  • Visit us at the Vesak Celebration site at Aljunied from 7 – 10 May

    For the full programme, sponsorship form and more information, visit our website:

    All are welcome
  • May 09
    May 11
    By Buddhist Congress
    Chokyi Nyima Rinpoche
    Heart Sutra Teaching and Vesak Celebration

    No 35 Lorong 23 Geylang
    Eng Chuan Kong Soh Building #02-00
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    Email :
    Location :

    All are welcome
    May 10
    May 12
    By Buddhist Library
    2561 Vesak Day – Dhamma Talks by Prof Frank Hoffman

    Venue: The Buddhist Library
    Click here to Register.


    Topic: “Buddhist Ethics”
    Date: 10 May (Wed)
    Time: 3.30pm to 5.30pm

    This paper summarizes several Pali Buddhist sutta-s and shows the contributions these make to the Early Buddhist philosophical position on ethics. In “Discourse on the Lesser Analysis of Deeds” Buddhist views of social ethics are explained with reference to the varna (“caste”) system. The basic idea is that lowness and excellence results from what one does, not from being born into a particular caste. This is a contrast from the earlier brahmanical view, in which varna determined lowness or excellence. In “Discourse on Perfect View” elimination of the Three Hindrances of raga, dosa, and moha, translated below as greed, hatred, and confusion, are discussed. This last discourse is a cornerstone of Buddhist ethics and is of great significance for the experience of enlightenment. In “Discourse at Madhura” the view of the superiority of brahmins to others is rejected. In “Discourse to Sandaka” the loud-mouthed Sandaka obtains some basic instruction in Dhamma. In “Discourse on the Simile of the Cloth” Buddha said just like a dyer could dye and unclean cloth and make an unclearly dyed cloth, so a bad rebirth is expected when the mind is impure. On the contrary, a dyer dying a clean cloth gets a good result, and so a good rebirth is expected when the mind is pure.

    Topic: “Buddhist Cosmology in the Sattasuriyasutta”
    Date: 11 May (Thur)
    Time:9am to 5pm

    Religion, science, and Asian thought, when studied philosophically, intersect in ways that are understandable scientifically, philosophically, and religiously as shown in the Satta Suriya Sutta and in “The Sun” in the Anguttara Nikaya, two Early Buddhist texts. The value of doing philosophy this way is to highlight interdisciplinarity and include cultural otherness while advancing theory. Lessons of impermance, non-attachment, and the primacy of Buddhist doctrines are explained in these texts.

    Topic: “Understandings of Experience in Buddhism”
    Date: 12 May (Fri)
    Time:9am to 5pm

  • I. Explaining Experience on the Buddhist Empiricism Thesis
    The Buddhist empiricism thesis can best be understood as a form of apologetics for Buddhism. Apologetics admits of greater or lesser degrees of accuracy when viewed as exposition, and its main purpose is to defend and promote a religion. Judged accordingly, the Buddhist empiricism apologetic has met with some success insofar as it has called attention to the earliest recorded stratum of Buddhism. This attention is important in at least two ways. Historically, understanding early Buddhism is the sine qua non for understanding what counts as a change as Buddhism develops. Sociologically, for many educated people who have been exposed to both Eastern and Western cultural influences (especially in Sri Lanka) the attention to the Buddhist empiricism view has been an important way of attempting a synthesis of old and new. But viewed philosophically and with textual considerations in mind, the upshot of this discussion is that the Buddhist empiricism thesis is unsound.

  • II. The Experience of Belief In Buddhism In what follows I want to sketch an interpretation of Buddhism according to which it does not offer doctrines with are empirically false, on the one hand, or trivially true on the other. In doing so I take my cue from an earlier, and by now classic, paper by H.H. Price. For the exposition of Buddhism I take the Pali Nikayas, the single most significant collection of texts in the Buddhist tradition. The wheel of karma and rebirth is a cultural symbol deeply ingrained into the psyche of Buddhist peoples which enables them to regulate human relations and see sense in life as a whole rather that ‘just one thing after another’. To see this belief as reducible to bogus scientific explanation is in human terms, arrogant, and in logico-linguistic terms and unwarranted reduction of a complex ‘belief in’ to ‘belief that’. The question of whether early Buddhism, in particular, can be rightly called a form of empiricism is a subset of the question of whether any religion can rightly be called a form of empiricism. I think that the answer to both of these questions is that they cannot, but have focused upon the first question and not argued about the second one. I have assumed, rather than argued for, a distinction between scientific theories and synoptic metaphysical ones along the lines that Price gives. If my argument is right, then the Buddha was anti-speculative without being anti-metaphysical, and was indeed a synoptic metaphysician in Price’s sense.

  • III. Experiences of Conversion and Miracles
    This two-part thesis will be defended: (i) that including the concept of conversion and the concept of miracle in the concept of experience would make for a more adequate view of experience in Buddhism than otherwise, one that shows a difference between Buddhist claims and scientific empirical claims; (ii) that on the “family resemblance” idea of what it is to define experience, it turns out that conversion and miracle are two elements of a non-essentialist “family resemblance” definition of experience in Buddhism.

  • IV. Experiences of the Wheel of Rebirth as Explained in Buddhist Psychotherapeutic Analysis

    About Prof. Frank Hoffman
    John Koller in “Buddhist and Psychoanalytic Insights into the Self and Self Awareness” and Mark Epstein in Thoughts Without a Thinker are both successful in showing that there is a clear basis for meaningful comparison between Buddhism and psychotherapy in the wheel of rebirth without metaphysical language. ADP Kalansuriya in “The Logical Grammar of the Word ‘Rebirth’ in the Buddhist Paradigm: A Philosophical Sketch” similarly explains that dhamma-talk is rightly construed as ethical language without metaphysical language. On the interpretations above by Koller, Epstein, and Kalasuriya neither Buddhism nor psychotherapy have to interpret karma and rebirth as metaphysical in order for their language of attitude adjustment (in psychotherapy) or meditation and ethics (in Buddhism) to help humankind.

    All are welcome
  • May 10Full moon in May


    Today in the year 2561 ( BE ), Buddhists throughout the world celebrate the birth,the enlightenment and the passing away to parinibanna of Gautama Buddha on Vesak Day. Send a Buddhist webcard to your friends by clicking here

    "A unique Being, an extraordinary Man
    arises in this world for the benefit of the many,
    for the happiness of the many,
    out of compassion for the world,
    for the good, benefit,
    and happiness of gods and men.

    Who is this Unique Being?
    It is the Tathagata, the Exalted,
    Fully Enlightened One."

    - Anguttara Nikaya PT. 1, XII P.22.

    May 14
    May 21
    By Vipassana Meditation Centre ( Singapore )
    8 Days Meditation Retreat

    251 Lavender Street
    Singapore 338789.
    Tel: 6 445 3984
    Register at below link:

    All are welcome
    May 20Singapore Indoor Stadium. By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery

    Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery (KMSPKS) is organising Voices of Harmony concert to raise funds for the Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic. Happening on 20th May, the concert features performances by Abbot of KMSPKS, Venerable Sik Kwang Sheng, and Ani Choying.

    Date: 20 May 2017 (Sat)
    Time: 7.30pm
    Venue: Singapore Indoor Stadium
    Ticket prices: $108, $78, $58, $38, $18

    Find out more here.

    Since 1969, the Singapore Buddhist Free Clinic (SBFC) has helped relieve the suffering of the poor and needy through its provision of free Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) treatments.

    To enable SBFC to continue its 48 years of charity and indispensable service across its 7 centres today, the Voices of Harmony 2017 concert hopes to raise funds and awareness of the mission of SBFC.

    Voices of Harmony promises an exciting array of sacred world Buddhist music, soulful songs, dynamic dances and familiar tunes for everyone.

    Highlights include performances by Venerable Kwang Sheng and internationally acclaimed humanitarian, singer and UNICEF Nepal Ambassador, Ani Choying Drolma.

    In addition, young piano prodigy Niu Niu, will join us here in Singapore. Niu Niu had his first concert at 6 years old, and became a recording artist for EMI when he was 10. He has since performed at many prestigious halls across Europe, Asia and the United States.

    Accompanying the evening is a specially assembled East-Meets-West Orchestra, made up of musicians from various disciples, demonstrating unity and harmony as one.

    This evening of celebration will awaken the souls of our audiences and fill each heart with compassion as we invite you to be our source of strength and voice.

    All are welcome
    May 27
    Jun 07
    Phuket Marriott Resort & Spa Phuket Patong Kathu 99 Muen-Ngoen Tri-Trang Beach, Phuket Thailand. By Bodhinyana Singapore
    Ajahn Brahm Executive Retreat in Phuket (Choice of Short or Long)

    Register @ Eventbrite

    All are welcome
    May 27
    May 28
    Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery and Labrador Nature Reserve Singapore (car park B). By Fire Flymission and Buddha Dhamma Foundation
    Mindfulness in Daily Life Workshop (MDL) with Bhante Aggacitta

    * Please take note of different venue for Saturday's Workshop and Sunday's MDL Practice.

    Mindfulness in Daily Life (MDL) Workshop

    Date: May 27, 2017 (Sat)
    Venue for Saturday: Ven Hong Choon Memorial Hall,
    Room 9, Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery,
  • 8:15am. Registration
  • 8.45am. Puja
  • 9:00am. Talk
  • 10:00am Mindfulness Practice
  • 10:30am Talk
  • 11:00am Mindfulness Practice
  • 11:30am Mindful Lunch
  • 13:00pm Talk
  • 13:30pm Mindfulness Practice
  • 14:30pm Mindful Break
  • 15:00pm Talk
  • 15:30pm Minfulness Practice
  • 16:30pm Q&A
  • 17:30pm Closing & transference of merits

    MDL in practice (Optional)

    Date: May 28, 2017 (Sun)
    Venue for Venue for Sunday: Labrador Nature Reserve Singapore (car park B)
  • 08:15. Gather at meeting point
  • 08:30. Talk on Mindfulness in practice
  • 09:00. Mindfulness in practice
  • 11:30. Sharing
  • 12:30. Closing & transference of merits

    Click here for more details

    Profile of Teacher :
    Bhante Aggacitta
    Bhante Aggacitta is a Malaysian bhikkhu ordained at the age of 25 by Bhaddanta Mahasi Sayadaw in Rangoon in 1979. He trained under Sayadaws U Pa??ita, U Tissara (Yankin Forest Monastery), U Aci??a (Pa Auk) and U Tejaniya (Shwe Oo Min).

    Besides practising meditation, he studied advanced Pali grammar under Sayadaw U Dhammananda at Wat Tamaoh, Thailand, and the Pali Tipi?aka in Myanmar, researching on its interpretation and practice until his return to Malaysia at the end of 1994.

    After a four-year solitary meditation retreat in Sarawak, he returned to West Malaysia in 1998 and since then has been investigating popular interpretations and practices of Buddhism in the light of the Pali scriptures, real life experiences and contemporary research findings. Using a critical yet constructive approach, he shares his findings with others to bring them closer to practical reality via his writings, sutta study with meditation workshops, meditation retreats and mindful hiking retreats.

    In 2000, he founded Sasanarakkha Buddhist Sanctuary (SBS) near Taiping, Perak, Malaysia.

    In 2012, Bhante Aggacitta was invited by the Theravada Buddhist Council of Malaysia to be one of the founding members of its Monastic Advisory Panel.

    All are welcome
  • May 27By Palelai Buddhist Temple
    One Day Meditation Retreat with Luang Phor BoonChu

    Date: 27/05/2017 (Saturday)
    Time: 10am-6pm
    Venue: Palelai Buddhist Temple
    49 Bedok Walk
    Singapore 469145
    Teacher: Luang Phor BoonChu (in Thai)
    Translator: Ajahn Dton (in English)
    Contact : Yu Yun 9639 0867
    FREE Registration :

    Luang Por Boonchu
    Luang Por Boonchu (54 vassa) was born in Ubon, Thailand in 1942. After being ordained for 2–3 years, *LP* practised under Ajahn Chah in Wat Nong Pah Pong and stayed there for next 16 years. Luang Por Boonchu is now the abbot of Wat Pah Bodhinyana ( Monastery with the floating Dhamma Hall ), the 8th branch monastery of Wat Nong Pah Pong.

    Luang Por Naret
    Luang Por Naret (31 Vassa) is the Abbot of Wat Pah Khor Wang (99th branch of Wat Pah Pong). LP practised under the late Venerable Ajahn Chah’s forest tradition. LP is widely respected and recognised role model from Sangha in northern Thailand and his monastery is also one of the Model Monastery there. Every year, Luang Phor conducts many retreats, dhamma talks and other charity drives for the society. More than 350 people are ordained under his guidance annually. He was conferred the title "Phrakhru" by Thai King in recognition for his contribution.

    All are welcome


    June 2016

    Jun 02
    Jun 04
    City Beach Resort, 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540. By Spiritual Group Cultivation
    Urban Retreat 5 : Refresh Your Body + Mind
    By Venerable Chuan Guan

    Retreat Details
    Venue: City Beach Resort, 8 Port Road, Singapore 117540
    Dates: 2 to 4 June 2017
    Duration: 3 days

    Option 1 : Stay-In (3D/2N)
    Registration : 8:30 am Fri, 2 June 2017
    Retreat : 9:00am Fri 2 June to 9:00pm Sun, 4 June 2017

    Option 2 : Stay-in (2D/1N)
    Registration : 8:30am Sat, 3 June 2017
    Retreat : 9:00am Sat, 3 June to 9:00pm Sun, 4 June 2017

    Option 3 : Stay-Out (Daily on 2, 3 and 4 June 2017)
    Registration : 8:30am
    Retreat : 9:00am to 9:00pm

  • Meditation session from 7:00-9:00pm on 4 June 2017 is optional.
  • Please note that participants who need to leave early are to seek permission from the conducting Venerable.
  • Subsidies are available for seniors above 65 and students, subject to availability on a first-come-first serve basis.

    Register :

    All are welcome
  • Jun 03, 10, 17 & 24 By Vipassana International Centre
    Meditation Course for Beginner

    Date correction: 3, 10, 17 & 24 Jun 2017

    All are welcome
    Jun 03
    Jul 04
    By BF East. By Newbury Buddhist Monastery Singapore Supporters and Buddhist Fellowship
    Meditation Retreat: Developing Mind, deserting mine with Ayya Upektkha

    Developing Mind, deserting mine . Two-day Meditation Retreat by Ayya Upekkha

    Date: 3rd and 4th June 2017
    Day: Saturday & Sunday
    Time: 9am to 5.30 pm
    Vegetarian lunch will be served.
    Register at here
    The retreat is free. However, donations to defray costs are welcomed.

    Bio of Ayya Upekkha
    Ayya came to learn about the dhamma via Theravada and Mahayana traditions of Buddhism from 1986.

    She did a 3-year course in Mahayana Buddhism, a Diploma course in Theravada Buddhism and participated in retreats under both traditions. She was ordained in Taiwan firstly as a Samaneri in July 2003, then Sikkhamana in Jan 2004 in the Dharmaguptaka (Mahayana) tradition.

    Ayya was trained in the Yuan Guang Monastic Training College Taiwan for two years and received higher ordination as a Bhikkhuni in December 2005.

    She practised and served in this tradition in Singapore and Perth, Australia until March 2008. As Ayya was personally inclined towards strict vinaya practices and meditation, she applied and was accepted into the Sangha by Abbot Bhante Sujato of Santi Forest Monastery in New South Wales and switched over to the brown robes in 2009. It was here that Ayya learnt of the plight of the Theravada Bhikkhunis and female aspirants who wish to be trained and guided in practice. With the invitation from the Buddhist Society of Victoria and Bhante Jaganatha, she decided to help in their vision towards building a 4-fold forest monastery and establishing a Theravada Bhikkhuni Sangha in Melbourne. This was strongly supported with blessings from Ayya's Tonsure Teacher Ven Ru Lin of the Yi Tong Bhikkhuni Training Monastery, Taiwan.

    Ayya is now the Senior Bhikkhuni of Newbury Buddhist Monastery in Melbourne.

    Buddhist Fellowship East Centre
    160 Paya Lebar Road
    #08-03 Orion Building
    Singapore, 409022

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome
    Jun 05Chui Huay Lim Club. By Newbury Buddhist Monastery Singapore Supporters
    "Be Kind, Don't Be Right" by Ajahn Brahm

    Registration is required at

    All are welcome
    Jun 08
    Jun 17
    By Buddhist Fellowship
    Dhamma tour to Taiwan

    Buddhist Fellowship Singapore is organizing a Dhamma tour to Taiwan accompanied by a local Venerable. We are visiting 4 major monasteries with opportunities to offer Dana, sessions with the abbots (subject to their confirmation) and stay at the monastery. Please contact BF office by 27 Jan to enjoy early bird discount and for more information.

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome
    Jun 05
    Jun 17
    By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Relaxation Mindfulness Meditation

    Join Venerable Kwang Sheng for Relaxation Mindfulness Meditation to learn how meditation and Buddhist teachings can help us to re-energise ourselves and re-focus our minds.

    Date: 5 Jun – 17 Jul 2017 (Mon)
    Time: 7.30pm – 9pm
    Venue: Venerable Hong Choon Memorial Hall | Level 4 | Hall of No Form
    Visit to find out more and register for the course.

    All are welcome
    Jun 10
    Jun 18
    By Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    Vipassana Meditation Retreat: 9-day or 4-day Retreat

    Join Venerable Chanmyay Sayadawgyi and his disciples in a 9-day or 4-day meditation retreat this June! The retreat combines the meditation techniques of Metta (loving-kindness) and Vipassana (insight meditation), a practice under the strict Mahasi tradition.

    This intensive meditation retreat includes a range of activities such as meditation sessions, interviews, and Q&A sessions, which give meditators better understanding and clarity in their meditation progress.

  • This event is a stay-out retreat for both Full time & Part-time.

    Vipassana Meditation Retreat

  • 10 – 18 June 2017 (9-day) | Saturday – Sunday
  • 10 – 13 June 2017 (4-day) | Saturday – Tuesday [Part-time]

    Time: 8am – 8pm

    Venue: Kong Meng San Phor Kark See Monastery
    (Participants will be informed of the exact hall at a later date)

    Language: English

  • $180 (9-day)
  • $100 (4-day)

    To Register:
    (1) Online Registration : 9-day
    (2) Online Registration : 4-day

    Reception @ KMSPKS | 9AM – 4PM (Please bring along your NRIC to register)

    Registration Closing Date: 1 June 2017 or when fully registered

    Enquiry: 6849 5300 | sed@kmspks.or | Poster

    Venerable Profile :

    Venerable Ashin Janakabhivamsa, also known as Chanmyay Sayadaw, is the Abbot of Chanmyay Yeiktha Meditation Center in Myanmar since 1977.

    He is a Master Teacher in both Vipassana (insight meditation) and Metta (loving-kindness) meditation practices. He conducts Dharma talks in both English and Burmese, and travels extensively to conduct meditation retreats and Dharma talks throughout the world.

    For deeper understanding of Venerable Chanmyay Sayadawgyi, please visit

    All are welcome
  • Jun 10
    Jun 18
    By Vimalalakirti Buddhist Centre and Cakkavala Meditation Centre
    Sayalay Sisila Dharma Talks

    Vimalalakirti Buddhist Centre Facebook
    Cakkavala Meditation Centre Facebook

    All are welcome
    Jun 11By BuddhistYouth Network
    Career Workshop - Personal Branding is VITAL for Career Success

    Date: 11 June at
    Time: 1.30pm tp 10.00pm
    Venue: Vimalakirti Buddhist Centre,
    Level 5 20 Lor 27A Geylang
    Singapore 388112
    (MRT: Aljunied Station)

    All are welcome
    Jun 10
    Jul 29
    By BF West. By Buddhist Fellowship
    Dependent Origination Course by Tenzin Palzang

    Paticcasamuppada, or Dependent Origination, is one of the core teachings of Buddhism, showing us the origination of dukkha (suffering) and how its chains can be broken. It also seems to be considered a more esoteric and less understood part of the Dhamma. Come learn from Ven. Tenzin Palzang as he expounds on this topic to make its wisdom accessible to us!

  • Sat, 10 Jun 2017, 2:30 PM –
  • Sat, 29 Jul 2017, 4:30 PM Singapore Standard Time Singapore Time


    Buddhist Fellowship East Centre
    160 Paya Lebar Road
    #08-03 Orion Building
    Singapore, 409022

    Register @

    Venue: BF West

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome
  • Jun 16
    Jun 18
    By BF West. By Buddhist Fellowship
    Venerable Hasapanna's Teaching Tour

    In this meditation retreat, Venerable Hasapanna will be covering 3 types of meditation - Body Awareness, as well as Breathing and Metta meditation.

    Also, venerable will be giving Dhamma talks on:
    1) Acceptance - Fri 16 Jun 2017, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    2) Idiosyncrasy - Sat 17 Jun 2017, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
    3) Watch the Thought - Sun 18 Jun 2017, 10:30am

    Fri, 16 Jun 2017, 9:00 AM –
    Sun, 18 Jun 2017, 6:00 PM
    Add to Calendar

    Buddhist Fellowship
    Telok Blangah Street 31
    Singapore, 108942

    Register @

    BF West Centre : Yeo's Building, 2 Telok Blangah Street 31, #02-00, Singapore 108942
    BF East Centre : Mitra @ Orion Building, 160 Paya Lebar Road, #08-03, Singapore 409022
    Website :


    All are welcome

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