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For this Friday’s sutta discussion, we will continue with last week’s unfinished sutta and discussion, and if we have time, start on a new sutta – Dipa sutta (on anapanasati). Below is the sutta for your download:
Dipa Sutta is quite a long and comprehensive sutta
You may have heard that you should be mindful all the time, whether you are at home or in the office, or on the bus or in your car or in somebody else’s car, etc. You may interpret this advice to mean that you should keep your mind focused all the time on your breath. While driving, if you simply
The above is a topic that would be of great interest and relevance to a lot of people, especially in these uncertain times. The speaker is also highly qualified and knowledgeable in this specific area. This lecture is therefore highly recommended.
Topic: Transforming Fears & Worries:
Recently, we ran a 4 sessions mindfulness meditation workshop with our SLBS teens. Each session was conducted in 1 hour during the Sunday Dhamma class for 4 consecutive Sundays.
The focus was on mindfulness of the body, feelings and thoughts.
Below is a short write up (about 19 pages) on what we did
Teacher : So…have you been practicing as I have taught?
Student : Yes, sir. Apart from my timed sittings, I have also been trying to be aware of the times when I feel happy, sad or angry.
Teacher : And have you been successful?
Student : Not really. There are times when it takes me days before I realized