Date: 12 March 2022 to 21st May 2022 (Every Saturday) * No Registration Required
Time: 3pm – 5pm
Please note: there will be no class on Sat 30 Apr 2022. Class will resume on 7 May 2022.
Join us via Zoom
Meeting ID: 829 1478 7343
Our dhamma sharing does not depart from the core teachings of the 4 Noble Truths. Our classes will serve as a good introduction to those who are new to the Dhamma and also will be a good revision for those who have followed the series of Dhamma Bites topics thus far.
We will begin the class by paying homage to the Buddha, Dhamma & Saṅgha, followed by an opening speech, then a guided meditation session. Dhamma Bites will be next, with a Q&A after that. The class will end with the sharing of merit. New participants do not need to have any meditation experience or Dhamma knowledge to join the class.
The gift of Dhamma exceeds all gifts. Sabbadānam̊ Dhammadānam̊ jināti
Develop a path to realise the Buddha’s teachings. In the book “Who Is My Self” by Ayya Khema, three conditions were listed for the practice of meditation to bear fruit: Firstly, to know our own dukkha, to recognise where it comes from, and how it operates in our lives; the second is to gain confidence in the Buddha’s teaching and to realise that we can take this path; and the third is to experience joy at the opportunity we have been given.
The Saturday Meditation and Dhamma class mentors aim to help fulfil these conditions. And we do it by sharing the strength and beauty of the Buddha’s teachings in a simple, clear and digestible way, practising various meditation techniques as taught by the Buddha, and providing practical applications for everyday life. Through these weekly sessions, we hope to inspire in all participants an abiding curiosity, interest, and determination to explore the Dhamma and live life according to the Buddha’s teachings. It is never too late to start.
Class Mentors: Foo Siew Ee, Foo Siew Fong, Tan Sock Hoon
Consultant: Venerable Wiloye Wimalajothi