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    • oh, yes. Can fit about 20+ cars conveniently. The driveway into the place is quite narrow, but there’s lots of room to park once you are inside.

  1. Reverend Shri Cittasamvaro,
    I am Amit from India. Just landed in Bangkok this month. Was searching for some spiritual discourse and dhamma refugia since last few days. Incidentally, I found this blog. I would be very happy to join your talk. Would you allow a Hindu to join Buddhist discourse?

      • Thanks. Visited country side of Thailand, found Buddhist of Thailand are more Hindus than many Hindus of India. I am really liking Thai-way of spirituality and Dhamma! 🙂

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  3. I’m not sure about video. Someone else has to do that. But I can record. It’s just that with everything going on, and worrying about all the little details, I usually forget to turn the recorder on.

  4. I hope there will be some videos from these Dhamma talks which you will share with all fans of your Dhamma talks who are not able to attend.??!!!

  5. Do we have to be wearing white and in pants to attend the talk? Since I’m not that flexible sometimes sitting on the floor, it would be good to prepare beforehand.

    • There is no dress code – it is not a temple or meditation centre, so come how you wish. Also, there will be more chairs than floor seats.

      • I would like to thank the Venerable. Cittasamvaro, as well as each of the two accompanying Venerable Sirs, The Pharmaceutical Association, and all of those who came to put together this first of the Dharma Talk Series. On my first-ever attendance of such a talk on the Dharma, I was very pleased by what I heard, and praise how welcoming everyone in attendance was. I am in great anticipation of further talks.

        Sincerely, Loyd

  6. Notes on the talk will be posted up in a day or so.
    As usual, with everything going on, I forgot the voice recording. So can’t make a YouTube.

    • I did record the talk on my phone. It is quite clear. If you’d like a copy, please notify me where to email it.

      Alternatively; If you did video tape it, and would like me to combine the two, I could do it too.

      Loyd 🙂

      • Hi Loyd,

        I see that you have recorded the first talk on your phone. Would it be possible for you to sent me the recording? It would be much appreciated.
        thank you


      • There seems some interest in the recordings – They will need a bit of work, editing and cleaning up the sound, and then I will post up after the series ends.

  7. Interesting talk. What exactly is the difference between sampajañña and sati? From the example I’ve seen in a Pali dictionary, sampajañña seems to overlap with one of the four sati-upatthāna – contemplation of body – in that it seems to be an awareness of one’s actions as they happen.

  8. My husband and I enjoyed the first session and are very sorry to miss the other five. We’ll be away for the monthof October,but hope to join activities when we return.

    • The recordings will be posted eventually, but the WordPress system charges extra for Mp3 files to be hosted. So the plan is to put on a Youtube channel, which is free, but will take time to edit, add text and make into a video.

  9. I have not been ot one of your talks yet; just been introduced by a friend whilst discussing ‘the journey…’ Very much looking forward to ‘enriching mindfulness…’

  10. Just returned from visiting family and a Breast Cancer patient in the US and hope to be able to ‘weather the storms’ i.e. the waters to attend.
    Thank you for all your efforts,

  11. An end to a great Dharma Talk series.

    Thanks again to Venerable Cittasamvaro for a wonderful experience.
    And thanks to all of you that made these talks a success.
    I met a lot of good, kind-hearted people, and felt a great energy in the room from each week’s talk.

    Best wishes to all.