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This months meditation session at Kathmandu books has moved from the usual second Sunday of the month to Sunday 19th so that it does not clash with Songkran. We all know you’d rather be splashing water about than meditating …¬† ūüėÄ

Khun Morakot, a Thai lady fluent in English and experienced in meditation, will lead her monthly session at Kathmandu Books shop, Silom area. She has experience in a number of meditation lineages, and especially the use of meditation (or just counselling) for cancer patients in the hospitals.

The room only fits about 10¬† to 12 ¬†people so you must book your place in advance by calling Kathmandu books on 02 234 6700 . Please do not book if you are not certain of attending – . For other events, it is handy to know if you intend to go so we can book food/tables etc… but no biggie if you don’t make it.¬† But in this case if you book a spot others might well be turned away. So only book if you are certain you will be there, thanks. If you really won’t be able to make it, phone and cancel in case there are others who come later.

It is a charming setting and teacher so take advantage. This announcement won’t go in the main events listing since space is limited, so only the observant Littlebang readers will catch it. There are 2 excellent Indian cafe/restaurants opposite that are inexpensive, and have very good food. We’ll go there after the meditation to have a yarn.

Announcement runs as follows:

Healing Meditation

Simple  meditation techniques exclusively for healing
from Tibetan Buddhism, Taoism, Yoga, New Age etc. 

Sunday 19th April, 2009
From 10.00-11.30 am
 at Kathmandu Photo Gallery and Book Shop
 87 Pan Road, off Silom Road
(near Indian Temple)
BTS Surasak or Chongnonsi
 
Admission is free but donation is welcome
 Open to beginners and to open minded meditators
 Please book your place in advance
 
Kathmandu 02-234-6700
 
If you are not comfortable on the floor, and wish to sit on a chair,  please also let Kathmandu know in advance.

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