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ESSENTIALS OF THAI BUDDHISM

Dhamma Talk, and Meditation in Real English
Kindly hosted by The Indus Restaurant
Sukhumvit 26 (Phrom Phong BTS)
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While you are here in Thailand explore a little about the Buddhist culture and teachings in a quiet, air-conditioned, and informal atmosphere. The talks aim to be light, informative, and easy to follow for anyone. And we should all learn to just sit with just ourselves breathing quietly for half an hour, even if it is tricky to do.

Next dates:
Saturday October 12th
Saturday October 26th (with special guest teacher Sayalai Caru Dassini)


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Schedule:

  • 9:30 am  gather at the Indus Restaurant meditation room
  • 9:50   Dhamma Talk
  • 10:30 group meditation
  • 11:15 comments, closing
  • 11:30 go for lunch, go home, or carry on your weekend in the best way you know!

Event is free of charge, and there is no need to book in advance –  there is plenty of room.

After the event if you have time, you are welcome to hang around at the Indus – it is a beautiful venue. They have good coffee, lassi, or Brunch menu.The Bhikkhu(s) will be taking lunch there also.

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Topic for Saturday October 12th

PanditMany Paths, One Door, No Destination:- There really is only one door to enlightenment, although there are many ways to describe it. Once you touch it, there’s no more doubt. You might doubt yourself – but that’s the ego. The path though, is clear, and has little to do with ‘You’.

Speaker is Pandit Bhikkhu – ordained Buddhist monk of 17 years living in Bangkok, and organiser of our Little Bangkok Sangha. [more…]

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Location:

The Indus Restaurant [website]
#71, Sukhumvit Soi 26
Go to Phrom Phong BTS Station
Walk along Soi 26 for 700 meters (takes 6-8 minutes walking)

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Essentials of Buddhism — 1 Comment

  1. Thanks for the invite, just sorry that I am missing out on so many interesting events, but plan to attend them when I travel back to Thailand in July