Buddha’s Advice for New Yogis
WFB HQ behind Benchasiri Part
Sukhumvit 24 (Emporium)
Sunday 1st September 2-5pm
This September the monthly World Fellowship of Buddhists will be led by Pandit Bhikkhu.
This is a monthly afternoon workshop hosted free of charge in English by the World Fellowship of Buddhists organisation in Bangkok. Various speakers are invited each month.
The Navaka Bhikkhu Dhamma was advice given by the Buddha to his new monks to get them established on the path. But it does not need to apply only to monks, but to anyone who is interested in developing a meditation practise, and ‘Bhavana’ or development of the appropriate spiritual qualities.
Pandit Bhikkhu is from England and got involved with Buddhism when he was 21 back in 1990. Since 1994 he’s been living in the monasteries – starting in the UK, and then ordaining as a Buddhist monk in 1996, in Rajburi province. He since moved to Bangkok and gained a degree in Buddhist Psychology. Currently he is finishing an MA in Buddhist Studies.
The WFB HQ is behind Benchasiri Park – best known as being the park next to Emporium, between Sukhumvit 22 and 24: