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We are working on making the courses available online for everyone. Drop us an email to be informed when it's available. 

Meanwhile, join one/all of our friendly practice groups or simply drop in when you can on Sundays.  

SATIPATTHANA MEDITATION (ONLINE)

Mondays   2.00 - 3.00 PM

Mondays   8.30 - 9.30 PM

Wednesdays  8.30 - 9.30 PM

DHAMMA TALK & QA (ONLINE)

Thursdays  8.30 - 9.30 PM  

To join these, email: wisdommeditation.life@gmail.com 
METTA MEDITATION (ONLINE)

Sundays  8.30 - 9.00 AM  

 

Courses PREVIOUSLY HELD AT
Buddhist Maha Vihara

 

Teachers  & Spiritual Adviser

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Bro. James Ong

Bro James passed away on 5 May 2021.  He was previously ordained as a monk in Malaysian Buddhist Meditation Centre, Penang, Malaysia where his teacher Phra Dhammabarnchanvud was the founder.  

 

He was teaching Satipatthana Meditation and Loving Kindness (Metta) Meditation for five decades. During these times, he stressed the importance of going back to the orthodox Satipatthana practice as taught by the Buddha in the Maha Satipatthana Sutta.  The main aim of his meditation handbooks is to emphasise that tradition or, the way as taught by the Buddha. Bro James explained the practice in the simplest way possible to make the practice accessible and its direction clear, illustrating it with daily-life examples.  His final advice echoed the Buddha’s advice to Ven. Ananda and the opening in Maha Satipatthana Sutta, "be a lamp unto yourself". He explained, "to be anchored to the Satipatthana practice as refuge. That's the lamp. That's the way to total freedom from suffering."

This site was founded by Bro James to propagate Satipatthana Meditation practice. He believed online presence in the Internet age is one of the ways forward to continue shining light on the path.

"For as long as there're those continuing the practice, the world will not be void of saints."

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GUIDE

Shymiin Silena C

Sis Shymiin started practising Satipatthana Meditation in 1993 and continues to dedicate herself to practice.  Though she has done long retreats in the Mahasi tradition, her practice is mainly grounded in the Satipatthana as guided by Bro James, her main teacher.  In 2007, she began transcribing his Dhamma talks for publication and her training to guide with Bro James. She has been assisting in his meditation classes since.  

Volunteers

Many have contributed in many different ways to making the propagation possible and present volunteers including Bro Max and Bro Chiam.
 

Sadhu Sadhu Sadhu!