2019 Atammayatarama Meditation Retreat Schedule
Weekend Meditation Retreat Daily Schedule
- Arrive at the monastery and check-in by 6:30pm
- 7:00pm – Orientation
- 7:30pm-9pm – Chanting, Dhamma Talk, and Meditation
- 9:00pm – Self-practice or Retire to Sleeping Arrangements
- 5:00am Morning Wake-up Bell, Self-practice
- 6:00am – Morning Chanting and Meditation
- 7:00-8:0 am – Lite Continental Breakfast and Break
- 8:00-11:00am – Dhamma Talk and Group Meditation
- 11:00-12 Noon – Mindfulness Lunch
- 12:00-1:00pm – Break
- 1:00-2:00 – Dhamma Talk/Practice time
- 2:00-4:00pm – Walking Meditation Instruction and Practice
- 4:00-6:00pm -Sitting and Walking Meditation Practice
- 6:00-7:00 – Setup for Evening Service or Silent Mindfulness
- 7:00-8:15pm – Evening Chanting and Meditation
- 8:15pm-9:00pm – Tea Break and Dhamma Talk
- 9:00pm – End of Retreat, if staying overnight you can continue your practice.
- If staying overnight please get up before 8 am to remove your sleeping arrangements.
- 9:30 – Join the Monastery’s Sunday Service. (Optional)
Temple Activities No special activities planned, except the New Year’s Eve celebration.
If you’re interesting in viewing pictures taken at the November 1st Kathina Day, please follow the Facebook link in the menu bar (far right). Or click on this link Atammayatarama There are many pictures posted in the Wat Atammayatarama Facebook. It was a wonderful day even with off and on rain.
There are new versions of the Dhamma Studies books in Thai and English under the ‘Teachings’ menu. The books can be downloaded to study for the exam or to review. Complements of Ajahn Ritthi
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Please click the following link to download the PDF Dhamma Studies Level 1 Dhamma Studies Level 1 (Thai language) Dhamma Studies Level 2 Dhamma Studies Level 2 (Thai Language)
Ajahn Ritthi is attending the “Parliament for World’s Religions” and will present to the “Buddhist Panel at Parliament for World’s Religions”, “Keeping the Dhamma in Mind” drawing from the teachings of renowned 20th century visionary Ajahn Buddhadasa. His presentation will focus on the eminently practical side of dhamma practice illuminating how the application of non-clinging to everyday […]
Hours and activities: Opening hours: Daily from 6 am to 7 pm The best times to call the Monastery are: between 8 AM and 10 AM between 1 PM and 7 PM Monday thru Saturday Schedule for Monks: 6:00 AM – Morning chanting and meditation, followed by discussion of tasks for the day. 7:00 AM – Light breakfast, […]
The Questions and answer of Buddhist History from 2012 Instructions: Write an answer to each of the following questions that bears equal points of 10. You are required to attempt all 7 questions. Q: How many castes (Vanna) or classes of people in Jambudipa, India were divided in to? And what were their duties? […]
Dhamma Study classes, for Elementary and Secondary levels, are open for registration. Please contact Ajahn Ritthi for information and registration. Books are available at registration. The tests are on April 26th in the Meditation Hall, at 8:30 am. Classes start on Wednesday Jan. 14th at 6pm at the Meditation Hall in the Board Room. Following is a […]
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