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Fire Purification Ceremony: Sunday 3 July 2016, 7 – 8.30pm

fire pooja

Please join us for a symbolic burning up of the mental afflictions that have troubled us this year as well as some of our unskillful actions so far. Jaki will start with an explanation of the ceremony and then we can all join in to conduct it.

Sunday, July 3rd, 7 to 8.30pm

KENT VALE 2, No. 117 Clementi Road Singapore 129800 (use the entrance next to the NUS Auditorium)

From main entrance, walk straight from Cold Storage, until Blk C, BBQ Pits are located there. BBQ Pit Numbers : 1,2 & 3 (Please ask the Security Guard for help if needed).

 About Jaki

(Rev.) Jaki Fisher studied Tibetan Buddhism in Arizona. She led 2 of our previous Fire Purification ceremonies with positive feedback and with the participants asking for more and regular sessions. She is currently studying meditation with John Yates and has recently completed a two-year Buddhist chaplaincy program from Upaya Zen Center.

To register, please contact Jen_ril@hotmail.com or call 81192774. We also need 2-3 people to help in starting the fire. If you are able to do this, please contact us.

#30 December 2014 E-x-h-a-l-e

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E-x-h-a-l-e

They say the end of the year is a time of reflection: a time to slow down; detach from the busyness of everyday life; take stock of the year gone by and think about where you want the next year to go.

2014 for me personally, and, I think, for ASC, has been a year of growth and learning. We have been blessed with many teachings, from both our home lamas and visiting teachers and we have blossomed alongside one another as spiritual friends and as members of a larger community. I feel truly grateful to have been able to witness and be present (physically and virtually) for the journey that has been this year.

May your holidays be filled with warmth and joy.
Let love abound, over and behind all else.

Happy Holidays!!!

Vaishali


Final Thoughts…

“The way we spend our time defines who we are.”

~ Jonathan Estrin

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