The current COVID-19 outbreak has taught a lasting lesson to all of us about the impermanence of life. As per the Lord Buddha’s teaching in Maha Sathi Patthana Sutta, ‘Ekayano Ayan Bhikkave Maggo..’, the only way to get rid of suffering is by practising the four folds of mindfulness.
This is in addition to the ongoing Monthly Sil program on Full Moon Poya Day.
We and Retreats WA invite Venerable Theroes who are well-known meditation masters in Sri Lanka and in other countries to join online to guide us and conduct the sessions throughout the day.
The Month of July meditation programs has been scheduled on:
Saturday, 30th July from 8.00 am to 5.00 pm
No previous meditation experience is required to attend the program.
Experienced Venerable Theroes
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Topic: Meditation Day at Perth Sri Lankan Vihara at Kenwick
Time: July 30, 2022 08:00 AM Perth
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Meeting ID: 823 8426 0780
For previous Programs recordings, please click the below link.
Due to the recent surge in Australia of the highly transmissible Covid-19 omicron variant, SLSBS committee kindly requests you to be aware of the below COVID-19 related guidelines as the Committee is unable to bear the responsibility of any spreading of the virus through gatherings at the Temple.
- Masks are strongly encouraged indoors and where physical distancing is not possible.
- Keep and maintain Physical distance. You are encouraged to maintain physical distance or while not mandatory,1.5 metres separation between people who are not from the same household or groups of other patrons where practicable.
- Avoid people crowding together in any one area.
- Wash your hands often and for at least 20 seconds, with soap and water or sanitiser.
- Cover coughs and sneezes with a tissue or use your inner elbow. Immediately throw the tissue in the bin.
- Stay home if you’re sick.
- Limit food handling and food sharing.
- Do not shake hands.
- Get tested for COVID-19 or follow Government instructions, if you begin to feel unwell or develop symptoms.
- People are responsible for self-regulating distancing at the tables.
Please consider below points before you visit the Temple:
- If you or a family member begin to feel unwell or develop symptoms.
- If you have symptoms, including: fever, symptoms of acute respiratory infection (e.g. shortness of breath, cough, sore throat, loss of smell or taste)
Thank you for your understanding and support to prevent the spreading of the virus through the Temple premises.