House of Dhamma

 


The House of Dhamma is a meditation centre in Jatujak district in northern Bangkok.

The shrine room is a sacred space where groups have been meditating together for over thirty years. There is also a Buddhist library and a meeting space.

Here you can find individual or small group instruction in Integral Awareness Meditation, Buddhist Insight Meditation (Vipassana), Loving Kindness Meditation (Metta) and Reiki Healing amongst others.

Instruction is usually in English.

Open Wednesday to Sunday from 10.00 - 17.00 for scheduled courses and by appointment.

 

 

The House of Dhamma wishes to thank Khun Pongpun Saovaphudhasuve, Former Vice President of the young Buddhists Association of Thailand for his generosity in setting up the House of Dhamma domain name and website: www.houseofdhamma.com


Address:


26/9 Lardprao Lane 15, Jatujak,
Bangkok 10900, Thailand
One kilometre from the Sofitel Centara Grand Hotel, Latprao, about ten minutes by taxi from Morchit Skytrain BTS station and about ten minutes walk from Latprao MRT station -
exit 3.
(Click on directions link above)


Contact numbers:


Fax. 662 (from outside Thailand)
or 0 2512-6083 (in Thailand)
Tel. 662 (from outside Thailand)
or 0 2511-0439 (in Thailand)
E-mail: dhamma.art@gmail.com

 


Recommended websites

 

April - July 2014 Courses

Please scroll down and follow the links for details.

 

Date

Course

Details

April 2014


Friday 18
and
Saturday 19


Learn
Reiki Healing Two

Reiki is a Japanese word which means Universal Life Force, the energy around us and within us. Reiki is a way of activating, directing and applying natural energy for the promotion of health, healing, balance and wholeness.

Link for full details

Wesnesday 23
and
Thursday 24

Buddhist Vipassana
meditation Introductory
course

In this introductory course, you will be given a theoretical background to Samatha (Concentration) meditation and shown how it differs from Vipassana (Insight) meditation.

You will gradually be guided through exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati", including standing, walking, sitting and lying down.

Link for full details

 

Friday 25

Buddhist Vipassana meditation
follow-up day

These one-day sessions are highly recommended for those who have completed the House of Dhamma Introductory course or who have already practised in the Mahasri Sayadaw (or Section 5 Wat Mahadhatu) tradition and who wish to brush up their practice or to refine it.

sitting meditationYou will practise follow-up walking and sitting exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati". There is plenty of opportunity to check your progress and ask questions in the morning and intensive practice in the afternoon

Link for full details

Sunday 27

Pendulum Power workshop


‘The pendulum is a tool for communicating with the deeper, more hidden levels of our being, the part of us which is, unfortunately, clouded by fear, ignorance and false-to-fact opinions about ourselves and the universe we live in, the part of us that knows the truth because it is the truth. These levels of being are not conditioned by space and time and have powers which we as humans have not even begun to understand. '

Link for full details

May 2014


Thursday 1


Metta (Loving Kindness)
Meditation

There is a theoretical introduction to the four Brahma Viharas: Metta ; Karuna (Compassion);Mudita (Sympathetic joy; and Upekha (equanimity). This is followed by a look at how these qualities can be developed and what the benefits of doing so are. You are also shown how to calm and clear the mind and to radiate loving kindness to all beings.

Link for full details

Sunday 4

 


Discovering your
healing crystals workshop

 

 

 

This workshop helps you intuitively recognise your soul crystal, the crystal for your body, the crystal for your intellect and the crystal for your spirit.

Link for full details

 

 

 

Friday 9 and Saturday 10

Integral Awareness Meditation

Discover the potential lying unperceived within any present moment. Play your way to clarity of mind and release from anxiety.

Come to know - and let go of - the processes of mind that block your inner freedom.

Revisit the presence and openness of the beginner's mind and reconnect with timeless wisdom within.

Link for full details


Friday 16 and Saturday 17


Learn
Reiki Healing One

Reiki is a Japanese word which means Universal Life Force, the energy around us and within us. Reiki is a way of activating, directing and applying natural energy for the promotion of health, healing, balance and wholeness.

Link for full details


Friday 23 and Saturday 24


Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

In this introductory course, you will be given a theoretical background to Samatha (Concentration) meditation and shown how it differs from Vipassana (Insight) meditation.

You will gradually be guided through exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati", including standing, walking, sitting and lying down.

Link for full details


Sunday 31


Buddhist Vipassana meditation
follow-up day

These one-day sessions are highly recommended for those who have completed the House of Dhamma Introductory course or who have already practised in the Mahasri Sayadaw (or Section 5 Wat Mahadhatu) tradition and who wish to brush up their practice or to refine it.

sitting meditationYou will practise follow-up walking and sitting exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati". There is plenty of opportunity to check your progress and ask questions in the morning and intensive practice in the afternoon

Link for full details

June 2014

Wednesday 18

Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation

There is a theoretical introduction to the four Brahma Viharas: Metta ; Karuna (Compassion); Mudita (Sympathetic joy; and Upekha (equanimity). This is followed by a look at how these qualities can be developed and what the benefits of doing so are. You are also shown how to calm and clear the mind and to radiate loving kindness to all beings.

Link for full details

 

Sunday 22

Pendulum Power workshop


‘The pendulum is a tool for communicating with the deeper, more hidden levels of our being, the part of us which is, unfortunately, clouded by fear, ignorance and false-to-fact opinions about ourselves and the universe we live in, the part of us that knows the truth because it is the truth. These levels of being are not conditioned by space and time and have powers which we as humans have not even begun to understand.'

Link for full details

Friday 27 and Saturday 28

Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

In this introductory course, you will be given a theoretical background to Samatha (Concentration) meditation and shown how it differs from Vipassana (Insight) meditation.

You will gradually be guided through exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati", including standing, walking, sitting and lying down.

Link for full details

 

July 2014


Friday 11 and Saturday 12


Integral Awareness Meditation

Discover the potential lying unperceived within any present moment. Play your way to clarity of mind and release from anxiety.

Come to know - and let go of - the processes of mind that block your inner freedom.

Revisit the presence and openness of the beginner's mind and reconnect with timeless wisdom within.

Link for full details


Friday 18 and Saturday 19


Learn Reiki Healing One

Reiki is a Japanese word which means Universal Life Force, the energy around us and within us. Reiki is a way of activating, directing and applying natural energy for the promotion of health, healing, balance and wholeness.

Link for full details


Friday 25 and Saturday 26


Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

In this introductory course, you will be given a theoretical background to Samatha (Concentration) meditation and shown how it differs from Vipassana (Insight) meditation.

You will gradually be guided through exercises to improve your concentration and bare awareness "sati", including standing, walking, sitting and lying down.

Link for full details

 

 

 

Courses vary in length. Many of them run for two consecutive days from 10am to 5pm. Some take place over one day and the pendulum and crystal classes run for two hours, usually in the morning.

You can get full details for each of the courses at the following links:

NEW! Integral Awareness Meditation courses:

Buddhist Vipassana Meditation Introductory courses:

Buddhist Vipassana Meditation follow-up days: see Vipassana Introductory section:

Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation
courses:

One-day Vipassana Meditation retreats
for small groups (2 - 6 people):

Reiki healing Courses Usui Shiki Ryoho: Reiki Healing One: Usui Shiki Ryoho: Reiki Healing Two: Usui Shiki Ryoho: Advanced Reiki Training ART: Usui Shiki Ryoho: The Reiki Mastership:

Pendulum Power workshop:

Discover Your Healing Crystals workshop:

 

Please apply at least seven days in advance for any course by answering the questions below and sending those answers by e-mail to dhamma.art@gmail.com giving an e-mail address for follow-up and confirmation.

Application questions click here

 

The best way to contact the House of Dhamma is by e-mail dhamma.art@gmail.com
e-mail is checked twice a day.
There is a phone number 02-511-0439
but often nobody is near the phone when it rings.


Please make an appointment before visiting.

 


Advance booking and a deposit are required.

Accommodation is not available at the House of Dhamma.

For more information and to apply, e-mail: dhamma.art@gmail.com

Fax: (from outside Thailand) 66 2512-6083

or 0 2512-6083 (within Thailand)

Phone 02 511-0439

Sessions are conducted in English
with translation into Thai as necessary.


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