House of Dhamma

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The House of Dhamma is a converted shophouse in Jatujak District, Bangkok, where you can learn Insight meditation, Buddhist Mindfulness, Reiki healing
and much more.

The shrine room is for small group practice. There is also a Buddhist library and a meeting space.


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

Instruction is in English.

 

 

 

 


Detail of a lotus leaf painting with crystals

 



A corner of the shrine room



bookmarks

A set of Metta bookmarks

 

 

 

 

 

 





spread

An inspirational card set


 

Recent comments

'We have been doing meditation on and off, but with the world turning topsy turvy in the last few months,
it has now become an important part of our routine to use meditation to stay sane. We would like to thank you deeply for teaching us this life skill, it truly is an important refuge for us when everything outside seems too much to bear.'

Martyn & Matt

 


The House of Dhamma is grateful to
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

 

 

 



September to December 2021

 

Small-group instruction
in Buddhist Meditation

 

If you want to go from being concerned about Covid 19 restrictions and political situations to “being empowered and knowing exactly what you can do to protect yourself”, Insight Meditation is a great option for you.

It can help you to take a long, clear look at your situation while remaining balanced and energized.

You’ll quickly understand how this practice is unlike other forms of meditation that you may have heard about.

It’s a completely different approach from meditation practices that aim for intensive concentration and that tend to be reclusive and austere.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about and practise traditional Insight Meditation at the House of Dhamma.

In general, courses are one or two days long, quiet but not silent, in an air-conditioned room and if you prefer it, you can sit on a chair.

All you need to do is breathe, stand, walk,
sit and lie down.

 

 

 

 


The House of Dhamma offers classes and courses in Buddhist Insight Meditation, a form of meditation that has been practised in Asia for over 2500 years.

It is a timeless practice that is also exquisitely suited to life in the 21st century.

When practising Insight meditation regularly, you come to know yourself better and become more confident. You are able to let go of dependency on others, limiting views and toxic behaviors. You also rediscover openness to whatever the moment may bring. These transformations result from an ongoing inner journey into deep peace.

 

 

 


 

General introduction to courses and classes.

Course length ranges from one day usually
(10 am – 4.30 pm) to two-day weekend courses
(10 am – 5.00 pm).

Classes are shorter - usually for 2 or 3 hours

Requested courses can sometimes be set up
outside the scheduled dates.

 

Due to Covid 19 restrictiions, the maximum class size is three in order to ensure social distancing.

 

 

 

 

 

 


Click on the appropriate link below to get more information about the course or activity that interests you.

 

Meditation

3-hour Insight meditation
(Vipassana) class
es

1-day Insight meditation
(Vipassana) 'Taster' courses


2-day Traditional Buddhist Insight
meditation Introductory course
s


Mindfulness enhancing activities
for teens and the ‘young at heart’

 

Note: Scroll down for free online options

Note: A formal email application and a deposit are
required for all sessions, at least three days
in advance.


 

ONLINE DHAMMA

At these times of social distancing, in order to make
it possible for you to get free instruction online, a selection of Dhamma talks and meditation guidance
is posted here. Click on the links that interest you.

 

Link to online activities in general

Link to Inspiring quotes

Link to Stories

Link to Mindfulness activities and games

Link to Inspiring Images

Link to Insight meditation instruction

 



About the instructor

Acharn Helen Jandamit has been teaching Theravadan Buddhist Insight Meditation (also called Vipasana) since 1974..

She was ordained with the Mook Rim Society (Korean Zen) for eleven years and now works as a spiritual independent running workshops and courses at The House of Dhamma.

Acharn Helen worked for many years alongside the monks from Mahachulalongkorn Buddhist University and also for YBAT- The Young Buddhists Association of Thailand. She has run Vipassana retreats in Thailand, Austria, Australia and the USA.

In 2002, on the occasion of International Women’s Day, Acharn Helen was honoured as the Foremost Western Woman Meditation Master in South-east Asia.



Please make an appointment before visiting.    Email:  dhamma.art@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

Vipassana) for haa centuhe has led co USA, England

 
 

 

 

Scheduled courses in 2021

A formal application (sent by email at least 3 days before the starting date

via dhamma.art@gmail.com is required for all courses.


Due to social distancing, only individual courses or small groups
of 2 to 3 participants are running at this time.


Click on the links in each section for full details.

 

 

 

 

September 2021

September 4 (Saturday morning)

 

 

3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class

for those with limited experience

Click here for details


 

September 11 and 12 (Saturday and Sunday) 

 

Learn how to practise traditional Reiki Healing 

(Usui Shiki Ryoho)

(Reiki healing level One)

Reiki is a Japanese word that 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.

This form of healing is useful for preventing imbalance, assisting the body's natural healing powers and maintaining a state of well being. It can be used most effectively as a self-help technique as well as for the release of stress, for relaxation and to restore the vital energy that is often lost in daily life

Click here for details

 

 

September 18 and 19 (Saturday and Sunday)

 

 

2-day traditional Buddhist Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Introductory course
 

This course gives a good grounding for those with some meditation experience
who are interested in small group guidance.

Click here for details

 

September 30 (Thursday)

 

1-day Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Taster course

A non-intensive and interactive course for beginners.

Click here for details


 

October 2021

 

October 2
(Saturday morning)     



3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class


for those with limited experience

Click here for details

October 3 (Sunday)     


1-day Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Taster course


A non-intensive and interactive course for beginners.

Click here for details


 

 

October 9
(Saturday afternoon)


 

Mindfulness enhancing activities

for teens and the ‘young in heart’


Click here for details

 

 

 

October 14
(Thursday afternoon)

 

 

 

 

3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class

for those with limited experience

Click here for details

October 16 and 17

(Saturday and Sunday)

 

 

2-day traditional Buddhist Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Introductory course
 

This course gives a good grounding for those with some meditation experience
who are interested in small group guidance.

Click here for details

 


 
October 23 and 24

(Saturday and Sunday)


Learn how to practise traditional Reiki Healing 

(Usui Shiki Ryoho)

(Reiki healing level Three or as requested)

Reiki is a Japanese word that 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.

This form of healing is useful for preventing imbalance, assisting the body's natural healing powers and maintaining a state of well being. It can be used most effectively as a self-help technique as well as for the release of stress, for relaxation and to restore the vital energy that is often lost in daily life

Click here for details


October 29

(Thursday)


1-day Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Taster course


A non-intensive and interactive course for beginners.

Click here for details


November 2021

November 6
(Saturday morning)



3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class


for those with limited experience

Click here for details

November 13 and 14 (Saturday and Sunday)   

     

 

2-day traditional Buddhist Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Introductory course
 

This course gives a good grounding for those with some meditation experience
who are interested in small group guidance.

Click here for details


 

 

November 21
(Sunday)


 

1-day Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Taster course


A non-intensive and interactive course for beginners.

Click here for details


 

 

 

 

November 26 and 27
(Friday and Saturday)

 

Learn how to practise traditional Reiki Healing 

(Usui Shiki Ryoho)

(Reiki healing level One)

Reiki is a Japanese word that 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.

This form of healing is useful for preventing imbalance, assisting the body's natural healing powers and maintaining a state of well being. It can be used most effectively as a self-help technique as well as for the release of stress, for relaxation and to restore the vital energy that is often lost in daily life

Click here for details

 

 

December 2021

 

December 1 and 2 (Wednesday and Thursday)

 

Learn how to practise traditional Reiki Healing 

(Usui Shiki Ryoho)

(Reiki healing level One)

Reiki is a Japanese word that 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.

This form of healing is useful for preventing imbalance, assisting the body's natural healing powers and maintaining a state of well being. It can be used most effectively as a self-help technique as well as for the release of stress, for relaxation and to restore the vital energy that is often lost in daily life

Click here for details



 
December 4

(Saturday morning)


 

3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class

for those with limited experience

Click here for details


December 8 and 9  (Wednesday & Thursday)

 

2-day traditional Buddhist Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Introductory course
 

This course gives a good grounding for those with some meditation experience
who are interested in small group guidance.

Click here for details

 

December 11
(Saturday afternoon)

 

Mindfulness enhancing activities

for teens and the ‘young in heart’


Click here for details

 

December 12
(Sunday)


1-day Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Taster course


A non-intensive and interactive course for beginners.

Click here for details


December 18 and 19 (Saturday and Sunday)    

 

2-day traditional Buddhist Insight meditation (Vipassana)

Introductory course
 

This course gives a good grounding for those with some meditation experience
who are interested in small group guidance.

Click here for details

December 23
(Thursday morning)


3-hour Insight meditation (Vipassana) class


for those with limited experience

Click here for details

 

 

 

 

 

Proposed new event

4-day Urban Traditional Insight Meditation Retreat

These mostly silent retreats are fairly intensive and more suitable for those who have some previous
experience of Buddhist Insight Meditation. However, beginners are welcome.

Instruction and practice will take place at the House of Dhamma but meditators stay at
nearby (within walking distance) guesthouses and/or hotels.

Please email dhamma.art@gmail.com for application details:

Urban retreats can be arranged by request for small groups arranged by you - with two to four participants.

 



 

Traditional Buddhist Mindfulness and Art


 



Deep Seeing: The Art of Presence for adults

From 10 am - 4.30 pm

Weekends by appointment only

 

Deep Seeing: The Art of Presence for kids/teens 

Weekend mornings by appointment only 

For details or to book a place, please email dhamma.art@gmail.com





 

 

Books, Handcrafted Bookmarks and Card Sets

 


Inspirational Card Sets
and Bookmarks


Please click HERE for details

bookmarks


Squirrels and the art of tightrope walking

A Dhamma book with a difference

Please click HERE for details

squirrel line


Now available

In E-book form

The Nine

Please click HERE for details

9 people

 


Courses-set-up-for-you by request only

 

The following courses can also be arranged on request at times that fit in with your schedule.
They will usually be on weekdays in the daytime. Please apply by e-mail giving contact details to dhamma.art@gmail.com   at least 3 days before the date you wish to attend
.


Pendulum Power:

Link for details

Choosing your pendulum.Using the pendulum to make decisions, find information and much more.

2 hours

Discover your healing crystals:

Link for details

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.

2 hours

Metta (Loving kindness) Meditation:

Link for details

Note: This course is suitable for those who have some experience of Samatha or Insight meditation

1 day – 10 am to about 2.30 pm

 


If you wish to apply for any activity, please email dhamma.art@gmail.com
stating the name of the course or workshop and when when you would like to do it.
Please give your name and surname, your expected address in Thailand,
your email address (essential), mobile phone number or landline number, your occupation,
age and details of any previous meditation experience.

Email applications must usually be received at least 5 days before the start of workshops and courses.
For shorter classes 3 days notice is OK..



The best way to contact the House of Dhamma is by email at dhamma.art@gmail.com
Email is checked twice a day.

There is a phone number 02-511-0439 but email usually works better.

Advance booking and a deposit are required for all courses.

Sessions are conducted in English
with some translation into Thai if necessary.


Please make an appointment before visiting.

Accommodation is not available at the House of Dhamma but there are guest houses, hotels
and hostels within easy travelling distance. You can walk to several of them.
An up-to-date list of these is available on request.

For more information and to apply, email: dhamma.art@gmail.com



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