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2604 Apr 27 Fri LESSON 27-4-2018 Friday 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM Venue: Mahabodhi Auditorium,, Maha Bodhi Society, 14, Kalidasa Road, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru -560009 ONE DAY CHILDREN’S DHAMMA CAMP (LEARNING BUDDHA VANDANA, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaTtc-5ded4 27-4-2018 Friday 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM Venue: Mahabodhi Auditorium,, Maha Bodhi Society, 14, Kalidasa Road, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru -560009 ONE DAY CHILDREN’S DHAMMA CAMP (LEARNING BUDDHA VANDANA, MEDITATION, BUDDHIST STORYTELLING AND WRITING, PAINTING COMPETETION DEPICTING LIFE OF THE BUDDHA. FAMILIARISING HOLY OBJECTS OF THE MONASTERY ETC)
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2604 Apr 27  Fri LESSON


27-4-2018     Friday      09:30 AM to  04:00 PM

Venue: Mahabodhi Auditorium,, Maha Bodhi Society,
14, Kalidasa Road, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru -560009

ONE DAY CHILDREN’S DHAMMA CAMP

(LEARNING BUDDHA VANDANA,

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaTtc-5ded4

27-4-2018 Friday 09:30 AM to 04:00 PM

Venue: Mahabodhi Auditorium,, Maha Bodhi Society,
14, Kalidasa Road, Gandhinagar, Bengaluru -560009

ONE DAY CHILDREN’S DHAMMA CAMP

(LEARNING BUDDHA VANDANA, MEDITATION,
BUDDHIST STORYTELLING AND WRITING,
PAINTING COMPETETION DEPICTING LIFE OF THE BUDDHA.
FAMILIARISING HOLY OBJECTS OF THE MONASTERY ETC)


Buddha Vandana
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Pāḷi Devotional Chanting
1.
Buddhābhivādanā
Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Sammā
Sambuddhassa
(repeat three times)
2.
Ti-Saraṇa
Buddhaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Dhammam saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Saṅghaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Dutiyampi Buddhaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Dutiyampi Dhammam saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Dutiyampi Saṅghaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Tatiyampi Buddhaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Tatiyampi Dhammam saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
Tatiyampi Saṅghaṃ saraṇaṃ gacchāmi
3.
Pañca Sīla
Pānātipātā veramaṇī sikkhāpadaṃ samādiyāmi
Adinnādānā veramaṇī sikkhāpadaṃ samādiyāmi
Kāmesu micchācārā veramaṇī sikkhāpadaṃ
samādiyāmi
Musāvādā veramaṇī sikkhāpadaṃ samādiyāmi
Surā-meraya-majja-pamādaṭṭhānā veramaṇī
sikkhāpadaṃ samādiyāmi

MEDITATION,

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Teaching Meditation in the Classroom
Using these meditations with children is not the same as reading
stories to them. Reading is passive. Children do understand and become
involved in what you are reading, but in guided meditation they become
actively involved.

Reading a story and reading a meditation are
different functions. Reading stories to children is a must because it
helps the child to learn and spell, but meditation enables the mind to become free, to explore.

Each meditation has its own distinctive theme and gives children the
opportunity to experience it. They feel the love of the Buddha; radiate
loving-kindness; climb mountains; collect seashells; become a bird; feel
the touch of the wind on their face; and go to the moon.

There
are so many things they can do, and all these things must bring their
imagination to the fore. Most importantly, they learn to appreciate the
Dharma more. In other words, they participate in the meditation and
learn to be in touch with the source of love, strength and wisdom inside
themselve

BUDDHIST STORYTELLING

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The Storytelling Mind

When I first took robes and entered the monastic community of
Ajahn Chah, I had already been practicing meditation for two years. Now,
sitting and walking mindfully for hours in a little hut in the forest
clearing, my mind gradually became quite open and sensitive. One day as I
was scanning my attention through my body, I noticed with curiosity
that there were some areas where I could hardly feel anything and my
skin felt numb. With further awareness, this perception grew even
clearer.  Then I had the thought “patches of numbness on the limbs are
one of the first signs of leprosy.”  I was not usually prone to
hypochondria, but during part of my time in the Peace Corps, I had
 worked with lepers in a rural health program.  Now my mind got
worried.  I was afraid that the numbness meant I’d contracted leprosy. 
What would I do? Do they throw leprous monks out of the temple?  My fear
grew rapidly.  Thoughts proliferated.  I pictured my whole life
unfolding as a leper, an outcast and then a beggar.  Already isolated in
my forest hut, I now felt really alone.  Then I imagined having to tell
my mother, “Your son is a leper and he can never come home.”  Self-pity
was added to the alarm.  My thoughts went crazy. What was I to do?  I
was too ashamed to say anything about it.  What if it wasn’t true?  What
if it was? I waited and practiced while this whole movie played for
several days.

Then I noticed how the areas of numbness shifted and changed.  I got
the courage to ask a senior monk about sensations, though not about
leprosy.  He explained how body perceptions change in meditation –
sometimes you feel many new sensations, sometimes parts of the body seem
to dissolve or disappear.  It could happen on the skin or inside the
body.  “You just notice it all with mindfulness,” he laughed, as if to
ease my nervousness. For three days I lived as a leper.  Now all these
thoughts vanished like a dream.  Who was I now? What would my mind make
up next?

How do we work with the storytelling mind?  The poet Muriel
Ruckheyser writes, “The universe is made of stories, not atoms.” 
Buddhist psychology emphasizes that we must understand the power of the
stories we tell, and differentiate them from the direct experience of
life.  In this way we can use thoughts without being trapped by them. 
As one of my teachers put it, “Thoughts make a good servant, but a poor
master.”

The first step for us in working with the storytelling mind is to
notice the endless stream of thoughts and commentary that plays along
with our experience.  Almost everyone who sits down to meditate is
startled by this process. Even though we try to focus our attention on
our breath or body or a prayer, we are interrupted by a torrent of
ideas, memories, plans.  This is a key insight called “Seeing the
Waterfall.” One Buddhist meditation teacher explains that the average
person has 17,000 thoughts in one day.

Just as the salivary glands secrete saliva, the mind secretes
thoughts.  The thoughts think themselves.  This thought production is
not bad, it’s simply what minds do. A cartoon I once saw depicts a car
on a long western desert highway.  A roadside sign warns, “Your own
tedious thoughts next 200 miles.”   The thought stream can take the form
of pictures, of words and stories and even more subtly of body-based
and intuitive knowings.  One of the unique features of Buddhist
psychology is that it directs us to examine both to the content of our
thoughts, and the process of thinking itself.

 

This excerpt is taken from the book, “The Wise Heart”

 

(Read Part Two of The Storytelling Mind)

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PAINTING COMPETETION DEPICTING LIFE OF THE BUDDHA.

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FAMILIARISING HOLY OBJECTS OF THE MONASTERY

http://www.religionfacts.com/buddhism/objects

Buddhist Ritual Objects

The articles in this section explore the form, function and symbolism
of the rich variety of objects used in Buddhist ritual and symbolic art.

Buddha Images
Although not used in earliest Buddhism, the Buddha image has become
one of the most popular Mahayana Buddhist ritual objects. full article →
Buddhist Art
Buddhist art includes sculptures, paintings and other art forms
that represent the stories and concepts of Buddhism. The earliest
Buddhist art, which originated in India, was mostly symbolic and avoided
figurative depictions of the Buddha… full article →
Buddhist Begging Bowls

The simple begging bowl is one of the very few possessions of a
Buddhist monk. It is used to collect alms and symbolizes the Buddha’s
teachings. full article →
Buddhist Incense Burners
One
of the most universal of Buddhist ritual vessels, incense burners are
used in all Buddhist cultures and range from large pots to small
censers. full article →
Buddhist Monastic Robes

The garb
of Buddhist monks varies from the simple saffron robes of Thailand to
the elaborate robes and headdresses of Tibetan lamas. full article →
Buddhist Skull Cups
The skull cup, normally made from a human skull, is an object used
in Tibetan rituals and associated with wrathful deities in art. full
article →
Thangka
A thangka (”flat painting”) is a
painted or embroidered banner hung in a monastery or a family altar and
carried by lamas in ceremonial processions. full article →
mala beads
Prayer beads, or mala beads, usually have 108 beads and are used
both in Hinduism and Buddhism for counting mantras, chants or prayers.
full article →
mandala
A mandala is a sacred geometric
figure that represents the universe and functions as a sacred area open
to deities and forces. full article →
prayer wheel
The
Tibetan prayer wheel contains a roll of printed mantras; to spin the
wheel is to release the prayers into the universe. full article →
singing bowl
When rubbed with a wooden puja stick, a Tibetan singing bowl makes a
resonant sound that assists in meditation and produces a calming
effect. full article →

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Article Info
Title Buddhist Ritual Objects
Published December 12, 2004
Last Updated November 18, 2016
URL www.religionfacts.com/buddhism/objects
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MLA Citation “Buddhist Ritual Objects.” ReligionFacts.com. 18 Nov. 2016. Web. Accessed 27 Apr. 2018. <www.religionfacts.com/buddhism/objects>


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