Dhamma Sharing

Here are the compilation of informal Dhamma sharing articles

Advise to those struggling with their practice

Advise to those struggling with their practice

Khun Mae mentioned it is very important to have is patience and endurance to achieve sila, samadhi and panna. Below is her advise: Dhamma sharing for one’s practice is that one practices ...
Managing pain and illness with equanimity and the breath

Managing pain and illness with equanimity and the breath

When it comes to hardship, pain and illness, it is something that Khun Mae is well familiar which she faces with equanimity. Many people have sought advise from her and many times, she is able to ...
Strange experience when practicing at the cave

Strange experience when practicing at the cave

In year 2009, I was staying in the cave with a nun, Mae Chee Baibun. There is no electricity in the cave so by 7pm, it is already quite dark. As it was getting dusk, I went up to the cave first to ...
Does a donor who donate through someone gets the merit?

Does a donor who donate through someone gets the merit?

Usually, it is a custom whereby when we pass donation of any kind (requisites, money) directly to monks and nuns, they would chant transference of merits to us. Sometimes, there would be someone who ...
Significance of Mahasanghadana

Significance of Mahasanghadana

Back to Dhamma Sharing The sharing below was provided by Khun Mae to explain on the significance of holding a Mahasanghadana event. Originally this article was first written for the Mahasanghadana ...
The benefits of offering alms food to the Sangha

The benefits of offering alms food to the Sangha

Back to Dhamma Sharing A lay person who offer alms and sincerely dedicate the merits to the departed relatives and kammic debtors brings immense benefits to them. The benefits are many fold: The food ...
Walking meditation guide

Walking meditation guide

How Khun Mae had trained herself for walking meditation: Khun Mae had spent 5 years during her initial years as a nun staying in caves, forests and cemetries. During the very beginning, she had ...
Do not judge a person by his/her outward appearance and behavior

Do not judge a person by his/her outward appearance and behavior

Back to Dhamma Sharing From the time I first know Khun Mae until now, I’ve never seen her judge any persons by their outward appearance. In fact, her understanding of the person can totally come as ...