Dhamma Sharing

Here are the compilation of informal Dhamma sharing articles

Experience Sharing from the Short Term Ordination

In December 2010, Khun Mae had organised the Short Term Ordination for Novices. A number of her disciples send their children to undergo short term ordination in Samnak. One of the benefits of the ...
The Importance of Chanting in Our Cultivation

The Importance of Chanting in Our Cultivation

View video slideshow: Chanting as good as listening to the Buddha giving a Dhamma talk. Khun Mae advised thatit is important if we really want to walk the path. If we don’t even understand ...
No one can make us miserable

No one can make us miserable

Back to Dhamma Sharing Often, people who see Khun Mae would enviably end up sharing with Khun Mae how their lives have been unhappy because of their spouse, children, boss, relatives, friends, etc. ...
Changing fate and destiny through chanting and meditation

Changing fate and destiny through chanting and meditation

Back to Dhamma Sharing Most of us would always be curious about our fate and the future. As such, people would come to Khun Mae to request Khun Mae to see and tell their fate and future. Should they ...
Mindfulness in daily living

Mindfulness in daily living

Back to Dhamma Sharing One of the things we learn is in whatever we do, we should do it mindfully and with patience and care. And in the monastery, whatever that we can do, we do it on our own ...
Lessons by the river

Lessons by the river

Even as an abbot, Khun Mae does most of the work herself- literally everything from A to Z. Most of her foreign disciples, coming from land of outsourcing menial tasks may find it puzzling at first. ...
Advise by Luang Phor

Advise by Luang Phor

Back to Dhamma Sharing If you are familiar with chanting, then you can do chanting. If you are just a beginner or not familiar, you can just chant “Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahanto Samma ...
The Power of Sila (Precepts) and Taking Refuge in the Triple Gem

The Power of Sila (Precepts) and Taking Refuge in the Triple Gem

Khun Mae had delivered the following talk many years ago at a monastery in Johor at the request of the abbot there (she delivered in Thai while the abbot translated to Mandarin). This is the second ...