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2017


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 Buddhist Vipassana Meditation, Loving Kindness Meditation (Metta), Integral AwarenessMeditation 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 Latprao 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 home link above)

 

Address in Thai

26/9 ลาดพร้าว ซอย 15
ต. จอมพล อ.จตุจักร
กรุงเทพฯ 10900
ประเทศไทย
อยู่ห่างจากห้างเซ็นทรัลลาดพร้าวเพียง 1 กิโลเมตร
หรือนั่งแท๊กซี่ประมาณ 10 นาทีจาก BTS หมอชิด
หรือเดินจาก MRT (ทางออก 3) ลาดพร้าวประมาณ 10 นาที


Contact numbers:

Tel. 662 (from outside Thailand)
or 02-511-0439 (in Thailand)
email: dhamma.art@gmail.com


Recommended websites

 


Scheduled courses for January to April 2017
Click on the links below each section for full details.


 

Date

Course

Summary

 

January 2017

 

Thursday, January 5:




 

One-day introduction to Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation:

 

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience


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Workshop details
Initially there is a theoretical introduction to the 4 Brahma Viharas: Metta (Loving Kindness); Karuna (Compassion); Mudita (Sympathetic joy and Upekha (equanimity).

You are shown how to calm and clear the mind, chant for the well-being of all and use visualisation to intensify the practice.

Link for full details


Friday, January 6 and Saturday, January 7:

 

 

 

 

 


Two-day Traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

 

 

 

For beginners and as a refresher


sitting Buddha

 

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 course details


Wednesday, January 11

 

 

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Saturday, January 14


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest


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In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details


Thursday, January 19 & Friday, January 20


Learn Reiki Healing level One


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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

Link for Reiki healing sessions

 


Saturday, January 21 and Sunday, January 22

 


Two-day Traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

 

 

For beginners and as a refresher


sitting Buddha

 

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, January 27 & Saturday, January 28

 


Traditional Buddhist Vipassana Meditation

Follow-up Mini-retreat

 

for meditators experienced in this form of meditation

(non-residential)

 


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For adult English speakers who would like to hone up their practice of traditional Buddhist Vipassana (mindfulness) meditation

 

Link for more details

 


February


Thursday, February 2


One-day introduction to Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation:

 

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience


tara

Workshop details
Initially there is a theoretical introduction to the 4 Brahma Viharas: Metta (Loving Kindness); Karuna (Compassion); Mudita (Sympathetic joy and Upekha (equanimity).

You are shown how to calm and clear the mind, chant for the well-being of all and use visualisation to intensify the practice.

Link for full details


Friday, February 3 & Saturday, February 4


Learn Reiki Healing level One


treegreen

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

Link for Reiki healing sessions


Wednesday, February 8


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest

 

wheelbudd

 

In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details


Friday, February 10 and Saturday, February 11


Two-day Traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

 

For beginners and as a refresher

 

sitting Buddha

 

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


Monday, February 13 to Thursday, February 16

 


Mindful Morning Meditation at The House of Dhamma

 

 

For beginners

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A four-morning course for adult English speakers who would like to learn how to practice traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation

 

Link for full details



Wednesday, February 22 & Thursday, February 23


Integral Awareness Meditation


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Less Buddhist culture: more authentic personal practice

Link for full details




Saturday, February 25


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest



wheelbudd

 

In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details

 


March


Thursday, March 2


One-day introduction to Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation:

 

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience


tara

Workshop details
Initially there is a theoretical introduction to the 4 Brahma Viharas: Metta (Loving Kindness); Karuna (Compassion); Mudita (Sympathetic joy and Upekha (equanimity).

You are shown how to calm and clear the mind, chant for the well-being of all and use visualisation to intensify the practice.

Link for full details


Saturday, March 4


Traditional Buddhist Vipassana Meditation

One-day follow-up

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience

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A day of fairly intensive, mostly silent, meditation practice.
These one-day sessions are intended for those who have completed the House of Dhamma ‘Taster’ or ‘Vipassana introductory’ courses or who have already practised in the Mahasri Sayadaw tradition and who wish to brush up their practice or to refine it.

 

Link for full details


Wednesday, March 8


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest


 

wheelbudd

 

In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details


Friday, March 10 & Saturday, March 11


Two-day Traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

 

For beginners and as a refresher

 

sitting Buddha

 

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, March 17 & Saturday, March 18


Learn Reiki Healing level One


treegreen

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

Link for Reiki healing sessions

 


April


Thursday, April 6


One-day introduction to Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation:

 

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience


tara

Workshop details
Initially there is a theoretical introduction to the 4 Brahma Viharas: Metta (Loving Kindness); Karuna (Compassion); Mudita (Sympathetic joy and Upekha (equanimity).

You are shown how to calm and clear the mind, chant for the well-being of all and use visualisation to intensify the practice.

Link for full details


Friday, April 7 & Saturday, April 8


Two-day Traditional Buddhist Vipassana meditation Introductory course

 

For beginners and as a refresher

 

sitting Buddha

 

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


Wednesday, April 12


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest



wheelbudd

 

In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details


Saturday, April 15


Traditional Buddhist Vipassana Meditation

One-day follow-up

 

This course is for participants with some previous Buddhist meditation experience

 

A day of fairly intensive, mostly silent, meditation practice.
These one-day sessions are intended for those who have completed the House of Dhamma ‘Taster’ or ‘Vipassana introductory’ courses or who have already practised in the Mahasri Sayadaw tradition and who wish to brush up their practice or to refine it.

 

Link for full details

 


Tuesday, April 18 & Wednesday, April 19


Integral Awareness Meditation


bubbles

 

 

Less Buddhist culture: more authentic personal practice

Link for full details



Friday,
April 21 & Saturday, April 22


Learn Reiki Healing level Two


treegreen

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

Link for Reiki healing sessions


Saturday, April 29


One-day special: Vipassana Taster

 

 

For beginners and general interest



wheelbudd

 

In an integrated way, participants will discover ways in which concentration-based meditation differs from awareness-based meditation. They will practise standing, walking and sitting meditation and have the opportunity to ask questions about the practice and their personal experience of it.

Link for full details

Note: A written application and a deposit are required for all courses

 

Courses requested by you


 

The following courses can also sometimes be arranged on request at times that fit in with your schedule. They will usually be on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays in the daytime.

Please apply by e-mail giving contact details to  dhamma.art@gmail.com   at least 5 days before the date you wish to attend.

 


Pendulum Power:  

2 hours -3,000 Baht for an individual session

2,000 Baht per person for a small group session arranged by you (2 - 4 people)

Discover your healing crystals:

 

2 hours -3,000 Baht for an individual session

2,000 Baht per person for a small group session arranged by you
(2 - 4 people)

Integral Awareness Meditation
Less Buddhist culture: More authentic personal practice 2 consecutive days – 10 am to about 4.30 pm -

8,000 Baht per person for a small group arranged by you (2 - 4 people)

10,000 Baht for an individual session
Metta (Loving kindness) Meditation  

1 day – 10 am to about 4.00 pm

3,500 Baht per person for small groups of 2 – 4 people at scheduled times.

4,000 Baht per person for a small group arranged by you (2 - 4 people)

4,500 Baht for an individual session

(Suitable for those who have some experience of Buddhist meditation)

 

 

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You can get full details
for each of the courses
by clicking on the links
below each section above

or by clicking on the links below
.

 


Buddhist Vipassana Meditation One-day taster courses:

Buddhist Vipassana Meditation Introductory courses:

Mindful Morning Meditation at The House of Dhamma

Buddhist Vipassana Meditation follow-up days:

Follow up days for beginners

Follow-up days for experienced meditators


Follow-up Mini-retreat

for meditators experienced in Traditional Buddhist Vipassana Meditation

(non-residential)


Integral Awareness Meditation courses:

Metta (Loving Kindness) Meditation courses:

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 five days in advance for any scheduled course or requested course
by copying the questions below to an e-mail, answering them and sending those answers by email to dhamma.art@gmail.com giving an email address for follow-up and confirmation.

For application questions click here

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 often nobody is near the phone when it rings.
Sorry, No mobile phone.


Please make an appointment before visiting.
If you just drop by, there may not be anyone here to talk with you.

 


Advance booking and a deposit are required.

Accommodation is not available at the House of Dhamma but there are guest houses and reasonably-priced hotels and hostels within easy travelling distance. An up-to-date list of these is available on request.

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

Phone (from outside Thailand) 66 02 511-0439

or 02 511-0439 (within Thailand)

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


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