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Developing Healthy Habits of the Mind at a Very Young Age

Sati Pasela @ Isurupaya – Teacher Education Program

At Isurupaya - the Education Ministry -  this week, the Minister and Secretary endorsed commencing teacher education programs on mindfulness, starting January 2017. Initially commencing with the National Schools of all denominations in the Western Province (72), batches of teachers from each school, will be introduced to mindfulness practice based on

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සති සරසවිය, Mindfulness on Campus

සති සරසවිය / Mindfulness on Campus

සති සරසවිය or Mindfulness on Campus, a new program designed to share mindfulness with Sri Lankan undergraduates was inaugurated at the Faculty of Medical Sciences, University of Sri Jayawardenapura on 19th November 2016. This secular mindfulness initiative is modeled on the lines of සති පාසැල or Mindful School, and will

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Analysing Sati Pasela Feedback : Students and Teachers

The Sati Pasela program was officially launched  in March 2016. In the initial phase of the program 43 schools had registered and the majority of schools are located in Gampaha and Colombo districts. The Sati Pasela book with instructional essays was  distributed amongst these schools, and the teachers and students had discussed

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Vijithapura Dutugemunu Aranya welcomes Sati Pasela

On the 27th of August 2016 a historic meeting took place in the scenic environs of the banks of the Kalaweva. Vijithapura Dutugemunu Aranya is now an official affiliate of the Nissarana Vanaya monastery where resident monks practice meditation diligently. Logistics of commencing Sati Pasela in nearly 300 schools in the Anuradhapura

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Samadhi Buddhist Vihara. Chirstchurch, New Zealand Supports “Sati Pasela”

Most Venerable Mukuldeniyae Somarathana Maha Thero, Samadhi Buddhist Vihara, Christchurch, New Zealand supporting and appreciating "Sati Pasela" I came to know about the Sathi Pasala concept from Ven. U.Dhammajiva thero, at the time I visited him in Nissaranavanaya, Meethirigala, Sri Lanka last year. Venerable Thero said that he was inspired by

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