Sati Pasala Programme at Gymnasium, Balangoda – 11th March 2019

Sati Pasala Programme at Gymnasium, Balangoda - 11th March 2019

Sati Pasala programme was held at Gymnasium at Balangoda on 11th March 2019 for 45 members of the Gymnasium from 9.00am to 11.00am. They enthusiastically participated in the programme. The purpose of the people who come to the gymnasium as their life habit, to relax their minds and to maintain their healthy life. Therefore, Sati Pasala mindfulness programme is very helpful for them to reach their purpose.

Ven. Kurunegala Sobhitha Thero conducted the programme in a very productive manner. Being in the present moment was introduced through mindful sitting, mindful walking and mindful eating. They shared their experiences with others at the end of the programme. According to their experiences, they said that their minds got relaxed. As this is a different target group the message about mindfulness can be passed to their families very effectively.

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Sati Pasala Programme at Shanthi Sewana Elders’ Home – 27th January 2019

Sati Pasala Programme at Shanthi Sewana Elders Home - 27th January 2019

New Hopewell & Wikiliya Team has organized a Sati Pasala programme at Srilanka biggest Elders’ home – Shanthi Sewana Elders’ Home, Anuradhapura on 27th January 2019. In elders’ homes loneliness, depression, and anxiety are considerable risk factors for residents. The objective of this program is to help the helpless poor elders by relaxing their minds. Mindfulness may help elders to find peace within themselves with daily practice. Also, mindfulness for the elders is an encouraging intervention that is well worth introducing.

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Mindfulness for Vocational Training Authority Wegiriya Centre, Hodiyadeniya

Mindfulness for Vocational Training Authority Wegiriya Centre, Hodiyadeniya

Sati Pasala mindfulness programme was held at the Vocational Training Authority Wegiriya Centre, Hodiyadeniya on 14th of January 2019. The Programme was organized by the Mindful School coordinator Mr. Manjula Thilakarathne and conducted by most ven. Rajasinghegama Thilakadhamma Thero. About 50 students participated in the programme and mindfulness was introduced to them via various activities including Mindful Walking, Mindful Sitting, Mindful Listening and Mindful Eating exercises.

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