Every 3rd Sunday of the month we will be holding Dhamma and meditation in the forum space of the Jeffrey Smart building of the UniSA city west campus. The BSSA has entered into an agreement with the university to provide meditation as a wellbeing activity for students and staff of the University as well as the general public.
Ayya Santacari Bhikkhuni has been giving meditation classes in the Law School Boardroom on Tuesday at 1pm until 2pm for several months now. This program has been well attended and has generated positive feedback.
Now we are expanding the programs to provide a mindfulness and dhamma school every third Sunday of the month for the first semester.
From 2.00 pm until 3.30 pm will be a program for children 6 to 12 years old. Children can be booked in here
Then from 3.30 pm until 5.00 pm is a program for teens and adults. Adults and teens can book in here
The Mindfulness program has been imported from the Sri Lankan Sati Pasala and begins with introductory instructions about the nature of mindfulness and how to do walking meditation and sitting meditation. Then the students will engage in walking meditation practice followed by sitting meditation practice. A short period of feedback from the children completes the Sati Pasala program of 1.5 hours.