TIME: 6.40 am
TIME: 9.00 am (For SUNDAYS only)
Morning Chanting requires discipline and diligence as one not only have to wake up early but also to focus the mind and not fall back into slumber to the monotonous tone of the chants.
Nonetheless, to be able to commit to morning chanting could just provide the right jump start for the day. Waking up early has long been proven beneficial to our health, and chanting helps us to sharpen up our minds to face whatever there is to come throughout the day.
9.00 am to 9.30 am: Morning Chanting
9.30 am to 9.45 am: Taking of 5 Precepts
9.45 am to 10.00 am: Puja Offering (Light, Flowers, Incense, Water, Fruits)
10.00 am to 11.00 am: Dhamma Sharing
11.15 am: Dana Offering to Sangha
TIME: 7.00 pm
To conclude our day, evening chanting helps soothes our minds and calm our body. After a day of hard work or stressful situations, chanting brings back our mindfulness and relieves our emotions.
Each session lasts approximately an hour.