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Feel Life's Potential Reward

Feel Life's Potential Reward

September 1st - October 31st, 2011
Many of us know and admire someone who has dedicated their life to serving others. You may know them personally, you may have heard about them from someone else, or perhaps you were on the receiving end of their selfless service. If you know such a person or people, it's likely that you have wished for them to be recognized or rewarded.

Asarnha Bucha Day

Asarnha Bucha Day

July 15th
Here at Kamalaya we've just celebrated Asarnha Bucha day paying respects to the local monks. "Asarnha Bucha" means paying homage and worshiping on the day identified according to the lunar calendar during the eighth month. In the Pali language, "Asanha' is the name of the eighth month. In Thailand, Asarnha Bucha Day (Asanha Puja Day) is one of the government holidays or the public holiday. This day is one of the most sacred in Buddhism. It is a Buddhist festival which typically takes place in July, on the fifteenth day of the waxing moon of the eighth lunar month. It commemorates the day on which Lord Buddha delivered his first sermon called "the Dhammachakapavattana Sutta" to his first five chief disciples at the Deer Park in Benares more than two thousand five hundred years ago. In this holy day, Buddhists all over the country observe the day by presenting offerings to the monks, listening to the sermons, and performing ritual prayers. Many guests came to take part in the ceremonies that took place in the Yantra Hall on this auspicious day.

Donation for the victims of tsunami in Japan

Donation for the victims of tsunami in Japan

April 4th
Donation for the victims of tsunami in Japan
Kamalaya will donate 50% of your session fee (Shiatsu with Yutaka Homma) to be distributed directly among the affected population of the earthquake & tsunami via: Japanese Red Cross Society

About Namikoshi Shiatsu
Namikoshi Shiatsu, a manual therapy developed in Japan through a synthesis of Eastern and Western medical concepts, uses mankind's most ancient medical tools – the human hand and human hearts – to treat the patient using a holistic approach that stimulates the body's own natural self-healing power to correct imbalances and effect a cure from within.

Kamalaya's New Year Monk Ceremony

Kamalaya's New Year Monk Ceremony

Saturday, 1 January 2011
Programme:
09:00 - Respect to Spirit House around Kamalaya
10.30 - Monk blessing at the Yantra Hall
Buddhist monks from Laem Sor Temple will hold a blessing ceremony.