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Jan
20
Sun
North Kohala Sunday Sitting, Hawai‘i Island @ Vipassana Hawaiʻi
Jan 20 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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4:00 – 4:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation
4:45 – 5:30 (only when a teacher is on island) – Dhamma talk, questions and answers.

Everyone Welcome – No charge – Dana for teachers accepted – Please arrive on time.
Bring a cushion if desirable. Chairs are available.
From either Waimea (Mountain Road) or Kona (Queen Ka`ahumanu Hwy.), reach Akoni Pule Highway (Hwy 270), and drive in the direction of Pololu look-out. Go through Kapa`au town, past the statue of King Kamehameha. Pretty soon you will pass the Hongwanji Mission on your right and dip into a gulch (Halawa) and back out again. On your right you will pass a Chinese temple followed by the Rankin Gallery. Begin looking for a “Halawa Catholic Cemetery” sign on your left (ocean side), turn left into the road directly after the sign – (before the “Do Not Pass” sign, before you pass the 26 mile marker, and before the one-lane bridge. If you cross the one-lane bridge you have gone too far).

At the T, turn left again. Stay on this uneven road through a tunnel of trees (Pratt Rd) until you reach its end. (You will pass the entrances to HIP Agriculture and Inhabit on your right and continue on through a gate into another tunnel of trees). When you can drive no further along Pratt Rd, take a right onto Vipassana Hawai`i’s land. Sometimes the gate remains closed until about a quarter to 4, so if you arrive early, just walk in or wait for one of the local Sangha to unlock it.

O‘ahu Sangha Sunday Sitting @ Bodhi Tree
Jan 20 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

5:00 – 5:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation

5:45 – 6:30 – Dhamma talk, sharing reflections and practice experiences, questions, and answers.

IMG_3838Weekly mindfulness meditation practice for beginners through seasoned practitioners. This session is free and open to the public and no advanced registration is needed. Voluntary donations to the temple will be gratefully accepted.

Our location for the Chan Khong Buddhist Temple is at 1105 Hind Iuka Drive in Aina Haina. There is plenty of street parking on the same side of the street as the temple. Please note there are several flights of stairs up to the facility. For driving directions please view this map.

Jan
27
Sun
North Kohala Sunday Sitting, Hawai‘i Island @ Vipassana Hawaiʻi
Jan 27 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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4:00 – 4:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation
4:45 – 5:30 (only when a teacher is on island) – Dhamma talk, questions and answers.

Everyone Welcome – No charge – Dana for teachers accepted – Please arrive on time.
Bring a cushion if desirable. Chairs are available.
From either Waimea (Mountain Road) or Kona (Queen Ka`ahumanu Hwy.), reach Akoni Pule Highway (Hwy 270), and drive in the direction of Pololu look-out. Go through Kapa`au town, past the statue of King Kamehameha. Pretty soon you will pass the Hongwanji Mission on your right and dip into a gulch (Halawa) and back out again. On your right you will pass a Chinese temple followed by the Rankin Gallery. Begin looking for a “Halawa Catholic Cemetery” sign on your left (ocean side), turn left into the road directly after the sign – (before the “Do Not Pass” sign, before you pass the 26 mile marker, and before the one-lane bridge. If you cross the one-lane bridge you have gone too far).

At the T, turn left again. Stay on this uneven road through a tunnel of trees (Pratt Rd) until you reach its end. (You will pass the entrances to HIP Agriculture and Inhabit on your right and continue on through a gate into another tunnel of trees). When you can drive no further along Pratt Rd, take a right onto Vipassana Hawai`i’s land. Sometimes the gate remains closed until about a quarter to 4, so if you arrive early, just walk in or wait for one of the local Sangha to unlock it.

O‘ahu Sangha Sunday Sitting @ Bodhi Tree
Jan 27 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

5:00 – 5:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation

5:45 – 6:30 – Dhamma talk, sharing reflections and practice experiences, questions, and answers.

IMG_3838Weekly mindfulness meditation practice for beginners through seasoned practitioners. This session is free and open to the public and no advanced registration is needed. Voluntary donations to the temple will be gratefully accepted.

Our location for the Chan Khong Buddhist Temple is at 1105 Hind Iuka Drive in Aina Haina. There is plenty of street parking on the same side of the street as the temple. Please note there are several flights of stairs up to the facility. For driving directions please view this map.

Feb
3
Sun
North Kohala Sunday Sitting, Hawai‘i Island @ Vipassana Hawaiʻi
Feb 3 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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4:00 – 4:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation
4:45 – 5:30 (only when a teacher is on island) – Dhamma talk, questions and answers.

Everyone Welcome – No charge – Dana for teachers accepted – Please arrive on time.
Bring a cushion if desirable. Chairs are available.
From either Waimea (Mountain Road) or Kona (Queen Ka`ahumanu Hwy.), reach Akoni Pule Highway (Hwy 270), and drive in the direction of Pololu look-out. Go through Kapa`au town, past the statue of King Kamehameha. Pretty soon you will pass the Hongwanji Mission on your right and dip into a gulch (Halawa) and back out again. On your right you will pass a Chinese temple followed by the Rankin Gallery. Begin looking for a “Halawa Catholic Cemetery” sign on your left (ocean side), turn left into the road directly after the sign – (before the “Do Not Pass” sign, before you pass the 26 mile marker, and before the one-lane bridge. If you cross the one-lane bridge you have gone too far).

At the T, turn left again. Stay on this uneven road through a tunnel of trees (Pratt Rd) until you reach its end. (You will pass the entrances to HIP Agriculture and Inhabit on your right and continue on through a gate into another tunnel of trees). When you can drive no further along Pratt Rd, take a right onto Vipassana Hawai`i’s land. Sometimes the gate remains closed until about a quarter to 4, so if you arrive early, just walk in or wait for one of the local Sangha to unlock it.

O‘ahu Sangha Sunday Sitting @ Bodhi Tree
Feb 3 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

5:00 – 5:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation

5:45 – 6:30 – Dhamma talk, sharing reflections and practice experiences, questions, and answers.

IMG_3838Weekly mindfulness meditation practice for beginners through seasoned practitioners. This session is free and open to the public and no advanced registration is needed. Voluntary donations to the temple will be gratefully accepted.

Our location for the Chan Khong Buddhist Temple is at 1105 Hind Iuka Drive in Aina Haina. There is plenty of street parking on the same side of the street as the temple. Please note there are several flights of stairs up to the facility. For driving directions please view this map.

Feb
10
Sun
North Kohala Sunday Sitting, Hawai‘i Island @ Vipassana Hawaiʻi
Feb 10 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

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4:00 – 4:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation
4:45 – 5:30 (only when a teacher is on island) – Dhamma talk, questions and answers.

Everyone Welcome – No charge – Dana for teachers accepted – Please arrive on time.
Bring a cushion if desirable. Chairs are available.
From either Waimea (Mountain Road) or Kona (Queen Ka`ahumanu Hwy.), reach Akoni Pule Highway (Hwy 270), and drive in the direction of Pololu look-out. Go through Kapa`au town, past the statue of King Kamehameha. Pretty soon you will pass the Hongwanji Mission on your right and dip into a gulch (Halawa) and back out again. On your right you will pass a Chinese temple followed by the Rankin Gallery. Begin looking for a “Halawa Catholic Cemetery” sign on your left (ocean side), turn left into the road directly after the sign – (before the “Do Not Pass” sign, before you pass the 26 mile marker, and before the one-lane bridge. If you cross the one-lane bridge you have gone too far).

At the T, turn left again. Stay on this uneven road through a tunnel of trees (Pratt Rd) until you reach its end. (You will pass the entrances to HIP Agriculture and Inhabit on your right and continue on through a gate into another tunnel of trees). When you can drive no further along Pratt Rd, take a right onto Vipassana Hawai`i’s land. Sometimes the gate remains closed until about a quarter to 4, so if you arrive early, just walk in or wait for one of the local Sangha to unlock it.

O‘ahu Sangha Sunday Sitting @ Bodhi Tree
Feb 10 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

5:00 – 5:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation

5:45 – 6:30 – Dhamma talk, sharing reflections and practice experiences, questions, and answers.

IMG_3838Weekly mindfulness meditation practice for beginners through seasoned practitioners. This session is free and open to the public and no advanced registration is needed. Voluntary donations to the temple will be gratefully accepted.

Our location for the Chan Khong Buddhist Temple is at 1105 Hind Iuka Drive in Aina Haina. There is plenty of street parking on the same side of the street as the temple. Please note there are several flights of stairs up to the facility. For driving directions please view this map.

Feb
17
Sun
North Kohala Sunday Sitting, Hawai‘i Island @ Vipassana Hawaiʻi
Feb 17 @ 4:00 pm – 5:30 pm

IMG_7343

4:00 – 4:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation
4:45 – 5:30 (only when a teacher is on island) – Dhamma talk, questions and answers.

Everyone Welcome – No charge – Dana for teachers accepted – Please arrive on time.
Bring a cushion if desirable. Chairs are available.
From either Waimea (Mountain Road) or Kona (Queen Ka`ahumanu Hwy.), reach Akoni Pule Highway (Hwy 270), and drive in the direction of Pololu look-out. Go through Kapa`au town, past the statue of King Kamehameha. Pretty soon you will pass the Hongwanji Mission on your right and dip into a gulch (Halawa) and back out again. On your right you will pass a Chinese temple followed by the Rankin Gallery. Begin looking for a “Halawa Catholic Cemetery” sign on your left (ocean side), turn left into the road directly after the sign – (before the “Do Not Pass” sign, before you pass the 26 mile marker, and before the one-lane bridge. If you cross the one-lane bridge you have gone too far).

At the T, turn left again. Stay on this uneven road through a tunnel of trees (Pratt Rd) until you reach its end. (You will pass the entrances to HIP Agriculture and Inhabit on your right and continue on through a gate into another tunnel of trees). When you can drive no further along Pratt Rd, take a right onto Vipassana Hawai`i’s land. Sometimes the gate remains closed until about a quarter to 4, so if you arrive early, just walk in or wait for one of the local Sangha to unlock it.

O‘ahu Sangha Sunday Sitting @ Bodhi Tree
Feb 17 @ 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm

5:00 – 5:45 – Silent Sitting Meditation

5:45 – 6:30 – Dhamma talk, sharing reflections and practice experiences, questions, and answers.

IMG_3838Weekly mindfulness meditation practice for beginners through seasoned practitioners. This session is free and open to the public and no advanced registration is needed. Voluntary donations to the temple will be gratefully accepted.

Our location for the Chan Khong Buddhist Temple is at 1105 Hind Iuka Drive in Aina Haina. There is plenty of street parking on the same side of the street as the temple. Please note there are several flights of stairs up to the facility. For driving directions please view this map.