WBU Forum March 2011

Programme :        WBU SUNDAY FORUM                                          

 Topic :                    Meditation for Healing Part II

 

Date & Time :       Sunday March 6, 2554(2011), 12:00 – 14.00 : P.M.                       

 

Speaker :               Dr. Mano Mettanando Laohavanich

 

About the Topic :  In brief: Healing Meditation has been essential part of Buddhist spiritual practice for centuries as shown in ancient manuscript of The Supreme Patriarch Suk Kai-Thuan who was the Guru of King Rama I, the founder of the Cakri Dynasty. The precept and practice will be discussed in the forum to participants.

 

 About the Speaker :

NAME : Dr. Mano Mettanando Laohavanich(Formerly: Venerable Mettanando Bhikkhu)

GENDER :   Male

DATE OF BIRTH:  17 May 1956

Social Status: Single

MD license: 10157

Continuing Medical Education Score: 1197%

Home Address:  7/4 Pridi Banomyong 20,

Sukhumvit 71,

Bangkok 10110

Hone phone: 02-711-3911, 02-711-0373

Home fax: 02-711-0378

Mobile phone:  081-816-8016

Office phone: 02-613-3701-5

Office fax: 02-623-5167

Email:  mettanando@hotmail.com

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Location :

Meeting Room, the World Buddhist University, 3rd floor, WFB Headquarters Bldg., in Benjasiri Park, Sukhumvit 24, Bangkok, Time : 12.00-13.30 pm. All are welcome to join the programme free of charge. For more information, please call 02-258-0369 to -0373, fax 02-258-0372, or see http://www.worldbuddhistuniversity.com

The WBU shares the same building with the WFB (World Fellowship of Buddhists), and can be found by our maps below. It is on the third floor. The WBU is open most office hours, and the building can be entered from the rear of the building from the Soi. The front gate that faces the park is generally locked, but there is access to walk through to the rear.

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