Buddhist Pali Evening Chanting...

Buddhist Pali Evening Chanting with the monks: Thru FaceBook under Ajahn Sarayut’s Page

Due to the spread of Coronavirus, we decided to offer the Evening Chanting virtually online through Facebook every morning at 5 p.m.(az-mountain time). If you are interested in deepening your spiritual practice together with our monks, samanera, nun and others members and friends of Wat Buddhametta, welcome to join us through Facebook. This is something we can do to close our day with the chanting and meditation during this time of public health crisis. As the chanting is considered as one forms of mindfulness meditation practice in Buddhist practice. At this time we try to keep the session under 1 hour and 10 minutes followed by approximately 15 minutes of meditation. In Buddhist tradition normally we chant twice a day, the morning and evening as an integral part of the daily monastic routine. Chanting the suttas and paritta, the verses of protection and blessing, in Pali is an ancient way of preserving the teaching of the Buddha and is a characteristic of the Theravada tradition.