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Meditation is a medicine

Meditation is a type of mind-body medicine. People have meditated for thousands of years. The Buddha is seen in several suttas encouraging monks to develop jhāna (which is a meditative state). Meditation is the key to opening the doors of inner awakening which leads to liberation.

Those who meditate train themselves to focus on one thing, such as their breath. When the mind wanders, the practice of meditation trains the mind to return to the focus.

Meditation brings wisdom;
lack of meditation leaves ignorance.
Know well what leads you forward
and what holds you back,
and choose the path
that leads to wisdom




Born nearly eight decades ago in 1941, Brother Chee Bok Chui worked as a government officer for 30 years and took up meditation in the 70s. He has been conducting meditation classes since the late 80s at various places in Malacca, Taiping, and Kuantan.

Since the 90s, he has been conducting his meditation classes at Sri Jayanti Sentul Temple, Wat Chetawan Thai Temple in Petaling Jaya, and the Buddhist Maha Vihara, Brickfields where the energetic nearly 80-year old continues to conduct classes today.

Buddhist Practices

Buddhism expounds on two classes of meditation; 
samathabhavana (for the development of concentration) 
vipassanabhavana (for the development of wisdom).

BMV’s meditation classes will teach you the various meditation techniques in Buddhism, the workings of the mind, how to manage it, and much more

Benefits of Meditation

Improved Concentration

Regular meditation practice enhances concentration and focus, sharpening the mind and improving cognitive abilities. 

Stress Reduction

Meditation is renowned for its ability to reduce stress and promote relaxation. By incorporating mindfulness into your daily routine, you can develop a greater capacity to navigate life's challenges with equanimity.

Enhanced Emotional Well-being

Meditation fosters emotional well-being by helping individuals gain a deeper understanding of their thoughts and emotions. This self-awareness allows for greater emotional resilience and the ability to respond to situations with greater compassion and understanding

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7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

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