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Bathing The Buddha On Wesak

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A Power Point Presentation on the Significance of Bathing The Buddha On Wesak. Wesak - A Time for us to make aspirations and strive on in the Dhamma. Background Music is a Pali Chant on "Taking …

A Power Point Presentation on the Significance of Bathing The Buddha On Wesak. Wesak - A Time for us to make aspirations and strive on in the Dhamma. Background Music is a Pali Chant on "Taking Refuges in The Buddha, Dhamma and Sangha" chanted by Hariharan.

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  • 1. Bathing The Buddha On WESAK
  • 2. Bathing The Statue Of The Buddha Symbolizes Our Aspiration, Determination and Effort To Purify Our Body, Speech And Mind
  • 3. Purification of The Body
    • No Killing
    • No Stealing
    • No Sexual Misconduct
  • 4. Purification of The Speech * No Lying * No Slander * No Harsh Speech * No Gossip
  • 5. Purification of The Mind * No Covetousness * No Hatred * No Delusion
  • 6. BATHING OF THE BUDDHA Let us aspire to cleanse our mind of GREED, HATRED and DELUSION
  • 7. As We Bathe The Little Buddha Let Us Make Positive Aspirations
  • 8. “ May I Be Free From Greed”
  • 9. “ May I Be Free From Unwholesome Desires”
  • 10. “ May I Be Free From Enmity”
  • 11. “ May I Be Free From Anger”
  • 12. “ May I Be Free From Ill Will”
  • 13. “ May I Be Free From Aversion”
  • 14. “ May I Be Free From Jealousy”
  • 15. “ May I Be Free From Impatience”
  • 16. “ May I Be Free From Hatred”
  • 17. “ May I Be Free From Delusion”
  • 18. “ May I Be Free From Ignorance”
  • 19. “ May I Be Free From Selfishness”
  • 20. “ May I Free From Egoism”
  • 21. “ May I Be Generous”
  • 22. “ May I Ever Be Ready To Serve Others”
  • 23. “ May I Always Practice Charity”
  • 24. “ May I Practice Loving-Kindness”
  • 25. “ May I Be Compassionate”
  • 26. “ May I Be Always Mindful”
  • 27. “ May I Grow In My Wisdom”
  • 28. “ May I Be Clear In My Mind”
  • 29. “ May I Be Calm”
  • 30. “ May I Be Peaceful”
  • 31. “ May I Be Friendly and Kind”
  • 32. “ May I Always Be Heedful”
  • 33. “ May I Walk The Dhamma Way”
  • 34. “ May I Always Practice Good Moral Conduct”
  • 35. “ May I See Things As They Truly Are”
  • 36. “ May The Dhamma Always Be With Me”
  • 37. “ May We All Live In Peace And Harmony”
  • 38. “ May I Attain The Bliss of Nibbana”
  • 39. Happy Wesak May You Grow In Compassion May You Grow In Wisdom With Metta, Bro. Oh Teik Bin