Event for Feb 2020

Dear All,

For Feb 2020,
1) 8th Feb
Blessing of money box and Tianlu 3pm to 9pm.
For those who had my Moneybox its time to do some blessing for it.

2) Reiki Healing
2nd Feb and 16th Feb

3) Naga Event
Date to be confirmed but likely to be on 22nd Feb or 23rd Feb.


Protector event

Thank you all for attending this event. All preordered candle offerings has been offered on your behalf. And dedicating 300000 大白伞盖佛母 merits to all participants.

May all be safe and protected.

Special thanks to all my students for your help to make this possible.

Event for Jan 2020

Dear All,

This is the event for Jan 2020
1)  Protector Event
10th Jan 2020@7-10pm. This event will be an event where we will do some prayers and seek protection from the protectors to make 2020 a better year for all of us and also to . During this event we will have some blessed item for sale and candle offerings to the protectors. Attendees will not have to be here throughout the event.
For those who are unable to attend you may wish to contact me for this candle offering to be done.

2) Friday Lesson
3rd Jan, 17 Jan, 31 Jan.

3) Reiki Healing
5th Jan, 12 Jan, 19th Jan. (pls refer to Awakening page for more update)

4) Chinese New Year Eve
24th Jan @10pm-2am centre will be open for all to offer a candle to start the lunar new year with a bright path ahead.
For those who are unable to attend you may wish to contact me for candle offering to be done.

Sentient beings/Insentient beings

Sentient beings [有情]— all inhabitants of the three realms of samsara who possess a mind and transmigrate within the six classes of beings. Animate things, such as plants, which do not have a mind, are not ‘sentient’.

Insentient beings [非有情]: Those beings or objects that have no emotions or consciousness, such as trees and stones. The term is contrasted with sentient beings, those forms of life that possess senses, emotions, or consciousness. Buddhism classifies all existences into two categories: sentient and insentient.


Do plants feel pain? Short answer: no.
Plants have no brain or central nervous system, which means they can’t feel anything.
Humans and animals perceive pain through sensory nerve cells. These are the same type of cells that transmit information from our senses, allowing us to smell, see, hear, taste, and touch. These cells are part of what’s called the peripheral nervous system, which includes all the body’s nerves except those in the spinal cord and brain.
Peripheral nerve cells form a network that carries messages from the skin, muscles, and organs to the spinal cord and brain. The brain responds by sending back messages to the pain site that promote the healing process.
So what does all this have to do with plants? Well, biologists know that neural systems like ours and those of other animals (yes, fish included) are one way to process information—but not the only way. Even though plants don’t have nervous systems, they can respond to stimuli. For example, when an aphid attacks a leaf, this sends an electrical signal that goes from leaf to leaf to tell the plant to start protecting itself. But it’s important to note that responding to damage does not mean the plant is in pain.
Unlike us and other animals, plants do not have nociceptors, the specific types of receptors that are programmed to respond to pain. They also, of course, don’t have brains, so they lack the machinery necessary to turn those stimuli into an actual experience. This is why plants are incapable of feeling pain.
But you know who does feel pain? Cows, pigs, chickens, turkeys, fish, lobsters, and all the other living, breathing, feeling animals humans eat. That’s right, humans and many other animals—especially mammals and other vertebrates—all developed similar central nervous system features before we went down different evolutionary paths. This means that not only do animals feel pain, but all farmed animals killed for food likely feel it in similar ways as we do.
So lets go Veg!


Dear All,

On 14 December 2019 at 2-5pm I will be conducting a 如意轮咒 chanting session.

What mantra are we chanting?

What is the benefits of chanting this mantra?
please read from this post

Who should attend?
Anyone who wish to chant this mantra together.

What should One prepare for this event?
Have an open heart for sentient being. Wear comfortably and be ready to sit on the floor.

How much to attend?
Any amount of energy exchange.

What will I get for this event?
One will get Happiness from the event and after the event some blessed items will be given and some blessed item will be available for all to purchase.

How to register?
Just come

Medicine Buddha

On 27 Oct 2019 I will like to get liked minded practitioners to get together and we will chant Medicine Buddha Mantra.

During this event you can also do light offerings(different types of light offering will be available) and purchase of blessed items.

Who to attend?
Anyone who wish to join this hours long event. Please expect to sit on the floor.

When is it?
27/10/2019@12noon to 7pm

Where is it held?
It will be at 永乐轩

What exactly we doing?
Chanting of Medicine Buddha Mantra

What to wear?
Wear comfortably and for practitioners please wear white T-shirt

How to attend?
Please let me know so that I can arrange… And pls see impt notes for more details.

Impt note
For this event please be on vegetarian diet from 25 Oct @11pm till end of event.
Tea-break will be provided if I can find a sponsor.



Yearly Reading for 2020

2019 was it a….
Good year?

Bad year?

Anyway 2019 is ending soon and its almost time to be prepared for your 2020.

2020 is coming so what is your 2020 going to be like? Will it be like 2019 full of problems? having emotional issues? or full of illness? Some choose to ignore and hope everything will turn out well while some choose to have a sneak preview of it and find ways to change it for the better. Life is about choices anyway…

For those who wish to find out what is in store for them in 2020 so do book a session… date available for booking starting 17 Oct 2019.