Weekly Meditation/Dhamma Class, Every Saturday

Please join our regular Saturday gathering for instruction in traditional Buddhist meditation techniques and Dhamma

discussion with Master Buddhist Monks and featured speaker Ven. Phrakru Srividesdhammakun, Ph.D.

(This course is free of charge)

Benefits of Study Include:

  • Improved physical and mental health
  • Calming and restful experience
  • Full awareness
  • Improved work performance
  • Development of Mindfulness

Every Saturday,
8:30am-10:30am Morning class
12:30pm-3:30pm Afternoon class

3687 Fleming St. Riverside, CA 92509
Tel: 951-360-3495
E-mail: wat_suddhavasa@yahoo.com

Edit: Christopher Demarest


Temple Do’s

When come to a temple

  1. Do respect all Buddha images.
  2. Do dress properly when visiting a temple
  3. Do remove your shoes before entering a temple
  4. Do treat monks with high respect
  5. Do place your palms together (as in praying for Christians) and bring your fingertips to the area of your eyebrows and nose. At the same time, tilt your head down and give him the traditional greeting ‘Namaste’ (pronounced Na-mas-tay)


Temple Don’t s

When come to a temple

  1. Don’t cross your legs when you are in the presence of a monk. This applies whether  you are sitting on the floor or in a chair
  2. Don’t touch a Thai woman without consent
  3. Don’t touch a Thai person’s head or ruffle their hair. Apologize if you accidentally touch somebody’s head.
  4. Don’t place your feet on the table while sitting, don’t point to anything with your feet and don’t touch anybody with your feet
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