Getting Involved

Step 1: Register at this website and receive our monthly newsletter!  Click here to read our past issues.

There is no charge whatsoever to be a part of this initiative, just 15 minutes of your time.

Step 2: Allocate at least 15 minutes to sit in a comfortable and quiet location and dedicate it to meditation. You only need to allocate two days a month to do this, during every New Moon and Full Moon Day of each month.  Check our website regularly to find out when the New Moon and Full Moon Days are.

You can choose to do Metta meditation or you could recite the Great Compassion mantra, or any other suitable prayer or mantra of your choice. If you would wish to follow Bhante Mahinda’s recorded ‘Metta’ meditation guide, you may download it here.

 * If you have been practicing more often than twice a month, do continue with your practice and proceed to Step 3

 Step 3:  Dedicate the merits that you have generated for peace, harmony and stability in the world.

 Step 4:  Cherish the thought: May all suffering beings be free from suffering; may those in sorrow be free from sorrow; and may those in fear and danger, be free from fear and danger.

Step 5:  Make your aspiration accordingly or aspire to  evolve from light to light and work for the welfare and happiness of the many.  May all beings be well and happy!


Click here for an audio guide on dedication on merits by Bhante Mahinda.

There will be a date and time when we will organise a One with the World in meditation.  We would email the details to those who register for our newsletter.

Help spread the word. Get friends and family to participate by registering in our website as well!

Remember, the power of collective consciousness is to get as many people as possible to perform the same action to enhance its power.

It is incumbent upon us to work together to bring our hearts and minds to meditate for peace, stability and harmony in the world and invoke the blessings of the Triple Gem and all Dhamma Protectors for the well-being and happiness of all sentient beings


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