Sundays@BGF

BGF hosts a Dhamma talk in addition to various activities on two selected Sundays every month. See what’s coming up here.

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Regular Activities

Gem Helpline
(formerly known as BGF Counseling Unit)
Operating hours:
Monday to Friday, 2pm – 4pm and 7.30pm -9.30pm
Helpline numbers: 011-25289610 and 011-59944384
Facebook: Gem.helpline
Instagram: gem.helpline
Twitter: @gemhelpline

 

Metta Meditation

Time: Wednesdays: 8:30pm – 10:30pm

Qi Gong Class

Time: Thursdays: 8:30pm – 10:30pm

Origin Point Therapy (OPT)

Time: Saturdays: 10.00am – 12.00pm

 

BGF Events Calendar

 

News and Updates

e-book: GEMS for your well-being

e-book: GEMS for your well-being

GEMS for your well-being “When we began the journey to train volunteers to provide effective help to people in need, there was a need to find good resources to train our volunteers; both the reading materials as well as the right speakers to share their respective...

Global Metta Meditation Guidance Online Retreat – Meditations Sessions Recordings – Part 4 (Final with Link to Ajahn Brahm’s Latest Book)

Global Metta Meditation Guidance Online Retreat – Meditations Sessions Recordings – Part 4 (Final with Link to Ajahn Brahm’s Latest Book)

As part of Ajahn Brahm’s 70th birthday, the Global Metta Meditation Guidance was held and live-streamed during the online retreat as practice offering. This part contains guidances from Venerable Bodhidhajja, Venerable Cunda, Venerable Upekkha, Venerable Munissara, and Venerable Pasada. This is the final part of the series of videos made publicly available for devotees.

10 Professional Speakers 10 Practical Topics

10 Professional Speakers 10 Practical Topics

The Buddha is the most excellent physician and healer of the mind. Nowadays, medicines and psychology have successfully integrated Buddhist wisdom for stress reduction, good health, and happiness.

GEM Dhamma e-learning in collaboration with KL Buddhist Mental Health Association will be introducing [PSY] Psychology in Buddhism Series featuring talks by Buddhist therapists on cultivating positive states of mind and transforming unhealthy emotions.

Buddhist Gem Fellowship