New Class Staring in January

Meditate Without Meditating
Mindfulness Meditation in everyday life
From Theravada Buddhism

Monday Evenings 6:30 to 8:00 PM

10 weeks starting January 14th with
Dr. Thynn Thynn
A Burmese-American teacher trained by the best Burmese Masters in the Zen-like techniques unique to the Burmese tradition.

Learn how to be mindful in the midst of everyday chaos and
find out how to find balance and equanimity in your life
Classes by donation (suggested donation $10-20 per class)
For more information or to register to attend in person
or to be an online student, email thynnmetta@gmail.com
Please go to www.stw2.org for more information on classes,
events and the Sae Taw Win II dhamma center.
Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Foundation, 8769 Bower St., Sebastopol, CA 95472

It’s our 20th Anniversary for our Center

This year come join us for the joyous occasion!

Sunday, October 21, 2018, 4-7pm

Blessing ceremony at the Ananda Shrine
Chanting and sharing our stories as a Dhamma Community.
Food Dana potluck by attendees
(finger foods, noodles, desserts and fruit)
Silent auction of an oil painting by Dr Thynn
plus other items donated by the community.
1,000 lights offering to the shrines in the evening.

For more info contact:
Dr. Thynn (707) 293-4535
thynnmetta@gmail.com

Sae Taw Win 2 Classes: “Meditate Without Meditating or Off the Cushion Mindfulness”

Dr. Thynn Thynn and Melissa Titone will be starting a new beginning daily-life mindfulness class the first week of September. This class is open to any new students and all returning students who want a refresher.

Thursday evenings, 6:30-8:00pm beginning September 7th. The classes will be recorded for distance learning and those who can’t make a class.

There will be hands on training of how to apply the practice while one moves throughout the day. This will be done without silent sitting. Some background knowledge of the practice from Theravada Buddhism will be taught during the class.

The class will run for 10 sessions.

Suggested donation: $15-$20 per class, but no one is turned away for lack of funds.

For more information or to register to attend in person or online:
email stw2@sonic.net

Shwedagon Replica at Sae Taw Win 2

To All Buddhist Friends!
Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Center would like to announce.

It is with great honor and excitement that I announce our Center is about to build the replica of Shwedagon, the holiest shrine of Burma. Stupa building in our Samantha tradition is not only for donors to acquire merit but it is to create a powerful vortex of spiritual energy of healing. The Stupa will be built in the circle within the circular driveway in front of the Dhamma House. It will be 19 1/2 ft in height and about 22 ft diameter at its base. It will have 6 small companion stupas surrounding it  as well as the 8 astrological corners that will represent the days of the week.

It will be known as American Shw-Da-Gon  Pagoda (American Dat Paung Zu Zedi in Burmese )

We will be breaking ground ( Panet Cha Pwe ceremony ) on May 31 morning. We are happy to invite you to participate at this auspicious occasion.

We plan to begin constructions as soon as we have completed the ground breaking ceremony and hence the Center is  now accepting donations so that we can begin building the platform right away. It is estimated to be around $100,000.

Donations can be sent by check designated to Sae Taw Win 2 and sent by mail to
Sae Taw Win 2 Dhamma Center at 8769 Bower Str., Sebastopol
CA 95472.

Or your funds can be sent through PayPal on our website. Whether you send a check or through Pay Pal please designate your dana as Shwedagon Zedi Fund.

We are. Non-profit religious organization and your donation is tax exempt. Please include your mailing address or email so we can send your tax exempt letter when we receive your contribution.

Architectural details will be forthcoming soon.

May you be peaceful may you be free from strife.

With metta

Dr Thynn Thynn and Board of Directors of Sae Taw Win II Dhamma Foundation.