INVITATION TO PARTICIPATE IN 
GLOBAL MINDFULNESS SUMMIT 2018 (24 & 25) February 2018
Sri Lanka Foundation Institute, Colombo, Organised by the Sathi Pasala Foundation with the Leadership of Ven. Dhammajeeva Thero

We are grateful to the organising committee of the Global Mindfulness summit for granting permission and made facilities available for us to take part live in this historically important event. You are welcome to gather to the Adelaide Sri Lanka Cultural Hub (ASCH) at the Crafers Temple and make the most out of this opportunity.

Why this is important? During Ven. Dhammajeeva Thero’s visit in Adelaide this year, Bhanthe explained the value of practicing mindfulness every moment in our lives. He founded the first Sathi Pasala in Adelaide and conducted a training session to the children, parents and teachers extending to the Australian community and all religions. Let’s use this unique opportunity to fine tune that experience and wisdom.

The Global Summit is graced by the world leaders who teach and practice mindfulness (Sathi). The purpose has been to provide a platform to the experts from all parts of the world irrespective of religion, ethnicity or culture in order to gather information on sathi practice as applied in various religions, science, medicine, psychology and education.

Please find the details on speakers, topics and the time their lectures/demonstrations take place in the conference website https://www.globalmindfulnesssummit.org/

Brief Time Table
Saturday 24th Feb – 1.15pm – 9.45pm local time. 

Adelaide Sri Lanka Cultural Hub – 8 James St, Crafers SA 5152

Sunday 25th Feb. – 1.15pm – 9.45pm local time.
Adelaide Sri Lanka Cultural Hub  – 8 James St, Crafers SA 5152

Please note that we have to vacate ASBV before 10pm.

The Global Summit organisers do not charge a registration fee from delegates who attend the summit in Colombo. This mammoth project has been sponsored by the well-wishers. The cost of live video has been estimated to be over one thousand dollars. We earnestly request you to donate generously to meet this cost and to motivate the organisers who work tirelessly for the benefit of the world especially the younger generation.