• Daily routine of the monastic life begins with the monks offerings water, flowers and lights to Buddha
  • Daily prayers and chanting of the monks 5 am.
  • Monks have their breakfast at 6 am
  • Tidying up the monastery and keeping things in order
  • Ready to accept the visitors and returning the phone calls
  • Monks have their lunch at 11am
  • If there are donors and visitors, they have their lunch at 12 noon
  • Dhamma talks and blessing at 1 pm
  • The visitors tidying up the kitchen and living room/shrine room
  • The monks retreat to their rooms and read, study and plan for their own development
  • Tuesdays and Thursdays, U Thi teaches Abidharma to those who have arranged in advance
  • In the evening the visitors come and visit the monks and the Buddha and the monks give their blessings
  • The evening prayers and chanting start at 5pm for one hour
  • Then the monks do their own meditation and retire to bed at about 10pm

Children have their first blessing from the monks on their 100 days birthday celebration. The Sasana Ramsi Myanmar Buddhist Centre is a multifaith centre and everybody from any race and religion is welcome and warmly received by our monks for the blessing and teaching meditation who are interested