Sati Pasala Foundation and its related work is published very regularly on the new website (www.satipasala.org). Since initiating Sati Pasala in 2016, its scope has expanded and more sectors are being included for sharing mindfulness practice.
The first Mindfulness Camp organized under the umbrella of Sati Pasela was held in April 10-12.
Tucked away in Southern Sri Lanka’s Matara district is the sleepy town of Udumalale – notorious for the legendary burial ground of the famous Anadaré.
Today, Britain declared its intention to become “a mindful nation.”
Twenty months ago, on the 20th October 2015, the Mindful Nation UK Report was officially launched in Britain.
In the past Pirivena was a self-managed institution, but since about 60 years it became part of the government education system. Today Pirivena Education comes directly under the purview of the Ministry of Education in Sri Lanka.
‘…Many educators believe it’s about time mindfulness has made its way into the classroom. If the Toronto District School Board’s recent survey on student mental health is any indication, it’s long overdue…’
On April 2nd in Kurunegala at Daham Medura the little participants below, enjoyed their first Sati Pasela experience.
Andaré, a much loved Sri Lankan character, was a court jester whose witty acts and satirical comments entertained both royals and commoners alike.