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 14th United Nations day of Wesak in Sri Lanka (2017 May 13) is a special occasion for Sati Pasala, with the launch of its new website (www.satipasala.org).
During a mindfulness introduction program at Nissarana Vanaya, 74 participants (Teachers, Deputy Principals and Principals) representing 26 Sinhala Medium schools and 3 Tamil medium schools, Sati Pasala was presented.
On the 2nd May at the International Vipassana Centre in Colombo, a representative gathering of dignitaries representing all major religions in Sri Lanka (Buddhist, Christian, Roman Catholic, Hindu and Islam) discussed the Sati Pasala initiative and the values of introducing mindfulness to schools and other sectors, in a non-sectarian & non-religious manner.
A multi-ethnic, multi-religious discussion forum is being arranged early May, to discuss how mindfulness can provide answers to simmering and overt tensions due to ethnic, religious prejudice, in Sri Lanka.
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.