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2020-12-05 05:50

The chanting below are used during the opening of the meditation workshop.  These chants are led by the Abbot or senior Monk who opens the workshop and leads the chanting.The first line in each section is the pheonetic interpretation of the chant.  Use the phonetic translation to chant.  Beside the phonetic interpretation is the English translation in bold, blue fontA printed copy of the chanting will be handed out during the workshop.

Leader (Abbot or Senior Monk)

Tisaranagamanam Nitthitam  - This completes the going to the Three Refuges

Response

Ama Bhante / Aye - Yes, Venerable Sir/Madam

To undertake the precepts, repeat each precept after the leader:

1.  Paanaatipaataa veramanii sikkhaapadam samaadiyaami - I undertake the precept to refrain from destroying living creatures.

2.  Adinnaadaanaa veramanii sikkhaapadam samaadiyaami - I undertake the precept to refrain from taking that which is not given.

3.  Kaamesu micchaacaaraa veramanii sikkhaapadam samaadiyaami - I undertake the precept to refrain from sexual misconduct.

4. Musaavaadaa veramanii sikkhaapadam samaadiyaami - I undertake the precept to refrain from incorrect speech.

5.  Suraamerayamajjapamaadatthaanaa sikkhaapadam samaadiyaami - I undertake the precept to refrain from intoxicating liquors and drugs which lead to carelessness.

Leader:

Imaani pancasikkaapadaani - These five precepts

Siilena sugatim yanti - Have morality as a vehicle for happiness,

Siilena bhoga-sampadaa - Have morality as a vehicle for good fortune,

Siilena nibbutm yanti - Have morality as a vehicle for liberation,

 Tasmaa siilam visodhaye - Let morality be purified.

Response:

Saaadhu, Saaadhu, Saaadhu - Well said, well said, well said!

(Bow three times}

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