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♦ To all events and activities organized and held by Casunik, we, the organizer will not be held liable nor will we be held resposible for any loss or damages for personal belongings or personal injury during any events held by us. Therefore, we ask each of our member, friend and guest to be responsible for your own personal belongings, the safety of your child(ren), yourself and your friend(s).
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♦ Please observe, understand and comply to our "Dress Code" when attending ceremonies being held at the monasteries or venues of events where monks being present. If inappropriately dressed, we reserve the right to ask you to leave the premises.
Chithurst Buddhist Monastery
Chithurst (W. Sussex), Petersfield,
Hampshire GU31 5EU
METTA / KARUNA /MUDITA / UPEKHA
Rosalind Hibbins, an English sculptor, is a long standing staunch supporter of CASUNIK since the 1980s.
Working through Mr Moeng Phok, she made a marble statue with 4 faces (Bayon style) which has the names of "metta karuna mudita upekha" written in Khmer script on each side. This statue was donated to the Chithurst/Cittaviveka Buddhist Monastery, near Petersfield, W. Sussex.
The abbot of Chithurst, Ajahn Karuniko, has kindly agreed to carry out a small blessing ceremony for this statue through a group chanting of Parittas by the resident monks after the meal on Saturday 13th June 2015