The Host Mind & the Visitors | By Supawan Green | Lecture 27

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The Host Mind & the Visitors

By Supawan Green | Meditation Teacher, Founder of Bring Your Mental Self Back Home Centre.

Lecture 27 | March 23, 2023 |

Date: Thursday / Friday


6:00 PM PDT (Thursday)

10:00 PM ET (Thursday)

6:30 AM IST for India & Sri Lanka (Friday)

9:00 AM Malaysia/Singapore (Friday)

8:00 AM Thailand/Indonesia (Friday)

March 23, 2023 @6:00 PM (PDT)

Supawan Green, is a renowned author, Meditation Teacher, Founder of Bring Your Mental Self Back Home Centre.

Short Resume:

  • The renowned Buddhist author Supawan Green, born in 1954, is a Thai-Chinese woman who graduated with an Honour Degree in Sociology in Thailand in 1975. She has always been an active participant in Buddhism since her student years and has practiced as an ordained nun for 3 months in the northern Thai province of Payao and spent a further 3 months alone in a cave doing meditation.
  • In 1978, Supawan Green worked as a patient counsellor for nearly 2 years at the Bangkok General Hospital, where she visited patients and guided them to do meditation – easing off their worries and mental pain over their illnesses. Under the umbrella of the UNHCR, she then worked as a social worker in various refugee camps: working with unaccompanied minors in a Cambodian refugee camp, the Vietnamese Boat people and the Hmong refugees.
  • In 1981, she moved to England after being married to her British husband whom she met in the Cambodian refugee camp and soon after became a mother of her three sons. Despite her young family commitment, she continues to contribute her spiritual knowledge through her writings and by teaching tai chi and meditation at the University of Birmingham so that she could spread her humanitarian work to wider audience.
  • Currently Supawan Green is a renowned Buddhist author of over 40 published books in both Thai and English. A few of her Thai books, especially the Thai version of Einstein Questions, Buddha Answers, were bestsellers in Thailand. She skillfully used the new innovation of both language and illustrations to present the Buddha’s core teaching in her latest book title: The Four Noble Truths, printed in 2018.

Some of her interesting published books in English are

The User Guide to Life: The Moral Diet and The Law of Karma that cover a wide range of day to day life issues forwhich most people cannot find the answers. Some of her works have been translated

into French, Japanese, Chinese, German and Dutch.

  • Besides writing, Supawan also gives talks and meditation workshop (bring your mental self back home) and use tai chi movements as a nonreligious means to ease off mental pains for people.
  • She is well known for her ‘no nonsense’ style which makes her teaching unique: the ability to simplify the profound Buddhist jargon into much easier concepts with clear illustrations, helpful metaphors and precise means accessible for modern people who are searching for mental refuge. Supawan’s extraordinary qualities have helped her students to know exactly how to earn their inner peace.

Supawan has been teaching for the past 20 years in various venues

such as: universities, temples in the UK, Thailand and further afield such as

Singapore, Malaysia, Cameroon, USA, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Norway,

Belgium, The Netherlands, Australia, Canada and Latvia.

Supawan is so confident that her formula for World Peace by means of bringing our mental self back home is a brand new hope for humankind to live in peace and harmony.

For more about Supawan :

Event Date:

March 23, 2023 (Thursday)


6:00 PM PDT (Thursday)

10:00 PM ET (Thursday)

6:30 AM IST for India & Sri Lanka (Friday)

9:00 AM Malaysia/Singapore (Friday)

8:00 AM Indonesia (Friday)

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