Nepal Temple Construction

Below are imagesof the Nepal Temple and Retreat Centre construction.

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Whats on

  • UPDATED: Term 2, 2018 Programme – Download Here
    To download the Term 2, 2018 Programme, select the link below.  Please note: this programme is provisional and may alter. Please re-check website around 20 April” Everyone is welcome to come and try our courses and meditation sessions. A donation of $10 per class is suggested, less if you are unemployed or are experiencing financial hardship. [...]
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  • 1) Training the Mind in Love and Kindness: The Lojong. Wednesday Nights
    Wednesday 7.00pm – 8.30pm •  9 May to 4 July (Finish date may alter depending on Ayang Rinpoche’s arrival – see above. Please check website.) “Based on developing a deep compassion for ourselves and for other beings…this training is regarded as the most important single teaching in Buddhism.” – Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. This course offers [...]
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  • 2) Public Meditation Sessions – Sunday
      Sunday 9.30 – 10.30 am – all year Everyone welcome to a peaceful hour of silence to do your own meditation practice. Not a course – but basic guidance is available if needed.
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  • 3) UPDATED Vajrayana Practices – Sunday 11am – practice schedule
    Sunday Morning  11:00am start These group practice sessions are for those who have received teachings on the practice from His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche. Full Phowa practice takes 2 hours; other practices may be shorter depending on the preferences of those who attend. Change of Schedule: Following Rinpoche’s recent visit the Sunday 6 May Vajrasattva practice and the Sunday [...]
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  • 4) The Tibetan Book of the Dead – Friday Nights
    Friday 7.30 – 9.00pm • 11 May to 6 July A study group for experienced students based on “The Tibetan Book of the Dead” trans. Gyurme Dorje; Penguin, 2005.
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