His Eminence Ayang Rinpoche Sydney Teachings 2018

 Vajrayogini Empowerment,

Teaching on Buddha Amitabha,

Personal Interviews with Rinpoche

Rinpoche Teaching 2018

Rinpoche Teaching 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rinpoche Teaching 2018

 

UPDATED: Term 1, 2018 Programme – Download Here

To download the Term 1, 2018 Programme, select the link below.

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. We are committed to making our activities available
to everyone, so this donation is voluntary. However, your generosity is what enables
us to continue our activities for the benefit of all who need them.

There is no need to enrol. Just come along. Chairs and meditation cushions

Updated Programme Term 1, 2018

1) Training the Mind in Love and Kindness: The Lojong. Wednesday Nights

Wednesday 7.00pm – 8.30pm •  7 Feb to 21 March

(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 us powerful tools for self-transformation. Text: “Mind Training” by Ringu Tulku; Snow Lion, 2007.
Extra reading: “The Seven Points of Mind Training” by Khenchen Thrangu Rinpoche; “Training the Mind and Cultivating Loving-Kindness” by Chogyam Trungpa.

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

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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.

Sunday 14 January – Short (Namcho) Amitabha

Sunday 21 January – Nyingma Phowa
Sunday 28 January – Vajrasattva
Sunday 4 February – Drikung Phowa
Sunday 11 February – 10-levels Amitabha

Sunday 18 February – Nyingma Phowa
Sunday 25 February – Vajrasattva
Sunday 4 March – Drikung Phowa
Sunday 11 March – Short (Namcho) Amitabha

Sunday 18 March – Nyingma Phowa
Sunday 25 March – Vajrasattva

 


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