Nepal Temple Construction

Below are imagesof the Nepal Temple and Retreat Centre construction.

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Amitabha Temple Art

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H.E Choeje Ayang Rinpoche

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Whats on

  • We are OPEN! For groups up to 10 and On-line!
    We are open once again!  We are allowed to have up to 10 people in the Gompa. If you can’t make it to the Gompa, then you can still continue to participate via our webinars! How to Join Our Webinars The following is the information you will need to join all Amitabha Foundation webinars. Please […]
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  • How to Access our Classes via Webinar.
    How to Join Our Webinars The following is the information you will need to join all Amitabha Foundation webinars. Please check the time of the teachings/webinar against your local time if interstate/overseas. Join the online meeting: https://join.freeconferencecall.com/amitabhafoundationau Access code: 645624#  1.  Five minutes before the webinar begins, click on the link above (join online meeting).  Or […]
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  • Term 4, 2020 Programme – Download Here
    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 […]
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  • 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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  • 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.    
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Latest News

  • Gompa Gazette – Monthly News from Bylakuppe Monastery
    This news letter is compiled monthly by Ani Samten.  It provides a charming insight into life at the monastery. GONPA GAZETTE 12-15
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  • Photos from Hong Kong Teachings
    Below are some photos taken at Rinpoche’s current Hong Kong teachings.
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  • Rinpoche, Truelha, Monks and AF staff distributing aid in Nepal
    Just received some photos from Truelha from Nepal. Rinpoche and monks and staff of AF Nepal distributing free army tents to the far flung villages who have been affected by the earthquake. The displaced villagers are from Situpalchowk who are now temporarily staying in Boudha, Kapan and Gorkhana areas. Please click this link for Photos
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  • Damage to Nepal Temple During Earthquake
    Dear Friends, There was a magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal today, which was centered about 50 miles northeast of Kathmandu. In addition to the massive destruction and loss of life in the city of Kathmandu, the earthquake caused damage to the Amitabha Retreat Center (Opak Kyilkhor Chöling). True Lhamo wrote this morning: The monks were […]
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  • Medical volunteer needed at monastery
    A volunteer medical professional is needed as soon as possible at Ayang Rinpoche’s monastery in South India. The monastery prefers an experienced, retired male; but will consider an experienced retired/of retirement age female without family obligations. The minimum commitment is one year. A Protected Area Permit (PAP) is required, and the monastery will help with that. There is […]
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