1) Learn to Meditate Course – Monday Nights


How to Meditate. Monday nights!

Seeking guidance on mindfulness and meditation? On Monday night at 7.00pm you will receive half an hour of
meditation teaching followed by the opportunity to practise what you have learned. (Experienced meditators
are welcome to arrive at 7.30pm to practise.)
Monday 7.00pm – 8.30pm • 23 October – 11 December
7.00pm – 7.30pm: Learn to Meditate by watching your breath, an object, or using other techniques.
7.30pm – 8.30pm: Meditation Practice (2 half hour sessions – stay for one or both.)

Learn to Meditate. For those new to meditation, and anyone wishing to refresh their practice or learn new techniques  and insights from the Tibetan tradition.

People of all religious faiths – and none – are equally welcome to this 8-week  course.  Helpful with managing stress and health problems, meditation is also a powerful tool for personal and spiritual development. Both new and experienced meditators attend these courses, which offer guidance on how to establish and maintain a meditation practice, and how to work with the ups and downs of sustained practice.

Includes mindfulness of breath, meditating on an object, meditating on the energy centres (chakras), working with pain, and other techniques.

Learn to Meditate Term 4



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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