• May all sentient beings have happy minds!

Event Types: Special Events

Workshop: Using Mindfulness and Meditation to Calm the Traumatised Mind (18th May)

Due to popular demand, we are offering this workshop in May 2019. Please book in as the places is limited to 15 people only.   Safe and Sound: Using Mindfulness and Meditation to Calm the Traumatised Mind The Buddha taught that our suffering comes from within the Mind, as does our healing and peace. Others…

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The Way to True Happiness

The Way to True Happiness Ajahn Dtun is considered to be one of the greatest living meditation masters in Thailand. Renowned for his gentle demeanour and deep wisdom, Ajahn Dtun has always had a reputation as an impeccable and well-practised monk in the Ajahn Chah Tradition. Even as a junior monk, there was a buzz…

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The Path of Joy (19th March)

The Path of Joy Cultivating wholesome joy When we hear about joy we often think about happiness...  But is it the feeling of excitement or happiness that is joy... or is it something deeper?    How can it follow like a shadow that never leaves?   In Buddhist practice, wholesome joy is cultivated through our…

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(Bi-monthly) Mahayana Buddhism Study Group

Mahayana Buddhism Study Group   The Mahayana Buddhism Study group will gather to study topics and passages from well-known Buddhist scriptures and commentaries. Participants will be encouraged to do some reading in the lead-up to each meeting. Then we have a meditation, presentation on the topic, and a discussion group. Examples may include some readings…

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Daytime Absolute Beginner’s Meditation Course (March)

This 4-week course led by Patricia Austin is designed for those with no previous training in meditation. In a relaxed and open setting, participants will be introduced to the principles and practice of Vipassana (insight) meditation through training in mindfulness, as taught by the Buddha.  The course will include discussion, meditation exercises and feedback. Written…

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The Suttas: Encounters with the Buddha’s words (10th March)

The Suttas: Encounters with the Buddha's words The suttas are the teachings of the Buddha, in his own words, passed down over 2500 years in he Buddhist traditions. If you’d like to learn what the Buddha taught, these ancient scriptures are our only historical record. This course avoids some of the more obvious approaches to…

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Dharma Bites – The Power of Selfless Love (27th March)

Dharma Bites: Sharing of Insights another way of approaching the Dharma This monthly gathering will replace the Book Club we had previously. Discussion will be based on the Buddha's teachings, but the format will have a new look. The facilitators will have a more flexible choice of formats to base their themes - either a you-tube…

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