Thu, 20 September, 2018
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
By reflecting together on the feelings that arise as we think, speak and act, learn to recognize and understand what is helpful and unhelpful. Effectively transform all negative thoughts into joyful positive energy, enhancing a sense of abundance and contentment. Draw on the profound and extensive heritage of Indian and Tibetan Buddhist texts and teachings to ensure these reflections have a solid foundation in authentic Dharma.
“The most important thing is practice in daily life… Doctrine is not meant for mere knowledge, but for the improvement of our minds. In order to do that, it must be part of our life.” H. H. Dalai Lama
This group is more likely to suit you if you already have some familiarity with the teachings of the Buddha. (If in doubt, come along and try it.) Venerable Paldrön also offers an introductory course on Wednesday mornings.
Note that this replaces the long-running Buddhist Perspectives
Facilitator: Venerable Paldrön is a senior nun with extensive life experience as well as familiarity with different aspects of Dharma gained over more than 40 years of practice. Venerable Paldrön is particularly skilled in relating Dharma to day to day experience. More…
Facility fee: $15 /$13.50 members & concession, includes course materials and morning tea.
Online booking available shortly & much appreciated.