Sun, 28 February, 2016
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Three Principles of the Buddhist Path
To escape from suffering and find everlasting happiness, it’s essential to study and practice the teachings in gradual, practical way. A fundamental feature of this graduated path to enlightenment is its division into three principle aspects: renunciation, bodhicitta and the correct view of emptiness. Hear these traditional principles presented in a 21st century context – bringing depth of meaning to everyday living.
“The practice of the Three Principle Aspects of the path is the most important thing. This is the most important; more important than a job, money, or anything else in our life. It is the most important thing”. Kyabje Lama Zopa Rinpoche.
Facility Cost: $78/70 members includes lunch & refreshments
Upcoming dates: 4th Sunday of every month
- Sunday 29 May Dealing with Destructive Emotions – details TBA
- Sunday 26 June Cultivating Constructive Emotions – details TBA
Important Note: All classes will begin at our new premises: 137 Narrow Neck Road, Katoomba from Wednesday 24 February 2016.
Facilitator: Venerable Chokyi
Venerable Chokyi is a highly esteemed teacher of Buddhism at the FPMT centre Vajrayana Institute in Sydney. She has been a visiting teacher at Kunsang Yeshe for many years. To see what other courses Venerable Chokyi is teaching in Sydney, visit vajrayana.com.au