Meditation for Peace and Relaxation

New 5-week introductory course – Sundays 1.30pm from 20 August

Our new introductory course is great for anyone who’s curious about meditation, wants some more practice or to learn about Buddhist advice for life. The five-week course from 20 August will focus on the basic foundation of meditation, to help you to concentrate, relax and be more present in your life.

The teacher is Rebecca Skelton, a teacher and director at the Centre who studied with our Spiritual Founder, Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden. The class is based on his text, Essence of the Path to Enlightenment.

Finding meaning in life

We will also introduce the Buddhist philosophy for living a meaningful life that has been supporting people for thousands of years, including:

  • finding meaning in life and feeling peaceful in the world
  • the power of practising love and compassion on a path to happiness
  • how cause and effect plays out in our lives

 

We’ll practise different styles of meditation, have plenty of time for questions and discussion. It’s also a nice way to meet like-minded people. Classes are held in our beautiful peaceful Tibetan temple from 1.30 to 3 pm for five Sundays from 20 August. Come along to any class in the series.

Class is followed by afternoon tea for those who’d like to stay. Facility charge is $10 with proceeds supporting the temple.

For more information please call Jean on 9333 1770 or email contact@tushita.org

Victorian Multicultural Commission support

We are pleased to thank the Victorian Multicultural Commission for an organisational support grant that it has provided to assist with our introductory meditation and philosophy lecture series.

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