Buddhist Spring Festival 2021- Caring for Self, Caring for Others - Tibetan Buddhist SocietyTibetan Buddhist Society Buddhist Spring Festival 2021- Caring for Self, Caring for Others - Tibetan Buddhist Society
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Buddhist Spring Festival 2021- Caring for Self, Caring for Others

Online from 10 am Saturday 6 November

‘Caring for self, caring for others’ is the theme of the Tibetan Buddhist Society’s 2021 Buddhist Spring Festival

This year’s  festival is based on the concept of caring for others is in our nature, a core human aspect. With a mind of caring love, affectionate love, and the heartfelt wish for others’ happiness, we can bring benefit no matter how distant we are. In return, acting selflessly helps support our own well-being.

Join wonderful speakers at the Ceremony for World Peace at 11am including the Chief Executive of Royal Melbourne Hospital, Professor Christine Kilpatrick, Cr Karen Sherry of Hume City Council and Venerable Chi Kwang Sunim, Abbess of the Seon Centre.

Hear the feature talk at 1pm on the festival theme with Venerable Anna Goldstein of the Tibetan Buddhist Society and join Caterina Neal for a guided meditation at 2pm.

Tim McKibben will lead you on a tour around the stunning garden at the Peaceful Land of Joy Meditation Centre at 10.15am, and Venerable Cathy Evans will explore the features of the magnificent traditional Tibetan temple at 12.15pm.

Join Donna McMahon in the children’s space for beautiful stories and fun activities. The Children’s Space will be launched at 10am.

Join the festival tomorrow Saturday at 10am tibetanbuddhistsocietyfestival.org

Hear Festival spokesperson, Angela Scherma, on the Society’s YouTube channel explain features of the festival.