New beginnings

New Year Meditation Festival You are welcome to visit the festival site for guided meditations and talks. The year 2020 was a challenging year all around the world, and so far 2021 has been no less challenging. Buddha’s key teachings on healing, peace, love, compassion and interconnectedness represent an opportunity for...

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The Joy of Dharma

Introduction series – 1.30-3pm Sundays for four weeks from 7-28 March Dharma is universal truth; the way things are. Expounded 2,600 years ago by Shakyamuni  Buddha, Dharma offers a path to Enlightenment, complete freedom from all suffering. This three-part series will explore the core of these teachings and provide guided...

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News on our Banksia Gardens food program

While COVID-19 restrictions in 2020 mean we cannot offer our usual Sunday lunches and weekly snacks for the after-school study group in Broadmeadows, we are partnering with Banskia Gardens Community Services to provide fortnightly packages of fresh foods, groceries and necessities of life for vulnerable families and frail and elderly community...

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Dharma tools for stormy weather

The pandemic continues to be a difficult time for many people. We are fortunate to have access to tools that we can use to help ourselves and others. We can refer to Venerable Geshe Thubten Loden’s remarkable books for guidance and inspiration. Geshe-la would remind us that his books are...

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Remembering our founder and spiritual guide, Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden

Commemoration and Manjushri prayers – Online This year’s commemoration sessions on Monday 24 August (7.30pm), Sunday 30 August (4pm) and Thursday 3 September (7.30pm) mark nine years since the passing of our precious founder, teacher and spiritual guide, the most Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden. Everyone is welcome to join...

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On site and online classes 2021

Click here to join Sunday classes online or view previous 2020 online introduction and Path to Enlightenment sessions. You can also attend these classes on site at the traditional Tibetan temple (20 Cookes Road, Yuroke) provided the Government’s COVID rules allow. On site students must adhere to all COVID rules...

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