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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 meditations useful in everyday life. 

Join Tibetan Buddhist Society teacher, Nick Sleeman, for this series. Nick is a long-time student of the Society’s founder and spiritual guide, Venerable Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden. Each session includes a talk, guided meditation and opportunity for questions.

Details

You are welcome to join the classes at the magnificent traditional Tibetan temple in Yuroke, or join the sessions online via YouTube.

If you are coming to the centre you must adhere to the centre’s COVID rules. These are based on Government guidelines, here is the summary below. Read full detail here:

Together we are taking steps to protect our community of members, volunteers, guests and residents by:

  1. Staying home if unwell
  2. Completing attendance records at the TBS
  3. Keeping fitted face masks handy at all times
  4. Keeping distance from others wherever possible
  5. Washing or sanitising our hands regularly
  6. Cleaning used surfaces between sessions
  7. Please bring your own cushions and rug or mat for meditating (or use our chairs)

Address – Tibetan Buddhist Society, 20 Cookes Rd, Yuroke (45 minutes north of the CBD, 10 minutes along Mickleham Rd turnoff on Tullamarine Freeway)

Online

To access the online session link please search for the Tibetan Buddhist Society YouTube channel or here is the YouTube link. Online classes from 2020 and this year also found in our YouTube library.

The classes both online and at the centre are being offered free of charge in this era of COVID. However, if you would like to make a donation for the class click the link here.

As a guide, if you would like to donate, our facility charge for classes at the centre in the past has been $10 per session.