SLCD is delighted to announce the Sakya Temple of Peace (STOP) project - an exciting new Buddhist place of worship, meditation and inspiration for all the people of Australia.
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Each term Lama Choedak Rinpoche and other teachers conduct various classes and course in meditation and Buddhist Philosophy in Canberra and around Australia. Everyone is welcome!
Lama Choedak Rinpoche's profound explanation of meditation is renowned for its lucidity, authenticity and humour. His teachings are offered from the heart, spiced with the richness of his experience, dedication and realisation.
The most effective way of dealing with life's challenges is meditation. Sakyal Losal Choe Dzong offers a choice of classes, workshops and residential retreats regularly throughout Australia and New Zealand.
SIBA is a beautiful and friendly Buddhist retreat centre set in the Snowy River Country of East Gippsland. It has a reputation for its quality comfortable facilities and ideal peaceful ambience for the fruitful experience of meditation.
The most effective way of dealing with life's challenges is meditation. Explore a choice of classes, workshops and residential retreats on offer.
An exciting new Tibetan Buddhist temple and place of worship, meditation and inspiration for all the people of Australia.
SLCD's established programme of events offers classes, workshops, residential retreats and more with something for all levels of experience and interest.
Sunday 11:00am 28th February - Sunday 1:00pm 28th February 2021
Friday 6:00pm 5th March - Monday 1:00pm 8th March 2021
Monday 7:00pm 15th March - Monday 8:30pm 10th May 2021
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"Not therefore is he a bhikkhu merely because he begs from others. Not by adopting the outward form Does one truly become a bhikkhu. He who wholly subdues evil, Both small and great, Is called a monk (bhikkhu) Because he has overcome all evil"