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Tibetan Buddhist Society of Canberra

RETREAT: 5-day Calm Abiding Meditation - SIBA

'A life of only a single day spent in meditation conjoined with wisdom is better than living a hundred years unbalanced and confused' - Buddha (Dhammapada)

Meditation has a proven record in its ability to improve health, awaken happiness and give a clear perspective on life. To learn to meditate you need an experienced teacher and a well defined path. Calm Abiding Meditation can help you become relaxed, focussed and peaceful. It enables you to identify the real causes of unhappiness and recover from stress, anxiety and tension. The practice of Calm Abiding meditation remains one of the most popular Buddhist meditation methods.

Newcomers to meditation will find the instruction clear and meaningful while experienced practitioners discover new tools for engaging with their meditation practice that they did not have before.

Meditation is a tool to help change undesirable habits, improve self-confidence and to add a touch of dignity and sacredness to your life. You will be able to integrate a sense of calmness into everyday activities, and transform negative situations into something positive.

Come and enjoy learning a time-proven skill that will bring you lifelong happiness.

8th March, 2018 7:00 PM   through   12th March, 2018 3:00 PM
SIBA Retreat Centre
2592 Gelantipy Rd
W Tree, 3885
VIC, Australia

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Phone: 03 5155 0329
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Accommodation
Shared - up to 4 per room $ 540.00
Camping - byo tent or caravan $ 460.00
Single - private room $ 940.00
Twin/double - private room for 2 (rate per person) $ 755.00
Concession discount $ -40.00
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General Location SIBA Retreat Centre, VIC
Teacher Lama Choedak Rinpoche

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