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Events coming up…

Reducing Stress and Increasing Joy with Wise Compasion - Venerable Tony Beaumont

2-5pm Saturday 8 November *

with Venerable Tony Beaumont

“Reducing Stress and Increasing Joy
with Wise Compassion”

Compassionately bringing wisdom into our lives allows us to flourish rather than being overwhelmed by busy-ness. Ven Tony will explore how love and compassion make our lives meaningful and allow us to live with greater ease.
Cost: $25 ($20 HBC Members)

* Meet Ven Tony over lunch at 12pm on Sat 8 Nov. Please bring a vegetarian plate to share
More details on Ven Tony Beaumont

Introduction to Buddhist Meditation

7.30pm Friday
31 October,
7 and 14 November

with Owen Cole

Meditation is not mystical, anyone can do it. It is a very practical, down-to-earth way to gain more control over your mind, your emotions and your life. These three sessions will involve doing different meditations, examining the conditions that disturb our minds and look at the Buddhist way of overcoming them.
By donation

Coming Soon: Explanation of Prayers and Rituals on Fri 5 Dec at 7.30pm with Owen Cole.

Hope and Fear - The Eight Worldly Dharmas 323 x 215

7.30pm Wednesday
29 October; 5, 12, 19 November

Hope and Fear is the next series of new teachings by Geshe Sonam suitable for both new and experienced students.

We hope for material goods, sense pleasures, praise and fame and fear their opposite. Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche says we can instantly have peace of mind by reversing these attitudes.
By donation

Coming Soon on Wednesday Nights: The Right Direction 26 Nov; 3, 10, 17 Dec   + More Details

Dalai Lama in Australia - Perth Public Talk 14 June 2015

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama
Perth Public Talk
Sunday 14 June 2015


The Wisdom of Giving and Receiving

“[I]t is not survival of the fittest, but survival of those who cooperate the most, that makes a species prosper. None of us exists independently; we have to depend on others simply to stay alive. Thus, helping others and sharing wealth, benefits both self and others. Generosity makes us happy now, enables our species to continue to prosper, and creates positive karma that brings us prosperity in the future.”
His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

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