What will happen to me while dying, at death and afterwards?
Thursday 14, 21 and 28 September 7.30 to 8.30pm
Have you ever wondered what will happen to you during your dying and death? What will you feel; will your experience be frightening or blissful?
Over three Thursday evenings in September we will introduce the Tibetan Buddhist perspective on these questions. We will start with a guided meditation, then open the meeting to a discussion on the topic. The evening will conclude with a short presentation on the proposed centre for those who wish for a spiritual focus during their last weeks, called the Pure Land of the Indestructible Buddha.
Most Holy Relics from the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion at Hayagriva Buddhist Centre 64 Banksia Tce Kensington Viewing: 10am to 6pm 14-22 October 2017
Relics from the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion are coming to Hayagriva Buddhist Centre in October 2017. Viewing is open every day from 10am to 6pm between Saturday 14 October and Sunday 22 October. Everyone is encouraged to attend. Our regular meditation and teaching sessions take place as normal during this time.
The video below provides a brief view of the relics at “The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion” in Bendigo, Victoria. A number of these relics will be on view at Hayagriva Buddhist Centre this October.
Lam Rim Retreat in South Australia
De Tong Ling Retreat Centre on Kangaroo Island
30 Sep to 11 Oct 2017
De Tong Ling is a developing retreat centre on Kangaroo Island in South Australia. On 1300 hundred acres of remote wilderness, its natural setting offers abundant silence, pure air and water with long views out to the sea. Prerequisites: Refuge and familiarity with the lam rim.
Price is per person & includes all fully catered meals, accommodation and travel expenses both ways from Buddha House, Adelaide (cost of ferry included)
Bookings and inquiries Matt – 0474550034 or email@example.com
For further information click on image to view full poster (pdf) or go to www.detongling.org
Click on the image below to view a convenient summary of Hayagriva Buddhist Centre (PDF)