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Events coming up…

How to Meditate

How to Meditate
7.30pm Wednesday 8, 15, 22 July

with Angela Doyle

This is the first of the series called Buddhism 1-2-3. These user-friendly sessions starting in July are designed to help you gain an experience of the path as well as learn more about the Buddhist teachings. The program will involve a combination of western-style teaching, practical experience through meditation, and discussion.

All welcome. Read more about Buddhism-1-2-3.

Price: By Donation

One Hundred Deities of TushitaLama Tsong Khapa Guru Yoga and Commentary
7.30pm Tuesdays 7, 14, 21 July
with Geshe Sonam

Kyabje Zopa Rinpoche has said that to have the opportunity to practice this great holy being's (Lama Tsong Khapa’s) yoga is, in general, even more fortunate than having the opportunity to receive other teachings and the opportunity to do other dharma practice. Attempting the guru yoga practice of the inseparability of your own root guru and Lama Tsong Khapa establishes the root of all happiness from this life up to enlightenment.
Price: By donation

PadmasambhavaTibetan Book of the Dead
2pm Saturday 18 July and 19 September
with Len Warren & the Wheel of Life Team

The Tibetan Book of the Dead is probably ‘The most celebrated and widely read work of Tibetan literature outside of Tibet’, an ‘Extraordinary guide to the experiences of living, dying, death and rebirth’. In our next two workshops, we will focus on the intermediate state between death and rebirth, often called the bardo.

All welcome.
Please register your interest.
Suggested donation is $20 per workshop

Venerable Robina is coming to HBC in August 2015

The video below will make you smile, even laugh out loud. But most of all it will make you think.