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Topic: THARLAM LING BUDDHIST CENTRE – 4 Week Calm Abiding Meditation Course
Time: Jun 2, 2020 07:00 PM Brisbane
Every week on Tue, until Jun 23, 2020, 4 occurrence(s)
Jun 2, 2020 07:00 PM
Jun 9, 2020 07:00 PM
Jun 16, 2020 07:00 PM
Jun 23, 2020 07:00 PM
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Tharlam Ling is pleased to announce May Teachings with Tibetan Lama Choedak will go ahead via Zoom (similar to Skype)
Current program of Teachings and costs follow:
Friday night May 1st
Talk 6-7pm ‘How to Develop Emotional Literacy’ $10 General
.Pensioners/ unemployed free
Saturday May 2nd 9am-5pm
‘Health and Healing Through Seven Medicine Buddhas’
$30. (CONCESSION, UNEMPLOYED)
$25 (Tharlam Ling MEMBER)
Sunday May 3rd
9am-5pm ‘Four Seals of Buddhist Wisdom’
$30 Concession unemployed
$25 (Tharlam Ling Member)
NB. Payment for the Sat and/or Sun entitles you to the Friday night talk, Free
You may also choose to join Tharlam Ling with the reduced membership of $25 (current through until March 31st 2021) to access Membership prices on this and upcoming events.
Please book and pay by 3pm Thursday 30th April to enable:
a) The PDF of the booklet for the Saturday Teachings to be sent to you.
b) Direct Debit : Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc.
BSB: 633 000
A/c: 167 780 642
Reference: your name (NB. Pls email/notify as soon as you have paid.
Lama has stipulated that participants must have audio and video to participate. Inexpensive USB camera can be purchased online. Information on Zoom follows.To Register
Contact Phil: email@example.com
Make a payment to (Bendigo Bank):
Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre
BSB 633 000
ACC 167 780 642
NB AUSTRALIAN EASTERN STANDARD TIME
FRIDAY NIGHT TALK 1 ST MAY
6PM -7 PM
SATURDAY 2ND MAY/ SUNDAY 3RD MAY
START 9 AM
Lunch 12:30 pm
Health and Healing Through Seven Medicine Buddhas
Ill health generated by one’s unwholesome attitude cannot be cured by conventional medicine alone. One has to understand how specific mind states can contribute to ill health, and to learn to remedy them. By becoming conscious of the effects of negative attitudes, conduct and speech on one’s health informs, reforms and empowers the person to restrain them.
The empowerment of Healing Medicine Buddha, transmission of the healing mantra and meditation passed down through an unbroken lineage from a qualified Lama is of paramount importance.
This will include a training session on how to do the Healing Buddha meditation. You will also learn how to use it to assist friends and relatives who may be ill or dying. This healing meditation technique will compliment any form of medical treatment. This practice can reduce the side effects and increase the effectiveness of any medication.
It is especially recommended for health professionals, people with medical conditions and those who are interested in learning self-healing.
Four Seals of Buddhist Wisdom
Buddhism teaches the reality of all things ‘as they appear’ and ‘as they are’ on the basis of four principals known as ‘Four Seals’ which if accepted makes oneself as a signatory to live a compassionate, selfless and forgiving way of life.
Many people in the West have embraced Buddhism as a non-violent and peaceful approach to life without needing to see it as a religion. One is encouraged to investigate and reject it if it does not suit one’s life.
Most people have difficulty in dealing with ‘the way life presents itself’ without accepting it with understanding, but Rinpoche says the difficulties in life are the catalyst and opportunities to put an unbreakable seal of right understanding and growth.
To register or enquire, contact Phil >> firstname.lastname@example.org
See you on the weekend of 1-3 May 2020!
Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc
Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre is happy to announce:
Buddhist Calm Abiding Meditation and Mindfulness via Zoom
ZOOM is a program something like Skype, u have video and audio and are able to speak with the presenter.
7 pm – 8:15 pm Tuesday 7/04/20 and each Tuesday for the following 6 weeks.
Free if you are a student, unemployed or pensioner.
If you are working a donation would be appreciated.
Please register by sending an email to: .
and I’ll send the meeting link.
Calm Abiding Meditation and Mindfulness can help to deal with stresses of every day life, certainly needed in these times!
The course is based on Buddhist principles of meditation and mindfulness, but is open to people of all faiths or no faith.
The course is suitable for beginner meditators or those more experienced .
Sitting posture, various breathing techniques and mind control will be covered.
I have been facilitating Meditation classes at JCU Chaplaincy since 2006.
This meditation course is designed by Tibetan born, Lama Choedak Rinpoche, who has been teaching in the West for over 30 years.
Look forward to hearing from you.
JCU Buddhist Chaplain
Everyone is welcome!
- Every Tuesday 7pm to 8pm
- Venue: JCU Chaplaincy Building (near child care centre)
Calm Abiding Meditation and Mindfulness can provide you with the means to smooth out the everyday bumps encountered on life’s road.
It’s about changing the way you think about things, cultivating a positive mind and recognizing if negative thoughts start creeping into your thought stream.
Calm Abiding Meditation isn’t just about relaxation and de-stressing, it’s about using techniques in real time to avoid stress.
Calm Abiding Meditation can change your perception of the world and the people around you.
Meditation mats and chairs provided.
Cost by donation according to your means.
Facilitated by Phil Heang
To REGISTER >> contact Phil email@example.com or 0448 401 066
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE OF START DATE TO 23 JULY 2019
APOLOGIES FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE.
PLSE TAKE CARE WHEN TURNING INTO MONKHOUSE ROAD, WHERE CHAPLAINCY IS, AS NEW SPEED BUMPS INSTALLED AND THEY NEED TO BE CROSSED WITH GREAT CARE !!!
Introduction To Buddhist Calm Abiding Meditation Begins Tuesday 16 July 6 pm – 7:00 pm
Learn mindfulness of body, feeling and thought.
Suitable for beginner meditators or advanced.
Learn to deal with the ups and downs of daily life and remain calm!
Phil Heang has been teaching Calm Abiding Meditation since completing Train the Trainer Course, run by Lama Choedak Rinpoche in 2006.
Many students have found the course to be of practical help in dealing with life’s problems.
The course is designed by Tibetan Lama Choedak Rinpoche, who spent three and a half years in solitary retreat.
After studying many complex Buddhist Teachings on meditation, Lama Cheodak, designed this course with Westerners in mind.
Once the course is completed, participants can attend weekly meditation on Tuesday evenings at the same venue at 7;10 pm til 8 pm.
Wear loose, comfortable, clothing.
People of all faiths welcome.
Venue: Chaplaincy Building 131 James Cook University.
Cost per lesson: $10 /pensioners, students. $5.
All monies go to Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc. to help run the Centre and its community work.
Ph 0448 401 066
Teachings with Tibetan Lama Choedak Rinpoche.
Vajrasattva Empowerment with Creative Cleansing Meditation
With In-Depth Teachings on Four Noble Truths
9.00am – 5.00pm Saturday and Sunday
Lama Choedak has been teaching in Australia for 31 years.
He speaks fluent English (and some Aussie slang!)
Lama interprets for Tibetan Buddhist Teachers, at times doing simultaneous translation.
His teaching is delivered with great humour and insight.
Buddha’s entire teaching is panacea to all problems in life. It is based on Four Noble Truths. Knowing this is highest cognitive therapy one can have and gain emotional literacy. Only thing that differs between Theravada, Mahayana and Vajrayana is methodology in self discipline, meditation and wisdom. Karma and afflictive emotions cause suffering in form of ill health, negative energy and addictive behavioural pattern. Vajrasattva is the primordial Buddha of purity and it has a profound sevenfold creative meditation practice which can cleanse and all gross negativities. One is only allowed to learn this practice from a qualified Tibetan Buddhist Lama by receiving an empowerment and oral transmission. On this weekend one will receive in depth teaching on the Four Noble Truths and learn to do Vajrasattva cleansing practice. Vajrasattva empowerment will be given at 11.00am on Saturday.
Fri 24 May – Sunday 26 May.
7 – 9.pm Friday and Saturday night
9am – 5 pm Saturday and Sunday.
Free Public Talk Friday Night:
Acceptance of Natural Disasters.
Saturday Night Talk $15 / $10: OR is free to those attending either day session.
‘How to Deal with Loss of Loved ones.’.
Buddhist practice, Vajrasattva and Four Noble truths.
Cost is $80/$70concession Saturday
$150/$130 concession for Full Weekend.
Carville Seniors Hall
Cnr Albury and Diprose Sts. Pimlico, T’ville 4812
Morning /a/noon tea provided.
BYO Jacket as A/C is cold.
All members and Friends please be advised:
Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc. will hold its Annual general Meeting.
Date: Tuesday 4th June
Time: 7 pm
Place: JCU Chaplaincy, Building 131,Room DE001, Monkhouse Road, James Cook University.
Light supper after.
Please attend and support your Buddhist group.
Membership fees are due $50 general, $40 concession.
Tharlam Ling Buddhist Centre Inc
DIRECTIONS TO CHAPLAINCY
If you travel straight ahead through main JCU entrance for nearly 1 k. you’ll see on the right, St Marks College.
Do u turn and about 100m on take first turn left, where all the de- mountable buildings are. MONKHOUE ROAD, Chaplaincy is the low set brick build about 50 m on the left.
We’re in Room DE 001, Bldg. 131 at end of Chaplaincy Building near to the Child Care Centre.
FORMER JCU PHD STUDENT (ALEX ANDERSON),
NOW AN ORDAINED BUDDHIST MONK, ‘NGAWANG TENZIN’, WILL SPEAK ABOUT HIS JOURNEY TO BECOMING ORDAINED.
Hear him speak of his travels which took him to Norway, Brazil, France, culminating in his becoming a fully ordained monk.
His journey began here at JCU, Chaplaincy in 2009.
Light supper afterwards.
Ph Phil 0448 401 066
Three Day Calm Abiding Meditation Retreat, and Teachings on Healing Goddess Parnashavari.
. Friday 31st August – Monday 3 rd. September 2018,
with Tibetan Lama Choedak, Rinpoche.
Calm Abiding Meditation & Teachings on Goddess Parnashavari
Calm Abiding Meditation is the most fundamental of all Buddhist meditation practices. Using the tool of mindfulness one learns to bring a sense of stability and clarity to the mind. An increase in emotional stability and decrease in mental confusion will help negotiate more helpful responses when confronted with life problems. Meditation is ultimately about experiencing the opening up of our heart and mind to compassion and to wisdom. In this years retreat lama Choedak Rinpoche will also be giving teaching on Healing Goddess Parnashavari.
Meditation should be learnt properly from a good teacher and practice far away from noise and distraction until one has developed a solid discipline to do it in everyday life.
The amazing benefits of meditation can help to understand how to live sanely and wisely without being adversely affected by the fast pace of the modern world. Being able to stay calm, focused and learn to use simple but profound techniques of meditation can change one’s life.
LAMA CHOEDAK RINPOCHE
In this retreat, Lama Choedak Rinpoche will bestow the sacred transmission of the Healing Goddess Parnashavari and Lead its meditation and give teachings as part of the weekend retreat. This practice is ideal for all who are under medication and all health care practitioners can augment and benefit their practices.
$400 member / concession
*includes all vegetarian meals + cottage accommodation
Contact Phil Heang
0448 401 066
He has excellent English, speaking with great clarity, insight and compassion.
Lama Choedak Rinpoche
Lama Choedak Rinpoche is the most prominent Tibetan Buddhist Lama living and teaching in Australia for the last 33 years. As a graduate of ANU, he is an author, translator and an effective communicator. He has founded many Buddhist centres in Australia.
THREE DAYS OF MEDITATION WITH A TIBETAN LAMA
Meditation is an amazing practice of how to be present, to know, to see and change at will with the application of an immense power to love and live with kindness and wisdom. This power of good remains dormant in all human beings. Buddhist meditation shows how to unfold this from within. This technique goes back some 2600 years of ancient wisdom and enlightenment. Come and learn to meditate with a Tibetan Lama for a day. It will take form of listening to few short discourses, sitting, walking, standing and doing things with your hand. You will something valuable that will give tools to mend many broken areas of your life and help those around you.
Private interviews will be available with Lama Choedak.
The village of Paluma, Mt Spec, is 80 K from Townsville, North Queensland, 1000 m above sea level. (plse. note no pets allowed.)
This is a quiet village nestled in rain forest.
The retreat is a residential one with accommodation in cottages at Paluma.
Teachings will be in the Paluma Community Hall.
Vegetarian food, for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
Please bring your own morning and afternoon tea for each day, there is a fridge in each cottage. (Milk, tea coffee supplied.)
$400 for members, $425 for non members.
Cost includes Accommodation, vegetarian food and Teachings.
Please book early as there is limited accommodation and the nearest camping is 26 k away over a dirt road.
The road to Paluma is bitumen.
Please contact through email : firstname.lastname@example.org
OR PHONE 0448 401 066