Weekly Drop-in Classes
Weekly Drop-in Classes
Our weekly meditation drop-in classes are taught by qualified Buddhist teachers, and are very easy to understand and apply to our daily lives. The classes are suitable for both beginners and more advanced practitioners, and emphasize how to use meditation and subsequent practices amidst the busyness of modern, daily life. The union of Buddha’s teachings within our daily life is the essence of Kadampa Buddhism.
More information on these classes and how to book coming soon.
Monday Night 7:30PM | In-Person at KMCA and Online
The Five Habits of Happy People with Gen Dornying (1 Feb - 1 March)
Contrary to what many believe, happiness isn’t a rare, innate quality that only some possess. Everyone has the potential to be truly happy, including you.
Each week in this five-week course, you’ll be guided to uplifting states of mind, mental stillness and resilience. You’ll learn to become a happy person regardless of life’s difficulties, and an inspiring force for the people around you.
The course is designed sequentially, but you can join at any time. In-person and online.
Tuesday Night 7:30PM | Online
Living Meaningfully, Dying Joyfully with Gen Dornying (weekly)
We are alive, therefore we will die.
This is the simplest, most obvious truth, yet few of us have come to terms with this fact.
Once we do, we’ll find the energy to use our life in a meaningful way, and to help others through this very natural process.
Join us online as Gen Dornying continues to give commentary to the book Living Meaningfully, Dying Joyfully by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, an invaluable handbook to help ourselves and others and become free from trivial worries and concerns.
Although this class is run sequentially, you can join anytime.
The Confidence to Change Drop-in Class (weekly)
Booking for Wednesday 11am | KMC Australia
Thursday Night 7:30PM | In-Person at KMCA and Online
The Stages of the Path with Natalie Eichelmann (weekly)
Everyone knows that meditation is beneficial, but still we find it difficult to develop a regular practice.
The Indian master Atisha condensed Buddha’s 84,000 teachings into just 21 essential meditations to help us improve our experience of daily happiness. We call this the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment, or Lamrim in Tibetan. Through practising these meditations we can learn to discover the inner peace of meditation and how to apply it to our daily life.
Take some time to sit down and meditate every Thursday evening and kick start your meditation practice.
Tuesday Lunchtime 12:30PM
In-Person at Federation Square and Online Free Lunchtime Meditation with Gen Dornying (weekly)
Escape the stress and busyness of city life to discover the peace of meditation for yourself in these free 30 minute meditation sessions. Be guided through simple meditations that relax the mind and body, leading to a deep experience of inner peace and contentment. Beginners welcome. Drop-in any week. There is no charge for any of these sessions.