Foundation Study Program
Foundation Study Program
Joining Foundation Program (FP) involves studying the entire section of a book and trying to attend all classes, one of which is an end-of-term exam. Foundation Program (FP) classes offer systematic study, discussion and meditation practice. These are based on six of Geshe Kelsang’s extraordinary books in order to: Develop our wisdom, cultivate a good heart, maintain a peaceful state of mind, solve all our problems and transform our lives.
Foundation Study Program | VIC
Sundays 2-6pm | with Resident Teacher Gen Dornying Thursdays 6.30-9pm | with Colleen Isaacs
Meaningful to behold is a commentary to the exquisite and universally loved poem Guide to the Bodhisattva’s Way of Life by the 8th century master Shantideva. A Bodhisattva is a being bound for spiritual enlightenment and is regarded as a friend of the world. With unsurpassed clarity, the author Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche, explains how to transform contemporary life into the Bodhisattva’s path.
By joining the foundation study program now you will:
- Improve your life through cultivating authentic love and compassion.
- Learn how to genuinely benefit others.
- Transform your life into the highway to enlightenment.
“Nowadays, with the world in turmoil, there is a particular need for Westerners to cultivate bodhichitta. If we are to make it through these perilous times, true Bodhisattvas must appear in the West as well as in the East.”
Joining the program involves studying the entire book and attending all classes, one of which is an end-of-term exam. Each class consists of prayers, guided meditation and teaching.
To join this program, a trial must be completed. To organise this, please contact Daisy McClelland: [email protected]
Foundation Study Program | Darwin
Wednesday 6.30pm | with Resident Teacher Gen Dornying
Join the Foundation Program (FP) with Gen Kelsang Dornying – studying Geshe Kelsang Gyatso’s extraordinary book How to Understand the Mind – and gain deep insight into your mind. Improve your life by gaining an understanding of the nature and functions of your mind and applying this understanding to your everyday experiences.
The first part of the book is a practical guide to developing and maintaining a light, positive mind. The second part describes different types of mind in detail, revealing the depth and profundity of the Buddhist understanding of the mind.
Joining FP involves enrolling for a section of the book and attending all the classes, one of which is an end of term exam. Each class consists of prayers, a guided meditation, teaching and discussion.
To join this program, a trial must be completed. To organise this, please contact Chris Winn: [email protected]