Rarely do we examine the world around us in ways that increase our wisdom and peace. For instance, when things go wrong in our life and in our world, we simply regard the situation itself as the problem, and respond with fear, anxiety and even anger. Buddha revealed something very important, he explained that the essence of all human problems is part of the mind that experiences painful feelings. He explained how to stabilize and ultimately dissolve away these feelings, leaving only inner peace and happiness.
On this course, learn these techniques for yourself and be guided in meditation to increasing levels of inner peace and happiness. The ability to experience peace in the face of adversity is the very art of acceptance and ultimately liberates us from all suffering.
Gen Kelsang Dornying is the Resident Teacher of both Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia, Kadampa Meditation Centre Melbourne, Darwin and Alice Springs. He has been teaching Kadam Dharma in Australia for over 16 years. He is an inspiring and light-hearted teacher of modern Buddhism who makes Buddha’s teachings clear, accessible and applicable to modern life.
Gen Dornying teaches the Teacher Training Program, The Foundation Program, and most of the special courses at KMCA.
|Sat 19 June – Workshop||Sun 20 June – Retreat|
|Session 1: 10.30-11.30am VIC / 10-11am NT||Session 1: 9-10.15am VIC / 8.30-9.45am NT|
|Session 2: 12-12.45pm VIC / 11.30am-12.15pm NT||Session 2: 11.30-12.45pm VIC / 11am-12.15pm NT|
|Session 3: 2-3.15pm VIC / 1.30-2.45pm NT||Session 3: 2.30-3.45pm VIC / 2-3.15pm NT|