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May 2017

Buddha Day

Saturday May 13, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

This most significant Buddhist festival, celebrating the Buddha's realisation, his Enlightenment under a tree in India over 2500 years ago, is seen by Buddhists as the most momentous event in human history. The Buddha's attainment, his freedom from suffering  is our inspiration to practice. Join the Sangha from the 11am meditation class to rejoice in the Buddha, culminating in a 7 Fold Puja. Open to All - Bring your friends and family Buddha Day Program 11am to 12pm - Meditation…

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Exploring the Wheel of Life – A Weekend Seminar

Saturday May 27, 2:00 pm - Sunday May 28, 1:00 pm

The Wheel of Life is an incredible depiction of the Buddha’s teaching of the 12 nidana chain of dependent origination from the Tibetan tradition. It tells the story from ignorance to feeling to grasping to craving that drives us to repeat unhelpful tendencies. Learn about the 6 realms of existence and the 3 root poisons. Buddhadasa with over 40 years of Dharma practice will guide you through the symbols and mythology to get to the depth of the teaching and…

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July 2017

Embracing Simplicity Day Retreat

Sunday July 2, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Simplifying our lives creates space so we can live our lives intentionally. We make room for spontaneity and creativity to arise whilst connecting more deeply with ourselves and others. On this day retreat we will have periods of discussion, meditation and reflection, connecting us to simplicity and why we need to move in that direction. Perhaps you might already identify one of the following as an area ripe for simplification in your life….. Schedules/Diaries Possessions Technology Parenting Finance Led By…

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Dharma Day Festival

Saturday July 8, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

A Celebration of the Buddha's Teachings The teachings of the Buddha, the Dharma, have come down to us today over the span of 2500 years. The Buddha first decided to teach when he saw that there were those with little dust in their eyes that would be able to see the truth of his teachings. Today we have been fortunate to find the Dharma and have the opportunity to follow the Path of the teachings for ourselves. On Dharma Day…

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