NOTE: We are on a break from classes due to the International Summer Festival in the UK. Weekly classes resume on Wednesday 24th August.

When

The class is held in-person on Wednesday evenings 7pm–8.15pm.

Where

The class is located in Meerilinga Children & Family Centre, 48 Peregrine Drv, Kingsley.

Price

Drop-in fee $15.

It is now possible to pay by EFTPOS at all our classes.

Topics and Dates

Description

Frustration, disappointment, loss, fear and physical pain are an unavoidable part of daily life. Learn to transform painful feelings into inner peace through the healing power of meditation.

Wednesdays   Aug 24 • 31 • Sep 7 • 14 • 21

Drop-in any week for $15

Or book here for the entire series for $62.50

Description

While love brings only good results and happiness, attachment brings only problems and suffering such as craving, jealousy, dependence and conflict. Learn to distinguish between the two and enjoy stable, fulfilling and harmonious relationships as a result.

Wednesdays   Sep 28 • Oct 5 • 12

Drop-in any week for $15

Or book here for the entire series for $37.50

Description

Learn Buddhist techniques to respond to difficulties with a positive mind. Overcome minds such as anger and frustration, accept painful feelings and discover true inner peace.

Wednesdays   Oct 19 • 26 Nov 2 • 9 • 16 • 23

Drop-in any week for $15

Or book here for the entire series for $75

What to Expect at a Class

Our classes are open to everyone, regardless of background or level of experience. Learn simple techniques for calming the mind, implement effective strategies for solving everyday problems and leading a happy, peaceful life, and discover the complete path of inner transformation that Buddha taught.

Each week, explore a different aspect of Buddhist wisdom and be guided in a breathing meditation as well as a contemplative meditation related to the topic. There is also an opportunity to ask questions, followed by refreshments.

No need to book – drop in any week.

The Teacher

Kelsang Tara is a fully ordained Australian Buddhist nun and the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Perth.

Tara has been studying and practising Kadampa Buddhism for many years, and ordained as a Buddhist nun in 2015. Tara’s inspiring teachings reflect her sincere wish to help those in need and to share her experience of Buddha’s life-changing instructions with others.

Please note. Classes in July will be taught by Buddhist teacher Chris Juckes