Pure Happiness | Weekend Meditation Retreat Serpentine

About the Retreat

The practice of taking suffering and giving happiness is a supreme meditative method for increasing our concentration and the causes of
pure happiness within our mind. By engaging in these meditations, we purify our negative states of mind, especially our selfcherishing, and make our love and compassion very strong. We will also develop an unshakeable inner strength that can bear whatever adversity life throws at us with courage.
The retreat starts with supper at 6pm on Friday and finishes with lunch on Sunday.

Retreat Topic

The practice of taking suffering and giving happiness is a supreme meditative method for increasing our concentration and the causes of
pure happiness within our mind.By engaging in these meditations, we purify our negative states of mind, especially our selfcherishing, and make our love and compassion very strong. We will also develop an unshakeable inner strength that can bear whatever adversity life throws at us with courage.The retreat starts with supper at 6pm on Friday and finishes with lunch on Sunday.

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.

Details & Bookings

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The Venue

Serpentine Retreat Centre
48 Lewis Road, Serpentine
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Date & Time

Fri 5 Nov- Sun 7 Nov
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Important Booking Information

Fee includes teachings, accommodation and food.
Booking is essential.

Camping $280 | Single-sex shared room (three to four people) $320 | Twin occupancy $380 | Single occupancy $430

($50 discount for Centre Members and Study Program students)

For all accommodation please bring your own linen. Also, if camping please bring your own equipment.