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All classes and events except the Saturday morning class are taught by Resident Teacher, Kadam Mick Marcon
$10, $8conc, free for LDKBC members
Mon 6th Apr 7-8.30pm – Dealing with Global Uncertainty Wk 2
Tue 7th Apr 7-8.30pm – Dealing with Global Uncertainty Wk 2
Wed 8th Apr 10-11am – Simply Meditate ($8, $6 conc, free for LDKBC members)
Thu 9th Apr 7-8.30pm – Resilience Wk 2
Fri 10th Apr 7-8.15pm – Inner Peace by Request
Sat 11th Apr 11am-12.15pm – Resilience Wk 2 With Buddhist Teacher, Patrick Manning
Sat 11th Apr 7-8.30pm – Saturday Night Live Meditation and Q&A (NEW)
Weekly classes- Mon April 13th to Sat April 18th
$10, $8conc, free for LDKBC members
Mon 13th Apr 7-8.30pm – Dealing with Global Uncertainty Wk 3
Tue 14th Apr 7-8.30pm – Dealing with Global Uncertainty Wk 3
Wed 15th Apr 10-11am – Simply Meditate ($8, $6 conc, free for LDKBC members)
Thu 16th Apr 7-8.30pm – Resilience Wk 3
Fri 17th Apr 7-8.15pm – Inner Peace by Request
Sat 18th Apr 11am-12.15pm – Resilience Wk 3
Sat 18th Apr 7-8.30pm – Saturday Night Live Meditation and Q&A
Dealing with Global Uncertainty
We live in a world governed by environmental and political uncertainty. As nations and individual busily plan to undermine and out power each other, thousands of species of animal are becoming extinct and our world and our bodies are becoming increasingly polluted. Faced with this, many people respond by becoming frustrated, disillusioned or simply hardening their heart. Buddha predicted this degeneration and gave priceless advice on how to use adversity to affect radical inner transformation. In truth, all the problems we see in the world result from the collective actions of the beings inhabiting it. By taking to heart the meaning of Buddha’s training the mind teaching we can transform the same conditions that presently affect us in an adverse way into powerful spiritual lessons that inspire positive growth and development.
Mental resilience is an inner quality that enables us to remain unruffled in times of difficulty. Without it, we are easily upset and our mental state remains vulnerable to circumstances outside our control. In this course discover your potential to experience an inner peace and resilience as stable as a mountain and as calm as the depths of an ocean. Everyone is welcome!
Tune in any week and be guided in simply yet effective meditations that that calm the mind and allow you to enjoy inner peace
Inner peace by Request
In this class Kadam Mick will explain and guide meditations from The New Meditation Handbook. Feel free to request one of the many meditations contained within this text.
Saturday night live-meditation & Q&A
Enjoy an inspiring and thought provoking Saturday night in. Join Resident Teacher Kadam Mick Marcon as he explains and guides meditations to address problems arising in the world that week. Following the meditation, Kadam Mick will lead a short interactive Q&A session, giving those who attend the opportunity to ask questions about their daily meditation practice, or to clarify the meaning of a particular teaching. A great Saturday night alternative to Netflix 🙂
Pre-prepared questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. Questions on the night can be sent via the Zoom App.
This is our committed study program, for more information, click here
Nyungnay: a purifying ritual practice
Wed 15 Apr-Sat 18 Apr
Refuge half-day course & vows
Sun 19 Apr 9.30-12.30pm (hdc: $20, $16 conc, Free for LDKBC members) (vows: Free for all)
Kadam Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher at Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre and has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 2004. With his clear understanding of Buddha’s teachings and down-to-earth manner, Mick inspires us to develop a pure and happy mind.
Phone: (02) 40230215