Sanity in a Messed Up World

We live in a world governed by environmental and political uncertainty. As nations and individuals 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 Lojong training the mind teachings we can transform the conditions that presently affect us in an adverse way into powerful spiritual lessons that inspire positive growth and development.


The teacher of this class is Cara O’Meara who has been practising meditation and Buddhism for 9 years. Cara is a naturally warm and down to earth person, who shares her appreciation for inner development through practical and helpful advice for our daily life.

How to attend this class

1) LIVE STREAMING – Stream the class live or book and view the class anytime within 6 days of the live class.
Cost $10 full, $8 conc, $5 student (under 18yrs), free for LDKBC members.
To support your local Centre and respect the activity of other Kadampa Centres, we ask those who wish to book online classes to abide by the following conditions.
-Live streaming from this Centre is available only to those who live anywhere within the area between Lake Macquarie and Coffs Harbour. If you live outside this area, please use the live streaming service of your nearest Kadampa Centre.
-Classes are not to be recorded
-Class YouTube link(s) are not to be shared with others
-Book tickets for the actual number of people viewing

To book an online class, please click one of the booking links below.

Class dates & links for booking live streaming

Wednesday 16 March: 10.00am-11.00am

Wednesday 23 March: 10.00am-11.00am