In each class a different aspect of Buddhist Tantric practice will be explained.
The content of each class will be based on requests by students prior to the class.
Each class is self-contained and will consist of a teaching and guided meditation within the practice of Vajrayogini or Heruka.
There is no need to book or bring anything.
Please note: this class is open only to those who have received the Highest Yoga Tantra empowerments of Vajrayogini and Heruka.
To request a topic, please send your request to teacher@meditateinnewcastle.
Due to public health orders and comfort and equality of everyone attending our centre or other events and classes:
- In-person classes are open only to fully vaccinated people or those with valid medical exemption until 80% full vaccination in NSW is hit.
- It is a condition of entry to wear a mask, sign in and sanitize your hands.
- If you have a current valid medical exemption from wearing a mask, it is a condition of entry to sign for, wear an exemption badge and maintain 1.5m social distancing at all times. Exemption badges available inside.
Please do not enter if you feeling unwell or if you are not happy to follow the conditions above, instead please feel free to tune in to our events online. Thank you for helping us to continue to be able to offer in-person classes/events.
See below for a list of class dates.
The class is located at Losang Dragpa Buddhist Centre, 36 Texas St, Mayfield.
The cost of the class is $12 ($10conc, free for members) to attend in-person. There is no need to book.
To attend online the cost of the class is $10 ($8conc, free for members). Please book through the link below.
Parking: Out of consideration for our neighbours, please park away from The Centre if possible. Suggested parking, Baker St, adjacent Mayfield Diggers Carpark. Thank you!
Saturday Oct 16: 7.00 – 8.30pm
Topic: Vajrayogini’s Mantra
Booking is not required to attend in-person.
To view this event online book here:
Kadam Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher at Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Newcastle and has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 2004. With his clear understanding of Buddha’s teachings and down-to-earth manner, he inspires us to develop a pure mind, thereby uncovering for ourself a deep contentment and happiness. Mick teaches weekly drop-in classes, our courses and retreats, as well as the Foundation Program.