In each class a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. The classes are self-contained so you can drop in any week. There is no need to book or bring anything. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic. There is also an opportunity for discussion, followed by refreshments.
No meditation experience is necessary, classes are suitable for beginners and experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome.
The class is held on Tuesday evenings 7.00pm–8.30pm. 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).
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!
Universal Compassion, In-Depth-Drop-in Class: Mar 28. Apr 4, 11, 18, 25. May 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; June 6, 13, 20, 27; July 4, 11, 25
The heart of Buddha’s teachings is unconditional love and compassion. In this inspiring explanation of the popular Buddhist poem Training the Mind in Seven Points, the author of Universal Compassion; Geshe Kelsang Gyatso provides Practical instructions showing how to transform even the most difficult daily life experiences into opportunities for spiritual growth, through developing and enhancing minds of universal love and compassion.
In these weekly in-depth drop-in classes visiting Buddhist Teacher, Libby Evans will give commentary to, and guide the meditations contained within this profound book.
To have the opportunity to practise this precious and profound teaching is infinitely more meaningful than being given all the precious jewels in the world. If we understand how extremely worthwhile it is to read, listen to, study, contemplate, and engage in the practice of this very special Dharma, we will do so with great faith and a happy mind.
About the Teacher
Libby Evans is an experienced Buddhist teacher
who has studied Kadampa Buddhism for many
years. With kindness and warmth, she explains
Buddha’s teachings practically for modern people