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Queensland

Langri Tangpa Centre, Brisbane
Chenrezig Institute, Eudlo
Karuna Hospice Service, Brisbane
Cittimani Hospice Service, Sunshine Coast

New South Wales

Vajrayana Institute, Sydney
Kunsang Yeshe Retreat Centre, Katoomba
Potawa Buddhist Group, Wagga Wagga

Victoria

Tara Institute, Melbourne
Atisha Centre, Bendigo
Machig Labron Nunnery, Bendigo
Thubten Shedrup Ling Monastery, Bendigo
The Great Stupa of Universal Compassion, Bendigo

Tasmania

Chag Tong Chen Tong Centre, Hobart

South Australia

Buddha House, Adelaide
De-Tong Ling Retreat Centre, Kangaroo Island
Pure Land of Amithaba Buddha Hospice Service, Adelaide

Western Australia

Hayagriva Buddhist Centre, Perth
Tara Meditation Centre, Bunbury
Gyalwa Ensapa Buddhist Group, Broome

Find Connection  & Inspiration

One of many meditation classes offered at Vajrayana Institute, Sydney

The inaugural Guru Bhumtsok event at Chag Tong Chen Tong Centre, Hobart

Gen Dondrub and Buddha House students charted a boat to bless the marine life in the ocean off Adelaide

Kunsang Yeshe Retreat Centre in the Blue Mountains had a special Smoking event with local Aboriginal Elders

Develop Kindness for Yourself and Others

‘Kindness has been shown to increase self-esteem, empathy and compassion, and improve mood. Kindness can increase your sense of connectivity with others and improve relationships. It also can be contagious, encouraging others to join in with their own generous deeds.’ Mayo Clinic.

Kindness has also been shown to improve physical and mental health. Our centres offer opportunities to learn techniques to cultivate kindness in every way – it is at the core of all our Buddhist values. Explore what’s on offer and increase your capacity for kindness.

 

Find Inner and Outer Peace

“I think often people look for circumstances to help achieve a sense of inner peace. In fact, this calm, compassionate, deep awareness is actually within each person. It’s as if we have a deep reservoir of peacefulness and serenity inside us. What we have to learn to do is tap into it.” Ashley Davis Bush (The Little Book of Calm)

As the 14th Dalai Lama says, we can cultivate emotions such as compassion to give us inner strength and peace. Explore our classes and learn more.

Multi-faith event at the Great Stupa of Universal Compassion, Bendigo

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