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• Teachings on 7 Sundays:
• 13, 20, 27 Feb and 6, 27 Mar and 3, 10 Apr
• 11.30am to 1pm
• 2-Day Retreat on Easter long weekend:
• Friday 15 and Saturday 16 Apr
• 9am to 4pm on both days
Note: You may choose to attend the 2-Day Easter Retreat on its own.
7 Sundays on How to Meditate
Over 7 weeks, learn the definition and purpose of meditation as Dharma practice: the conducive conditions for meditations, how to sit, how to set up a meditation session, understanding the application of different meditation techniques to deepen your practice and, and how to deal with obstacles that arise in meditation. If you register online for the 7 teaching sessions of the “Discovering Buddhism How to Meditate” module, you will be provided with the printed material.
Shamatha & Vipashyana 2 Day Easter Retreat
The two-day meditation retreat focuses on developing shamatha or “calm abiding” meditation and vipashyana or “higher seeing” meditation and then combining the two. The focus is on bringing about a profound shift in our perspective, cultivating insights into the reality of how things exist. This helps us to overcome the misconceptions and misperceptions that create all the sufferings and problems we experience in life. Participation in this retreat fulfils the Discovering Buddhism How to Meditate practice component.
During the “retreat”, there will be breaks between sessions with free tea and coffee.
Bring Your Own lunch on each “retreat” day.
• 7 Weeks of Teachings: $70 (HBC Member) $85 (Non-member) (registrants receive the printed DB material)
• 2 Day Retreat: $60 (HBC Member) $85 (Non-member) (you can book the retreat separately from the teachings)
You may attend the weekly teachings on a casual basis which is by donation however you will not get the printed material.
Places are limited for the retreat due to COVID. Bookings must be made online.
Venue: Hayagriva Buddhist Centre, 64 Banksia Tce, Kensington WA