After careful consideration and consultation, due to the close proximity of our students in meditation, to ensure the safety of our community during the current COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided to suspend all in-person meditation classes in Darwin.
Meditation classes will switch to online streaming instead. That means instead of attending your classes at the centre or venue, you will log into a live stream of the teaching on your favourite device.
Live streamed classes are as follows:
Mondays: 7-8.30pm with Gen Dornying
Love, Desire, Attachment (Jun 1-22)
Learn to distinguish between love and attachment and start to enjoy stable and fulfilling relationships.
Tuesday: 7-8.30pm with Gen Dornying
How to Solve our Human Problems
In a new course, conceived especially for these challenging times, Resident Teacher Gen Dornying will teach step-by-step how to overcome these difficulties, using the beloved book How to Solve Our Human Problems.
Wednesday: 11am-12.30pm with Natalie Eichelmann
Buddhism: A Philosophy to Live by (Jun 3-24)
Understand the essential principles of Buddhism, cultivate your wisdom and good heart, and start to enjoy a meaningful, harmonious and happy life.
Thursday: 7-8.30 pm with Gen Dornying
Stages of the Path
Step-by-step guidance on all the stages of the path to enlightenment based on The New Meditation Handbook.
Friday: 7-8 pm with Gen Dornying
Friday Night Live: Buddhist Q&A with Gen Dornying
Join our live interactive Q&A session with Gen Dornying. Ask any question on the topic of Buddhism via the live YouTube chat stream during the session. A fun, informative and thought provoking class, not to be missed!
To purchase your pass and find out more click here: https://kadampa.live
You will be able to access the page before the scheduled time but the live stream will not start until the scheduled time. You will need to be logged in to view the live stream.
The video links will be available for purchase and viewing for a week after the class starts.
Classes are included for our Committed Study Program students and cost $10 per live stream for non-study program students.