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Meditation Practice, Tuesdays 10-11am - open to all.
Come and meditate in the beautiful Gompa surrounded by the tranquil native bush.
At Kamalashia Tibetan Buddhist Centre 9000 Princes Highway Tilba
We welcome people to attend our regular meditation sessions at Drogmi Buddhist Institute. All sessions are held at Unit 2 (First Floor) 20 Murray St, Croydon (Sydney).
Shamatha Meditation Practice, Sundays 10-11am – open to all
“Shamatha” is the Tibetan term for single pointed meditation. This practice combines a blend of guided meditations and rhythmic chanting. It is a restorative and relaxing meditation that increases one’s ability to concentrate and focus - essential for people looking to strengthen their practice and gain a deeper understanding of key Buddhist teachings. Khenpo Ngawang Dhamchoe leads this practice whenever he is in Sydney.
Some practices are for initiates only (if you are unsure about the pre-requisite empowerment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details).
Green Tara practice (Buddha of Compassionate Action) First Sunday of the month, 9.00-10.00am
Green Tara practice helps us overcome fears and obstacles, heal physical and mental illnesses and improve relationships. Tara is the mother of all the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas and the word Tara means “Saviour” or “One Who Saves”.