Please bring along your pet and Ven Lhundrub will say prayers, and bless with relics. You can walk your pet, or animals from your garden, around the stupa and purify eons of negative karma. The event is held at HMT, 18 Clifton street. Sat October 27th, 2-4m. Please keep animals suitably restrained.
Join us for a discussion with Ven Lhundrub about the types, benefits and practicalities of a meditation practice. Ven Lhundrub has extensive experience leading meditation at his home centre in Bendigo and is the author of “Practical mediation’, a simple guide to the basics of meditations on breathing, mindfulness and loving kindness. Tuesday Oct 23rd, […]
Bodhicitta is the wish to free all beings from suffering. This sounds like an overwhelming project but we can begin now to increase our kindness and understanding and gradually build steps to an enlightened mind. The embodiment of compassion is the Buddha Chenrezig, and we will devote one day to meditation on the qualities of […]
Cultivating Emotional Balance 2018 Take control of your wellbeing and learn to understand your emotions Our emotions create richness in our life – they help us navigate our lives, discern what we need, and relate to others. Yet, overwhelming emotions can leave us feeling triggered, stressed, drained, disempowered from our own mental processes, and can […]
Hospice of Mother Tara is a Buddhist teaching and meditation centre. We offer a range of courses in Buddhist philosophy, guided meditations and a yoga program. We are affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT) a global network established by Lama Yeshe to make available the Buddha’s teachings of compassion and wisdom.