'Three Principal Aspects of the Path'

In view of current health warnings around COVID 19 teachings with Geshe Doga from Tara Institute are currently Suspended.

Venerable Geshe Doga from Tara Institute Melbourne teaches monthly.

Venerable Geshe Doga is a highly learned Buddhist master who kindly offers teachings to the Barwon region every month. Geshe Doga is renowned for his ability to relate the Buddhist teachings in an easy accessible manner for all who attend. The class involves prayer, philosophy, meditation and mantra recitation and is based on the Three Principal Aspects of the Path, renunciation, bodhicitta and emptiness.

Class fee including vegetarian lunch is $30 non members/ $20 members {Tara & DrolKar}

Teaching only $20 or $10 members.

A very special opportunity.

Venerable Geshe Doga continues his monthly engaging and inspirational teaching on the Buddhist Path to Happiness. Always practical for applying to our everyday life, Geshela is generous with his most welcome and valued advice.

After the teaching, enjoy a very tasty vegetarian lunch and the opportunity to chat with Geshe-la, Sangha and members and friends, old and new.

Registration is from 10:30 with the teaching beginning at 11:00.

There will be a communal vegetarian lunch afterwards at around 12.30pm.

Geshe Doga giving instruction.

Regular meditation classes

Experience the best.

Experienced and regular facilitators Val Druce, Darren Fahroedin and Karen Mayer from the health professions have been teaching at the centre for the past 18 years. Carl Kay, experienced in meditation also teaches.

All welcome.

Regular meditation classes

Darren Fahroedin and Carl Kay will be facilitating the "‘Finding the Stillness Within’ meditation class on Fridays from 11 am.

Having spent a lot of time away working in remote Aboriginal communities over the past 2 years, and visiting Tibet , in 2020 Darren will now be spending more time closer to home.

With this change he is looking forward to giving more time to the regular Friday meditation group, ‘Finding the Stillness Within'.

The group is suitable for all levels of meditators, Buddhist or non-Buddhist, including beginners. It is a friendly & informal atmosphere with opportunities for Q&A.

Each class typically includes a short discussion around principles from Buddhist philosophy, Buddhist and Western science of the mind and healing.

Mindfulness Meditation with Carl Kay: A Felt Sense, Breath and Body practice to Self-Awareness,and a Direct Experience approach to building a regular Practice in Meditation and daily living Mindfully! Simple and Practical approach to cultivating a Stable, Relaxed and Present state of mind, with Kindness and in Stillness. Psychological and Spiritual depth, within the principals of Buddhist Traditions.

Meditations focus on mindfulness and awareness. All levels of practice welcome.

By donation.

Valerie Druce facilitates the 'Healing Group' on Tuesday afternoons at 1 pm.

All levels of practice welcome.

By donation.

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Drol Kar Buddhist Centre,  625 Nortons Road, Paraparap, Victoria 3240  |  |  Tel:03-5266 1788

Usual opening Hours: Friday - Wednesday: 10am-4pm         

Drol Kar Buddhist Centre is CLOSED on days of  TOTAL FIRE BAN

We, Drol Kar Buddhist Centre, acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the land, the Wadawurrung people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.

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