Developing a Kind Heart The Four Immeasurable Thoughts
Chenrezig Institute 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Family, General Interest, Special Interest, Spiritual
33 Johnsons Road
Eudlo , Queensland, 4554
With Venerable Kartsön
Our happiness depends upon engendering a kind-hearted attitude that is equally extended to all. Meditating on the four immeasurables offers a powerful technique for forging a mind that views others with affection and concern.
These evening sessions will include a talk, meditation and discussion.
Thursdays 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th February
Held in the Gompa and online
Suggested donation $10- but no set amount.
Please don't let finances get in the way of your listening to the Dharma.
Donate what you can to see the spiritual program continue at Chenrezig Institute and online.
You can donate towards this course online via :
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Donation for Teachings with Geshe Tsultrim - Middling Lamrim
No further registration required.
Via Zoom link from our calendar http://www.chenrezig.com.au/programme/calendar/
Venerable Kartsön (Yaki Platt) was born in Tel Aviv and previously trained and worked as a software engineer, mostly with the Israeli Defence Forces. Having met the Dharma in the mid 90s, he then moved to India in 2001 and studied conversational and classical Tibetan for four years. Having come to Chenrezig Institute in Australia as a translator in 2005, he is now translating for Geshe Tsultrim, as well as leading the Basic Study Program tutorials. He is a graduate of the Buddhist Studies Program and was ordained as a monk in 2014.
You’re welcome to visit 7 days although our shop & Café open for cuppa & cake Fri to Sun 9am to 1.30pm, please BYO picnic lunch until our wonderful vegetarian lunches hope to return soon.
Teachers’ availability subject to change; please check http://www.chenrezig.com.au/programme/calendar/ for updated information.
Established 1974, Chenrezig Institute is a centre for Buddhist study, meditation, retreat and practice nestled in the foothills of the Sunshine Coast Hinterland. The Institute is home to a Tibetan Geshe (Lama), a large community of ordained Sangha (monks and nuns), students, residents, volunteers, retreat goers and guests.
Apart from the formal study programmes, Chenrezig Institute is a peaceful, calm and relaxing place to spend a few hours, days or weeks. Stroll along the bush paths & wander around the Stupas in the formal Garden of enlightenment or the new Narlanda Masters statues Garden on the prayer wheel lawn.
Also below the far carpark is ‘The Wellbeing Centre’ which provides courses focusing on cultivating physical, emotional and mental balance and wellbeing. They include authentic traditional and modern psychological approaches to health and lifestyle. They are suitable for everyone who maybe looking for genuine happiness and well-being in a non-religious framework.