Buddhist meditation in Perth Western Australia, Diamond Way Buddhism, Meditation Fremantle

Diamond Way Buddhism Australia

Buddhist Meditation Centres of the Karma Kagyu Lineage

Buddhism in the City with Diamond Way teachers

Location:

Open Space Chiropractic Healing Centre, Suite 5/19 Douro Rd South Fremantle 6162

Date:
Tue, Nov. 14th - Tue, Jan. 9th 7:30pm - 9pm
Price:
$5 Donation

Diamond Way Buddhism provides easy access to authentic Buddhist teachings and meditations for use in contemporary life. Join us for a series of lectures followed by meditation.

Tuesday 14 November, 7:30 – 9pm

Diamond Way Buddhism in the West by Denes Andras

Venue: Open Space - Suite 5/19 Douro Rd, South Fremantle - $5 donation

The goal of Buddhism is a state of lasting, unconditional happiness known as enlightenment.
To bring us to this state, Buddhism points us to lasting values in this impermanent world, and gives 
us valuable information about how things really are. Through understanding the law of cause and effect, using practical tools like meditation to gain insight and develop compassion and wisdom, we — all of us — can tap into our potential to realize the ultimate goal of enlightenment.

“From a Buddhist perspective happiness and joy do not depend on outer conditions, which change constantly, but on the experiencer of all phenomena — mind itself.” Lama Ole Nydahl, Buddha and Love

 

Tuesday 12 December, 7:30pm – 9pm

Meditation by Sarah Primus

Venue: Open Space - Suite 5/19 Douro Rd, South Fremantle - $5 donation

Buddhist meditation gives us freedom to work with emotions and circumstances. It increases stability and happiness, and results in an experience of the nature of mind itself — radiant and timelessly joyful. 

“Meditation is mind’s gift to itself.”— Lama Ole Nydahl

 

Tuesday 9 January, 7:30 - 9pm

Cause and Effect (Karma) by Stewart Jarvis

Venue: Open Space - Suite 5/19 Douro Rd, South Fremantle - $5 donation

Karma means ‘cause and effect’. It is not ‘destiny’ or ‘fate’. Everyone is responsible for their own life and shapes it through thoughts, words and actions. This understanding enables one to consciously create impressions that lead to happiness and avoid future suffering. Useful karma that has not ripened yet can be strengthened by using the skilful means of Diamond Way Buddhism; destructive karma can be dissolved before it causes problems.

“At every moment, beings’ thoughts, words and actions lay the seeds for their future. As the results will have the same emotional colour as their cause, it pays to be very attentive. — Lama Ole Nydahl 

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