SUNDAY COURSES

Courage To Change
4 December   Sunday
10am – 4.30pm

We want to be happy all the time, but no matter how hard we try to improve external conditions we never find it.

Only through improving the quality of our mind can we overcome our present unsatisfied experiences and find the everlasting happiness that we all yearn for.

In this course we have the opportunity to learn how to unite the paths of compassion & wisdom to fulfill our and others’ ultimate wishes.

Session 1 : 10 – 11.15am
Session 2 : 11.45am – 12.30pm
Session 3 : 2 – 3.15pm
Session 4 : 3.45 – 4.30pm

Facility Fee: : RM40

 


PAST COURSES

guilt-150-sqHow To Overcome Guilt
13 November   10am – 12.30pm

Guilt is a mind of self-blaming for negative or unskillful actions we had performed that had caused harm to others. It is a painful emotion like an open wound which cannot heal. Identifying ourselves with guilt paralyses us and block us from positive transformation.

In this course we shall learn to break our identification with guilt. Instead of responding destructively, feeling guilty, we can learn to recognise our faults without identifying ourselves with them and thereby create an open space in our mind to heal constructively.

We cannot change the past  but we can relate to it in a way that helps us to improve our future, thereby developing confidence in our pure nature rather than feeling guilty and disempowered.

Free Public Course On Meditation
UNDERSTAND THE MIND – How To Find Inner Peace
with Gen Kelsang Rabten
18 September

We all have the potential to enjoy a deeply rewarding life full of inner peace, but whether we do or not depends upon how our mind responds to the situations we encounter.

In this course we will explore the habit patterns in our own minds and learn to cultivate those that support happiness and free ourselves from those that undermine our well being.

Gen Kelsang Rabten is the National Spiritual Director of Kadampa Buddhism for Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia and the Resident Teacher at Kadampa Meditation Centre Hong Kong.

Gen Rabten is a pure disciple who has trained under the guidance of his Spiritual Guide Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for over twenty years. His teachings are precise and compassionate, and he exemplifies the essence of the modern Kadampa’s way of life, inspiring many people to embark on this rich and meaningful path.

Introduction To Tantra
19 June    10am – 5:30pm

Although Tantra is very popular, not many people understand its real meaning. In the Sutra teachings Buddha explained although our world appears to exist from its own side unrelated to our mind, but in reality it is a mere appearance to our mind, a projection of our mind like a dream world. A pure world is an appearance to a pure mind, an impure world is an appearance to an impure mind. 

Based on his Sutra teachings of compassion and wisdom understanding reality, Buddha taught Tantra as a special scientific method to purify our mind and thereby purify our experiences of an ordinary and imperfect world, leading quickly to the accomplishment of the four complete purities of a Budhha – pure environment, body, enjoyments and activities.

In this course we are introduced to the vision of what enlightenment is and how we can transform swiftly our world into the world of a Tantric enlightened Buddha through the power of pure motivation, faith, wisdom, and correct imagination.

Secret 150 sqSecret To A Happy Life
29 May     3 – 5:30pm

No matter how much we succeed in improving our external conditions, they can never bring us pure happiness nor provide real protection from suffering.

Buddha shows that true happiness and fulfillment cannot be found in external objects but within our own mind. Through meditation we come to understand that happiness is a state of mind and so the real source of happiness lies within the mind and not in external circumstances.

Overcoming Anger
20 March     2.30 – 5.30pm

Stress, irritation, frustration and anger are common experiences in modern life. These painful states of mind can easily arise when we encounter challenging situations and difficult people. If anger is not recognized early on it becomes a poison that destroys our happiness and can interfere with our relationships.

In this talk we will introduce in the several methods of approaching challenging situation in a constructive way. Putting these methods into practice enabling us to remove this destructive habit from our mind, helping us to experience the peace and freedom that we all long for.