Walk-in Class on Monday Evenings 8pm - 9:30pm

These weekly general programme classes are open to everyone. They include guided meditations and teachings on the practical application of Buddhist thought in daily life. There's also time for Questions & Answers. There's no need to book, just drop in. 8.00-9.30 pm. No charge but donations are welcome.


This series will help us develop a structured and effective daily meditation practice that will give us spiritual confidence and direction.

Date: 1, 8, 15, 22 & 29 October 2018 / 5, 12, 19 & 26 November 2018 

According to Buddha, all our delusions - and therefore all our suffering - arise from self-grasping ignorance, that mistaken view believing that things exist the way they appear. 

What is self-grasping? How does it cause delusions and suffering? How can we look beyond appearances?

In this three-week course we will look at Buddha's Perfection of Wisdom teachings, learn how to question what we take for granted, and explore how to look beyond the prison of our mistaken appearance and conceptions. 

Date: 13, 20, 27 August 2018

Come join us in the next 4-part series to understand the importants of moral discipline and how to practise it.

A mind controlled by moral discipline is a pure and relaxed mind that simply has no interest in following delusions. Practiced correctly, moral discipline helps us to maintain a pure and peaceful mind in our daily life, and in life after life.

Date: 2, 9, 16 and 23 July 2018

Bodhisattvas engage in the practice of the six perfections of giving, moral discipline, patience, effort, concentration and wisdom. 

Come join us in the next 4-part series to understand the perfection of giving and how this practice creates the causes for us to be enlightened. Learn how to give wisely, what to give and how we can create a future with abundant resources with which we can help our self and others make progress in our spiritual path.

Date : 4, 11 and 18 June 2018

With concentration we can do anything with ease and efficiency. In these classes, we learn why concentration is essential for our spiritual life, how it makes our life peaceful, and how to improve the power of our concentration.

Date: 7, 14 & 21 May 2018


A gardener enjoys tending to his garden. In the same way, we tend to the garden of our mind with earnest effort.

Date : April 9,16, 23  2018

"Since it is impossible to fulfil all our desires or to stop unwanted things happening to us, we need to find a different way of relating to frustrated desires and unwanted occurrences. We need to learn patience acceptance.

Patience is a mind that is able to accept, fully & happily, whatever occurs. It is much more than just gritting our teeth and putting up with things. Being patient means to welcome wholeheartedly whatever arises, having given up the idea that things should be other than what they are. It is always possible to be patient; there is not situation so bad that it cannot be accepted patiently, with an open, accommodating, and peaceful heart." - from Transform Your Life p319 by Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Date : 5, 12, 19 and 26 March 2018

Our way of identifying ourselves is mistaken. We believe that the self that we normally see is our self. However, this self and all the things we normally see do not exist. Due to this ignorance we develop various kinds of mistaken appearance,  and experience various kinds of problems as hallucinations throughout this life, and in life after life, endlessly. 

Teachings based on the book, HOW TO TRANSFORM YOUR LIFE. 

Our happiness is as fragile as a water bubble. Impermanence spares nothing and no one; in samsara all our dreams are broken in the end. In this impure life we will never experience pure happiness unless we engage in pure spiritual practice. 

Through meditating on taking the sufferings of all living beings, we will develop a mind that is as strong and stable as a blacksmith's anvil, which does not break however hard it is struck. We need a strong and stable mind, one that is undisturbed by any hardship that life throws at us. 

While it is not habitual for us to do, putting ourselves in the other person's shoes actually brings us the peace of mind that we all wish for. 

There are people who have succeeded in completely abandoning their self-cherishing and who now cherish only others. As a result, all their problems have disappeared and their minds are always filled with joy. I guarantee that the less you cherish yourself and the more you cherish others the happier you will become. - Ven. Geshe Kelsang Gyatso

Our ordinary view is that we are the centre of the universe and that other people and things derive their significance principally from the way in which they affect us. This self-centred view of the world does not correspond to reality. It is precisely because we think 'I am important, I need this, I deserve that' that we engage in negative actions, which result in an endless stream of problems for ourself  & others. By practising these instructions, we develop a realistic view of the world, based on an understanding of the equality and interdependence of all living beings. Once we view each and every living being as important we will naturally develop good intentions towards them.

How Karma is Like Astrology

 If you want to know your past, look at your current experiences;

 If you want to know your future, look at your current actions.


Suggested donation : RM 10 per class (free for FP students)