Welcome to Buddha House
Situated in Magill, Adelaide and housed in a beautifully restored 125 year old former church, Buddha House is a warm and friendly place to learn Buddhism and meditation.
All levels of teachings are offered, from introductory teachings on Buddhist philosophy and meditation, to advanced studies for those who are familiar with the Dharma.
Teachings are given by Tibetan Buddhist practitioners who have received an education at Kopan Monastery, Nepal and Sera Je Monastic University, India. Learn to meditate with classes led by trained, experienced meditation leaders.
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Buddhist Teachings & Meditation
Discovering Buddhism: Presenting the Pathwith Venerable Thubten Dondrub
AVAILABLE ONLINE Yes
START DATE Tuesday, 18th October 2022
TIME Tuesday nights, 7:00 – 9:00pm (please note the time change)
DURATION 6 Weeks
RETREAT DAY Sunday, 4th December 2022
Get an overview of the entire Tibetan Buddhist path to awakening. Study the life story of the Buddha and discover a unique system for putting Buddhist philosophy into practice – the lamrim, or graduated path to enlightenment.
Applying the Four Immeasurable Thoughts in Daily Lifewith Venerable Thubten Dondrub
AVAILABLE ONLINE Yes
START DATE Thursday, 27th October 2022
TIME Thursday nights, 7:00 – 9:00pm (please note the time change)
DURATION 8 Weeks
The Four Immeasurables are so called because we generate equanimity, love, compassion, and joy towards an immeasurable number of sentient beings.
Meditating on the Four Immeasurable Thoughts is a fundamental practice in Buddhism.
As thought-feelings that open our heart towards ourselves and others, they are forerunners of bodhicitta, the altruistic intention that seeks enlightenment in order to benefit all sentient beings most effectively.
Facility Fee: Waged $120 / Members & Concession $100
Includes Livestream link which stays live for the entire course.
Drop-in sessions: Waged $20 / Members & Concession $15 per night
Buddha House invites and welcomes every person seeking refuge in the Buddha's teachings of wisdom and compassion to practice.