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THARPA CHOELING AUSTRALIA

Wellington Buddhist Centre

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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CENTRE IS CLOSED BUT YOU CAN TELEHONE TO MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TO USE THE GOMPA/MEDITATION SPACE OR TALK TO SOMEBODY OR LOOK IN THE SHOP.

PHONE: 68454661

 

DUE TO CURRENT RESTRICTIONS
THE CENTRE WILL BE CLOSED BUT WE (THE SANGHA) WILL BE
DOING A CHENREZIG PRACTICE ON 18TH APRIL AND A MEDICINE BUDDHA PRACTICE FOR VESAK ON 10TH MAY.  WE WILL BE LIVE ON FACEBOOK IF ANYONE CARES TO JOIN US.   

          REGULAR CLASSES  

MONDAY 1.30pm      Meditations

MONDAY 5.30pm      Chair Yoga

THURSDAY 5.30pm  Jhampa's Yoga

SATURDAY 2.00pm   Jhampa's Yoga

SUNDAY 10.30am     Restorative Yoga

SUNDAY 2.00pm      Vajrayana Practice

All classes $5 recommended donation

IN BETWEEN SHOP OPEN ON

SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND MONDAY

             1PM TO 4PM

Just one small positive thought in the morning can change your whole day.

HIS HOLINESS dALAI lAMA

We have to cultivate contentment with what we have. We really don't need much. When you know this, the mind settles down. Cultivate generosity. Delight in giving. Learn to live lightly. In this way, we can begin to transform what is negative into what is positive. This is how we start to grow up

JETSUNMA TENZIN PALMO

Introducing our services available to you

Buddhadharma talks

Workshops

Prison visits

Inbetween Shop

Tai Chi

Yoga

Chair Yoga

Restorative yoga

Nursing home visits

Markets

These services are carried out by Western Ordained Buddhist Practitioners.  We welcome our brothers and sisters of different beliefs and any who are interested in learning more about the Teachings of the Buddha (One who is awake).  "The mind is everything.  What you think, you become."

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CONTACT US:-

166 Arthur St

Wellington, 2820

Australia

P.O.Box 188, Wellington,NSW 2820

(02) 6845 4661

 

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