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Tuesday 4 June @ 6:30 pm 8:00 pm

A relaxed evening looking at recurring themes in our life, as they relate to body, speech and mind. What issues have arisen with our actions? Our communication? Our way of framing the world? Where do we get stuck and forget to apply our ‘Dharma wisdom’? After informal discussion and a weekly catch-up through a Dharma lens, we conclude the class with a guided meditation based on Lama Yeshe’s OM AH HUM cleansing meditation of body, speech and mind.

This class is an easy-going introduction to the Buddhist approach to the mind. Participants learn how to pay attention to, identify and then unpack the thoughts that inform our emotions in day-to-day life and learn how to reconfigure them, rather than focusing on the event or person that triggered them. This is the key to success in Buddhist practice. As Lama Zopa Rinpoche says, “We can mold our mind into any shape we like.”

Whatever problem one experiences, when we investigate we find the benefits of problems – how they are beneficial for one’s own life, to develop one’s mind in compassion, to develop loving-kindness, patience, wisdom, and all the positive qualities for the path to liberation. By thinking of the benefits one develops this precious quality, this most healthy positive way of thinking that brings happiness and that stops you from harming yourself and stops you from harming others.

Before the class:
It’s informal, but it’s great to bring your consciousness to the deeper themes of your week. Here are some ideas to get you going…
– A recurring inner theme to the week’s events
– A hidden benefit, a silver lining
– How it could bring a benefit
– A new line of thought you might have
– Is it primarily to do with actions, speech, or emotions?

Presented by:

Miffi Maxmillion

Registered FPMT Teacher

The Spiritual Program Co-ordinator of LTC, leading beginner’s courses since 1998. With a background in circus and costumes, Miffi lends a contemporary flavour to both Buddhist psychology and ritual ceremonies.

Please make a donation:
You can contribute now online, or when you arrive on the on the day (with cash or card). Thank you for your generosity! Your donation helps keep LTC flourishing and providing courses such as this. (The Zoom link will appear at the top of this page 15 minutes before the start.)

*Course Package includes soundfiles of each class to catch-up or re-listen, the powerpoint slides, and selected readings.

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Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD 4152,

Realize that the nature of your mind is different from that of the flesh and bone of your physical body. Your mind is like a mirror, reflecting everything without discrimination. If you have understanding-wisdom, you can control the kind of reflection that you allow into the mirror of your mind.

– Lama Thubten Yeshe

When I talk of being detached, what I mean is to be simpler, more easy-going. Detachment doesn’t mean totally renouncing everything. It means that you loosen your grip and be more relaxed.

– Lama Thubten Yeshe