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Ven. Lozang Lhagsam

Ven. Lozang Lhagsam has 20 years experience in palliative care, worked as a registered nurse for most of her career, and has been a Buddhist nun since 2000. She brings the insight and experience of both the wisdom of the Buddha and the modern medical field. She has helped many people (and her cat) through protracted illness and death, and conducts funerals for Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike.

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March 2018
22March
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
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Buddhism for Beginners

What is a Buddhist? What is our potential for buddhahood? And how can we apply the Buddhist teachings to overcome problems and unhappiness? A 2-week beginner's introduction on applying the essence of the Buddha's teachings to daily life, whether we are Buddhist or not.

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27March
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
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Buddhism in a Nutshell

Introducing key Buddhist philosophy and practice, and focusing on the Four Noble Truths - why we have problems and what we can do about them! Lead by western nun Ven. Lozang Lhagsam, this 5-week beginner's course shows how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can apply in our modern everyday lives.

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29March
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
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Buddhism for Beginners

What is a Buddhist? What is our potential for buddhahood? And how can we apply the Buddhist teachings to overcome problems and unhappiness? A 2-week beginner's introduction on applying the essence of the Buddha's teachings to daily life, whether we are Buddhist or not.

Find out more »
April 2018
03April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Buddhism in a Nutshell

Introducing key Buddhist philosophy and practice, and focusing on the Four Noble Truths - why we have problems and what we can do about them! Lead by western nun Ven. Lozang Lhagsam, this 5-week beginner's course shows how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can apply in our modern everyday lives.

Find out more »
10April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Buddhism in a Nutshell

Introducing key Buddhist philosophy and practice, and focusing on the Four Noble Truths - why we have problems and what we can do about them! Lead by western nun Ven. Lozang Lhagsam, this 5-week beginner's course shows how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can apply in our modern everyday lives.

Find out more »
17April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Buddhism in a Nutshell

Introducing key Buddhist philosophy and practice, and focusing on the Four Noble Truths - why we have problems and what we can do about them! Lead by western nun Ven. Lozang Lhagsam, this 5-week beginner's course shows how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can apply in our modern everyday lives.

Find out more »
24April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
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From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

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24April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Buddhism in a Nutshell

Introducing key Buddhist philosophy and practice, and focusing on the Four Noble Truths - why we have problems and what we can do about them! Lead by western nun Ven. Lozang Lhagsam, this 5-week beginner's course shows how the ancient wisdom of Buddhism can apply in our modern everyday lives.

Find out more »
25April
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

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May 2018
01May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

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01May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
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Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

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02May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

Find out more »
03May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

Find out more »
08May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

Find out more »
08May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

Find out more »
09May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

Find out more »
10May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

Find out more »
15May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

From Theory to Practice – Integrating “Discovering Buddhism”

Buddhist philosophy is profound and vast, and once we get a handle on the theory, our real challenge is to integrate this wisdom into our everyday lives. How do we bridge theory and practice? By knowing the essential points and then meditating on them so that our experience changes. We know we have got it right when our life becomes happier, our mind calmer, and we are naturally kinder to others.

Find out more »
15May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

Find out more »
17May
Langri Tangpa Centre, 535 Old Cleveland Road, Camp Hill, QLD, 4152
REGISTER

Anger, Patience and Forgiveness

Ksanti, which is translated as both ‘patience’ and ‘tolerance’, is the Buddhist art of being able to maintain a positive approach when things go wrong. It gives us the opportunity to choose beneficial reactions that are not driven by our usual compulsive mental habits of anger and jealousy, and helps us move towards forgiveness. It is one of the most essential skills we can learn to help us lead a happier, drama-free life.

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