Mahasiddha Kadampa Meditation Centre

A modern Buddhist Temple and peaceful meditation space in the heart of Sydney that also offers 13 drop-in classes throughout the city each week. Everybody is welcome.
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Weekly Drop-in Classes

The Inner Science of Happiness
Wed 6 Sep

Where does happiness come from and is it really possible to be happy all the time? At this talk, delve into the world of Buddhist psychology and uncover your own potential for limitless peace, happiness and joy.

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Day Course

Peaceful Mind in a Hectic World
Sun 24 Sep

Although life is busy our mind doesn’t have to be. Switch off your busy mind and switch on an experience of inner calm.

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Afternoon Course

Overcoming Stress & Anxiety
Sat 28 Oct

Overcome stress and anxiety and experience mental freedom at this afternoon course in North Sydney with Buddhist nun Kelsang Lhachog.

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Mahamudra Silent Retreat

Berowra Valley National Park
Fri 3 – Mon 6 Nov

Experience your limitless mind through meditating on Mahamudra. Meditating on these most profound and sublime instructions will open the gateway to enlightenment for us.

Why Meditate?

Meditation enables you to unwind, relax, let go of worry and improve your overall sense of wellbeing. Whether you simply want to calm your mind or experience deep inner transformation there is a meditation practice that can help you.

What to Expect at a Class

Learn practical methods to solve the problems we face in daily life. Classes include guided meditation and teaching from one of our qualified teachers, as well as an opportunity to ask questions. Everybody is welcome. No experience is necessary.

About Us

The teachings given at our classes are grounded in the ancient wisdom of Buddha and have been practised by meditators for generations. Our teachings are presented in a format that is especially suited to the people of the modern world.

Find the Class for You

We hold classes in 14 locations throughout Sydney and offer classes suitable for all levels of interest from simple guided meditations through to in depth Buddhist studies.