Chatswood

In each class a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. The classes are self-contained so you can drop in any week. There is no need to book or bring anything. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic. There is also an opportunity for discussion, followed by refreshments.

No meditation experience is necessary, classes are suitable for beginners and experienced meditators. Everyone is welcome.

Class Information

When

The class is held on Tuesday evenings 7.30pm–9pm. See below for a list of class dates.

Where

The class is located in the Dougherty Community Centre, 7 Victor Street, Chatswood.

Price

The cost of the class is $15. There is no need to book. Unfortunately there are no EFTPOS facilities available.

Topics & Dates

So often our mind feels crowded, tight or overloaded. We live with a backdrop of mental discomfort. Meditation practice shows us that we don’t need to put up with this. Learn simple, effective techniques to let go of mental unease and stress, and move towards clarity of mind.
Tuesday  Mar 5 • 12 • 19 • 26

Use practical wisdom to replace worry, fear and stress with the strength and confidence to stay happy even when things go wrong.
Tuesday  Apr 2 • 16 • 23

It can be so difficult to relax and enjoy the moment. Learn meditations that keep you connected to peace and contentment, ready to value the precious moments in your life.
Tuesday   Apr 30 • May 7 • 14

Discovering the clarity within our own mind, and understanding how our mind creates our experience, enables us to stay untroubled in our busy world.
Tuesday   May 21 • 28 • Jun 4

Anger - whether mild or intense - is always painful and destructive. Get to know the powerful mind of patience to reduce and eventually eradicate our anger.
Tuesday  Jun 11 • 18 • 25 • Jul 2

TEACHER
The Teacher of this class is Gen Kelsang Lhachog, the Resident Teacher at KMC Sydney in Surry Hills. With over 20 years experience in meditation, Gen Lhachog explains Buddha’s teachings in a way that is practical, clear and easy to apply to our daily life.