The Science of Happiness

A Public Talk
Tue 9 Apr · 7–8.30pm · $30
Learn how to become a scientist of your own mind and find the key to lasting happiness.

Join internationally renowned teacher, Gen Kelsang Rabten, at the Sydney Congress Hall in the heart of the CBD for a special public talk on The Science of Happiness.

Gen Rabten is an inspiring and engaging speaker who has a wealth of experience in meditation and understanding the mind. At this public talk, he will explain how to get to know your own mind using logic and reasoning, identify the causes of happiness and suffering from within, and feel empowered to make wisdom and joy your daily experience.

Everybody is welcome to attend this public talk. It will be a great introduction for those who are new to Buddhist teachings, and will give you the tools and insights you need to experience happiness in your everyday life, right now.

The Teacher

Gen Kelsang Rabten is the National Spiritual Director for Kadampa Buddhism in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. Teaching internationally for over 25 years, he is well loved for the sincerity of his practice and the clarity and humour of his teachings. This is a rare opportunity to hear him speak, so please book early as this will be a popular event.

Details & Bookings


The Venue

Sydney Congress Hall
140 Elizabeth St

Fee & Bookings

$30 per person.
$20 for KMC Sydney Members.
Booking is essential.

Date & Time

Tue 9 Apr
Doors open 6:15pm

Getting to the Venue

Arriving by public transport
Sydney Congress Hall is easily accessible by public transport. Museum Train Station is the closest train station, a short 1 min walk away, but the venue is also within a 10 min walk of Central Station, Town Hall Station, and Capitol Square Light Rail stop. If travelling by bus many bus routes pass nearby. Please visit the NSW Transport website if you would like help planning your trip: Transport NSW

Arriving by car
If arriving by car, there is a Wilsons Car Park (26 Nithsdale Street) a short 2 min walk away from the venue which offers a $10.50 night rate if booked in advance via their website. Alternatively the Goulburn Street Car Park (101 Goulburn Street) is also a 2 min walk away and offers an evening rate of $10. There is also ample parking available at World Square Car Park (50 Goulburn Street).