How to rely on a

Dharma Protector

The Essential Practices of Kadampa Buddhism
How to rely on a

Dharma Protector

Our Monday Indepth Buddhism class restarts on Monday 29 January as Kelsang Jangsem gives a short review of the teachings of the Australian Festival. In particular, How to rely on a Dharma Protector.


In Kadampa Buddhism we rely on Dorje Shugden as our Dharma Protector.  Dorje Shugden is an emanation of the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri whose sole purpose is to eliminate the outer and inner obstacles to our spiritual path.

On Monday 29 January Kelsang Jangsem will share the instructions we received at the Australian Festival.  Encouraging and inspiring us to build our own relationship with our Dharma Protector.

Although this is our in-depth Buddhism class, everyone is welcome regardless of your experience. No need to book. Come to any class, each class is stand alone and without any commitments.

Kelsang Jangsem

Kelsang Jangsem is the Resident Teacher of Kadampa Meditation Centre Sydney. He has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 1997 and he brings much experience of teaching Kadam Dharma in a warm, kind and inclusive style. We are delighted to have his knowledge, experience and warm heartedness at KMC Sydney.

Additional Information

Date & Cost

Wednesday 29 Jan
7.00pm to 8:30pm

Class fee: $15 per class
Free for Members

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Kadampa Meditation Centre Sydney
693-695 South Dowling St
Surry Hills

What to expect

Where our Wednesday night in-depth class differs from our regular meditation and Buddhism classes is that extra preparatory practices in the form of Prayers for Meditation are included.  Classes include Buddha’s teachings on subjects such as rebirth, karma, renunciation, the precious mind of bodhichitta and more.  This class is perfect for those wishing to deepen their understanding of these subjects but are unable to attend one of our study programs with commitments.