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The Three Principal Aspects of the Buddhist Path

In-person & Livestream
Meditation & Modern
Buddhism Class

The Three Principal Aspects of the Buddhist Path

In-person & Livestream
Meditation & Modern
Buddhism Class
Buddha taught that the happiness we seem to find in worldly enjoyments is in truth simply a reduction of our previous problems, and so it never seems to last. Through spiritual practice we can cultivate pure and lasting happiness, which arises within our mind from wisdom. The three key realisations of the Buddhist path to enlightenment are renunciation, bodhichitta, and the correct view of emptiness.

Wednesdays 7.30-8.45pm · $10 Online · $15 In-person

For those attending in-person or joining live, there is a 15 mins interactive Q&A after class.
Book & view online up to 48 hours after livestream ends.

Free for KMC Sydney Members
Members livestream & in-person access here.

If you have a KMC Sydney Meditation Card (ten class card) please email us to reserve your place in the class.

Enlightenment is the inner light of wisdom that is permanently free from all mistaken appearance and whose function is to bestow mental peace, the source of happiness, on each and every living being every day.

Modern life gives us a perfect opportunity to transform our life into a journey towards enlightenment. In these classes, Gen Kelsang Lhachog will explain how we can grow our understanding and practice of renunciation and non-attachment, the supreme good heart of bodhichitta, and wisdom realising emptiness – within the context of our daily lives.

Classes on this topic are open for In-Person or Livestream bookings on 8, 15 & 22 July.

Buddha taught that the happiness we seem to find in worldly enjoyments is in truth simply a reduction of our previous problems, and so it never seems to last. Through spiritual practice we can cultivate pure and lasting happiness, which arises within our mind from wisdom. The three key realisations of the Buddhist path to enlightenment are renunciation, bodhichitta, and the correct view of emptiness.

Wednesdays 7.30-8.45pm · $10 Online · $15 In-person

For those joining live, there is an optional 15 mins interactive Q&A after class.
Classes available to book & view up to 48 hours after livestream ends.

Free for KMC Sydney Members
Members livestream & in-person access here.

If you have a KMC Sydney Meditation Card (ten class card) please email us to reserve your place in the class.

Enlightenment is the inner light of wisdom that is permanently free from all mistaken appearance and whose function is to bestow mental peace, the source of happiness, on each and every living being every day.

Modern life gives us a perfect opportunity to transform our life into a journey towards enlightenment. In these classes, Gen Kelsang Lhachog will explain how we can grow our understanding and practice of renunciation and non-attachment, the supreme good heart of bodhichitta, and wisdom realising emptiness – within the context of our daily lives.

Classes on this topic are open for In-Person or Livestream bookings on 8, 15 & 22 July.

Teachings for modern life

These classes include two guided meditations and a teaching. Learn how to apply Buddha’s timeless wisdom for a happier, meaningful modern life. Everyone is welcome.

Teachings for modern life

These classes include two guided meditations and a teaching. Learn how to apply Buddha’s timeless wisdom for a happier, meaningful modern life. Everyone is welcome.

Inspiring Advice for Challenging Times

The Teacher
The course is taught by Gen Kelsang Lhachog, the Resident Teacher at KMC Sydney. With over 20 years’ experience in meditation, Gen Lhachog explains Buddha’s teachings in a way that is practical and easy to apply to daily life.

Inspiring Advice for Challenging Times

The Teacher
The course is taught by Gen Kelsang Lhachog, the Resident Teacher at KMC Sydney. With over 20 years’ experience in meditation, Gen Lhachog explains Buddha’s teachings in a way that is practical and easy to apply to daily life.
“We should develop a sincere wish to attain the supreme happiness of enlightenment, which is the real meaning of human life.” – Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso