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Sera Je Food Fund Amazing & most inspirational

 

 

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'Nothing more important than helping others'

 

MAITREYA LAND HANDOVER CEREMONY

 

 

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CTCT have been so blessed to begin our 2014 new year program with the hosting of the

Maitreya Loving Kindness Tour GESHE THUBTEN SHERAB


Continuing with our

MARCH  visiting teacher

VEN TONY BEAUMONT

A weekend presentation

Saturday 22 9am - 4pm

Death & Dying and supporting those grieving

Sunday 23  9am -3pm

Compassion - the wish fulfilling jewel

We hope you will join us

COURSE INFORMATION HERE

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UPCOMING 3rd ANNUAL EASTER RETREAT with TY Alexander

A VERY SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY IN A VERY SPECIAL LOCATION
for dedicated practitioners


SHAMATHA and the LAMRIM


When : 17-21 April 2014

Where :  Far South Wilderness Lodge Tasmania
20 nauitical miles from Australias' southern-most point
in the World Heritage Area

Quiet  spacious by the waterfront
relax | replenish | nourish

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
~  Spaces are limited ~
All inquiries are welcomed info@chagtong.org


Welcome to Chagtong Chentong Tibetan Buddhist Meditation Centre
Offering methods to transform the mind develop the good heart

His Holiness the Dalai Lama ~ our greatest inspiration


"It is important to understand that true practice is something we do from moment to moment, from day to day. We do whatever we can, with whatever wisdom we have, and dedicate it all to the benefit of others. We just live our life simply, to the best of our ability"

Lama Thubten Yeshe Founder of the FPMT organization

MARCH 22 - 23 - with Ven Tony Beaumont

" No Time to Loose "....continued

CTCT are very honored to welcome Ven Tonys' return once again to Hobart as our  ~ MARCH VISITING TEACHER ~ we hope you will find these presentations relevant and useful - your participation will assist you immensely in daily life to live and interact with others with much more kindness and care

MARCH 22 & 23 with  VEN TONY BEAUMONT

DEATH and DYING : Saturday 22   9 am - 4 pm

Reflection on death is a powerful method to give priority to that which brings the greatest fulfillment and weaken the attraction to that which is most harmful. Over these sessions there will be discussion on the Buddhist approach to life and death, the process of dying, how to assist those who are dying and offer support to those who are grieving.

COMPASSION - THE WISH FULFILLING JEWEL: Sunday 23 10 am - 3 pm

From the Buddhist perspective compassion isn't simply an emotional state but rather an intelligent, practical, realistic response to our relationship with others. Discussed will be the meaning, benefits and logic of compassion, how to develop it and how to integrate it into the life

 

About the teacher : Ven Tony Beaumont has been a Buddhist monk and Buddhist practitioner  for over 30 years.A well respected teacher of Buddhist Philosophy and practice  in many parts of the world. A warm and compassionate presenter with a relaxing humor,able to translate our everyday experiences into the path with common sense and wisdom.

Presentations suitable for all levels of interest.Everyone welcomed

 

Discourse | Discussion | Guided Meditation

 

VENUE : Multifaith Centre TUU Building UTAS Churchill Ave Sandy Bay

 

 

  • Daily Course contribution Full day $35 half day $20
  • BYO packed lunch - refreshments provided

 

 

 

To assist our planning and preparations of refreshments and course materials Bookings most appreciated - please email your intent to attend to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

Thank you for your support in advance

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Chag-tong Chen-tong is affiliated with the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT).

What is Chagtong Chentong?

The development of the good heart, loving kindness, bodhichitta, caring for others more than ones self, is our primary job. Methods to transform the mind and develop these qualities, which is where all peace and happiness originates, is our core activity at the Centre.

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