The Path to Happiness | 15-17 Sep

A Special Away Weekend 
Sep 15-17 · Berowra Valley National Park · Galston

Join us at this special weekend away as four senior Buddhist Teachers from NSW and the ACT give teachings on the path to happiness, revealing how each of us can embark on a deep and meaningful path to happiness in our own life. The teachings at this event will be based on one of Buddha's most famous teachings on the four noble truths and will explain how it is possible to overcome the painful, unpleasant and disturbing states of mind that obstruct our path to profound inner peace. This will be a relaxing weekend away in the breathtaking surrounds of the Berowra Valley National Park, as well as a special opportunity to connect with other Buddhist practitioners from around our region. 

The Location
The Path to Happiness Weekend will be held at the Crosslands Youth and Convention Centre, 100 Crosslands Rd, Galston NSW. Set on 40ha of natural bushland in the Berowra Valley National Park on the Berowra River, Crosslands offers a beautiful backdrop for this weekend event.

Bookings for this event will open in Tuesday July 4, 7pm AEST

The Teachers
Gen Kelsang Dawa is the Resident Teacher at Khedrubje Buddhist Centre on the Central Coast. He has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 15 years. His gentle manner and kind heart exemplify the Buddhist way of life and show how the practice of loving kindness lies at the very heart of our ability to make spiritual progress.

Kelsang Drolchog is the Resident Teacher at Bodhisattva Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Canberra and has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 15 years. Drolchog exemplifies faith and humility in action. Through her example and her clear and practical teachings we can easily understand how to integrate Buddha's wisdom into our modern lives.

Kelsang Lhachog is the Resident Teacher at Mahasiddha Kadampa Meditation Centre in Sydney. Having studied Kadampa Buddhism for over 20 years, Lhachog is an inspiring example of Modern Buddhism in practice. Through the clarity and sincerity of her teachings, Lhachog inspires in people the confidence that they can make genuine progress on the spiritual path.

Kadam Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher at Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre in Newcastle. He has been a student of Geshe Kelsang Gyatso for 12 years. Kadam Mick’s sharp wisdom as well as his down-to-earth manner, make Buddha’s teachings easy to understand and practice, and help us to feel empowered in our spiritual life and in our ability to practice Buddha’s teachings.

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We currently offer meditation & buddhism drop-in classes in 12 locations throughout Sydney. Everyone is welcome to attend these meditation classes and to visit our Centre in Surry Hills.

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