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Sakya Choekhor Lhunpo (The Melbourne Sakya Centre) aims to develop the practice and activities of Mahayana Buddhism in general and that of the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism in particular. We do this by fostering opportunities for Buddhist study and practice, as well as through engaging in meritorious activities.
SAKYA CHOEKHOR LHUNPO
Meditation & Teaching schedule
There are currently no scheduled teachings or retreats at this time.
Our Spiritual Director Lama Konchok is currently in India and due to Covid-19 his return has been delayed.
All teachings will commence at a later date in Melbourne.
Please refer to our Covid-19 Support page for Videos and Teachings offered via Live Streaming from the Drogmi Institute and Kamalashila Buddhist Centre.
Depression & Anxiety from the Buddhist perspective April 2016
An Evening with Ven. Robina Courtin
His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin
“We must cultivate not only the abandonment of non-virtuous deeds and defilements but also the accumulation of loving kindness, compassion, and enlightenment mind.”
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