6 Week Online Course

Starts May 4th at 7:30 PM Melbourne Timezone

This is a participatory discussion class where everyone’s thoughts are welcome.

Open your heart to the world. With so many difference between each other, it seems like an impossible task to cultivate immeasurable love and kindness. But this love is possible because it is your true nature. In this course you will receive an introduction to the four immeasurables of loving kindness, compassion, joyfulness and equanimity and how to generate Bodhicitta. The Buddha Shakyamuni taught that there are one thousand and one buddhas that will come into our world. The buddha is known as Maitreya which in Sanskrit means “loving-kindness.” In the Mahayana Maitreya Sutra it is taught that Maitreya would realize Buddhahood solely through the practice of loving-kindness. This is how powerful these immeasurable qualities are.

  • Who is this course for?

    This is designed for those who want to get along with people better and walk the path of the compassionate warrior bringing love to the world.

  • What will you learn?

    You will learn about the 4 immeasurables and techniques you can use to practice them.

  • How will this benefit you?

    The foundation of all realization is in a devoted and loving heart. Learn how to open up your heart to others and gain more self-acceptance in the process.

Suggested Reading

Unveiling Your Sacred Truth Book 2

This class is based on Khentrul Rinpoche's text, Unveiling Your Sacred Truth Book 2. This book covers the Bodhisattva path. It is helpful to reflect on each sessions information and refer to the text book.

6 Week Online Course

This course is in Zoom. All videos and reference materials will be accessable to you afterwards.

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Julie O'Donnell

Tibetan Rimé Buddhist Institute

At an early age, Julie searched for a deeper meaning to life until finally at the age of 22 found the precious Buddhist path of Dharma. She dedicated her life to the practice, living in temples and serving teachers from around the world practicing the Buddhist teachings and living according to its principles. Julie has spent the last 34 years practicing this ancient path and for the past twelve years has lived at the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute in Tecoma helping the resident teacher Khentrul Rinpoche. Julie is now one of the senior teachers in Dzokden giving classes on meditation and basic Buddhist principals that can be applied to our everyday lives. Julie also manages the Tibetan Rimé Buddhist Institute. She arranges a program of courses, tours and fundraising activities.