Buddhist Foundations Series: Part 3

6 week course starts June 7th at 7:30 PM Melbourne Time

In order to truly transform our lives, we need to understand deeply the causes and the conditions that have brought them to be the way they are now. In this course we will look at the cycle of samsara and also the way in which we create our karma. All happiness comes from our past actions as does all suffering.  Through shifting our karma through our intentions and actions we can shift the completely shift the direction of our lives. 

  • Who is this course for?

    This course is designed for practitioners of all levels who want to learn about the fundamental elements of Buddhist spiritual practice.

  • What will you learn?

    You will learn how karma and virtue directly affect your life and your spiritual path of realization.

  • How will this benefit you?

    This sessions will help you gain clarity about the what you need to do and the purpose behind the intentions and actions. These fundamental teachings affect all areas of your life and will give you a broader view to see the world.

Suggested Reading

Unveiling Your Sacred Truth, Book 1: The External Reality

Khentrul Rinpoché explores the external reality of the world that we encounter on a daily basis. Through a wealth of practical advice, he provides us with a variety of methods for working with the many ups and downs that we face. He then encourages us to probe deeper into the very nature of our experience in order to develop insight into what is truly important to us and how to make the most of the precious opportunities that this life has to offer.

6 Week Course

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

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Venerable Yi Shi Fu

Tibetan Rimé Buddhist Institute

Venerable Yi Shi Fu is an ordained Chan Buddhist monk, from the Chan school Lin Ji Lineage. He was trained at the Qian Fo Shan Monastery in Taiwan. Previous to taking robes as a monk, Master Yi trained under the guidance of John D. Hughes from the Buddhist Discussion Centre in Upwey, Victoria, Australia and Master Ru Shan from the Yun Yang Monastery in Narre Warren, Victoria, Australia. As a monk, Master Yi underwent extensive training at the Tibetan Buddhist Rime Institute under the guidance of Khentrul Rinpoche. In the last 7 years, Master Yi has been the director and spiritual teacher of Buddha Way Cultivation Centre (Hampton Park, Victoria, Australia).