Past Dharma Classes

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Buddhism Between Philosophy and Religion
Taught by Professor Jay L Garfield

Date / Time: 14 April 2015, 7.30 – 9.00pm
To Register: – Closed –
Fee: Free
Registration & enquiry: teaching@tibetanbc.org
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Basic Buddhism & Meditation | 4 Sessions | 8 – 29 March 2015
Taught by Geshe Lobsang Yonten (Lharampa)

Date / Time: Every Sunday, 10.30am – 12noon

To Register: – Closed –
Fee: Free
Registration & enquiry: teaching@tibetanbc.org
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuNSmzxM7-EmVLc7RVq4vE3RZ5x9hVzcX
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Mind & Mental Factor | 8 Sessions | 3 – 28 March 2015
Taught by Geshe Lobsang Yonten (Lharampa)

LORIK (in tibetan) is also known as the “Mind, Awareness, Consciousness” The study of mind and mental factor is very important. All our actions – positive, negative or neutral, are always motivated by our Mind. According to various schools of thought, there are many types of minds, there could be 6 minds or 8 minds. Mind is not just one single mind per se. As a result, the journey to understand the Mind and the Mental Factors can result in many Buddhists and non-Buddhists having confusing views on this profound albeit important topic. Tibetan Buddhist Centre is delighted to announce that Geshe Lobsang Yonten (Lharampa Geshe) will address the relationship between Mind and Mental factors as well as its distinctions.

Date / Time: Every Tuesday, 7.30pm – 9pm

• 3-Mar
• 12-Mar
• 17-Mar
• 24-Mar

Every Saturday, 3.00pm – 4.30pm

• 14-Mar
• 21-Mar
• 28-Mar

To Register: – Closed –
Fee: Free
Registration & enquiry: teaching@tibetanbc.org
Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuNSmzxM7-Ek89N6HrOXqS7w9vTn7zA1x
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Buddhist Science: View on Phenomenon
Taught by Geshe Lobsang Yonten (Lharampa)

LORIK (in tibetan) is also known as the “Mind, Awareness, Consciousness” The study of mind and mental factor is very important. All our actions – positive, negative or neutral, are always motivated by our Mind. According to various schools of thought, there are many types of minds, there could be 6 minds or 8 minds. Mind is not just one single mind per se. As a result, the journey to understand the Mind and the Mental Factors can result in many Buddhists and non-Buddhists having confusing views on this profound albeit important topic. Tibetan Buddhist Centre is delighted to announce that Geshe Lobsang Yonten (Lharampa Geshe) will address the relationship between Mind and Mental factors as well as its distinctions.

Date / Time: Every Tuesdays, 7.30pm – 9pm

• 6-Jan
• 13-Jan
• 20-Jan
• 27-Jan
• 3-Feb
• 10-Feb

Every Saturdays, 3.00pm – 4.30pm

• 10-Jan
• 17-Jan
• 24-Jan
• 7-Feb

To Register: – Closed –

Fee: Free

Registration & enquiry: teaching@tibetanbc.org

Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuNSmzxM7-EmXadpCQU1RL7EeHrILeosQ

Poster:

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