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Koyasan Seizanji Temple

Address: 301 Eastern Valley Way, Middle Cove, NSW 2068   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Koyasan Shingonshu Koyasan Shingonshu(one word) (Japanese Tantric Esoteric Buddism)
Affiliation: Koyasan Shingon Mission of Australia - Seizanji Temple
Phone: (02) 9417 6555
E-mail: info@shingon.org.au
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Founder: Kobo Daishi Kukai  
Spiritual Head: Rev. Washo Saito  
Main Contact: Rev. William Washo Saito  Email  
Spiritual Director: Rev. Washo Saito  
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Shingon Mikkyo 
Shingon (Mantra), Mikkyo(Esoteric) is a form of Tantric Buddhism introduced to Japan 1300 years ago Kobo Daishi Kukai, who was the only student to acquire all of the teachings of his master Hui Kuo. Since then it has remained an unbroken lineage of teacher and student relationships. Its goal is lo realize enlightenment in this lifetime and lead a productive and benevolent life. Shingon Mikkyo is also known for its healing tradition called Kaji, which is the transference of the Buddha’s grace instilling a sacred peace of mind and increasing ones life force.

Washo Saito is the only Shingon Buddhist Abbot living in Australia and has been teaching Shingon Meditation (Ajikan and Gachirinkan) for a number of years.

Ajikan Meditation
Ajikan is a meditation focusing on the Sanskrit "A" syllable and Gachirinkan a meditation that focuses on the moon. Its benefits include relief from stress and anxiety and attainment of a peaceful mind. This practice is not difficult and requires around 15 minutes a day for beginners. Rev. Washo Saito’s teacher, Rev. Keisho Nagao, before retiring was second in charge of Koyasan Shingon headquarters in Japan.

Meditation Sessions
Sessions are held each Saturday at 11:15am-12:15 pm at The Buddhist Council of NSW headquarters, Level 1, 441 Pacific Highway Crows Nest, ph: (02) 99668893

Practitioners are required to bring a cash donation of their own choosing for the Buddhist Council.


Lankarama Buddhist Temple

Address: 35 Oak Street, Schofield NSW, 2762   NSW
Tradition: Theravada, Sri Lankan
Affiliation: Sri Lankan Buddhist Vihara Association
Phone: (02) 9627 2594
E-mail: lankaramasydney@gmail.com
Website: http://www.sriexpress.com/temples/australia/182-lankarama-buddhist-temple-schofields-sydney.html
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Teacher: Venerable Meegahakumbure Dhammagavesi  
Main Contact: President, Sri Lanka Buddhist Vihara Association (SLBVA)  (Phone: (02) 9614 5772 0423 367 056)
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Lankarama Vihara is a traditional Theravada Buddhist Temple established in Sydney that promotes Dhamma, the teachings of Buddha in Australia. There are three residing Sri Lankan Buddhist monks regularly conducting Dhamma sermons in Sinhala and English and fulfilling religious requirements of the Buddhist community. It also provide the temporary accommodation to the visiting Banthes. It is situated in a tranquil and serene landscape in Schofields.


Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Address: 36 Texas St Street, Mayfield NSW 2304   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa
Affiliation: New Kadampa Tradition - International Kadampa Buddhist Union
Phone: +61 2 4023 0215
E-mail: info@meditateinnewcastle.org
Website: http://www.meditateinnewcastle.org/
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Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Teacher: Mick Marcon is the Resident Teacher  
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Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre was established in October 2009 and is now based in a small house in Mayfield, five minutes drive from Newcastle city centre. The purpose of the centre is to provide a facility where people can learn about meditation and the Buddhist way of life.

We hold weekly drop-in classes at Merewether, New Lambton, Mayfield, Erina, Tuggerah and Warners bay. In addition, we also provide a committed study program which is held at Losang Dragpa centre most Sundays. This program is specifically designed for those who wish to deepen their understanding and practical application of Buddhas teachings in their daily lives.


Lotus Buds Sangha Association

Address: c/- Ms Khanh Le Van, 43 Osprey Drive Illawong NSW 2234   NSW
Tradition: Mahayana, Western
Phone: (02) 9543 7823
Website: http://www.lotusbudsangha.org/
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Spiritual Director: Thich Nhat Hahn  
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meditation classes

sydney inner west

Every Wednesday at 7:30pm
Buddhist Library, 90 Church Street, Camperdown
Contact John Barclay 9559 8805 barclayjohn0@gmail.com

western suburbs

Every Friday at 7:30pm
Canley Heights
Contact Be Nam Huynh 9711 7712 or Cam Tu Dang 0410 041 876 cam.dang@y7mail.com
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Mahasiddha Kadampa Meditation Centre

Address: 693 - 695 South Dowling Street  Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tradition: Vajrayana, New Kadampa
Affiliation: Dharmapala Centre, Perth W.A., Kadampa Meditation Centre Australia, Melbourne VIC , Ganden Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Gold Coast, QLD, Losang Dragpa Kadampa Buddhist Centre, Newcastle, NSW
Phone: (02) 9699 9902
E-mail: info@meditateinsydney.org
Website: http://www.meditateinsydney.org
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Spiritual Director: Geshe Kelsang Gyatso  
Teacher: Gen Kelsang Dao  
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We offer a full program suitable for everyone – whatever their level of interest, from 
those who seek simple relaxation through meditation to those who wish to find lasting
inner peace and contentment through following the Buddhist path.


Manjushri Buddhist Centre

Address: 40 Wason Street, Milton 2538 NSW   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan Sakya
Phone: 02 4457 3111 Mobile: 0415 931 204 02 4454 5760
Website: https://www.facebook.com/Manjushri-Buddhist-Centre-Milton-169848176500110/
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Main Contact: Jo:  (Phone: 0410 548 244 )
Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
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Regular Program:

Weekly programme includes Tuesday evening Calm Abiding Meditation at 7pm to 8pm. Saturday morning, fortnightly, Vagrasattva Meditation at 9.30am to 10.30am

Location map : http://www.whereis.com/whereis/confirmedMap.do?nref=homeMap

South Coast NSW, North of Ulladulla.


Marpa Buddhist Centre - Damchoe Dogo Ling

Address: PO Box 335 15 Delore Crescent TUNCURRY NSW 2428   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Sakya,Tsharpa Lineage, but open to all tratditions
Affiliation: Sakya Losal Choe Dzong (Canberra)
Phone: (02) 6555 7167 0409 9286 58
E-mail: pandjmorgan@ozemail.com.au
Website: http://www.marpabuddhistcentre.com.au/
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Main Contact: Peter Morgan  
Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
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Notes and Events:

Co-ordinator Scott Probst is a practising psychologist.
Regular Meditation/Dharma Meetings:

Practice Sessions:
First Saturdy of month:  Ngondro
Second Sunday: White Tara  10.00am-12.00pm             
Third Sunday: Chenrezig 10.00am-12.00pm 
Third Saturday: Calm Abiding 10.00am-1.00pm

These sessions are held at our gonpa in the home of Maureen Hayes at Rainbow Flat. An Introduction to Calm Abiding Meditation course is held at least once a year.Marpa Buddhist Centre is  open to all Buddhist traditions We organize regular meditation and discussion evenings in the local area, and public events such as talks and weekend workshops or retreats.


Milarepa's Buddhist Centre

Address:   Lightning Ridge NSW 2834
Tradition: Vajrayana
Phone: (+61) 427167432 / (+61) 414491899
E-mail: milarepabuddhistcentre@gmail.com
Website: http://www.milarepasbuddhistcentre.com.au
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Main Contact: Donna Mountstephen  Email  (Phone: 0427167432)
Spiritual Director: Mila White Tiger  
Teacher: Mila White Tiger  
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Milarepa’s Buddhist Centre in Lightning Ridge, Australia of the Red Dragon Shaolin Kagyu Lineage. The founder and Vajra Master Mila White Tiger, teaches the Vajrayana Secret Mantra Meditations for the first time on the planet in easy English terminology, of Buddha Marpa and Milarepa’s practice path as well as Shaolin Kung Fu, Tai Chi, and Qi Gong.

Mila White Tiger trained in perfect Guru Yoga under his Teacher, The Purple Dragon. The Purple Dragon is one of the finest Shaolin Masters of this century.

Gen Lama, from The Gyuto Monks of Tibet, has recognised the resident teacher, Mila White Tiger, as a true incarnation of Milarepa, Laughing Vajra.

Mila has been in retreat for 25 years perfecting the esoteric transmission he received through the blessings of the Divine Gurus. For the last year Mila has opened the doors of knowledge and is teaching the Buddhadharma publicly. 

Milarepa’s Buddhist Centre will display Tantric Pantomime’s. It will be the First Australian Centre to provide first class tantric methods as a performance and educational activity. a health and education centre where people can come for treatment, education and techniques to a healthy state of body and mind.


Nan Tien Institute and Temple

Address: 180 Berkeley Road   Berkeley NSW 2506
Tradition: Mahayana, Chinese, Fo Guang Shan monastic order, all welcome !
Affiliation: Fo Guang Shan
Phone: +61 2 42720618
Fax: +61 2 42717862
E-mail: info@nantien.edu.au
Website: http://www.nantien.edu.au
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Marketing Director: Siena Morrisey  Email  (Phone: 42720648)
Main Contact: Student Equiries  Email  (Phone: 42720600)
Teacher: Dr Tamara Ditrich  
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Nan Tien Institute (NTI), located on Australia’s picturesque South Coast of NSW, just south of Sydney, is the country’s first Institute of higher learning grounded in humanistic Buddhist wisdom and values.

This innovative learning environment has grown from a belief that education is an essential part of a life-long quest for knowledge, skills and wisdom. Our vision and mission is to provide a place for cultural exchange, and to broaden students’ knowledge and perspectives through subjects covering the arts, philosophy, humanities, business and science.

As part of a dynamic international learning community that spans Australia, the US and South East Asia, we offer innovative and distinctive subjects and courses designed to enrich and enhance lives. NTI offers an education with a strong foundation focused on multicultural and practical life applications.

NTI is the fourth in a series of tertiary education facilities established worldwide by Fo Guang Shan monastic orders Venerable Master Hsing Yun. Along with our sister universities University of the West in Los Angeles, California; Nan Hua University and Fo Guang University in Taiwan, NTI has the infrastructure to provide a strong support network for students (including future international exchange opportunities).

NTI aims to be recognised internationally for our outstanding location, unique teaching methodologies, world renowned lecturers and researchers, and high-achieving and enlightened students.

With a campus on-site at award-winning major tourist attraction Nan Tien Temple, and a future $40 million campus under construction, NTI has the facilities to support students in all academic endeavours.


Nesar Choe Dzong

Address: 11 Nesus Place   Bonny Hills Port Macquarie NSW 2444
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Sakya
Affiliation: Sakya Losal Choe Dzong (Canberra)
Phone: (02) 6585 5588
E-mail: peter@directadvisers.com.au
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Main Contact: Peter Rodgers  Email  (Phone: 02 6582 5082)
Spiritual Director: Lama Choedak  
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We meet from 7.00 to 8.30 each week in Port Macquarie.  The evenings are a mixture of meditation, discussion, listening to or watching teachings from Lama Choedak Rinpoche, Sogyal Rinpoche and HH Dalai Lama.  We also have a lending library of Buddhist books and tapes.


Newcastle Triratna Buddhist Group

Address: The Commons 150 Beaumont Street   Hamilton NSW 2303
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
Affiliation: Triratna Buddhist Community
Phone: 0423579404
E-mail: deanwooding@gmail.com
Website: https://thebuddhistcentre.com/newcastle-new-south-wales?display=latest
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Spiritual Director: Dharmacari Arthacarya  Email  (Phone: 61423579404)
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Community group leading Buddhism and Meditation Courses in the Newcastle Area.


Nyima Centre

Address: Wentworth Falls, Blue Mountains   NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Kagyu/Nyingma
Affiliation: E-Vam Buddhist Institute, Melbourne
Phone: 0449 579 509
E-mail: nyimacentre@gmail.com
Website: http://www.evaminstitute.org
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Main Contact: Felicity Lodro co-ordinator  (Phone: 0449 579 509)
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Teachers

Ekai Korematsu Osho is Abbot of Jikishoan Zen Buddhist Community in Melbourne and the main Teacher of Jikishoan’s Zen Training and Integrated Buddhist Studies Program. . He is a transmitted teacher in the lineage of Soto Zen tradition receiving his transmission from Daigen Ikko Narasakiin 1986 in Japan. Osho has taught meditation in Japan, India and the USA for 30 years. Since 1997 he has been a faculty member of  Antioch University, USA, for Education Abroad Buddhist Studies Program,

Osho also gives regular Teachings at E-vam Institute in Melbourne.

Lama Pema Dorji Rinpocheis a Yogi of the Nyingma school of Tibetan Buddhism and was born into a renowned family of Tibetan Yogis. He was a student of some of the great masters including H.H Dudjom Rinpoche, H.H Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche, Chatral Rinpoche, Chagdud Rinpoche, and Trinley Norbu Rinpoche. He is considered a master of Lu Jong ( LuJong are the physical yogic practices in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition).  In 1993 Rinpoche began teaching in the West, first in USA, and many other countries after that.  This will be Rinpoche’s third visit to Australia. This is a rare and fortunate opportunity to receive teachings and Yoga instructions from such a world renowned master.

Traleg Khandro (Felicity Lodro) is Director of Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche’s Centre’s in Sydney, and New York. She has been a student of Traleg Kyabgon Rinpoche’s for around 30 years and has done a number of long meditational retreats during that time. Khandro received her Yoga qualifications from the International Yoga Teachers Association  training in both Iyengar and Desikachar styles. Under Rinpoche’s guidance Khandro has also received training in LuJong (Tibetan physical training) and combining these practices with Hatha Yoga. She conducts LuJong classes in both Australia and America. Her LuJong classes provide a unique combination of Tibetan and Indian Yoga, meditation and relaxation techniques. Khandro has a Degree in Psychology.

Neelam Gopalani brings her passion, positive energy and depth of experience to her teaching. She has studied Yoga in India, Thailand and Australia, and has taught people from all walks of life from children to business people. She also has a background in communications and facilitation in the corporate world. "I"m really excited and honoured to share these special practice with you. It is so different to other styles I have learnt over the years.” The 5 Element Form has been taught to Neelam by her main teacher who spent many years training in traditional practises of Yoga in India.


Orana Buddhist Society: Promoting Buddhism & the Dharma in Central & Mid West NSW

Address: Macquarie Street, Dubbo, NSW 2830   NSW
Tradition: Non-Sectarian
E-mail: oranabuddhistsociety@gmail.com
Website: http://oranabuddhistsociety.webs.com
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Main Contact: Ben Zhao  
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We are dedicated to promoting and supporting local Buddhist events, increasing awareness of Buddhism and the Dharma throughout the Central West, Mid West and Far Western NSW

We promote any and all Buddhist events in the region that we become aware of, both on this site and through our regular email list updates.


Ordinary Mind Zen School

Address: Suite 4/188 Pacific Highway, North Sydney   North Sydney NSW 2060
Tradition: Mahayana, Zen, western
Phone: (02) 9955 0110
E-mail: geoffreydawson@bigpond.com
Website: http://www.ordinarymindsydney.com.au
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The group is led by Geoff Dawson.

The Ordinary Mind Zen School is evolving a style of Zen that is adapted to Western temperaments and ways of life but maintains the rigour and discipline of its traditional roots.Located in Sydney the group meets weekly on Tuesdays from 7 pm to 9 pm at Suite 4/188 Pacific Highway, North Sydney 2060

(Look for the Alexander Technique Institute sign on the front of building then up the stairs)

Zazenkais are held most months from 9am - 1pm. Sesshins are conducted during the year as advertised please see the website for more details.


Parami Dhamma Centre

Address: 18 Hillwa St  Villawood NSW 2163
Tradition: Theravada, Burmese, all are welcome
Phone: 02-9726 4126
Website: http://parami.shutterfly.com/
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Used for  Lay meetings/ Dhamma talks by visiting Lay and Sangha teachers / special events.


Potowa Buddhist Group

Address: 1 Shiralee Place   Wagga NSW
Tradition: Vajrayana, Gelugpa
Affiliation: FPMT and Vajrayana Institute, ( Sydney )
Phone: 04 3182 0663
E-mail: potowastudygroup@gmail.com
Website: http://potowabuddhistgroup.simplesite.com/430169879
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Main Contact: Coordinator Peir Woon  
Teacher: Ven. Chokyi ( advisor )  
Spiritual Director: Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche  
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Phone: 04 3182 0663 (if you are calling from within Australia)

Phone: +61 431 820 663 (if you are calling from outside Australia)

Find us on:

Facebook: @potowawagga

Twitter: @potowabuddhist

Instagram: @potowabuddhist

Skype name : potowagroup

Our purpose

We are a non-profit Buddhist group based in Wagga Wagga, NSW, Australia. Guided by Vajrayana Institute in Sydney, we offer programs that promote study and development of the mind in accordance to the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism. We are committed to provide the opportunity for people to fully realise their natural wisdom and compassion; achieve transformation of their minds and hearts in order to benefit all sentient beings. 


Rigpa (Newcastle)

Address: 47 James Street, Hamilton   Newcastle NSW 2303
Tradition: Vajrayana, Tibetan, Nyingma
Phone: (02) 02 4911 1108
E-mail: newcastle@rigpa.org.au
Website: http://www.rigpanewcastle.org.au
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Spiritual Director: Sogyal Rinpoch  
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We are located at 47 James St, Hamilton, NSW 2303 (corner of James and Murray Streets, behind the Beaumont St clock tower. )

Opening Times

In addition to our evening classes and Friday drop-in session, we are open 12 noon – 1:30 on Tuesday, Wednesday and Fridays. Drop-in Meditation sessions are also held from 12:30 – 1:15 on on those days. 


Santi Forest Monastery

Address: 100 Coalmines Road, Bundanoon, NSW 2578   Bundanoon NSW 2578
Tradition: Theravada, Bhikkhuni
Affiliation: Australian Sangha Association http://australiansangha.org/
Phone: +612 4883 6331
E-mail: santioffice@gmail.com
Website: http://www.santifm.org
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Spiritual Director: Ajahn Brahm  
Founding Abbot (Now Retired): Bhante Sujato  
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Santi Forest Monastery is a Buddhist Nuns’ Monastery with facilities for people to visit, study and practice the teachings of the Buddha. 
 
Located in Bundanoon, NSW bordering on Morton National Park.
 
Postal Address: PO Box 132, Bundanoon, NSW 2578 

Telephone +612 4883 6331


Siddhartha’s Intent Australia

Address: Unit 22/450 Elizabeth St   Surry Hills NSW 2010
Tradition: Vajrayana
Affiliation: Siddharthas Intent
Phone: We no longer have a landline number
E-mail: office@si.org.au
Website: http://www.siddharthasintent.org/centres/urban-centres/si-australia/index.html
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Main Contact: Donna. (SIA Secretary)  Email  
Spiritual Director: Dzongsar Khyentse Rinpoche  
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 see website for contacts in several regional centers


Sunnatarama Forest Monastery

Address: Lot 13 Teudts Road, Bundanoon NSW 2578  NSW
Tradition: Theravada, Thai Forest
Phone: (02) 4884 4262 (am - best to ring before 11.00 meal.)
Fax: (02) 4884 4496
E-mail: sunnata@bigpond.com
Website: http://www.sunnataram.org/
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Main Contact: Ven. Ajahn Noom  
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The monastery situated on 99 acres, 9 kms from Bundanoon along the road to Goulburn, borders a national park stretching 30kms to Jervis Bay. Few monastic sites are its equal in terms of breathtaking views, a dozen friendly, accommodating monks, vegetarian food, pristine air and water, idyllic forest setting, wildlife - woodducks, peacocks, lyre birds, wombats and wallabies - tranquility and opportunity for meditation practice. Abbot, Ven. Noom, though only about 5th or 6th in line of seniority, presides with a balance between strictness and liberality, drawing on skills learned from Thai forest masters and as a successful businessman.

Visitors or welcome to apply for permission to stay. A list of the precepts and monastic traditions is available on arrival. As there is a lot of free time, the Wat is ideal for experienced meditators or those not requiring structured meditation.


Sydney Shambhala Buddhist Meditation Group

Address: 35-39 Dickson Street   Newtown NSW 2042
Tradition: Mahayana, Kagyu and Nyingma
E-mail: sydney.shambhala@gmail.com
Website: http://sydney.shambhala.org/
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Main Contact: Louise Melov  Email  
Spiritual Director: Sakyong Miphan Rinpoche  
Notes and Events:

Mindfulness/awareness meditation is the foundation of all that we do at the Shambhala meditation group. This ancient practice of self-discovery is rooted in the simple but revolutionary premise that every human being has the ability to cultivate the mind’s inherent stability, clarity and strength in order to be more awake and to develop the compassion and insight necessary to care for oneself and the world genuinely.

The Sydney Group meets every Tuesday nite 5.45pm -7pm for sitting and walking meditation practise, dharma discussions and contemplation meditations. Instruction is provided to all new participants.

 Please contact Louise for instructions to get to the room.

Public Transport Access

Bus no.s 422 & 370 stop in King St Opp. Dickson St

Bus no.s 423, 426 & 428 stop at Newtown Station

Newtown Station – 10 minute walk

St Peter’s Station – 5 minute walk 


Sydney Zen Centre

Address: 251 Young Street, Annandale NSW 2038  NSW
Tradition: Mahayana, Diamond Sangha, Zen
Affiliation: Gorricks Run (Sydney Zen Centre Meditation Retreat)
Phone: 02) 9660 2993
Website: http://www.szc.org.au/
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Teacher: Subhana Barzaghi, Roshi  
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Zazen from 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm is scheduled for Monday and Wednesday. Beginners should come on either Wednesday or Thursday evenings, arrive by 6.45pm and arrange to have a personal orientation during the evening with one of the senior students. After zazen, join the group for a cup of tea, and ask any questions that may have arisen for you during the evening. You can be sure that people before you have felt the same things, and had the same doubts.

• Zazenkai and Dharma talk (zazen from 8.30 until noon) takes place on the third Sunday of each month at Annandale. There is usually a Dharma talk at 10 am and personal interviews with a senior student when available.

• Samu Weekend: 4th weekend at Gorricks Run Centre.

Gorricks Run (Sydney Zen Centre Meditation Retreat)
A zen retreat facility, open during retreat times, set on rural land near St. Albans.

• Sesshin occurs several times a year, and offers the opportunity for intensive practice with a teacher, often including the ceremony of jukai, when students formally take the Precepts. Shorter retreats without the teacher are also held and a wide range of other activities. A calendar of coming events comes out every second month and is available free at the Zendo. Our journal, Mind, Moon, Circle, is published quarterly. Annual subscriptions are available or you can pick up a copy at the Zendo


Tendai Buddhist Sangha of Australia

Address:   NSW
Tradition: Mahayana, Disciples of Ara Ryokan Japanese Tendai school
Affiliation: Tendai Shu (Tendai Sect) Hawaii Tendai Institute
Phone: 0405 682 419 email is the preferred contact
E-mail: jikai.tendaiau@gmail.com
Website: http://www.tendaiaustralia.org.au
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Reverend: Jiryo Moxon  Email  (Phone: 0432 093 167)
Main Contact: Rev. Jikai Dehn  Email  (Phone: 0405 682 419)
Spiritual Director: Ara Ryokan  
Teacher: Rev. Jikai Dehn  
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The Tendai Sangha of Australia is connected to the Tendai Hawaii Betsuin and Venerable Ara Ryokan. We have a Sangha in Sydney, New South Wales led by Rev. Jikai Dehn. And another in Brisbane, Queensland led by Jiryo Moxon.

Reverend Jikai Dehns Sydney Sangha currently holds Dharma lessons and services on Thursdays and Sundays. Service begins at 11:00 and ends at 12:00. Dharma lessons follow and last between an hour and an hour and a half. We also teach traditional Tendai Shikan meditation. Those wishing to attend are advised to email Reverend Jikai at jikai.tendaiau@gmail.com .Reverend Jikai Dehn is also available for private services and lessons at other times. The following is a link giving a brief description of our Sydney Dojo: http://tendaiaustralia.org.au/Sydney-Tendai-Dojo.php


Tharpa Choeling Australia - Wellington Buddhist Centre

Address: 166 Arthur Street   Wellington NSW 2820
Tradition: Non-Sectarian, Tibetan - Gelug
Affiliation: Tharpa Choeling Abbey
Phone: 02 68454661
E-mail: info@tharpachoeling.org
Website: http://www.tharpachoeling.org
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Main Contact: The Sangha  Email  (Phone: 0268454661)
Teacher: Gen Thubten Tenzin  
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Buddhism for a kinder world. Tharpa Choeling Australia is a Buddhist organisation situated in Central West/Western Plains NSW. We offer meditation, workshops and many other Buddhist activities from our beautiful Garden Dharma centre in Wellington NSW. We run meditation classes in Dubbo and Bathurst and we also aim to provide access to Buddhism for those who have trouble doing so, through our website and various outreach programs. We are a member of the Buddhist Council of NSW and take His Holiness the Dalai Lama as the head of our lineage.


The Pointing Out Style of Indo-Tibetan Buddhist Meditation

Address: Studio 5/Suite 1 722 Bourke Street   Redfern NSW 2010
Tradition: Vajrayana, Nyingma, Kagyu, and Bon
Affiliation: Rahob Rinpoche, H.H. Menri Trizin, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
Phone: +61 4 1868 7313
Fax: +1 514 669 3465
E-mail: harvey@pointingout.org
Website: http://www.pointingoutway.org
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Main Contact: Harvey Feldstein  Email  (Phone: +61 4 1868 7313)
Teacher: Dan Brown, PhD  
Spiritual Director: Dan Brown, PhD.  Email  (Phone: +1 (617) 244-1099)
Notes and Events:

Unique Opportunity to attend Dan Browns "The Pointing Out Style of Indo-Tibetan Buddhism, Level 1" in Sydney,  14-21 April 2013

For additional information on Dan Brown, the Pointing Out Style Course Descriptions, and worldwide schedule see:

  http://www.pointingoutway.org/

The pointing-out style is an ancient method of teaching meditation, grounded in the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism and the dynamic relationship between student and teacher. Structured methodology leads the meditator through increasing levels of concentration and insight, to profound “crossing over” instructions, the very gateway to awakening. With roots in Mahamudra and Dzogchen lineages, this 7-day retreat with Dan Brown has been created to give participants both the understanding and the skills required to practice and master these precious teachings. 

For more information and to register for the Sydney Level 1 Retreat, go to: 

http://www.pointingoutsydney.eventbrite.com

What: Level 1 Pointing Out Way Retreat 

Where: Chevalier Center, 1 Roma Ave, Kensington NSW 2033 Australia 

When: Sunday 14th April—Sunday 21st April, 2013 

Harvey Feldstein— Harvey@pointingout.org 

Linda Feldstein—Linda@pointingout.org 


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