WORKSHOPS & Courses
Jalü offers workshops and courses in meditation, mindfulness and foundational Buddhism live online, face to face and in recorded courses you can complete "at your own pace". The workshops and courses offered live online and face to face for 2020are listed below. The workshops and courses offered at your own pace (pre-recorded videos and audio) are listed HERE. Call 0431 185 312 for more information.
7th June 2020: Self-Compassion Wellbeing Seminar. See listing below for June.
Weekly Meditation Group
Contact us to join the free live online meditation classes, which are held using Zoom every Monday at 10am (Australian Eastern Standard Time). After meditation there is a question and answer session .
Live Online - 10am - 11:30am
Wednesday 29 January 2020
The Buddha taught that to attain enlightenment, a person must develop two qualities: wisdom and compassion. Wisdom and compassion are sometimes referred to as the two wings of the bird of awakening, that work together to enable flight. Wisdom and compassion should be seen as inseparable. In practice, this means that compassionate intention is the foundation for everything we do as Buddhists. But what is compassion, exactly, and how can we give rise to it?
The Study Group is led by Pema Düddul who has decades of experience as a Buddhist practitioner. Pema is Co-Director of Jalü Buddhist Meditation Centre and Buddhist Chaplain at the University of Southern Queensland.
This event is FREE but please contact us to register.
Heart of Buddhism
Sunday 23 February 2020
Time: 6:30pm Brisbane; 7:30pm Sydney & Melbourne
A Talk for Tibetan Buddhist New Year
This talk will outline the essential components of Buddhist practice according to the tradition and style practised at Jalü Buddhist Meditation Centre.
This talk is a fundraiser to sponsor long-term meditators living in poverty.
$ 20 AUD
After payment we will email you the information on how to join and materials.
Due to recent guidelines from state and federal health departments around social distancing due to Covid19 we have decided to postpone the face-to-face AWAKEN workshop scheduled for 21st March 2020 and offer an online version instead. The link to the online version (using Zoom) will be sent out to all those registered for this workshop.
Transforming Disturbing Emotions into Ease and Joy
A Mindfulness Workshop
10:00am - 1:00pm
Saturday March 21st 2020
Learn how to relate to disturbing emotions in more beneficial ways, transforming negative emotions into joy for more meaningful relationships, stronger artistic practice, more productive work, better parenting and a joyful daily life. Stress and anxiety have widespread negative impacts, on health and well-being, on creativity and also on productivity. Thankfully, they can be managed if not completely overcome.
The facilitator (Pema Düddul) has decades of experience as a Buddhist practitioner and has taught mindfulness in Buddhist and corporate settings since 2007. Once a sufferer of severe anxiety himself, he overcame anxiety using the ancient yet simple Buddhist techniques he will share in this workshop. All funds go to supporting Jalü to provide meditation and mindfulness training to those in need.
Call 0477 994 672 for more information
$ 45.00 AUD
After payment we will email you the venue location and other information.
Self-Compassion Wellbeing Seminar
Overcoming low self-esteem and connecting with our fundamental goodness
A Wellbeing Seminar
10:00am - 11:30am
Saturday June 7th 2020
Live on Zoom
(Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Compassion has been taught and practiced for millennia in all Buddhist traditions. These approaches to the alleviation of suffering are more akin to psychology and philosophy than religion in that they do not require belief in a higher power to gain their benefits. According to the deepest Buddhist teachings, compassion is the pure expression of the awakened or enlightened mind.
The first step in becoming a truly compassionate person is to develop compassion for oneself. Without love and respect for oneself, compassion for others cannot take root in the heart. Without compassion for oneself, trueenlightenment is not possible. In this seminar, Pema Düddul will outline the importance of self-compassion to wellbeing and to the Buddhist path to awakening. Although the seminar draws on Buddhist wisdom it is non-religious in nature and suitable for people of all faiths or no faith.
Register For Seminar
$ 25.00 AUD
After payment we will email you the Zoom link and other information.
Buddhist Reading Retreat
Our reading retreats bring those curious about Buddhism together to read and discuss the same book. The reading retreat is an opportunity to have a proper break from routine to read, relax, focus and reflect in a comfortable and welcoming environment. We offer guided online retreats that you can do in your own home as well as occasional residential retreats.
Our next reading retreat will be online. It will run from Saturday 3rd to Monday 5th October 2020. The book selected for this retreat is:
Resting in Stillness
by Martin Jamyang Tenphel and Pema Düddul.
Annual Weekend Retreat
Toowoomba - Venue TBA
Saturday 3rd to Monday 5th October 2020
In this retreat we will engage with Jigme Lingpa's teachings on the seven contemplations, an ancient system of mind-training teachings that has been preserved as part of a rare set of instructions on Dzogchen, or the Great Perfection. We will go through Jigme Lingpa's text, The Steps to Liberation: Essential Instructions on the Common Preliminary Practice of the Sevenfold Mind Training, and undertake the contemplations as a group. These contemplations are considered preliminary or foundational and so are appropriate for practitioners of all levels.
The retreat will be led by Pema Düddul based on instructions by Ngakpa Karma Lhundup Rinpoche.
PRICE YET TO BE SET
Please contact us for more information.
The Importance of True Compassion to the Buddhist Path
An Online Talk
6:30pm – 8:00pm (QLD time)
Friday 11 December 2020
Live Online on Zoom
We might reject everything else: religion, ideology, all received wisdom. But we cannot escape the necessity of love and compassion. —His Holiness the Dalai Lama
Compassion has been taught and practised for millennia in all Buddhist traditions. These approaches to the alleviation of suffering are more akin to psychology and philosophy than religion in that they do not require belief in a higher power to gain their benefits. According to the deepest Buddhist teachings, compassion is the pure expression of the awakened or enlightened mind (Bodhichitta). In this talk, Pema Düddul will outline the importance of compassion to the Buddhist path to awakening.
This event is FREE
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