At the heart of Buddhism is the desire for all beings to be free from suffering. When this desire includes everyone without bias it is called Great Compassion. With compassion, we naturally do everything in our power to bring benefit to others. During this course we will learn about the different types of love, the Four Immeasurables and generating the two levels of Bodhicitta. You will learn about Bodhicitta, the heart of enlightenment. Course Benefits
- Understand the benefits of helping others
- Creating a foundation for the Vajrayana path
- Bringing more meaning and harmony into our lives
Time 6 week series that meets once a week on Sundays. Starts February 21 9:30 PM AEDT Melbourne Find Your Local Time How does an Online Course Work? The course will be held through “Zoom“. In order to access the sessions, you need to download the Zoom App onto the device through which you want to join. We will provide you with the Zoom link (as well as Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) created by Dzokden. You will need this link (or alternatively Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) to access the online sessions.
The Zoom link (as well as Zoom Meeting-ID and Password) will be provided at the latest two days before the online event in your email as well as in the Dzokden learning center. You will need an account on Learn.dzokden.org
Access to Video Materials Afterwards The course and all the materials will be provided for you in Dzokden’s online learning center. We encourage everyone to connect to the live-streamed retreat in real-time but if that is not possible, you can still log in to the learning center after the retreat and access all of the retreat content. This retreat material will be put up in the learning center as soon possible after each class. Access to the Course in the Dzokden Learning Center
- All the videos will be accessable afterwards in the Dzokden learning center for you to review.
About the Teacher
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 at the temple giving classes on meditation and basic Buddhist principals that can be applied to our everyday lives. Julie also manages the temple and arranges a program of courses, tours and fundraising activities to support the temple.