Rigpa Canberra - Buddhist Meditation Centre
Rigpa aims to present the Buddhist tradition of Tibet in a way that is both completely authentic, and as relevant as possible to the lives and needs of modern men and women.
New Canberra Rigpa Centre blessed by His Eminence Gyeltshen Tulku Rinpoche
The new Rigpa Canberra Centre in Holder was blessed on Sunday 12 July by a realised yogi from Eastern Bhutan, His Eminence Gyeltshen Tulku Rinpoche. H.E. Gyeltshen Tulku Rinpoche is an outstanding lama whose teachers include one of Sogyal Rinpoche's main teachers HH Dudjom Rinpoche. His training has been principally in the Nyingma and Kagyu traditions and he is widely regarded as a master of Dzogchen and Mahamudra lineages.
As well as the auspicious blessing for our new Centre, H.E. Gyeltshen Tulku Rinpoche gave the Rigpa members and representatives from the Bhutanese community attending the event an inspiring Buddhist teaching. Rigpa Canberra is very grateful to His Eminence for his generosity.
Guided Meditation Drop-in Sessions in Canberra
Fridays from 6.00 to 6.45 pm
Suitable for beginners and experienced meditators
Our drop-in meditation sessions are a good opportunity to practice meditation in a supportive environment. Come and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere in our new centre.
Cushions and chairs provided.
Rigpa Courses in Canberra
Introduction to Buddhism: Compassion
Wednesday evenings Rigpa Centre Holder, commencing 12 August 2015, 7.15 - 9.15 pm
The course explores the importance and logic of compassion and introduces the first steps of a gradual training in Buddhist compassion practices.
How to find Rigpa Canberra
Rigpa Canberra is located at Level 1A, 27 Mulley Street, Holder, off either Streeton or Dixon Drives.
Note: the door to the Community Centre closes at 5.30 pm and so for attendance at evening meditation or courses or other events after hours, it is important to arrive on time so someone can be there to let you in. A mobile phone number will be provided for latecomers enrolled in particular courses.