Tibetan Buddhism Meditation

Sound Bath Meditation

Friday Night Meditation

Tuesday Night Class

In Tibetan Buddhist Philosophy the origin of “Life” is sound and light. Beneath the surface, everyone of us is composed of frequencies and vibrations. Sound is wisdom and vibration is compassion. Cultivating the inner qualities of wisdom and compassion is the foundation of generating pure sound that calms coarse level mental afflictions and brings the mind to a state of tranquility.


In the two-hour sound bath Lama Tendar performs Tibetan Buddhist Chanting and employs various sound instruments. This generates a powerful energy field for the audience to experience a beneficial transformation in mind and body. This is an unique opportunity to restore positive energy so that your mind becomes more refined and your body refreshed. It is a wonderful way to reduce stress and anxiety.


Quality Tibetan singing bowls will also be available for purchase.


For dates, refer to the List of Events in the home page.

The mind is the key factor through which to cultivate the inner qualities of wisdom and compassion.  The purpose of meditation is to stabilise one’s mind and to recognise the nature of mind. Through meditation, we can enhance the clarity and tranquility of our minds. This allows one to be more aware of one’s mental, verbal and physical actions and thus generate pure moral discipline.


These meditation sessions help to free us from the influence of afflictive emotions and physical lethargy, and thus enable us to turn daily life challenges into opportunities for spiritual growth. It opens the door to liberation from samsara and to developing Bodhichitta that leads to the permanent happiness of full enlightenment.


These meditation sessions are a good place to learn buddhist teaching and practice. A variety of topics are covered such as:

Introduction to Buddhist dharma;

  1. How to practice meditation daily, including the chanting of prayers and mantras;
  2. Calm abiding meditation;
  3. Insight meditation on various topics, such as precious human life and impermanence;
  4. Visualisation of various deities; and
  5. Medicine buddha meditation for healing.


Come to learn and enjoy a guided meditation for cultivating great compassion and inner peace.


Time: Every Friday 7.30pm-9pm


Venue: 132 Kars Street Frankston South VIC 3199


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These meditation classes aim to develop tools for conditioning one’s mind and body so as to overcome afflictive emotions that lead to mental health issues.


This is achieved by developing concentration through Buddhist Calm Abiding Meditation and by becoming more knowledgable about cognition and consciousness. This is an opportunity to cultivate inner peace.


Contents of the Class:

  1. How to Develop Mental Concentration;
  2. Precious Human Life;
  3. Impermanent Nature of Phenomena;
  4. The Law of Karma;
  5. Dependent Arising;
  6. Cultivating Great Compassion;
  7. How to Overcome Afflictive Mental States.


These classes are taught by Ani Dechen, a student of Lama Tendar.


Venue: 132 Kars Street Frankston South VIC 3199


Contribution: $20


For dates, refer to List of Events in the home page.

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132 Kars Street, Frankston South VIC 3199   Tel: 03-9766-0768