Buddhism and Meditation Classes
Due to Covid-19, term dates and venues may change
Term 2: 13/6/2020 ~ 18/7/2020 (Online)
Introduction to Buddhism (maximum 20 students)
Time: Saturday, 10am ~ 11am
Term 2: 14/6/2020~19/7/2020 (Online)
Deeper Understanding (maximum 20 students)
Time: Sunday, 10am ~ 11am
Fee: $20 per person per term
Early payment is encouraged.
We would appreciate payment to be paid at least a week prior to the course commencement date.
Enrolment numbers are limited for each class and they fill up quickly. Please reserve your spot and make payment as early as possible. Registration is closed when classes are filled.
How to Enroll
1) Fill out the Online Registration Form
2) Wait for confirmation from Temple
3) Pay in person or via bank transfer
1) Download and complete the Paper Registration Form
2) Attach the completed form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org
3) Wait for confirmation from Temple
4) Pay at the temple or via bank transfer
You can pay at the temple or via bank transfer.
BSB No. 014 279
A/C No. 37198 3923
Account Name: International Buddhist Association of QLD. (IBAQ)
Text Book Information
Term 1 – 2020
Level 1: An Introduction to Buddhism (10:10am~11:00am)
The Core Teachings
Level 2: Deeper Understanding (10:00am~11:00am)
The Core Ideas
Level 3: On Going Learning (11:10am~12:00pm)
The Great Realizations – A Commentary on the Sutra of the Eight Realizations of Great Beings
Level 4: Discussion Group (11:10am~12:00pm)
To be advised by the teacher
Please do not wear tight or restrictive clothing. No shorts or tank tops allowed. However, loose-fitting long pants with socks and long-sleeved shirts or tops allow you to enjoy the class and move freely.
Classes are suitable for learners of multicultural and religious backgrounds. The classes cover Buddhist teachings, meditation, and tea ceremony aim to develop participants’ inner peace, wisdom and positive attitude toward life.
The Adult’s Buddhist classes introduce the core Buddhist teachings, providing knowledge and insight on how to apply Buddhist ideas to daily life. Buddhism is not solely a religion, but also a method of training the mind to improve our ability to handle life challenges, overcome obstacles and find happiness all beings deserve.
The founder of Fo Guang Shan, Venerable Master Hsing Yun, established the following four guiding principles for all members of the temple; both Monastics and lay devotees:
“Offer others confidence;
Offer others happiness;
Offer others hope;
Offer others convenience”
The class objectives focus on nurturing potential talents of students, serving the community with compassion, practicing Buddhism to purify one’s mind and building the future with a bold spirit of vitality. We hope to see you soon in one of our classes.