Meditation & Buddhism in West End

weekly general program class

Course Descriptions & Dates

How to Understand Your Mind

We often say “My mind, my mind” but if someone asks us “What is your mind?” we would be hard pushed to answer. In this series of classes, we will explore Buddhist insights into the nature and function of the mind and learn how to use the creative power of our mind to create the experiences we wish for.

As happiness and suffering are states of mind, if we are to find the happiness we seek an understanding of our mind is essential. Through learning how our mind works, we can begin to bring our mind under control, and in this way improve the quality of our life, both now and in the future.

Sep 20:  What is the mind?
Sep 27:  The creative power of the mind
Oct 4:  Why we feel how we feel
Oct 11:  A positive intention

Create the World You Want

Take a practical look at karma, and understand how it creates our experiences. Understand how to avoid negative karma, how to accumulate good karma and how to purify the negative karma we’ve created in the past.

Oct 18 • 25 • Nov 1 • 8

Love, Desire, Attachment

To enjoy good relationships, it is essential that we learn to distinguish between love and attachment. While love brings only happiness, attachment brings only problems and suffering such as craving, jealousy,
dependence and conflict.

Nov 15 • 22 • 29 • Dec 6

What to expect at a class

Each week, a different aspect of meditation and Buddhism is explained. Classes are self-contained so you can come along any week. Classes begin with a simple guided breathing meditation followed by a teaching and a second guided meditation based on the topic. No experience is necessary, classes are suitable for beginners and experienced meditators alike. Everyone is welcome.

Class Information - West End



Mondays from 7-8.15pm


West End Croquet Club, 91 Cordelia St, Musgrave Park, West End

Parking Available Onsite



$15 per class, no booking required, just drop-in.


The teacher of this class is Kelsang Luma. Luma is a well-loved for her humility as well as her energy and joy in sharing Buddha’s instructions. Her practical and uplifting teachings make meditation and modern Buddhism accessible to all, enabling people from all walks of life to solve their daily problems through developing inner peace.

the power of positive thinking
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