Freedom From Craving

with Gen Kelsang Rabten

Thursday 2 May | 7-8.30pm

Freedom From Craving

with Gen Kelsang Rabten

Thu 2 May | 7-8.30pm

A Special Public Talk with National Spiritual Director Gen Kelsang Rabten

A Special Public Talk with National Spiritual Director Gen Kelsang Rabten

About the Talk

Are you constantly craving, trying to fill a void in life, but never quite feeling satisfied or fulfilled? Do you find yourself stuck in compulsive or addictive patterns of behaviour that you know aren’t helping you, but you can’t get out of?

These are common experiences that all of us have. Desires drive our life. We’re always wanting, but never quite finding what we seek.

Freedom from craving and constant dissatisfaction is possible. Real satisfaction and happiness is possible for us all.

During this special event, guest teacher, Gen Rabten, will share Buddhist wisdom that frees us from the bonds of uncontrolled and insatiable desires, and gives us the real hope for lasting happiness.

During this public talk, you will learn:

  • what’s causing your constant craving, dissatisfaction, disappointments and discontentment;
  • how to begin to free yourself from craving and insatiable desires;
  • that joy, satisfaction and real happiness is possible; and
  • feel empowered to create lasting happiness for yourself.

Don’t miss this special event with Gen Rabten.

Date & Time

Thursday 2 May – 7 to 8.30pm


$30 per person

$15 for Centre Members


Kadampa Meditation Centre Brisbane

109 Leichhardt St, Spring Hill QLD 4000

Our Teacher

The teacher of this special event is Gen Kelsang Rabten.  Gen Kelsang Rabten is National Spiritual Director of Australia, New Zeland and South East Asia; and Resident Teacher of KMC Australia and KMC Melbourne. Ordained in 1994, he has studied under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for 30 years and has taught in many centres around the world.

Gen Rabten exemplifies the essence of the modern Kadampa way of life, and brings a warm heart and joyful attitude to sharing Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation.