“Waking up is not a selfish pursuit of happiness, it is a revolutionary
stance, from the inside out, for the benefit of all beings in existence.”
― Noah Levine

Upcoming

Below you will find a list of upcoming events at Heart Insight including the teacher who will be leading the night and the topic for the teaching and discussion. See below for a list of previous events.

Sep
7
Fri
Triple Gem Retreat Weekend @ Bodhi Chan Mediation Centre
Sep 7 – Sep 9 all-day

Please join us for a weekend of deepening practice, within the context of our householder lives. We’ll explore how we find meaning, relevance, and support on our path from the Buddha, the Dharma, and the Sangha. There will be time to connect with other community members, whilst Saturday will be primarily a day of Noble Silence.

Accommodation: Simple shared indoor sleeping quarters available, as well as the opportunity to tent camp on the Bodhi Chan grounds.

Cost: $160 for accommodation, including vegetarian meals.

Please register using the Online registration form.

Teachings are freely offered by Lulu Cook from Heart Insight, with an opportunity to offer dana (financial generosity) to support her in furthering the dharma.

Questions: heart.insight.group@gmail.com

 

 

Previous

Below you will find a list of previous events starting from the beginning of the year. Use the month navigation to find the date you are looking for.

Jan
21
Sun
Victor von der Heyde – Naikan and Gratitude @ Haiku Yoga Studio
Jan 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Victor von der Heyde - Naikan and Gratitude @ Haiku Yoga Studio

Join us at Heart Insight this Sunday 21st January to explore the topic of “Naikan: Exploring Gratitude” with Victor Von Der Heyde.

We meet at 6pm to commence meditation at 6:15pm, followed by a dharma talk and discussion, with tea and socializing at 7:45 @ Haiku, 71 Russell Street, West End

Victor has been practising meditation for forty years. He studied with a wide range of dharma teachers, has spent over two years in silent retreats and has taken dharma teaching roles since the mid 1990s. Victor has an interest helping people understand the varieties of meditation so that they’re in a position to choose what works for them. He has had a long term focus on environmental ethics, he spent two decades helping manage a small overseas aid organisation and worked for many years as a counsellor.

Find out more at http://www.dharma.org.au/v/

Jan
28
Sun
Lulu Cook – Can Dharma Change the World? @ Haiku
Jan 28 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Lulu Cook - Can Dharma Change the World? @ Haiku | West End | Queensland | Australia

details to be advised.

Feb
4
Sun
Lulu Cook – Awakening Factors Pt 1: Making Space in our Practice for Energy and Joy @ Haiku Yoga Studio
Feb 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Lulu Cook - Awakening Factors Pt 1: Making Space in our Practice for Energy and Joy @ Haiku Yoga Studio | West End | Queensland | Australia

further details to be advised.

Feb
11
Sun
Lyndi Smith – Self-Compassion @ Haiku Yoga Studio
Feb 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Lyndi Smith - Self-Compassion @ Haiku Yoga Studio | West End | Queensland | Australia

details to follow.

Feb
18
Sun
Lulu Cook – Awakening Factors Pt 2: Reframing Calm and Quanimity @ Haiku Yoga Studio
Feb 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Feb
25
Sun
Patrick Kearney – Introducing dependent arising
Feb 25 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Patrick Kearney - Introducing dependent arising @ West End | Queensland | Australia

This talk will introduce the Buddha’s central teaching, that of dependent arising (paticcasamuppada). We begin with the Buddha’s concept of dharma, a naturalistic view of the world that is grounded on human experience and is not interested in anything beyond the realm of the human. Dependent arising takes a systems view of the world, where reality is found in relationships rather than the things and understanding these relationships gives us the key to living a fully satisfying life.

Mar
2
Fri
Lulu Cook – Getting Over Emotional Hangovers: Relaxing in the Midst of the Eight Worldly Winds
Mar 2 @ 1:32 pm – 2:32 pm
Mar
4
Sun
Patrick Kearney – Dependent Arising 2
Mar 4 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Patrick Kearney - Dependent Arising 2 @ West End | Queensland | Australia

This talk will introduce the Buddha’s central teaching, that of dependent arising (paticcasamuppada). We begin with the Buddha’s concept of dharma, a naturalistic view of the world that is grounded on human experience and is not interested in anything beyond the realm of the human. Dependent arising takes a systems view of the world, where reality is found in relationships rather than the things and understanding these relationships gives us the key to living a fully satisfying life.

Patrick has over 30 years experience in Buddhist meditation, in both the Zen and Theravada traditions. Since 1984 he has trained in vipassana (insight) meditation in the lineage of Mahasi Sayadaw of Burma. His teachers have included Robert Aitken Roshi, Christopher Titmuss, Sayadaw U Pandita, Sayadaw U Lakkhana, Sayadaw U Janaka, John Hale, Sayadaw U Vivekananda and Sayadaw U Tejaniya.
See www.dharmasalon.net for more about Patrick including recorded talks.

We meet at 6pm to commence meditation at 6:15pm, followed by a dharma talk and discussion, with tea and socializing at 7:45 @ Haiku, 71 Russell Street, West End

Mar
11
Sun
Ayya Tathaaloka – Cooling the Fire; Finding Ease
Mar 11 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Ayya Tathaaloka - Cooling the Fire; Finding Ease @ West End | Queensland | Australia

Reflections on the Fire Sermon, Life & Path.

Ayya Tathaaloka Bhikkhuni is an American-born Theravada nun, scholar and Buddhist teacher. She is also the founder of Dhammadharini Vihara, co-founder of Aranya Bodhi Hermitage, recipient of the 2006 Outstanding Women in Buddhism Award, a presenting scholar at the 2007 International Congress on Buddhist Women’s Role in the Sangha and appointed Preceptor for the historically significant 2009 Bhikkhuni Ordination held in Perth, Australia.

Mar
18
Sun
Lulu Cook – Awakening Factors Pt 2: Reframing Calm and Equanimity
Mar 18 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm

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