Hayagriva Buddhist Centre is a Mahayana Tibetan Buddhist centre in Perth, Western Australia, affiliated with FPMT.
Visit the centre during office hours 10am – 2pm Mon to Sat*
*Centre opening hours are subject to volunteer availability. Please phone to confirm.
Last Minute Schedule Change
Tara Puja change of date and time
The Tara Puja will be held on the 8th of Day of the Tibetan Lunar month instead of the last Saturday of the month. The Tara Puja originally scheduled for 28 Sep will now be held at 4pm on Sunday 6 Oct 2019.
Sunday Teachings: Audio Recordings
You can catch up on Sunday teachings by listening to the online audio recordings.
The latest recording available is for 08 Sep 2019.
The Four Applications of Mindfulness
The Four Applications of Mindfulness consist of:
- Mindfulness of Body
- Mindfulness of Feeling
- Mindfulness of the Mind
- Mindfulness of Events
These teachings also include Advice for Daily practice and Meditation.
As a continuation of The Four Applications of Mindfulness, we now explore Mindfulness, Primary and Secondary Minds and Mental factors.
Geshela will go through these in detail.
Tuesday Night Teachings – Audio Recordings
Click here to listen to online audio recordings of teachings by Geshe Sonam as part of the Basic Program.
The latest recording is for Week 11: Mind and Cognition (Lorig) – 10 Sep 2019.
New Topic Started on 2 July 2019
Mind and Cognition (Lorig)
Lorig is the study of Mind, its Factors and Functionality. This teaching is part of the Basic Program and consists of:
- Awarenesses and Knowers (part 1)
Focused primarily on the study of knowledge, what are valid ways of knowing and what are invalid
- Minds and Mental Factors (part 2)
A more psychological study of mind, examining the mind in terms of its wholesome and unwholesome aspects, etc.
Why study minds and mental factors (lorig)?
It is because the mental factors are primarily responsible for all our experiences. When the mind is under the influence of unwholesome mental factors, such as attachment and anger, one is led into actions that end in frustration and suffering. But whenever the mind is dominated by wholesome factors, such as compassion and patience, then any ensuing physical and vocal activity will only result in happiness and well-being.
Click on the image below to view a convenient summary of Hayagriva Buddhist Centre (PDF)