Embracing Change

A Meditation Half Day Course

Sat 18 June · 9.30am – 1pm · $40

Online live and available until 9pm Sun · $30

Change is inevitable and unavoidable – it is happening all the time, all around us. Buddha’s explanation of impermanence enables us to develop a more realistic and wise approach to our self and the people and things in our life.

With the knowledge of the changing nature of things we can learn to expect change and accept it as being the very fabric of life. In this way we can live lightly without grasping at our self, other people and things.

With wisdom we can embrace change peacefully, understanding there was never an option to hold on to anything even for a moment.

The Teacher

Kelsang Monlam is the Resident Teacher of Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre. She has been practising meditation and Buddhism since 2008. Kelsang Monlam presents Buddha’s teachings in a light and practical manner and inspires us through example to incorporate Buddha’s teachings into our daily life

Details & Bookings


Fee & Bookings

$40/$30 conc.

Online live and available until 9pm Sun · $30


The Venue

Khedrubje Kadampa Buddhist Centre, 156 Mann St, Gosford.


Date & Time

Sat 18 June 2022

At all of our classes and courses we have implemented a COVID safe plan and you are welcome to wear a mask.

Everybody is welcome to attend this course, regardless of experience. During the day you will receive practical teachings. The course will also include short guided meditations that will give rise to a peaceful feeling in the mind and improve your ability to solve your daily problems effectively. In the last session of the day there will also be an opportunity for questions and answers.

What to expect at a course

Half Day courses are a special opportunity to take a short time out to receive practical teachings that focus on solving a particular problem we are trying to resolve in our daily life. These courses will give you the strength, confidence and tools you need to face the challenges of every day life with more patience, peace and perspective.