Lama Mark Webber, 2018 Registrations Open

A reminder that registrations are now open for Lama Mark’s 2018 teachings. Detailed course information can be found on the events page. We look forward to seeing you there!

Finding Happiness Within with Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche, February 9 – 11, 2018

Reconnecting with Your Natural State of Mind Through Pristine Mind Meditation Join meditation master Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche for this special weekend program in Glenorchy, New Zealand based on his book Our Pristine Mind: A Practical Guide to Unconditional Happiness. Further information and registrations can be found on his website

Lama Mark Webber, 2018 Teachings in Queenstown

Lama Mark Webber brings over forty years of study, practice and teaching, helping to understand both the cause of suffering states and their cessation — a path of freedom, compassion and innate happiness. Visit our events page to find out more about Lama Mark Webber, and his teaching schedule from February 16 to March 18th, 2018…

Pristine Mind, Queenstown, Feb 2018

Awakening the Enlightenment Within You With Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche Tuesday, 6th February, 2018, 7:00-9:00 pm Take a look on our events page to find out more.  

Tarchin Hearn, Queenstown, Oct 2017

We are delighted to announce that Tarchin Hearn will be teaching at Queenstown Dharma Centre Tasting the Heart of Dharma Contemplative Explorations of Bodhicitta: The Heart/Mind of Wisdom and Compassion in Action 6-15 October, 2017 Click on the image for details.

Keith Rowan, Queenstown, Sept 2017

We are delighted to announce that Keith Rowan will be teaching at Queenstown Dharma Centre as follows: “Training the Heart and Mind” 2-7 September (8 sessions) “Freedom from Anxiety in an uncertain world” 9-10 September (3 sessions) Click on the image for details.

A Quest for Meaning

Coming soon to Queenstown Dharma Centre… “A Quest for Meaning” is first and foremost the story of two childhood friends who meet again after 10 years… Marc exports bottled water from New York whereas Nathanaël works in water collective management… After the 2008 economic crisis and a documentary therapy, Marc realizes that he is also…

An interview with Tara Choying Lhamo

Tara Choying Lhamo is an Austrian-born dharma practitioner who has lived in retreat for over twenty years, twelve of which she spent high in the mountains of Nepal in Lapchi, one of the retreat caves used by Tibet’s great yogi and saint, Milarepa. We are delighted to announce that Tara will be visiting Queenstown Dharma…

Lama Mark Webber posters available

Posters containing details of Lama Mark’s teachings are now available in A3 & A4 formats. Please display these wherever you can and encourage people to take advantage of this valuable opportunity. The teaching schedule is also available as a printable calendar, and pre-registration is now available. Click the links or the thumbnails below to download…

“How to Have a Happy and Meaningful Life” by guest speaker Geshe Jampa Tharchin

NEW GUEST SPEAKER TO QUEENSTOWN “How to Have a Happy and Meaningful Life” Lharampa Geshe Jampa Tharchin Friday 8 July 7pm Dharma Centre Trustees welcome Geshe Jampa Tharchin for the first time to our centre as guest speaker. Currently the resident teacher at Chandrakirti Meditation Centre in Nelson, Geshe-la was born in Tibet and studied for…