Compassion is the source, the real essence of the entire path

Guidance for your Journey

Every morning, when we wake up, we have twenty-four brand-new hours to live. What a precious gift! We have the capacity to live in a way that these twenty-four hours will bring peace, joy, and happiness to ourselves and others.
Peace is present right here and now, in ourselves and in everything we do and see. The Question is whether or not we are in touch with it.

Every breath we take, every step we make, can be filled with peace, joy, and serenity. We need only to be awake, alive in the present moment.

At Jang Chup Chopel Buddhist Centre, through our specialised services, we can help you cultivate inner peace on your life’s journey.  If your desire is to harmonize your environment, increase compassion, encourage a peaceful state of mind, and be assisted on your journey to enlightenment we have the tools to help you achieve your desire.

 

Blessings

  • Individuals
  • Work/office environments
  • Home/living environments

Blessings are very powerful and can clear negative energy, past trauma or abuse and generally help create a more positive environment in which to cultivate inner peace.

Meditation

  • Individual sessions
  • Individual structured courses
  • Group guided meditation events

Our practice and teaching of meditation is not simply about the now popular buzzword – mindfulness.  Correct and regular meditation is effective at relieving stress, worry, lack of focus, relationship problems, addictions and more. It leads to peace of mind and wellbeing, greater focus and creativity and better relationships.

 

Buddhist Studies

Teaching is the dissemination of knowledge.  It is not difficult to find people with ample knowledge, professional or otherwise, who are unhappy.  The feeling of unhappiness may come from the pressures of life and may result in the searching for something to bring about change in one’s life.  Some people turn to courses on Buddhism in their quest for wisdom.  Whether one’s reasons for turning to Buddhism studies are philosophical or religious the underlying commonality remains the desire for peace.  Find out how our Buddhist study programme may benefit you.

Yoga

Yoga means “joined together.” The word comes from the ancient Sanskrit root word yug, which means “to unify.” A yogi is one who consciously unifies body, mind, emotions, and spirit so that they work together very well.  The yogi strives to open the gift of life and discover his fullest possibilities. A yogi endeavours to discover the higher consciousness and how the body, mind, and emotional nature can be truly fulfilled through unifying their purposes — rather than living in constant interior civil war.  A yoga devotee strives to live in an on-going and progressively more joyous state of harmony. Body, mind, and emotions are brought into attunement with one another and with one’s soul, or spiritual self. The devotee finds this on-going state of harmony not only to be a wonderful way to live but an essential factor in becoming enlightened — living in higher consciousness.  Join us for our next yoga event.