Kuan Yin Meditation Centre

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Kuan Yin Meditation Centre

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Information
Tradition/Linage Zen
Main School Mahayana
Sub School Zen
People
Founder(s) Subhana Barzaghi
Teacher(s) Ellen Davison
Contact Infotmation
Address 183 Ballina Road
Lismore Heights
New South Wales 2480
Australia
Country Australia
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Phone (02) 6689 7116, (02) 6688 6112
Website http://www.kuanyinmeditationcentre.org.au/
Email kuanyin@nrg.com.au



About

The Kuan Yin Meditation Centre located in Lismore in Northern New South Wales was established by Subhana Barzaghi who is a teacher in both the Zen and Insight (Vipassana) traditions. The Dojo was purpose built by Subhana as the first Zen Temple in Australia.

The Centre supports both Insight (Vipassana) and Zen groups.

The Kuan Yin Insight Meditation group meets on Wednesday evenings from 7:00-8:30pm. The program includes sitting and walking meditation, guided meditations, interviews, and Dharma talks and discussions under the guidance of Ellen Davison. Ellen is an Insight Meditation teacher and also a Zen teacher in the Diamond Sangha lineage established by Robert Aitken Roshi in Hawaii. The orientation of the Wednesday evening group is Insight Meditation.

The Zen group meets on Monday evenings from 7:00-8:45pm and includes guidance and instruction on Zen practices, chanting, Dharma talks and discussion. Individual interviews are also available.

The Kuan Yin Meditation Centre premises are also available for use by other meditation and yoga groups.

The Centre is co-ordinated by a committee who also organize monthly mornings, days and non-residential weekends of Mindfulness meditation. These are usually on the third Saturday or Sunday of each month.

Source

http://www.kuanyinmeditationcentre.org.au/