Public Talk with Gen Kelsang Rabten
The Secret to Happiness
A special public talk with National Spiritual Director Gen Kelsang Rabten
ALLAN SCOTT AUDITORIUM
UniSA CITY WEST CAMPUS, NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE
TUE 11 APR • 6.30 - 8PM • $25 PP
Our deepest and most heartfelt wish is to be truly happy. We’ve worked so hard and for so long to fulfill this wish, but have we really found it? We search our devices, in our relationships and in the world around us for true happiness, but even when we find something or someone that brings us joy, new worries arise.
Uncovering the secret to happiness lies in understanding what true happiness really is. We must understand that happiness cannot be bought or found outside of ourselves. It is the pleasant feelings that arise from mental peace.
In a world where inner peace is becoming elusive, don’t miss this special talk with internationally renowned Buddhist Teacher Gen Kelsang Rabten. Let Gen Rabten take you on a wisdom journey to where your own happiness really is – the vast inner sky of your own peaceful mind. Everyone is welcome.
Gen Kelsang Rabten is the National Spiritual Director for Kadampa Buddhism in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He is an exceptional teacher who is internationally renowned for his ability to convey Buddha’s teachings to everyone in a way that will leave you feeling uplifted and inspired to make positive changes in your life.
VENUE: ALLAN SCOTT AUDITORIUM, UniSA CITY WEST CAMPUS, North Terrace, Adelaide
WHAT TO EXPECT
Hand sanitiser will be provided at the door as you arrive. Masks are not required, however please feel free to wear one if you feel more comfortable.
You will be greeted by our volunteers to register you for the talk. We will have a list of the bookings so there is no need to print out your confirmation.
There will be a selection of books and meditation CD’s to browse or purchase before or after the talk.
The talk will begin at 6.30pm and end at 8pm. You are most welcome to stay after the talk to ask any questions you have or browse the bookshop.