Mindfulness In daily living

January 3-13 2019

A Transformative Course based on the 16 Guideliness to Happiness

Led by Ven. Tsultrim

 How can we develop meaning and peace in everyday life? How do we remain aware of our experiences when our days are busy with work, conversation, family and friends?

In this ten day courset,  Ven. Carla introduces ways to examine your life and enrich it with a greater sense of balance, compassion and freedom.  Renowned for her unconventional approach, Ven. Carla Pearse uses interactive techniques  integrated with mindfulness to create a stronger awareness of our own habits and actions.

The 16 Guidelines are a practical framework for living in a way that genuinely benefits oneself and others.

Find out more about the 16 Guidelines  and the philosophical themes that underlie them here: http://www.16guidelines.org/

This is a secular course, open to anybody with interest in living a more meaningful and happy life. Booking is required.


Course Date: January 3 - 13  2019

The course starts at 5 pm on January 3, and finishes at lunchtime on January 13

Course Cost:160 US$

The course fee includes all meals, accommodation in dormitory and course material.

All courses are residential with accommodation and food provided. Your daily schedule begins at 6.45 am and finishes at 9 pm with the evening meditation.

Participants are required to attend all sessions. Silence is kept from 10 pm till after lunch the next day to help to keep the mind focused on the course. 

Please note that attendance at all sessions is compulsory. Mobile phones and other internet conectable gadgets need to be checked in at the reception for the duration of the course.  Read more on Course Discipline here.

During your stay at Kopan, please follows our strict dress code. Check if you are dressed appropriatly for a monastic environment.

Register here

Please note: Rooms other than dormitory incur an additional charge - see accommodation price list link below.  Check the accommodation prices here


Kopan Monastery
(Nepal Buddhist Mahayana Center Gompa)

Kopan Monastery is affiliated with FPMT
(Foundation for the preservation of the Mahayana Tradition)