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Venerable Dr Juewei holds a Ph.D. in Religious Studies, a Master of Arts in Buddhist Studies, a Master of Business Administration, and a Master of Science in Computer Science and Engineering. Date: 13 July + 10 weeks Subject Code: NTI900 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 20 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 3 – 7 August Subject Code: ABS901/ABS701 Lecturer: Professor Bee Scherer Census Date: 3 August Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 15 – 16 August & 21 – 23 August Subject Code: ABS904/ABS704 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 15 August Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 28 September – 2 October Subject Code: ABS921/ABS721 Lecturer: Professor Bee Scherer Census Date: 28 September Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 7 – 11 December Subject Code: ABS902/ABS702 Lecturer: Dr. Martin Kovacic Census Date: 7 December Duration: 5 weeks  Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 27 – 31 July Subject Code: HSW902/HSW702 Lecturer: Dr Rati Jani Census Date: 27 July Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 24 – 28 August + 10 weeks Subject Code: HSW901/HSW701 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 24 August Duration: 10 Weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 11 – 15 October Subject Code: HSW912 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 12 October Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 9 – 13 November Subject Code: HSW907 Lecturer: Dr. Nadine Levy Census Date: 9 November Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 23 – 27 November Subject Code: HSW915/HSW715 Lecturer: Kerryn Coombes-Valeontis Census Date: 23 November Duration: 5 Weeks Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 13 July + 10 weeks Subject Code: NTI900 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 20 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 21 – 25 September Subject Code: HB901 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 21 SeptemberDuration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital intensive classroom, Date: 26 – 30 October 2020 Subject Code: HB902 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 26 October 2020 Duration: 5 weeks (including 5 days on-campus) Delivery: Digital Intensive Classroom, Date: 20 Jul – 27 Sep 2020 Subject Code: MH901 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 27 Jul 2020 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 20 July – 27 September 2020 + 10 weeks Subject Code:  MH912 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 27 July 2020 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 28 September – 6 December 2020 + 10 weeks Subject Code:  MH913 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 5 October 2020 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 6 October – 13 December 2020 Subject Code:  MH916 Lecturer: Dr Eng-Kong Tan Census Date: 12 October 2020 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 25 January – 4 April Subject Code: NTI900/NTI700 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 1 February Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 8 February – 14 March Class week: 15 – 19 February Subject Code: ABS901/ABS701 Lecturer: Dr Iain Sinclair Census Date: 15 February  Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 8 March – 11 April Class week: 15 – 19 March Subject Code: ABS940 Lecturer: Dr Iain Sinclair Census Date: 15 March Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 12 April – 16 May Class week: 19 – 23 April Subject Code: ABS902/ABS702 Lecturer: TBC Census Date: 19 April Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Dates: 10 May – 13 June Class week: 17 – 21 May Subject Code: ABS930 Census date: 17 May Lecturers: TBC Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 17 May – 20 June Class week: 24- 28 May Subject Code: ABS903 Lecturer: Professor Janet Hou Census Date: 24 May Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Dates: 31 May – 4 July Class week: 7 – 11 June Code: ABS923/ABS723 Census date: 7th June Lecturers: Dr Jonathan Page Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date:  15 February – 21 March Class week:  22- 26 February Subject Code: HSW904 Lecturer: Elizabeth Kuzmanovska Census Date: 22 February Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 1 March – 4 April Class week: 8 – 12 March Subject Code: HSW901/HSW701 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 8 March Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 12 April – 20 June Subject Code: HSW905/HSW705 Lecturer: Dr. Nadine Levy Census Date: 19 April Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 17 May – 20 June Class week: 24 – 28 May Subject Code:  HSW903 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 24 May Duration: 5 weeks  Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 24 May – 27 June Class week: 31 May – 4 June Subject Code: HSW916 Lecturer: Dr Eng-Kong Tan Census Date: 31 May Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 25 January – 4 April Subject Code: NTI900/NTI700 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 1 February Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 25 January – 4 April Subject Code: MH915 Lecturer: Kerryn Coombs-Valeontis Census Date: 1 February Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 1 February – 11 April Subject Code: MH901 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 8 February Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 1 February – 11 April Subject Code: MH902 Lecturer:  Dr Rati Jani Census Date: 8 February Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 12 April – 20 June Subject Code: MH904 Lecturer: Jason Mills Census Date: 19 April Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 19 April – 27 June Subject Code: MH914 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 26 April Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 19 April – 27 June Subject Code: MH921 Lecturer: TBC Census Date: 26 April Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 12 July – 19 September Subject Code: NTI900 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 19 July 2021 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 26 July – 29 August Class week: 2 – 6 August Subject Code: ABS901/ABS701 Lecturer: Dr Iain Sinclair Census Date: 2 August  Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 9 August – 12 September Class week: 14 -15 August & 20 – 22 August Subject Code: ABS904/ABS704 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 14 August Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 20 September – 24 OctoberClass week: 27 September – 1 October Subject Code: ABS921/ABS721 Lecturer: TBC Census Date: 27 September  Duration: 5 weeks  Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 25 October – 28 November Class week: 1 – 5 November Subject Code: ABS933 Lecturer: Dr Iain Sinclair Census Date: 1 November Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 15 November – 19 DecemberClass week: 22 – 26 November Subject Code: ABS902/ABS702 Lecturer: TBC Census Date: 22 November Duration: 5 weeks  Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 12 July – 19 September Subject Code: NTI900/NTI700 Lecturer: Dr. Diana Kelly Census Date: 19 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 19 July – 22 AugustClass week: 26 – 30 July Subject Code: HSW902/HSW702 Lecturer: Dr Rati Jani Census Date: 26 July Duration: 5 weeks  Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 16 August – 19 SeptemberClass week: 23 – 27 August Subject Code: HSW901/HSW701 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 23 August Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 30 August – 3 OctoberClass week: 6 – 10 September Subject Code: HSW905/HSW705 Lecturer: Dr. Nadine Levy Census Date: 6 September Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 13 September – 17 October Class week: 20 – 24 September Subject Code: HSW905/HSW705 Lecturer: Dr. Susan Sumskis Census Date: 20 September Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 5 October – 7 NovemberClass week: 11 – 15 October Subject Code: HSW912 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 11 October Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 18 October – 21 NovemberClass dates: 25  – 29 October  Subject Code: HSW915/HSW715 Lecturer: Kerryn Coombs-Valeontis Census Date: 25 October Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 30 August – 3 October Class week: 8 -12 November Subject Code: HSW907/HSW707 Lecturer: Dr. Nadine Levy Census Date: 8 November Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 12 July -19 September Subject Code: NTI900/NTI700 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 19 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 11 October – 14 NovemberClass week: 18 -22 October Subject Code: HB901 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 18 October Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 22 November – 26 DecemberClass week: 29 November – 3 December Subject Code: HB902 Lecturer: Venerable Dr Juewei Census Date: 29 November Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 12 July – 19 September Subject Code: NTI900/NTI700 Lecturer: Dr Diana Kelly Census Date: 19 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 12 July – 19 September Subject Code:  MH903 Lecturer: Dr Susan Sumskis Census Date: 19 July 2021 Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 19 July – 26 September Subject Code:  MH912 Lecturer: Leonie Hicks Census Date: 26 July Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 30 August – 3 OctoberClass week: 6 -10 September Subject Code: HSW905/HSW705 Lecturer: Dr. Nadine Levy Census Date: 6 September Duration: 5 weeks Delivery: Digital classroom, Date: 27 September – 5 December Subject Code:  MH913 Lecturer: Jason Mills Census Date: 5 October Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online, Date: 5 October – 12 December Subject Code:  MH916/MH716  Lecturer: Dr. Eng-Kong Tan Census Date: 11 October Duration: 10 weeks Delivery: Online. This theoretical and experiential subject looks at contemporary mental and psychological disorders and diseases, and examines how Buddhism and Psychotherapy practices can respond, manage and impact on them. Nan Tien Institute (NTI) is a private, not for profit, government accredited higher education provider offering studies in the areas of Buddhist studies, health and wellbeing, within an environment that incorporates contemplative education. South of the city, Nan Tien is the southern hemisphere's largest Buddhist temple, belonging to the Taiwanese Fo Guang Shan order. 14/7 - 18/8 The growing body of empirical research suggests that mindfulness practice is particularly useful for lowering chronic anxiety and pain, negative cognitions, and stress, and for increasing wellbeing. This subject also explores range of issues of contemporary concern, including the natural world, (environment, animals, conservation, bioethics), death and dying (abortion, suicide, euthanasia, war), health, gender and sexuality, business and social responsibility. The role of Buddhist philosophy, meditation, and practice in approaching morality and ethics, as well as contemporary developments in global Buddhism, is introduced and critically appraised. She has had over thirty years of teaching and research experiences at various universities in the EU and Australia. Sample Timetable Download For further information, please contact us on Nan Tien Temple PO Box 1336, Unanderra NSW 2526 Phone: (02) 4272 0600 Email: info@nantien.org.au * Activities are subject to change without notice * Prices are subject to change without notice * GST inclusive 1Minimum number 20 required. The subject also covers the basics of academic writing to help students present discussion and arguments effectively in written form. It is grounded in a strength-based, resilience-building approach while offering both applied and theoretical experience of compassion for personal and professional development in health care. Dr Jonathan Page graduated in Medicine with honors from Sydney University in 1976. Many people, however, would like to feel better equipped and trained in this area of their work. As an engaged Buddhist and Social Justice activist, Bee serves as Vice president of the ecumenical Buddhist organization, (based in South Korea) and is the founding Director of the independent. Welcome to Nan Tien Institute (NTI), Australia’s first tertiary institute grounded in Buddhist wisdom and values. The lectures will provide a comprehensive survey of tradition and change in Buddhist thought and practices throughout the history, while specific topics (such as politics, gender issues, society and environment in Buddhist context) will be investigated through film viewing, seminars, group discussions and projects. ‘Mindfulness: Theory and Practice for Schools’ is a two-day workshop distinctively tailored for school teachers. - Minimum number of people required for each class is 15. Select an option below to see step-by-step directions and to compare ticket prices and travel times in Rome2rio's travel planner. Other sessions will include an analysis of the characteristics and distinguishing qualities of diverse buddhas and bodhisattvas (with special attention to Avalokitesvara); symbols that convey the values and beliefs of Buddhism; the generation of merit through commissions; the visualisation of a deity; and the power of inscribed dharani and ‘seed’ syllables. Welcome back to the Nan Tien Temple. This subject will provide an opportunity to discuss how Buddhists in East Asia, South Asia and the West can continue to grow the religion in the future. The subject outlines the main features of contemporary feminist philosophy of religion, drawing particularly from the works of Luce Irigaray. Rome2rio is a door-to-door travel information and booking engine, helping you get to and from any location in the world. - Latest update: November. Inherent ethical challenges within mental health care will be explored through the lens of differing frameworks and traditions, including medical ethics and the core concepts of Buddhism. Tamara Ditrich’s disciplinary background is in Buddhist Studies, Sanskrit language and Vedic philology. This subject offers an insight into how Buddhism became one of the three pillars of traditional Chinese religions. In this subject, students will learn how to approach research in mental health by effectively searching the literature, critically appraising evidence, and assessing its significance. Answer 1 of 3: Hi, I did a search on 131500 on how to go from Sydney Central to Nan Tien Temple but I'm stuck at the Unanderra portion. The second part of the subject uses Buddhist sacred sites as experiential windows to further explore major aspects of the Chinese Buddhist tradition and its interaction with Chinese literature, philosophy, art, architecture and indigenous religious practices. 30/1    27/2    27/3    Select teachers, such as the First Patriarch of Zen, Bodhidharma, and noted monks, lamas, and laymen, will be considered as well. This subject provides a historical survey of the impact of Buddhism in Chinese culture, exploring its growth and transformation through significant people, doctrines, practices and institutions from the turn of the Common Era to the present. 17/4    29/5     19/6  12/5 - 16/6 * Please install Adobe Reader firstly to open the PDF documents. 10am to 4pm, Tuesday to Friday. Students will also have the opportunity to choose and investigate, in-depth, a specific application of mindfulness practice for their professional setting, and develop a practical teaching process applicable to specific clients. A state of wellbeing is defined as every individual having the opportunity to realise their own potential, cope with the normal stresses of life, work productively and fruitfully and make a contribution to their community. It is open for public from Tuesday to Friday, 11.30 am – 2.00 pm and 11.30 am – 2.30 pm on weekends and public holidays. The topics include Buddhist responses to globalisation, science and technology, economics, consumerism, workplace management, ethical leadership, bioethics, gender issues and environmental sustainability. There will be experiential exercises to cultivate various clinically beneficial meditative practices. The subject begins with an interdisciplinary overview of the so called “paradigms” of cognitive science, each of them representing one of the basic views on the nature of mind. Students will also critically analyse mental health research from an ethical perspective and will understand the importance of lived experience perspectives in research. Hsing Yun made the Buddhist temple more appealing by promoting the Dharma through songs and music, and injecting culture into the monastery by building art galleries, bookstores and tea houses within the temple complex. - All the classes and retreats on this timetable will be held at Nan Tien Temple at Berkeley. Students will become acquainted with recent scholarship on doctrines and historical development based on key passages from canonical texts such as Majjhima Nikāya, Buddhacarita, Diamond Sūtra, Platform Sūtra, Lotus Sūtra, Bodhicaryāvatāra, Vimalakirti Sūtra and Sumati Sūtra. 9/10 - 11/12. Website. It is a valuable therapeutic approach to a wide range of psychological, social and physical conditions. BLIA is headquartered in Hsi Lai Temple, California, and has 200 chapters in over 70 countries and regions. *Special Offer $70 for booking both Basic Buddhism and Meditation Class. There is also increasing empirical evidence suggesting its efficacy in reducing depressive symptoms. This NESA accredited course looks at the variety of applications of mindfulness in schools and examines how teachers can use mindfulness in the creation and maintenance of supportive, safe and effective learning environments. n this subject, you will explore the meaning of health and illness and how different traditions – especially the Greek-origin European ‘science’ tradition, Indian-origin Buddhist understandings, and traditional Chinese medical approaches – conceive of and act on mind-body health and ill health. Buddhist Teachings Buddhist Temple Buddhism Religion Budget Travel Travel Tips Be A Nice Human South Wales Australia Travel Day Trip. ***Meditation classes will be conducted at. Art is a form of psychotherapy for individuals, families and groups in which the participants engage in artistic processes within a therapeutic relationship. A study of more recent commentaries of these sūtras by humanistic Buddhist masters aims to cultivate students’ analytical ability and understanding of contemporary interpretation. Between 2018 and 2020 he was a Visiting Fellow at Nalanda-Sriwijaya Centre, ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute, Singapore, and a Käte Hamburger Kolleg Fellow at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. 17/7 - 11/9 17/10 - 12/12 (Chinese Speaking Children) 15/10 - 10/12 (Non-Chinese Speaking Children) Sat Thu. Fo Guang Shan Xiang Yun Temple is located on the scenic Capital of Texas Highway. The way that these representations impact on the mental health and wellbeing of older people and their access to healthcare will be analysed. Summary ... Humanistic Buddhism Centre, Nan Tien Institute One of these measures is the temporary closure of Nan Tien Institute’s physical campus. In this intensive course there will be sessions devoted to the visual communication of Buddhist teachings, e.g., the Wheel of the Six Realms of Existence, the Pure Lands, and the mandala. Students will practise the skills needed to conduct a needs analysis and plan and evaluate an intervention for a health promotion project. He is a Research Associate of the Humanistic Buddhism Centre of Nan Tien Institute. 3/3 - 7/4 Buddhist Ethics provides an overview of Buddhist ethics in different traditions; it also examines issues arising from their application in the contemporary world. Healing Traditions Buddhism and Psychotherapy, Research Methods and Evidence Based Practice, Professor Scherer is a senior Buddhist Studies scholar, a longstanding practitioner & lay teacher of Tibetan Buddhism. The following paradigms are examined: The latter position is explored in more detail: some of the most recent developments in the area of the study of lived human experience are examined (theoretically and experientially). This subject takes a lifespan perspective to nutrition, diet and exercise, addressing nutritional requirements fundamental to human growth through the lifespan, drawing on different health and science disciplines to provide a basis for understanding nutrition in the context of mental health. 2020 The subject “Mindfulness and Cognitive science” examines the foundations as well as some of most recent developments in the field of cognitive science – a rapidly growing area of research, integrating insights from a broad spectrum of disciplines concerned with the study of human mind. During his long university summer holidays, he spent many months over several years visiting Buddhist historical and contemporary sites of significance in India, Nepal, Pakistan, Afghanistan, Myanmar, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, whilst also inspecting medical institutions and frequently encountering recent or current warfare. The importance of social justice and equity in health care is emphasised. 9:00am-11:00am 4:00pm - 6:00pm. The subject will examine intersections of mindfulness meditation and scientific studies of consciousness. Email: info@nantien.org.au PH : +61 (2) 4272 0600 . Cedars are ever green with very nice smells. Students critically examine the meaning of life through Buddhist perspectives. Nan Tien Temple Chatswood, Sydney, Australia. The subject places emphasis both on theory and on practice: apart from the study and critical examination of primary and secondary sources on Buddhist environmentalism, students will participate in field activities examining local environmental issues. You will discuss the many factors that impact on healthy food choices and how foods can be utilised to enhance wellbeing.  24/4 - 19/6 It explores the theoretical foundations for meditative practice as well as the practical methods and techniques of meditation, and it also looks at the variety of applications of mindfulness in new contexts and environments. Chung Tian Temple (Chinese: 中天寺; pinyin: Zhōng tiān sì; lit. Construction of the temple began in January 1991 and it … The scholarship does not include the cost of living expenses, books or any other additional expenses associated with study at NTI or accompaniment by family members. Free Meditation Class (English) Every Sunday Sun: 3:00pm-4:00pm. The total trip duration for this route is approximately 47 min. Classes are conducted  online  via Zoom. Stonegrill Steakhouse: Wow from Texas! Find all the transport options for your trip from Unanderra Station to Nan Tien Temple right here. As an engaged Buddhist and Social Justice activist, Bee serves as Vice president of the ecumenical Buddhist organization Bodhimitra – International Lay Buddhist Forum (based in South Korea) and is the founding Director of the independent Intersectional Centre for Inclusion and Social Justice INCISE (https://incise.center), previously at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU, U.K.). Eat at Nan Tien Temple. It explores both classic and new sources of Buddhist environmentalism, as well as the position of environmentalism from other spiritual paths. This subject provides student practitioners with advanced skill development and understanding of best practices in engaging the public and devotees. 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