Dreams & Their Meaning: The Significance of Dreams In Buddhism | Sat 22 June


Workshop Description.

Our dreams may be blissful, mundane, or even frightening, but they can also be meaningful. Buddha’s teachings show us how to use dream experiences to gain important insights into our life. 

Through understanding and realizing the dreamlike nature of reality, we can solve our problems, reduce our fears, and experience lasting peace and happiness. 

Join us to learn about Buddhist teachings and meditations for seeing the dreaming mind as a spiritual teacher. 

Led by Resident Teacher, Gen Kelsang Rabten. Each session includes a brief teaching, and guided meditation Suitable for all levels of experience. 

Everyone is welcome!



Gen Kelsang Rabten is the Resident Teacher of KMC Australia (Dandenong Ranges) and KMC Melbourne (CBD). Ordained in 1994, he has studied under the guidance of Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso Rinpoche for 30 years. He has taught in many centres around the world including Australia, New Zealand, and South-East Asia.

Gen Rabten exemplifies the essence of the modern Kadampa’s way of life, brings a warm heart and joyful attitude to sharing Buddha’s teachings and the practice of meditation.


Event Information.

Address: KMC Australia | 25 McCarthy Road, Monbulk

Meals: Lunch is included in the workshop booking.

  • All meals served are vegan with some non-vegan options such as yoghurt available on the side.
  • We cannot guarantee allergen free meals and it is not possible for us to cater to individual dietary requirements. Our meals mainly use ingredients which are wheat free or gluten free, however there are times that the meal will contain traces of wheat or gluten, or the side dish is, for example, bread.
Shuttle: Belgrave station shuttle available If you need a pick-up or drop-off service, $15 per person per trip. To book please contact us here. 

Bookings close: 24 hours prior to the event starting.

If you have any questions, please contact us here. 

Workshop Timetable.
Registration | 10 - 10.25am
Teaching & Meditation | 10.30 - 11.30am
Teaching & Meditation | 12 - 1pm
Teaching & Meditation | 2.15 - 3.15pm