Buddhism is a path of practice and spiritual development leading to insight into the true nature of reality. Buddhist practices like meditation are means of changing yourself in order to develop the qualities of awareness, kindness, and wisdom.

An image of a gold Buddha statue in a temple

Chaplain: Buddhist Monk Luang-Phi Rain

Luang-Phi Rain was ordained in 1998 after intensive training at Wat Phradhammakaya, Thailand. He has taught meditation and Buddhist teachings in Thailand, Japan, Germany and Australia, and is now based in the Dhammakaya Meditation Center of WA.

Email: inpeace.prj@gmail.com

Phone: 0483 861 254

Events and services


Luang-Phi is available for guidance on campus, Wednesdays between 9am – 10:30am.

Weekly Meditation

Luang-Phi also leads an inclusive, weekly meditation on Wednesdays between 12pm – 1pm, in the B109 meditation room. These sessions are open to everyone.

Please check the Multi-faith Facebook page for updates.

Student clubs

Curtin Be With Buddha Society

A university Buddhist club that aims to organise fun activities to build friendships and learn more about the Humanity Vehicle Buddhism. This club identifies as Mahayana.