Festivals

Triratna Day Festival

Origins of Transformation   In 1967 a new Buddhist Movement was set in motion in a basement in Central London when Sangharakshita and friends ritually dedicated the space to the Three Jewels. On Triratna Day we celebrate this occasion and the many lives transformed as the fire ignited that day continues to burn around the world. Tritana […]

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Parinirvana Festival Day

  There are key moments in the Buddha’s life which are celebrated and marked throughout the Buddhist world, such as the birth of the Buddha, his Enlightenment, his first teaching and the passing away of his body. Parinirvana Day is when we mark and celebrate the Buddha’s passing away. The Buddha in his usual fashion was

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Meditating With The 5 Elements

Saturday 30th December 11.00 till 15.00 Garden Shrine Room Exploring how, by creatively engaging with the qualities of the 5 Elements: Earth Water Fire Air Space We can deepen, enrich and inspire our meditation practice. Led by Padmottara For Experienced Meditators /Dharma practitioners Please bring a vegetarian lunch to share There is no need to book

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Sangha Day

Sunday  Morning 10.30   Meditation, talk and discussion 12.45    Lunch Afternoon  2.00 Meditation and Special Sevenfold Puja, including mitra reaffirmations 3.30   Tea and biscuits 4.00  Close You are warmly invited to come to all or any part of the day. There is no need to book, just turn up. By Donation

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Dr. Ambedkar Day

This extraordinary man, born in India as a Mahar and therefore considered ‘Untouchable,’ was a contemporary of Gandhi. Although he is much less well known, his legacy has been arguably every bit as great as Gandhi’s or even greater; as current Triratna Buddhists will readily testify. If issues of addressing inequality are of concern to

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Padmasambhava Day

You are warmly invited to come along to all or any part of the day. The day begins at 10.30  (doors open at 10.15) with a welcome and introduction from Vidyadhara, and meditation. Then Dharmajit will introduce the 7 line prayer to Padmasambhava – its practice and place in his own Dharma life before chanting

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