In this holy ‘month of merits’, the full moon day marks Saga Dawa Duchen, the single most holy day of the year commemorating the birth, enlightenment and death (parinirvana) of the Shakyamuni Buddha, also known as Vesak in the Theravadin tradition. On this day all actions are multiplied 100,000 times and is the perfect day to make offerings, perform wholesome deeds and for practice.
As we are still unable to get together properly for practice, we invite you to join us this evening online at 6.30pm via Facebook Live for a light offering followed by Chenrezi practice. Today is also a good day to recite mantras, donate to charity or do just a small act of kindness.
Starting Monday 27th September we are delighted to announce we are back open 5 days a week and restarting our classes for Meditation and Buddhism. See our Events page and Regular programme page for more information.We are still observing a maximum capacity of 8 in the Shrine (until further notice) so please book your place in advance of attendance by calling 01 4537427 and follow the guidelines of mask wearing, sanitisation and social distance. Our practice schedule is still available online via our Facebook page.
We are delighted to announce the restarting of our Meditation and Buddhism classes from Monday 27th Sept. Please book your place in advance of attendance by calling 01 4537427 and follow the guidelines of mask-wearing, sanitisation and social distance.