Medicine Buddha Puja

We offer Medicine Buddha Puja (prayers) once a month. The session includes Buddhist prayers and meditation that focus on power and benefits of Medicine Buddha. Medicine Buddha practice is a very powerful method for healing purposes: both physical and spiritual healing. More information about Medicine Buddha practice can be found here. You do not need to be a Buddhist to join this puja.

We also offer prayer service at the end of puja, for any dedication you like us to do on behalf. If you have any request, including prayers for the deceased, please contact us.

Meditation and text reading

We commence the session with some guided meditation. Currently, we are doing meditation on loving kindness - a technique to cultivate feeling of love and care for everyone around us. We will then read and discuss the text, "Meditation", authored by Geshe Tenzin Zopa. This text can be accessed here. As the name suggests, the book is all about meditation - why it is needed, how to do it and it also introduce different types of meditation. Most importantly, it covers the right motivation to meditation. The text is suitable for all who seeks lasting happiness. 

Our regular activities are designed based on advices given by our beloved teachers, Geshe Tenzin Zopa and Geshe Thubten Sherab during their recent visits in 2016/17. 

The regular activities planned for the rest of the year are:

Date

Activity

Time

25 October 2017 (Wed)

Meditation and text reading

6:30pm – 8.30pm

28 October 2017 (Sat)

Medicine Buddha Puja

7pm – 9pm

8 November 2017 (Wed)

Meditation and text reading

6:30pm – 8.30pm

22 November 2017 (Wed)

Meditation and text reading

6:30pm – 8.30pm

26 November 2017 (Sun)

Medicine Buddha Puja

4pm – 7pm


There are no activities planned for December 2017 and our regular activities resumed in late January 2018. All regular activities are carried out at a private residence in Wagga Wagga, NSW. If you are interested in joining us, please contact us for the address. 

It is important to note that all Dharma activities are offered free of charge. However, we do have general overheads and our survival does rely on public donations. All donations received will be used to pay for fixed administrative costs of the group and facilities costs (flights + accommodation) for visiting teachers. Giving donations from your own side is a good opportunity to practise generousity. So, donations of any amounts are welcome anytime and are received with gratitude. 

No RSVP is required for all the regular activities, just turn up with open heart and mind.

Enquires? Please contact us.