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Golden Light Sutra Recitation

"This “King of Glorious Sutras”, contains everything needed, from daily happiness to complete enlightenment. It contains a heart-rending practice of confession and rejoicing, profound teachings on dependent arising, reliable assurances of protection, guidelines for ideal government, and awe-inspiring stories of the Buddha’s previous lives, in which the Buddha shows how, even before he had completely…

Lama Tsongkhapa Day

Ganden Ngamchoe, literally “Ganden Offering of the Twenty-Fifth Day,” or Lama Tsongkhapa Day, is a celebration of the anniversary of Lama Tsongkhapa’s parinirvana. It is celebrated on the twenty-fifth day of the tenth month of the Tibetan calendar. Lama Zopa Rinpoche encourages FPMT centers, projects, and services to engage in a variety of practices on…

Death Cafe

Talking about death won’t kill you. In a relaxed and friendly space, it can raise awareness and create lively and interesting conversation. When we talk about death, it can help us to accept that death is a normal part of life. Come and enjoy some cake and a cuppa in an inclusive and non-judgemental gathering.…

End of Year Dinner and Silent Auction

Please join us for a delicious 3 course meal at "Taste of Nepal" to celebrate the life of Lama Zopa Rinpoche. There will be a Silent Auction, good food and good company! Bookings are essential, click here to book through Trybooking.

Time to Purify and Rejoice

Gen Dondrub will give a short explanation of Vajrasattva Purification Meditation and lead us in the practice. We will then have time to rejoice in our and others good deeds for 2023, followed by the dedication of the merit. By Donation

Shamatha Meditation Retreat with Venerable Tenzin Tsapel

Buddha House 496 Magill Rd, Magill, SA, Australia

This calm abiding retreat will explore the development of single-pointed concentration utilising three main objects: The breath as it relates to the tactile field, the body Resting the mind in its natural state, observing mental events, including feelings and other events Awareness of awareness Ven. Tsapel will give explanations of the technique, lead us in…

Losar – Lama Yeshe Day

Losar is a celebration in itself, but also marks the passing of Lama Thubten Yeshe at the age of 49 in the early morning of Losar 1982. He was a charismatic visionary who founded the FPMT and inspired thousands of students including his main disciple our Spiritual Director Lama Zopa Rinpoche. Their organisation has grown…

Monlam – The Great Prayer Festival

10 February to 24 February 2024 Monlam was established by Lama Tsongkhapa. It begins on Losar (Tibetan New Year) and culminates on the Day of Miracles (Chotrul Duchen). Any actions done during Monlam, both auspicious and harmful, are multiplied. It is therefore a very powerful time to practise and increase one’s commitment to both practice…

Death Cafe

Talking about death won’t kill you. In a relaxed and friendly space, it can raise awareness and create lively and interesting conversation. When we talk about death, it can help us to accept that death is a normal part of life. Date: Saturday 17 February Time: 9.45 for 10 am start. Full 2 hour session…

Day of Miracles (Chotrul Duchen)

The Great Prayer Festival ends in the first auspicious day for the year, the Day of Miracles. The first to the fifteenth day of the Tibetan new year commemorates the special time when Guru Shakyamuni Buddha displayed a different miracle every day for fifteen days. All fifteen days are merit multiplying days, when the merit…

Remembering Rinpoche on the Anniversary of His Passing

Program for the day... 1pm -3pm Setting Up Extensive Offerings 3pm - 4pm Chanting the Names of Noble Manjushri 4pm - 5pm Extensive Offering ceremony 5pm - 5.30pm Soup & Bread will be served - Please rsvp to spc@buddhahouse.org for catering purposes. 5.30pm - 8pm Lama Chopa Puja with Tsog Offering “Making offerings on the…

Event Series Dharma For Kids

Dharma For Kids

This program aims to help children develop universal ethics for a happy life. Activities that encourage a caring attitude and mindfulness, include a short meditation, stories, children's yoga and role play. Children between the ages of 4 and 10 years are welcome to attend and must be accompanied by an parent/carer for the duration of…

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