Heruka Vajrasattva Tsog
Friday 22 December @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Special Christmas Celebration! Offering tsog draws us closer to the guru, purifies broken samaya, and energies our practice. Everyone is welcome to join this short yet profound ceremony – across the pixels of light – to create a joyous and strong group karma.
Over and over again we have been advised: actualise the lam rim, develop realisations in the heart. The yoga method of Heruka Vajrasattva has the power to purify all negative energy, which is the main thing preventing you from actualising the path.
We chant the beautiful Tibetan tunes, make offerings and recite the 100 Vajrasattva mantra – a profound method to meditate on emptiness, the ultimate purification.
Tsog means “gathering”. By gathering together to offer tsog we are making space. When the right space opens, realisations come as if magnetically attracted. Even if some of us are gathering across the digital divide, in our hearts we gather together all the things we’re offering, together across space and across time.
“When you feel that you cannot meditate—there are too many interruptions, you cannot do anything, you cannot solve your problems—remember that there is something else you can do to remove obstacles to your progress: purification, such as Heruka Vajrasattva Tsog.”– Lama Thubten Yeshe
This ceremony will be led by:
Miffi MaxmillionRegistered FPMT Teacher
The Spiritual Program Co-ordinator of LTC, leading beginner’s courses since 1998. With a background in circus and costumes, Miffi lends a contemporary flavour to both Buddhist psychology and ritual ceremonies.
Yes, you can just come on the night, but your RSVP helps us plan – thank you!
Can’t attend but still wish to contribute to the offerings?
If you cannot make it to the puja, you can still be involved in the offering. You can also make a contribution on someone’s behalf, with an option to send an eCard or tribute to them if you wish.