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Medicine Buddha Puja
Friday 29 September @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Connect with the universal healing energy of the Buddha, avert sickness and disease, help those who passed away, and bless your medicines.
This popular puja is recommended by Lama Zopa Rinpoche as particularly effective during these difficult times. It is sung entirely in English, and enjoyed Buddhists and non-Buddhists alike.
Medicine Buddha is not just for illness, but for all flourishing and success in our Dharma practice and in our temporal life. The nectar of the Dharma helps create harmony, and to create positive environment for inner flourishing.
This puja helps to clear and avert obstacles due to sickness, diseases, and mental turmoil. In the ceremony we recite the special prayers to each of the seven healing Buddhas with their specific abilities and promises to help beings. Just hearing their names, and the many ways they promised to help beings, can help remove external obstacles and resolve internal problems.
There will be an opportunity to make personal dedications for friends and family, the sick and vulnerable, healing the planet and the end of the pandemic. We will also dedicate for success in all our studies and Dharma aspirations.
“This practice is especially beneficial if you are helping others, especially if you are doing healing work. It helps you to be more accurate and beneficial.”– Lama Zopa Rinpoche
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.
If you are attending in person, remember to BYO medicines to be blessed during the ceremony. Please ensure any offerings are commercially packaged. They will be offered to the needy at a later date.
If you are joining us from home, download the text, set up some offerings, and arrange your medicines and vitamins to be blessed.
Can’t come to the puja but still want to donate to the offerings?
Make a contribution on someone’s behalf, with an option to send an eCard or tribute to them if you wish.