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Vajrasattva Purification

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Friday 27 August @ 7:00 pm 8:00 pm

Tibetan Buddhist meditation to purify faults, transform guilt and regret, and reveal the innate and blissful purity of the mind.

Enjoy a guided meditation that can purify negative actions, destructive speech and disturbing emotions. Combined with the Four Opponent Powers, we can effectively overcome destructive habit patterns, and purify imprints left on our mind by past negative actions. It’s a perfect way to end the week – clean and clear!

The Vajrasattva meditation and chanting practice helps us to connect with the innate purity of our mind. It includes a guided visualisation, integrating the four opponent powers, and chanting the 100-syllable mantra.

There will be a screenshare to help with visualisation, and display of the mantra to make it easy to recite. Each class has a short reading and motivation beforehand, with an explanation of various aspects of the practice. There will be a chance to make personal dedications at the end.

Download the practice booklet if you wish to continue doing the practice on your own. It is composed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche, to use whenever we have broken a vow or engaged in any kind of negativity. With this pocket purification, we can clean up our karma without a second’s delay!

Presented by FPMT registered teacher:

Download the text:
https://shop.fpmt.org/Vajrasattva-short-sadhana-PDF_p_1223.html

Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST)
Brisbane, Australia

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To put an end to our samsaric suffering, we must do two things: One is to purify the negative actions we’ve done every day of our lives and in our infinite previous lives as well. We also have to change our minds and actions and abstain from creating further negativities.

Lama Zopa Rinpoche