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Sutra & Light Offerings for DAY OF MIRACLES

On this most special of Buddhist days, we will combine our collective efforts and good-heartedness to create mountains of merit and generate realisations. By offering a simultaneous recitation of the **Heart Sutra and White Umbrella**, and becoming living light offerings together, over zoom we can offer on behalf of the world! (ONLINE)

What’s a Holiday, Anyway?

It’s given me a great sense of joy over the ‘holidays’ to re-create our website, our virtual mandala for you all. I am really chuffed that every time you visit our homepage you will now be offered the 8 auspicious symbols!

Nyung-Ne Retreat (Final morning)

A challenging yet rewarding retreat on Chenrezig the compassion buddha. This purification method involves keeping physical discipline, meditation and prostrations, and silence and fasting on the second day. It is a powerful means of purification, and especially useful for people whose busy schedules cannot accommodate long-term retreat. (ONLINE)

Nyung-Ne Retreat (Day 2)

A challenging yet rewarding retreat on Chenrezig the compassion buddha. This purification method involves keeping physical discipline, meditation and prostrations, and silence and fasting on the second day. It is a powerful means of purification, and especially useful for people whose busy schedules cannot accommodate long-term retreat. (ONLINE)

Nyung-Ne Retreat (Day 1)

A challenging yet rewarding retreat on Chenrezig the compassion buddha. This purification method involves keeping physical discipline, meditation and prostrations, and silence and fasting on the second day. It is a powerful means of purification, and especially useful for people whose busy schedules cannot accommodate long-term retreat. (ONLINE)

Nyung-Ne Retreat (Intro)

A challenging yet rewarding retreat on Chenrezig the compassion buddha. This purification method involves keeping physical discipline, meditation and prostrations, and silence and fasting on the second day. It is a powerful means of purification, and especially useful for people whose busy schedules cannot accommodate long-term retreat. (ONLINE)

Annual Refuge Ceremony with Geshe Tsultrim

Taking Refuge means taking the Buddha, his teachings (the Dharma), and the Sangha as one’s primary guidance and protection, and keeping the Refuge vows and commitments. Geshe Tsultrim will bestow the ceremony in an unbroken lineage from the time of the Buddha. In this ceremony new students can take refuge for the first time, and established students can renew their vows. (IN-PERSON)

LTC Annual General Meeting (AGM) 2021

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Langri Tangpa Centre Members. We present highlights of program, people and place. It’s an opportunity to find out about the inner workings of LTC, and marvel at the incredible effort that goes on behind the scenes! Refreshments and rejoicing afterwards! (RSVP essential)

LTC Annual General Meeting 2020

The Annual General Meeting (AGM) for Langri Tangpa Centre Members. We present our annual updates of program, people and place. It’s an opportunity to find out about the inner workings of LTC, and marvel at the incredible effort that goes on behind the scenes! Chai, cheesecake and rejoicing afterwards! (RSVP essential)

The Dharma Kit-bag

A workshop on everything you ever wanted to know about Tibetan Buddhist ritual but were afraid to ask! Learn how to offer the long mandala, set up your own altar and water bowls, and do prostrations. Be inspired by the profound meaning behind these rituals. Get comfortable with gompa etiquette, and discover how to relate to the sangha respectfully.

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