Saturday February 4th 2017, 10.30am – 4.30pm

Medicine Buddha Instruction and Puja

Medicine Buddha thangkaToday’s high pressure society puts us under great stress that can result in imbalance of physical, emotional and mental health. To redress the balance and cultivate peace and wellbeing of mind we need to use the methods of mind. Therefore we practice the profound spiritual techniques of Medicine Buddha.

Ani Rinchen will give practice instructions, to those who have taken Refuge, enabling them to do the Puja.

The morning session will be devoted to explanations of the profound meaning of Medicine Buddha practice, followed by instructions on the text, visualisations, mantra, music and offerings. The afternoon session will include a screening of the Medicine Buddha Empowerment given by His Holiness the 17th Karmapa, with translation by Ringu Tulku Rinpoche. The course will conclude with attendees participating in the Medicine Buddha Puja, dedicated to the health and relief from suffering of all sentient beings.

Texts with inserts are available to purchase (£6) Please bring a pencil and red pen for text marking and a notebook if you wish to take notes.

Contributions – £25 (concessions £20)