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A POWERFUL WELL-BEING PRACTICE – MEDICINE BUDDHA MEDITATIONS AND PRAYERS

Saturday 22 May 2-5pm

Medicine Buddha Sadhana Practice

The Medicine Buddha practice is specially for healing. It is helpful for treating both outer and inner illnesses. Outer illnesses are those we are familiar with. Inner illnesses are the afflictions of negative karma and the delusions, which are the basis of all the unhappiness we experience.

Medicine Buddha practice was taught by Guru Shakyamuni Budda and is a powerful method for purifying negative karmas. It is also very beneficial for health practitioners.

The session leader on Saturday 22 May from 2-5pm is Michael Joseph, a Tibetan Buddhist teacher, practitioner and long-time ​student of Venerable Geshe Loden.

SESSION DETAILS

Registration is not required.  All proceeds support maintenance of the temple and gardens. You can join the session in the temple or online.

During the session, we will break for afternoon tea. This is an opportunity to relax and ask questions informally or wander in the beautiful gardens if you are joining us in the traditional Tibetan temple. The facility charge is $15. 

IN THE TEMPLE 

You can join the classes at the magnificent traditional Tibetan temple at 20 Cookes Road, Yuroke (turn off Mickleham Road), or join the sessions online via YouTube. If it’s cold, the heating will be on. Please stay home if you are unwell. More details about our covid safe plan and requirements can be read here

ONLINE 

To access the online session link please search for the Tibetan Buddhist Society YouTube channel. For information about our full program and the YouTube link if needed please visit here

Online students are welcome to make a donation to attend – please link here.

For more info please visit our website, email events@tushita.org or phone 9333 1770.