Saturday, June 6th1 pm – 5pm
Vajrakilaya and Yangdak Heruka empowerment and practice
according to the lineage of Tsasum Lingpa,
with Dharmapala prayers and tsok ceremony
Vajrakilaya is the embodiment of all the buddhas‰۪ activities and is one of the most famous practices of the Nyingma School. Practicing on Vajrakilaya removes our obstacles, eases the flow of Dharma activity, and reveals buddha-nature.
The book “The Dark Red Amulet: Oral Instructions on the Practice of Vajrakilaya” by the Venerable Khenpo Rinpoches will be available.
Sunday, June 7th: Saga Dawa Duchen
10am – 1pm
These are very special days to restrengthen and deepen our Dharma practice as virtuous activities are said to be multipled by ten million times. Rinpoches will give transmission and practice of the “Buddha sadhana” by Mipham Rinpoche, with white tsok ceremony in celebration of Saga Dawa Duchen, and dedications prayers for world peace and the benefit of all beings.
Suggested donation: PBC members $52; $30/day
Non-members $65; $35/day
NOTE: Everyone is welcome to please bring fresh, unopened food offerings for the tsok ceremonies on both days. Sunday is a white tsok in honor of the final day of Saga Dawa Duchen – the anniversary of Buddha Shakyamuni’s birth, enlightenment, and mahaparinirvana.
If you have any questions please call: (607) 865-8068
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special practice will also be held at other Padmasambhava Buddhist Centers in conjunction with this full moon anniversary of Buddha Shakyamuni’s enlightenment and mahaparinirvana. Contact your local PBC center for further details.
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