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Sangha Day

The Sangha Festival Day celebrates Sangha. This is the spiritual community that supports us in following the Dharma and is the third of the three jewels of Triratna. This day is an opportunity to celebrate and strengthen our spiritual community in Ipswich. More details nearer the time. How to join No… Read More »Sangha Day

Padmasambhava Day

The Padmasambhava Festival Day celebrates the semi-legendary figure of Padmasambhava who overcame malicious local deities to introduce Buddhism to Tibet in the 8th Century.  We draw inspiration from Padmasabhava for our own effort to follow the Dharma. How to join No need to book. Just turn up. The event is… Read More »Padmasambhava Day

Dharma Day

The Buddha Festival Day is our opportunity to mark the day that the Buddha started to deliver his teachings. More details nearer the time 🙂 How to join No need to book. Just turn up. The event is offered without charge but please remember that the Centre is powered by… Read More »Dharma Day

Buddha Day

Buddha Day

The Buddha Festival Day celebrates the day that Siddhartha Gautama achieved enlightenment in India 2500 years ago and became the Buddha whose teaching we follow. More details follow nearer the time. How to join No need to book. Just turn up. The event is offered without charge but please remember that… Read More »Buddha Day

Parinirvana Day

The Parinirvana Festival Day is our opportunity to mark the end of the Buddha’s earthly existence and an opportunity to reflect on the life and death of our teacher and our own experience of impermanence. If you wish to bring a photograph of a friend or loved one who has… Read More »Parinirvana Day

Puja Evening

More info on this evening of Buddhist ritual will be provided close to the event. “There will be some instruction and explanation given, but following the edict of ‘show rather than tell’, we will be performing puja rather than talking about its significance.” Amoghavajra. How to join This is an… Read More »Puja Evening

Puja Evening

This evening’s practice will centre around Vajrasattva and inspirational verses from the Tibetan Book of the Dead. An introduction and explanation will be given on the evening. All welcome. “There will be some instruction and explanation given, but following the edict of ‘show rather than tell’, we will be performing… Read More »Puja Evening

Puja Evening

A monthly puja night with Amoghavajra. Each evening has its own theme which will normally be announced here a few days before the event. “There will be some instruction and explanation given, but following the edict of ‘show rather than tell’, we will be performing puja rather than talking about… Read More »Puja Evening