Buddhist Chanted Prayers and Meditations at Akanishta Centre
If you enjoy meditating with others, chanted prayers are a great opportunity for you to engage in group meditation. Using ancient prayers translated into English, we receive the blessings, protection, and guidance of the holy beings. These spiritual practices create a strong connection with the Buddha’s and help us purify our negativity and fill our mind with positive, healing energy.
Everyone is welcome to attend
Chanted Prayer Times for May.
Wishfulfilling Jewel with Tsog
Friday 4th, 18th : 7.30pm
Tuesday 8th 1.30pm
Offering to the Spiritual Guide
Friday 11th : 7.30pm
Quick Path (HYT)
For details about these chanted prayers and meditations see below
Contains two essential practices. The first part is a special Guru Yoga practice in which we receive blessings and inspiration from our own Spiritual Guide visualized as Je Tsongkhapa, the founder of our tradition and the manifestation of all Buddhas’ wisdom, compassion, and spiritual power.
The second part of the puja is the condensed sadhana of the Dharma Protector in which we receive special care and protection from the Wisdom Buddha Dorje Shugden, the protector of Je Tsongkhapa’s tradition.
8th: Liberation from Sorrow
Praises and requests to the twenty-one Taras. Tara is a female Buddha if we rely upon Mother Tara sincerely and with strong faith, she will protect us from all obstacles and fulfill all our wishes. These praises are very powerful because they are Sutra, the actual words of Buddha.
10th & 25th each month: Offering to the Spiritual Guide with tsog
The essence of this Guru yoga practice is to develop a strong conviction that our Spiritual Guide is a Buddha, to make prostrations, offerings, and sincere requests to him or her, and then to receive his or her profound blessings.
15th: Mahayana precepts
With Bodhichitta motivation we practice for twenty-four hours a special moral discipline.
29th : Melodious drum Victorious in all Directions.
This is the extensive sadhana of the Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden.