Thurs 13th January
Public Talk – Mindfulness Meditation – A discourse by the Buddha
7pm for 7.30pm start
Legacy House – 89 Faulkner St.
Donation: $10 or $5 concession
VAJRA LING, Rocky River
Fri 14th to Thurs 20th January – Lama Je Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga Initiation and Retreat – $350 or $50 per day
Fri 21st January –
Black Manjushri Initiation – $50
Sat 22nd January –
White Mahakala Initiation – $50
CONTACT: for bookings or more information
Maxine Ross – (02) 6778 5038
Pedro Sousa – (02) 6771 3016 or 0438 249 493 or email: email@example.com
Lama Je Tsongkhapa Guru Yoga – This is a practice to increase wisdom, memory, compassion, patience and to ward off negative energies and utilise the power of the Buddhas to further your practice. With this practice, one makes a connection to Maitreya Buddha. It is simple, complete and effective for today’s modern individual.
The White Mahakala deity is the wrathful aspect of both the Four Armed Chenrezig and the Thousand Armed Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara), the bodhisattva of Compassion. The main role of the White Mahakala is to help people overcome diffculties and hardship (particularly in this degenerated time) so as to assist them to attain enlightenment within a short period of time. !is is important for those sentient beings facing short life spans. The White Mahakala protects one from fear of death and from pain and fear at the time of death and in the bardo state. He can magnetize wealth to those in need, provide assistance to the helpless and food to those who suffer in hunger.
He can eliminate all obstacles in our lives and all enemies to the development of our spirituality. The White Mahakala is the most widely revered of all wealth deities for its effectiveness and blessings.
Black Manjushri is the wrathful healing form of Manjushri that helps us to heal our deep inner negative emotions and mental suffering that arise due to sickness or problems; it is also a powerful antidote against the harm and disturbances caused by negative astrological influences.It helps us to confront and deal with the negative emotions, such as anger, depression, fear and denial, which arise when we are challenged by such diseases or when we are confronted with problems in our daily life.