Pujas and Prayers


Our Next Puja Will Take Place 

March 17th – 1pm

This Puja has been cancelled due to illness.   Please check back for further scheduled events!


 Tara Puja

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Tara is known as the “Mother of all Buddhas” for she represents the wisdom of reality from which all the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas are born. The Tara Puja includes offering and requests to Mother Tara to help us overcome the many inner and external obstacles to our spiritual development and to achieve success in our Dharma practice.

This practice/puja serves to deepen our connection to this female embodiment of compassion. Because Tara dispels obstacles to our practice, Lama Zopa Rinpoche has suggested that students perform the ritual when circumstances seem the bleakest.

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Please bring an item for our food bank collection

for more information on pujas click here:

The Meaning of Pujas

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Gendun Drubpa Buddhist Centre Prayer List 

If you would like to add someone to our prayer list, please use the form below.  Please let us know if it is a person or an animal, date of death or if they are ill or experiencing difficulties in life.

 

 Pujas are offered by donation

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