Dharma Day: Vajrasattva

Vajrasattva: Getting back to normal, coming home to who we really are
Sunday 25 July

Watch the short video introduction by Maitrisara

In person, open to all
Doors open  9.45am
Family friendly 1.00-4.30pm

Vajrasattva is a beautiful Buddha figure embodying essential Dharma truths. He symbolises the teaching that we are in possession of enormous riches but don’t realise it. In the morning Karunavajra will give a talk about Vajrasattva and how he can help and inspire us in these times of transition. We will also explore Vajrasattva though art, discussion, puja and mantra.


10.00am Mantra and meditation

10.50am Tea

11.15m Talk by Karunavajra: Vajrasattva: Getting back to normal, coming home to who we really are (Zoom option)

12.00 noon Discussion groups

1.00pm Lunch

2.15pm Colouring Vajrasattva activity

3.15pm Tea

3.35pm Vajrasattva puja

4.30pm Clear up and leave

No need to book. No charge. – please make a donation if you can.

Zoom from 11.15am-1.00pm (for the talk and groups) and 3.30-4.30pm (for the puja). Here is the link.
COVID safety
Despite the relaxation of restrictions we have been thinking through all the ways we can minimise risk to people attending the Buddhist Centre. For this event we will be in the garden as much as possible, and when inside, in large airy rooms. Seats will be 2m apart. While face coverings are no longer mandatory, it would be helpful if you chose to continue wearing them for now, especially walking around the building, including in the toilets and in any spaces that feel confined. Tea will be available but the team will make it for you so that we are not clustering round the urn or touching the same items. Please bring your own lunch.