Venerable Jhado will be at the Hayagriva Buddhist Centre at Kensington on 2nd April 2015. Please click here for more info: Hayagriva Jenang with Reverend Jhado Rinpoche 2 April 2015 v6
KMC Perth Official Opening – Blessing Ceremony with Gen Kelsang Rabten
Saturday 15 November; 5.45pm for a 6pm start
The address is 158 Canning Highway, East Fremantle
Centre blessing – Offering to the Spiritual Guide Puja (chanted prayers)
This beautiful Tsog Offering Puja is a powerful method form accumulating merit, purifying negativity and receiving the blessings of all the enlightened beings.
Whenever world leaders gather, such as is happening now for the G20 conference in Brisbane; there is a potential for great good and benefit for the world and all its inhabitants. Even as economic matters are discussed there is the opportunity to take united action against climate change and environmental damage.
This being the case we are pleased to release our statement on Climate Change today in this way: Read more »
The Dharmadatu Buddhist Order of WA launched a new worldwide Facebook initiative this week to promote harmony and co-operation between the many and varied traditions, schools, sects and groups within Buddhism. The site is called One-World: Buddhist Cyber Sangha and already it has attracted a significant number of followers and contributors including several Venerables, Lama’s, one Geshe and the head of the Amida Buddhist Order as well as many other established Dharma practitioners across the globe. You are invited to visit the page and to consider adding your voice.
More than a thousand Buddhist supporters, especially from the Thai community, celebrated the Kathina ceremony at Bodhinyana Monastery on Sunday 12th Oct 2014. The monks of Bodhinyana Buddhist Monastery in Perth’s hill suburb of Serpentine have been on their annual three month retreat for the past three months. The Kathina ceremony marks the end of the Vassa retreat (Rains Retreat). Ajahn Brahm the abbott of the monastery led the monks and accepted offers of gifts to the monks (sangha) from the lay supporters and also a special offering from the the King of Thailand. Read more »