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A Wave of Blessings: Triratna Day 2021

Sat 3rd Apr : 5:00 am - 11:00 pm

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Wave in the sea in golden light

In April 1967 Bhante Sangharakshita founded what was to become the Triratna Buddhist Community. Over fifty years on, we celebrate this event and all that Bhante has given us, looking forward to how we continue to unfold his legacy in the future. To share the story, Windhorse Publications are offering a free digital copy of Subhuti’s Sangharakshita: A New Voice in the Buddhist Tradition, until 10th April.

Bhante spent his last years at Adhisthana, the Place of Blessings, and we can imagine a wave of blessings spreading out from the burial mound across the world, like the waves from a pebble dropped into a pond.

An International Programme hosted online by Adhisthana

Today’s sessions are a collaboration between Adhisthana and different parts of the world, creating a bridge between the geographical areas that make up Triratna. Everyone is welcome today and all time zones are accommodated – the times shown here are UK time. Come to as many or as few sessions as you like, no need to be there at the start! Full information and joining details on the Buddhist Centre Online, where you can also sign up for updates

5 am: The Green Stone, from New Zealand
7 am: In the Presence of the Buddha, from Adhisthana
9.30 am: Triratna: A Living Tradition, from Adhisthana and Australia
3 pm: Ritual and Devotion: Words of Our Teacher, from India and Adhisthana
6.30 pm: Blessings of all the Buddhas, from Adhisthana
10 pm: Young Today: Wise Tomorrow? from Adhisthana

Manchester Buddhist Centre isn’t the organiser for this event, but we’ll be there in large numbers for this significant celebration – do join us even if you are quite new to our community

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Sat 3rd Apr
5:00 am - 11:00 pm
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Manchester Buddhist Centre
16-20 Turner Street
Manchester, M4 1DZ United Kingdom


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