Thanks to the generosity of Dominique Briggs, a talented artist deeply devoted to Lama Zopa Rinpoche, this stunning piece is now offered as a complimentary postcard at the Jamyang London Buddhist Centre for all of you to cherish. Join us as we delve into the captivating journey of Dom and the story behind this awe-inspiring artwork, which beautifully encapsulates the wisdom and tranquillity of Lama Zopa Rinpoche
We are exceptionally fortunate to have the chance to host the teachings of Lama Dagpo Rinpoche from Saturday to Sunday, 16th to 17th December, online, featuring ‘The Sealed Bodhicitta Instruction.’ This is an incredibly valuable opportunity. Explore more details about Lama Dagpo Rinpoche in this post.
November 4th marks an auspicious day (duchen) in Buddhism called Lhabab Duchen, which celebrates Shakyamuni Buddha’s return and descent to earth from the heaven Trayastrimsha. In this post, we will explore the significance of this event, why we celebrate it and how we remember the occasion.
Recently, the FPMT has shared important advice from His Holiness the Dalai Lama for Lama Zopa Rinpoche’s Swift Return.
Meditation in Buddhism plays a key role in awakening and freedom from suffering, featuring as one-third of the Noble Eightfold Path, alongside virtuous conduct and wisdom.
Help us to reach our fundraising goals! Find out more about Part III of Honouring the Lineage Project.
Mandala Lab: Where emotions can turn to wisdom.
Chokhor Duchen, one of four annual holy days marking important events in the life of Shakyamuni Buddha, takes place this year on 21 July.
On Chokhor Duchen we celebrate the Buddha’s first teaching, also known as the first turning of the Dharma Wheel. It’s also International Sangha Day, when the FPMT family celebrates the community of monks and nuns who have chosen a life in ordination as their spiritual path, for the benefit of others.