Group Prayers - Bodhichitta Kadampa Buddhist Centre

Chanted Group Prayers

Purify negativity and increase your good fortune

Rae Supeene


1 Sunday a Month | Bodhichitta Centre

Sunday, July 17  |10-10.50am

Sunday, Aug 21 | 11.45am-12.40pm

Check calendar for date and time.
Use the button below to request a dedication at our next Powa.

Once a month the Center engages in a lovely ritual practice on behalf of those who have recently deceased.  Through doing Powa Ceremony with faith, compassion, and concentration we can transfer the consciousness of those recently deceased to a higher rebirth or to the Pure Land of a Buddha.  Food and flower offerings (tending toward white) are welcome.  (45 minutes – 1 hour)

Please note: If you would like to request a dedicated Powa Ceremony for someone you know who has recently died, please contact our EPC at:   We will try our best to accommodate your request.

Dorje Shugdan


Will restart in the Fall at a Day and Time TBD

Check calendar for date and time, usually Fridays at 1:30pm

This practice is the heart essence of Kadampa Buddhism.  In the first part we visualize our Spiritual Guide as Je Tsongkhapa and make prayers and requests to purify negativity, accumulate merit, and receive blessings.  This prepares our mind for a brief meditation on the Stages of the Path to Enlightenment.  After the meditation we make prayers to our Dharma Protector, Dorje Shugden.  Through this we can overcome obstacles to our practice and create favorable conditions so that we can nurture and increase our pure Dharma realizations.

Green Tara Close up


8th of the Month | Bodhichitta Centre

Fri, July 8 | 10am

Mon, Aug 8 | 1 pm

Held on the 8th of the month.  Check calendar for time.

At Kadampa Centers worldwide, the eighth of the month is Tara Day.  Tara is a female Buddha, whose name means “Rescuer”.  She is a manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas.  If we rely upon Tara sincerely and with strong faith, she will protect us from all obstacles and fulfill all our wishes.  

Everyone is welcome and invited to join us for Tara’s chanted prayer practice, Liberation from Sorrow.  (1 hour)

Green Tara Close up


10th and 25th of the month | Bodhichitta Centre

Sat, June 25 | 1pm

Sun, July 10 | 10am

Mon, July 25 | 6pm

Held on the 10th and 25th of the month in-person and, occasionally, also online.  Check calendar for time.

This is a special Guru Yoga of Je Tsongkhapa in conjunction with Highest Yoga Tantra that is a preliminary practice for Vajrayana Mahamudra.  The main practice is relying upon our Spiritual Guide as a Buddha and making praises and requests, but it also includes all the essential practices of the stages of the path and training the mind, as well as both the generation stage and completion stage of Highest Yoga Tantra.

By relying upon Je Tsongkhapa our compassion, wisdom, and spiritual power naturally increase.  This practice includes a tsog offering so you can bring a vegetarian food offering with you if you wish.  (2 hours)

Green Tara Close up


 Check back for schedule starting in the Fall  | Bodhichitta Centre

Check calendar in case of exceptions.

A special Guru yoga of Je Tsongkhapa combined with the condensed sadhana of his Dharma Protector and a short meditation on Lamrim.  This puja includes two practices revealed by the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri.  The first is a special Guru yoga in which we visualize our Spiritual Guide as Je Tsongkhapa, who himself is a manifestation of Manjushri.

By relying upon this practice, we can purify negativity, accumulate merit, and receive blessings.  In this way, we will naturally accomplish all the realizations of the stages of the path of Sutra and Tantra, and in particular we will attain a very special Dharma wisdom.

Buddha Vajrasattva


Tuesdays | 9.30am |Bodhichitta Centre

FOR HIGHEST YOGA TANTRA PRACTITIONERS ONLY.  Check calendar in case of exceptions.

Vajrayogini is a female enlightened Deity of Highest Yoga Tantra who is the manifestation of the wisdom of all Buddhas.  By relying upon this practice sincerely, with a good heart and a mind of faith, it is definitely possible to attain full enlightenment; but to accomplish such results we must practise this sadhana regularly.  To practise the sadhana successfully we should first receive the empowerment of Vajrayogini, and then study authentic instructions on the practice such as those found in the commentary Guide to Dakini Land