Online Prayers

About Online Prayers

‘Every day from the depths of our heart we should recite requesting prayers to the enlightened Buddhas, while maintaining deep faith in them. This is a simple method for us to receive the Buddhas’ blessings continually. We should also join group prayers, known as ‘pujas’, organized at Buddhist Temples or Prayer Halls, which are powerful methods to receive Buddha’s blessings and protection.’

Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, Modern Buddhism: The Path of Compassion and Wisdom

The benefits of chanted prayers:
– receive powerful blessings
– experience a peaceful mind
– less worry and anxiety
– improved relationships
– connect with enlightened beings
– renewed energy and enthusiasm for our spiritual life

At KMC Wales we offer a regular programme of chanted prayers on a weekly and monthly basis. We warmly invite you to join us – everyone is welcome to attend

April Live Stream Prayers Links:

Wishfulfilling Jewel with tsog offering – Friday, 9th April 7.30 to 8.40pm, Friday, 16th April 7.30 to 8.40pm, Friday, 23rd April 7.30 to 8.40pm

Offering to the Spiritual Guide – Saturday, 10th April 7.30 to 9.15pm, Thursday, 15th April 7.30 to 9.15pm, Sunday, 25th April 7.30pm to 9.15pm

Melodious Drum – Thursday, 29th April 2 to 5.30pm

Tara Prayers – Thursday, 8th April – online from Manjushri KMC

Precepts – Wesdnesday, 14th and Thursday 15th April 6.30 to 7am as part of the Nyungnay Fasting Retreat

Powa Ceremony – Wednesday, 28th April 7.30 to 8.30pm

The Powa ceremony are special prayers made for those who have recently died. If you wish to include a particular person in these prayers then please contact Roland our Education Programme Coordinator via epc@meditationinwales.org. You can also request a Powa ceremony to be arranged for individuals at other times – again please get in touch with Roland.