Regular pujas are held in the shrine room at Kagyu Ling.
To take part in pujas you should have taken refuge and received the appropriate initiation and lung (reading transmission) from a qualified Buddhist teacher. The exceptions are Chenrezik and 16 Arhats pujas, where all are welcome to sit in, even if you have not taken refuge or received the initiation.
Please note: there will be no pujas at Kagyu Ling, or on zoom, between Wednesday 5 April and Monday 10 April inclusive.
Chenrezik: each Sunday at 10.30 am. Also on zoom: Chenrezik puja zoom link
Dzambala: each Monday at 8pm. Dzambala zoom link
Medicine Buddha (Sanjay Menla): each Wednesday at 12.15pm. Sanjay Menla zoom link
16th Karmapa Guru Yoga: each Wednesday at 7pm. 16th Karmapa zoom link
Green Tara: each Saturday at 5pm. Green Tara zoom link
Lojong practice session: each Thursday at 8pm. Lojong zoom link
Occasional pujas (not zoomed)
Guru Rinpoche: (8pm unless otherwise stated) Friday 31 March. Sunday 30 April at 12.30pm. Tuesday 30 May. Wednesday 28 June. Friday 28 July. Saturday 26 August. Sunday 24 September at 12.30pm. Tuesday 24 October. Wednesday 22 November. Friday 22 December.
Amitabha: (8pm unless otherwise stated) Friday 5 May. Monday 3 July. Tuesday 1 August. Thursday 31 August. Friday 29 September. Sunday 29 October at 12.30pm. Monday 27 November. Tuesday 26 December.
Dorje Phagmo: (7pm unless otherwise stated) Friday 17 March. Saturday 15 April. Sunday 14 May at 12.30pm. Tuesday 13 June. Wednesday 12 July. Friday 11 August. Monday 9 October. Tuesday 7 November. Thursday 7 December.
Long Mahakala: (7pm unless otherwise stated) Monday 20 March. Wednesday 19 April. Thursday 18 May. Saturday 17 June. Sunday 16 July at 12.30pm. Tuesday 15 August. Wednesday 13 September. Friday 13 October. Sunday 12 November at 12.30pm. Monday 11 December.
There are four Buddha Days in 2023:
Tuesday 7 March – Chothrul Duchen
Sunday 4 June – Saga Dawa
Friday 21 July – Dharmachakra
Saturday 4 November – Lhabab Duchen
The 16 Arhats sadhana will be practised at Kagyu Ling at 8pm on Tuesday 7 March and Friday 21 July. On Sunday 4 June it will be at 12.30pm.
On Saturday 4 November there will be three sessions of practice of the 16 Arhats sadhana:
9am -10am; 10.30am – 11.30am and 12noon to 1pm.
People are welcome to attend one, two or all three sessions.
Anyone is welcome to sit in on the Buddha Day practice, even if you have not taken refuge. You can also join on zoom: Buddha Day zoom.