HEART JEWEL PRAYERS AND GUIDED MEDITATION

  • DATE & TIME

    Chanted Heart Jewel Prayers with guided meditations from The New Meditation Handbook. This is available online for members.

    Sunday – Friday 5-6pm: The Guide Meditations:

    February

    Monday 26th – The Advantages of Cherishing Others

    Tuesday 27th – Exchanging Self with Others

    Wednesday 28th – Great Compassion

    Thursday 29th – No Heart Jewel – Melodious Drum 9am

    Friday 1st – Taking

    Sunday 3rd – No Heart Jewel due to course at Manjushri KMC

  • COURSE LEVEL

    Open to everyone

  • VENUE & PARKING

    Bodhisattva KMC, 3 Lansdowne Road, Brighton & Hove, BN3 1DN
    Free parking onsite

  • COURSE FEE & BOOKING

    FREE

    You are welcome to attend in person.

    Heart Jewel is available online for members. For more information on membership: CLICK HERE

Info

What is Heart Jewel Practice?

The daily practice or puja offered at Bodhisattva KMC is Heart Jewel which includes special prayers and requests to our Spiritual Guide, Je Tsongkhapa combined with the condensed prayer to his Dharma Protector and a guided meditation on Lamrim (stages of the path to Enlightenment.)

Gen Jigme will be guiding the 21 Lamrim meditations within the practice of Heart Jewel.  This is a wonderful opportunity to receive the blessings of Je Tsongkhapa, the protection of Dorje Shugden and deep familiarity with the 21 meditations that reveal the stages of the path to Enlightenment.

More info on the practice of Heart Jewel

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.

The second practice is a method for relying upon the Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden. Through this, we can overcome obstacles to our practice and create favourable conditions so that we can nurture and increase our Dharma realizations.

If we rely upon the Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden sincerely, our faith in Je Tsongkhapa will naturally increase and we will easily gain experience of the pure Buddhadharma transmitted directly to Je Tsongkhapa by the Wisdom Buddha Manjushri.

These two practices are the very essence of the New Kadampa Tradition of Mahayana Buddhism. If we practice them regularly and sincerely, we will reap a rich harvest of pure Dharma realizations, and eventually come to experience the supreme joy of full enlightenment.