Fridays 7pm : May 15 , 22, 29
Senior student Dave Webb will lead practices recommended by Lama Zopa Rinpoche. All welcome.
Note: None of these sessions will be held at the centre. All sessions are accessible only online.
In order to send you the details to access the online session, we need your email address. Please register using the form below no later than noon on Friday. On Friday afternoon (by 6pm), we will email the details to all registrants. The session which begins at 7pm. We recommend that you join the online meeting by 6.45pm in order to have time to iron out any technical issues that may arise. You only need to register once to receive the email for each of the 3 weeks.
We will be using Zoom as our online meeting platform. More information on this platform is provided on this page below the registration form.
REMAINING ATTENDEES PER SESSION
Fri 15, 22 and 29 May 7pm Online COVID-19 Practices & PrayersOn entry xtras1=43
On entry xtras2=50
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Some of the following practices and prayers will be done. Download or view the text from the links below:
- Vajra Armour mantra
This mantra is recommended in “Advice to Protect from the Coronavirus” from Rinpoche.
Click here for Vajra Armour Image
- Black Manjushri recitation
Click here for image of the Black Manjushri
- Swift Fulfillment of Wishes in Dependence on the Great Jetsun Tsongkhapa
- The Vajra Speech of Mahasiddha Thangtong Gyalpo: The Blessed Prayer Known as “Liberating Sakya from Disease”
This prayer is recommended in “Additional Advice to Protect from the Coronavirus” from Rinpoche.
Click here for image of Thangtong Gyalpo
- The Vajra Speech of Mahasiddha Thangtong Gyalpo: Words of Truth Pacifying the Danger of Weapons
- The Speech of Mahasiddha Thangtong Gyalpo: A Request to Pacify the Fear of Famine
- Commentary from the video and practices – with the exception of Black Manjushri and Dedications (attached)
Zoom Online Meeting Platform
Zoom is a popular platform that facilitates an online meeting of a large number of people. Hayagriva Buddhist Centre plans to use Zoom to offer participation in meditations, pujas and practices guided by one of our senior students/practitioners. Zoom is easy to setup and can be used on all kinds of computers, tablets and smart phones. Preferably your device is equipped with video (camera) and audio (microphone and speakers or headphones/earbuds).
When you register (using the form above), your email address will be added to a list of persons who wishes to join the online session. On the day of the session you will receive an email about one hour before it is scheduled to start. This email will contain all the details you need to participate.
On a computer (notebook or desktop) you can join the session using any modern browser (e.g. Safari, Chrome, Firefox, Edge, etc.) connected to the Internet. When you receive the email it will contain a link. Use the link provided in the email message (either by clicking on the link itself or by copying the link and pasting it in the “address” bar of your browser). Upon joining a Zoom session for the first time you will prompted to install an application called “Zoom Client for Meetings”. Follow the instructions. This should only be necessary the first time you use Zoom. During the installation, you will be prompted to “Join with Video” and to “Join with Audio”. We recommend you agree to both but as a minimum, you should “Join with Audio” to be able to hear the session. If you also “Join with Video”, your camera will be activated and your face will appear to others on the session. You can optionally turn off your camera once you have joined the session.
To join using a a tablet or smart phone, you will need to install the free “Zoom Cloud Meeting” App. This App is available free from the “Play Store” on Android devices and free from the Apple App Store on Apple devices. Please install the App in advance as it can take a few minutes to download and configure. Start the App on your device. You will then be prompted to enter the name of the “Meeting” which you can find on the email.