Three periods of mindfulness ceremony

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Three periods of mindfulness ceremony

April 27 - April 28

Three periods of mindfulness ceremony 三时系念祈福超度法会


Presiding Master:

Venerable Hui Cong 上慧下聪大和尚

Ceremony Schedule:

4/27/2024 Dharma Talk 10:00-11:30

4/28/2024 Ceremony 08:30-16:50

Ceremony Agenda:

08:30-09:00 Participant Registration

09:00-10:45 Three periods of mindfulness First Session (15-minute break)

11:00-12:00 Offerings to the Buddha

12:00-13:30 Lunch Break

13:30-14:45 Three periods of mindfulness Second Session (15-minute break)

15:00-16:50 Three periods of mindfulness Third Session Completion

Three periods of mindfulness ceremony:

The three periods of mindfulness ceremony is one of the best practices way in the Pure Land sect of Mahayana Buddhism. This practice was advocated by the Yuan Dynasty’s Zhongfeng Patriarch中峰国师. Its primary to encourage people to attain liberation through the Mahayana Buddhism Pure Land practice of Buddha-recitation. At the same time, it also follows the power of Amitabha Buddha’s vows to guide the deceased towards rebirth in the Western Paradise, to forever depart from the vast ocean of karma and the suffering of samsara.


April 27
April 28


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