The Venerable Khenpo Thupten Nyima’s visit – Autumn 2013 





Sakha Thubten Ling awarded over £1000 from the Co-Op!

We are proud to announce our successful application for a grant from the Co-operative Community Investment Foundation.

After careful consideration from the Co-Op, we were finally accepted as having fulfilled all the criteria requested including:

- Carrying out positive work in the community

- Organising projects which address community issues

- Providing good long-term benefits to the community

- Supporting co-operative values and principles

- Being innovative in our approach.



The deciding factor for them was that the funds would support more than just the local Buddhist community but enable us to serve the wider community as well.

The cheque was presented to us before our Wednesday meditation session on 23rd May and the Co-Op team; Lynne, Michael and Catherine stayed to join the session, which they thoroughly enjoyed as it was a new experience for all of them.

Well done to those involved in securing such a valued token and our heartfelt thanks go out to the Co-Op team, I’m sure you’ll all agree.

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Lifelong Core Practice

According to the Mahayana Mind Training Teaching

Thursday 31st May 19:30 – 20:30

Thursday 28th June 19:30 – 20:30

at The Sakya Thubten Ling Tibetan Buddhist Centre.

We are pleased to be able to offer an opportunity for practicing Buddhists (who have taken refuge) to come together to pursue the essence of the Mahayana path, which is to develop and cultivate love and compassion for all sentient beings. The practice will utilise the instructions originally compiled by our founding Lama, The Venerable Lama Jamyang Lekshey in June 2002.







Photograph of H.H. Sakya Trizin

H.H. Sakya Trizin

Interested in finding out more about Sakya?

Public Screening – Sakya Tradition Documentary

Monday 23rd April

Join us on Monday 23rd April for a public Screening of ‘Sakya Tradition Documentary’ featuring His Holiness Sakya Trizin and our Founder The Venerable Lama Lekshey and find out more about Sakya projects in India and the origins of the illustrious Sakya Lineage.

Minimum donation £1.50

Popcorn provided!

Running Time 40 Minutes.

Then stay for tea and discussion if you like.
If you can’t make this date, there will be a second screening of ‘Sakya Tradition Documentary’ on Monday 28th May.