Ratnasambhava on Mid-Summer’s Day

We are moving around the 5 Buddha Mandala with the sun, arriving at the south and the figure of Ratnasambhava. Ratnasambhava is a beautiful golden Buddha who traditionally sits on a yellow lotus throne supported by 4 horses. He holds a wish-fulfilling jewel – the chintamani – which gives you all you could wish for, in spiritual terms. Inexhaustible inner riches. He is also associated with the arts, with generosity and abundance. His time is noon.

‘Om Ratnamsambhava tram’ is his mantra.

Do come and find out more about this blazing figure on Midsummer’s Day, when we will meet for the second of our mandala rituals in the south of the city.

We will be congregating on Thursday 20th June, 11.30am. Meeting place is the carpark (or lane leading to the carpark) down Marston Lane (off Ipswich Road, NOT Eaton), next to Danby Woods.

Please wear gold or yellow if you would like to and bring a picnic lunch. Last time we visited here, a few of us went for a river swim so come prepared! You might also like to bring a small, compostable (not more than an inch) object to offer.

No need to book in advance, just turn up on the day.


Level Of Experience Needed: All

Led By: Satyagita

Date/Time: June 20, 2024 - 11:30am - 1:00pm