Saturday and Sunday 1st-2nd August
The Tibetan monks of Sacred Footsteps from the Roof of the World have been creating a sand mandala here at the Aboriginal Heritage Office in Northbridge. The AHO is hosting Geshe Sonam Thargye and the monks from Sera Jhe Monastery, who have been creating a traditional Tibetan sand mandala over 6 days as well as many other activities.
Time is running out – don’t miss the opportunity to see and watch the creation of this incredible symbol of compassion and peace. You can join the monks for meditation Sunday morning (9.30-10.00am). The final dissolution is from 2pm Sunday and after the final prayers and blessings happens very quickly, so make sure you are here on time.
9.30-10.00 Morning meditation/chanting with monks
10:00-4:30 Monks work on the mandala
- Sunday 2nd Aug: 2.00pm Dissolution Ceremony – the precious mandala is ceremonially swept up and taken to a nearby waterway to bless the beings.
The AHO would like to thank Geshe Sonam and everyone from SFT for coming to the office, and Mayors and Councillors of partner Councils, and all others who have helped to make this event possible.
View video from the webcam broadcast