Parinirvana Day

Impermanence and beginning to let go of our current centre

Caterpillars cocoons and a butterfly

Everything changes. - Suzuki Roshi (when asked to sum up Buddhism)

Parinirvana Day marks the final passing of the Buddha, and traditionally is a time to celebrate his life and reflect on impermanence.

This year, we will also be beginning to ritually let go of our current home at 381 Richmond Road, with a special ritual. More details to come.


18 February 2023  2:00pm-5:00pm


By koha

Caring for each other's health

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The Auckland Buddhist Centre

381 Richmond Road, Grey Lynn, Auckland

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