Today we can see many different forms of Buddhism, such as Zen and Theravada Buddhism. All these different aspects are practices of Buddha’s teachings, and all are equally precious; they are just different presentations. Potala Kadampa Centre Belfast follows Buddhism according to the Kadampa tradition, which is the tradition practised by our founder, Venerable Geshe Kelsang Gyatso. “In
The Teachings of Buddha Who was Buddha? “In general, Buddha means “Awakened One,” someone who has awakened from the sleep of ignorance and sees things as they really are. A Buddha is a person who is completely free from all faults and mental obstructions”. –Introduction to Buddhism The founder of Buddhism in this world was
Who can volunteer? Anyone can volunteer. You don’t need a special skill or experience. We have many volunteer opportunities which can be undertaken by anyone without training, or minimal training. If you do have a special skill, please let us know, as this would be a wonderful way to benefit the Dharma community. Frequently Asked
A great gift for your loved ones who enjoy meditation. You can buy it online for however much you wish.
Festival Venue – Kadampa Festivals.
Volunteers needed at Potala Centre. We have all sorts of opportunities for you to help and to learn new skills and meet people. Call 07597773096 to find out more.
This short video shows Kadam Morten Clausen, one of our senior NKT teachers, giving an introductory talk on the effective use of Buddhist meditation to combat stress in modern life