Morden World Peace Temple

1A Ashridge Way, Morden SM4 4EF

Morden Temple

Sat 20 & Sun 21 July | Purify Your Mind – Vajrasattva Retreat | Morden


FREE for Silver, Gold and Platinum Members 
Concessions available 

We dedicate most of our time and energy trying to avoid problems by making changes to the external world. However, the main cause of our unhappiness and difficulties cannot be found in external conditions. It is cause by the negative karma we have created in the past through performing harmful actions.

By relying upon Vajrasattva, the Buddha of purification we will cleanse our mind of delusions, negativity and obstacles. Through special meditation and mantra recitation we have the great opportunity to purify our mind quickly, so that we can make swift progress on the spiritual path.

This is an in depth retreat, in each session we will use the Prayer Booklets Offering to the Spiritual Guide and the Meditation and Recitation of Solitary Vajrasattva. There will be long silent periods in each session for reciting Vajrasattva’s Mantra.

Gen Drolkar will give some guidance in each session on how to engage in these practices.

Everyone is welcome, but some understanding of Buddhas teachings is helpful.


Session 1, 10am – 11.45am

Session 2, 12:15pm – 1.45pm

Session 3, 3pm – 4.45pm

Optional Wishfulfilling Jewel Prayers with Tsog, 5pm – 6pm


Session 1, 3pm – 4.45pm

Session 2, 5.30-6.45pm





Gen Kelsang Drolkar is a joyful and dedicated practitioner who has been teaching Kadampa Buddhism since 2013. She has worked at Kadampa Meditation Centres all over the UK and has engaged in many meditation retreats at Kadampa Centres internationally. When teaching, Gen Drolkar combines her diverse personal experience with practical insight and a warm heart.


What it's like at our classes...

Quick facts for newcomers...

What is Meditation?

  • Purpose: Cultivate positive states of mind for peace and well-being.
  • Happiness source: Lies in the mind, not external conditions.
  • Benefits: Reduces stress, anxiety, promotes physical and mental well-being.

Accessible class format

  • Non-sectarian, non-judgmental, and universal.
  • Simple methods to tackle stress and anxiety in modern daily life.

Flexible sitting arrangements

  • Option to sit on a chair or bring a cushion for the floor.

No religious affiliation necessary

  • Not required; accessible to everyone.

Open to all experience levels

  • Beginners welcome; teachings designed to be simple yet profound.

Interaction during classes optional

  • No requirement to speak in front of a group.
  • Questions are welcome.

No physical exercise necessary

  • Focus is on meditation – no yoga or physical exercises.

What to Bring

  • No specific requirements; some find it useful to bring a notepad and pen.

Simple dress code

  • No special requirements; comfortable clothing suggested.

Join a class anytime

  • Classes are self-contained; drop in whenever you can, no need to wait for the next course.

No advanced booking necessary

Everyone is welcome!

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