See my beautiful shrine!
I have something stunning, magical and sacred to share with my friends around the world on this short and sweet post. I have always liked having beautiful shrines and altars that connect me to the sacred since very young naturally. This has extended into my adult life. We have departments in Kechara which creates beautiful statues of all shapes and sizes (www.vajrasecrets.com). Many of them are on my personal shrine. Please take a look. I also like to make many offerings of jewels, fresh water, tea, food and electric candles. All the Vajra Yoginis and Dorje Shugden statues on my shrine are created in house in Kechara as well as many others. We have many talented people in Kechara. We follow the scriptural descriptions to make sure the statues are accurate. Our statues are ordered and sent all over the world. The 9ft Vajra Yogini was sent to Trijang Rinpoche’s monastery in Tibet a few years back and I have one on my shrine. I am sure you will enjoy seeing my beautiful shrine.
This is a short sharing of some of my shrines and the sacred images on them. Many of the offering items such as turquoise, amber, pearls, gems and jewels are artificial but crafted to look genuine. I cannot afford such expensive pieces in such abundance, so I offer beautiful substitutes visualizing them as real which the karmic effects should be the same. To create karma to have the resources in this and future lives to benefit more beings. A few of the items are genuine as offered by some special people over the years. These are not the only images I have but some.
I hope you enjoy this short video.
Have a wonderful day and you have my prayers,
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