25 道令人垂涎的马来西亚美食

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许多人都说生活在马来西亚或到马来西亚观光最美好的事情之一就是品尝马来西亚便宜又丰富的美食,所以我想跟大家分享一些马来西亚非常美味可口的美食。我知道这些美食当中许多都是以肉类为主,而我并不鼓吹大家吃肉,但这些食物都有各自的素食版本可替代。有些食物的素食版本甚至比它们的肉食版本来得更美味与健康。如果你未曾到过马来西亚,却有到此观光的打算,许多人都说尝试了这里的美食一定会让你忍不住想要旧地重游。

这 25 道令人垂涎的美食足以证明马来西亚拥有丰富的色彩与烹饪传统。朋友们,如果你和我一样是素食主义者,请不要担心,因为马来西亚的许多素食餐厅都可以制作出以下某些食物的素食替代版本,克切拉如意轩素食餐厅就是其中之一。

我希望这里所列出的美食能让你大饱眼福。请在以下的评论栏写下你对这些马来西亚美食的看法和个人体验。

詹杜固仁波切

 


 

1. 亚三叻沙

亚三叻沙

亚三叻沙

亚三叻沙(Asam Laksa)是一个以鱼作为主要材料的香辣濑粉汤,也是最著名的娘惹料理之一。这道食物是由当年迁居马来西亚某些地区,并将马来文化融入本身文化中的娘惹后代所发明,可说是华人料理与传统马来料理的结合。亚三叻沙广受马来西亚人所欢迎,是一道随处可见的食物。在马来西亚 13 州属之一的槟城,它更是一道街头巷尾都可见到的食物。

亚三叻沙的主要材料有鱼和切成丝或碎片的黄瓜、洋葱、黄梨、红辣椒、薄荷、莴苣、叻沙叶(越南薄荷)和粉红野姜花(火炬姜),再配上濑粉以及虾酱。虾酱味道香浓,但也有些人则会觉得其味道过于浓烈而无法适应。

素食者可在吉隆坡第二国际机场(KLIA2)的乐活餐厅(Be Lohas)、吉隆坡的水仙素食馆(Water Lily Restaurant)和素之秘(Beyond Veggie),以及马六甲的味滋园(Veggie Planet)找到素食版本的亚三叻沙。

 

2. 啰吔

Rojak

啰吔

啰吔(Rojak)是由多种水果与蔬菜调配而成的传统沙拉,通常佐以大量的虾酱。不爱强烈口味的人也许无法接受虾酱的味道。马来西亚共有四种不同种类的啰吔:水果啰吔、槟城啰吔、鱿鱼雍菜和印度啰吔。

水果啰吔的主要材料为黄瓜、黄梨、沙葛(又称凉薯、土瓜)、芽菜和炸豆腐 (豆卜和油条)。啰吔酱则通常由峇拉煎 (虾酱)、水、 糖、 青柠汁、辣椒制成,拌匀后再撒上碎花生。

槟城啰吔和水果啰吔十分相似,主要差别在于它通常还加上番石榴、莲雾(又称爪哇浦桃、洋蒲桃)、生芒果和鱿鱼条。这道啰吔的酱料比较浓稠,质感类似焦糖。

鱿鱼雍菜是马来西亚各地都广受欢迎的一道美食,许多小食摊都有出售。这种啰吔的主要材料有乌贼(花枝)、雍菜(空心菜)、黄瓜、豆腐、花生、辣椒和特制酱料。

印度啰吔又称为嘛嘛啰吔或鲜鱼(pasembor),其酱料是调配上甜、辣口味的浓稠花生酱。这道啰吔的主要材料是煮熟马铃薯和鸡蛋、芽菜和青瓜。某些印度啰吔还会加入豆腐、炸油条、虾条或乌贼。

啰吔是一道常见的食物,通常在餐馆、嘛嘛档、流动摊贩,或路边摊位都有售卖。

 

3. 印度煎饼

印度煎饼

印度煎饼

印度煎饼(Roti Canai)是一道在马来西亚各地许多嘛嘛档都可以找到的一种扁面饼。嘛嘛档因售卖印度风味食物而著名,主要由迁居马来西亚的印度穆斯林所经营。由于在制作过程中先要旋转和抛掷面团后再下锅,这道食物的中文名字有时也被称为“飞饼”。然而,多数人依然称它为“印度煎饼”。根据传统,印度煎饼普遍是配上扁豆咖喱或任何其他嘛嘛档常见的咖喱,如咖喱鱼、 咖喱鸡、 咖喱羊肉等一起食用。对于爱吃甜食者,另外一种流行的吃法则是在印度煎饼上撒上大量的白糖。

除了上述最常见的口味,还有其他由此衍生出来的不同口味印度煎饼,如鸡蛋煎饼、如纸巾般薄的纸巾煎饼、洋葱煎饼 、洋葱鸡蛋煎饼、香蕉煎饼和常配上白糖一起享用的牛油煎饼等。

 

4. 椰浆饭

椰浆饭

椰浆饭

椰浆饭(Nasi Lemak)是马来民族的料理,主要以椰浆来烹煮米饭,再加入班兰叶(又称七叶兰、香林投)使米饭清香。它可谓马来西亚的国肴,是一道随处可见的美食。这道料理在邻近国家如印尼、新加坡、汶莱和泰国南部等也十分流行。

传统的马来西亚椰浆饭通常以小江鱼仔(凤尾鱼)、参峇酱(一种辣酱)、花生和水煮蛋作为佐料。此外,许多椰浆饭档也提供参峇鲜蛤(蚶)、煎蛋、参峇鱿鱼、炸鸡、仁当、参峇鱼等。即使你是素食者也无需担心,因为许多餐厅如吉隆坡的简易乐活(Simple Life)和马六甲乌绒路(Jalan Ujong)的美味园美食中心(Yummy Garden)等,均有售卖素食椰浆饭。这些餐厅使用素凤尾鱼来取代真正的凤尾鱼。

 

5. 猪肠粉

猪肠粉

猪肠粉

猪肠粉是一种米浆卷制成的广东小吃,源自中国南部和香港。在马来西亚和新加坡,猪肠粉的酱料通常是黑色的甜酱油,而槟城版本的猪肠粉则会淋上如太妃糖般浓稠的黑色甜虾酱。

在马来西亚另一个著名的小食城怡保,则有无酱汁和有酱汁两种版本的猪肠粉。无酱汁猪肠粉通常会配上芝麻、酱油、炸小红葱、葱油、辣椒酱和腌青辣椒,而有酱汁的猪肠粉则会配搭咖喱和香菇汁一起食用。

尽管每个地方的猪肠粉都具有各别的地方特色,这依然是一道在马来西亚各地都能找到的食物。

 

6. 曼煎粿

曼煎粿

曼煎粿

曼煎粿(Apam Balik)是东南亚地区常见的一种煎饼。在马来西亚、新加坡、印尼和汶莱的路边摊均有出售。

煎饼面糊由面粉、椰浆、水、糖、鸡蛋和苏打粉调配而成。传统的曼煎粿以花生碎、砂糖、椰蓉和甜玉米粒作为馅料。这道美食已被马来西亚国家文物遗产局列为食品遗产之一。

 

7. 咖喱面

咖喱面

咖喱面

咖喱面是一道风味独特、味香色浓的美食,融合了华、印两大料理的特色,在马来西亚和新加坡两地十分流行。其主要材料有黄面或米粉,汤汁由辣咖喱汤、椰浆制成,再佐以辣椒酱、豆卜(豆腐干)、虾、鱿鱼、鸡、鲜蛤和薄荷叶。

 

8. 槟城福建面

槟城福建面

槟城福建面

槟城福建面(虾面)是一道在马来西亚和新加坡均可轻易寻获的美食。它源自中国福建省,是一道十分著名的面食。传统槟城福建面以香辣虾汤为汤底,再配上鸡肉片或猪肉片、鱿鱼、虾、鱼饼、雍菜 (空心菜)和参峇(辣椒酱)。

这是一道十分常见的美食,在槟城州尤其流行。其丰富美味的汤底,让每一个人都情不自禁爱上它。

 

9. 沙爹

沙爹

沙爹

沙爹(Satay)是一道将肉类腌制后,再进行串烤的食物。在马来西亚,沙爹通常配搭花生制成的蘸酱、洋葱和黄瓜一起食用。用来制作沙爹的材料包括鸡肉、羊肉和牛肉片等,而烹制方式通常为炭烤。

人们可在马来西亚的许多美食中心、路边小食摊和夜市里购买到美味的沙爹。近年来由于素食沙爹的出现,爱好素食者也可在如克切拉如意轩及食之秘(Secret Recipe)旗下的素之秘(Beyond Veggie)等素食餐厅享用这道美食。

沙爹通常配上一种称为Ketupat的马来饭团一起食用。这是一种由棕榈叶包裹,呈钻石形状的马来传统粽子。它可作为主食,通常用来取代白米饭。配搭沙爹食用时,必须先将棕榈叶剥除,再将之切成小块。

 

10. 乐乐(碌碌)

乐乐

乐乐

乐乐是一道中式火锅,类似涮涮锅,主要将食材串在竹签上,浸入沸腾热汤煮熟后沾上酱汁吃。常见酱料有辛辣花生酱、辣椒酱或甜酱,用以增添风味。

在马来西亚,人们可在各城市乡镇的路边摊、美食广场、热闹的交叉路口等找到乐乐。用来制作乐乐的常见材料包括蚌、鲜蛤、猪肠、猪肝、香肠、鱼丸、肉丸、 墨鱼丸、虾、蔬菜、素肉、蘑菇,甚至还包括一些熟食如炸云吞和炸腐皮等。

 

11. 槟城粿条汤

槟城粿条汤

槟城粿条汤

槟城粿条汤是一道以鸡汤或鸭汤作为汤底,配上中国传统河粉作为主食的食物。其配料包括鱼饼、鱼丸、鸡肉丝或鸭肉丝、青葱粒和芽菜,并附上酱油辣椒作为蘸料。这是一道十分传统、美味的著名马来西亚美食。这道食物也有其素食版本。

前来马来西亚旅行或度假,千万不要错过去品尝这一道以美味著称的槟城粿条汤。

 

12. 炒粿条

炒粿条

炒粿条

炒粿条是举世闻名的美食,在马来西亚和新加坡随处可见。其制作方法是将生抽、黑酱油、辣椒、少许虾酱、全虾、去壳鲜蛤、芽菜和韭菜段加入粿条(河粉)高温翻炒,过程中再加入鸡蛋、腊肠、鱼饼、芽菜和其他配料。传统炒粿条一般使用猪油和猪油渣翻炒后,直接装盛在铺上香蕉叶的碟子上以提升粿条的香味。素食者可要求小贩特别炒制素食炒粿条,一般小贩都乐于那么做。

 

13. 云吞面

云吞面

云吞面

云吞面是一道源自中国广州的广东美食,后来流传到其他国家和地区如香港、新加坡、马来西亚和泰国。云吞面的常见吃法有两种,一种是鸡汤云吞面,而另一种则是以黑酱油作为调味料的干捞云吞面。云吞面的配料包括芥蓝、云吞、叉烧和青葱粒。马来西亚的多数美食广场都有售卖云吞面。

 

14. 乌达

乌达

乌达

乌达(Otak-Otak)是源自印尼的美食,在马来西亚和新加坡等国也相当常见。乌达(otak)在马来语和印尼语中的直接意译是 “脑”。显然,这道美食得名于它宛如脑般柔软和糊状的质感。

乌达通常作为蒸饭的配菜。其主要成分是鱼、香料和韭葱,外层以香蕉叶包裹。你可在许多著名餐馆,如 Nyonya Colours 和百年路餐馆(Lorong Seratus Tahun)品尝这道美食。市场上也有出售以素肉制成的素乌达。

 

15. 经济炒米粉

经济炒米粉

经济炒米粉

在马来西亚和新加坡,经济炒米粉是一道经济实惠的地方小食,在早餐时段尤受欢迎。单纯以包菜和鸡蛋作为配料的经济炒米粉可说是真正的经济实惠。

这是一道简单却美味的食物。经济炒米粉的其他常见配料还包括咖喱杂菜、参峇长豆、 鱼饼、包菜和鸡蛋。

 

16. 嘛嘛炒面

嘛嘛炒面

嘛嘛炒面

嘛嘛炒面(Mee Goreng Mamak)是一道简单却美味的食物,在马来西亚、印尼和新加坡均随处可见。炒面的主要材料有鱼、鸡或虾、辣椒、大白菜、包菜、番茄、鸡蛋、小红葱和大蒜。你可在马来西亚各地的嘛嘛档轻易寻获这道小食。

 

17. 经济饭

经济饭

经济饭

经济饭通常也被称为杂饭,常见于马来西亚、新加坡和泰国等地。经济饭在许多熟食摊均有售卖,它并非指某些特定的菜肴,而其菜式种类之多可从 10 至 20 种不等,视各别小贩而异,常配以蒸饭。经济饭主要被视为一种华人食品,由于价格实惠,因此被称为经济饭。

 

18. 肉骨茶

肉骨茶

肉骨茶

肉骨茶是一道源自中国,且广受欢迎的潮州美食,在马来西亚、新加坡、苏门答腊、 泰国南部和印尼都相当流行。肉骨茶通常由中药材、大蒜、八角、肉桂、香菇、菜心、腐皮和豆卜一起烹煮而成,食用时常以油条蘸汤,伴白饭吃。由于广受欢迎,马来西亚各地尤其巴生和吉隆坡一带更设有肉骨茶专卖店。

 

19. 吉隆坡福建面

吉隆坡福建面

吉隆坡福建面

吉隆坡福建面是吉隆坡特有的黑色炭炒面。烹炒这道面食时通常会加入猪油、大蒜、 猪肉、猪肝、虾、鱿鱼和包菜一起拌炒,过程中逐渐添加上汤,让面条慢慢吸收,使面条显得稠湿。此外,这道面食的制作过程中也使用了大量的黑酱油。

 

20. 扁担饭

扁担饭

扁担饭

扁担饭(Nasi Kandar)是源自于槟城,并流行于马来西亚北部的一道美食。常见的吃法是在香米饭和配菜上淋上各种口味的咖喱。这些配菜包括炸鸡、仁当、羊肉、炸鱼、炸虾、炸鱿鱼、牛肉块等。素菜常包括茄子、羊角豆、生菜和油炸苦瓜。各种口味的咖喱和配菜使扁担饭具有丰富、多元的味道。

 

21. 达岗饭

达岗饭

达岗饭

达岗饭(Nasi Dagang)是马来西亚和泰国南部的一道佳肴。其米饭以椰浆和胡芦巴子蒸煮,使米饭散发独特的清香味。达岗饭的配料有咖喱鱼、水煮蛋、腌制蔬菜和仁当鸡或仁当牛。此乃马来西亚半岛东海岸的吉兰丹州和登嘉楼州,以及泰国南部一道很常见的美食。

 

22. 印度香飯

印度香飯

印度香飯

印度香饭(Nasi Briyani)是一道用巴斯马蒂香米与各种香料、酸奶、肉类或蔬菜混合煮成的米饭料理。煮这道料理所使用的食材与香料包括肉豆蔻、 胡椒、丁香、印度酥油、小豆蔻、月桂叶、肉桂、香菜、薄荷叶、姜、洋葱及大蒜。

印度香饭的种类繁多,其中包括蘑菇印度香饭、牛肉印度香饭及蔬菜印度香饭。你可在马来西亚的印度餐馆或嘛嘛档找到这几种印度香饭。

 

23. 珍多冰

珍多冰

珍多冰

珍多冰(Cendol)是源自于印尼的传统甜品。制作这道甜品的标准材料包括椰浆、以米粉制成的绿色胶状物(其绿色素从香兰叶提取)、刨冰和椰糖。

珍多冰是马来西亚各地一道常见的甜品。如今,珍多冰上的配料还包括红豆、仙草、玉米粒和糯米。时下最流行的吃法是在珍多冰上添加榴莲果肉及菠萝蜜。

 

24. 红豆冰

红豆冰

红豆冰

红豆冰(Ais Kacang)正如其名即是豆与冰,是马来西亚极为有名的一道甜品。传统上,红豆冰就只有刨冰和红豆,然而如今,人们还为红豆冰添上各种鲜艳色彩——加上各种配料如水果。

红豆冰一般的配料包括亚答籽(棕榈种子)、红豆、 甜玉米、 仙草、燕菜、花生及雪糕。人们往往在加上这些配料后,还在刨冰上淋上甜炼乳及(或)椰浆,以及一些马来玫瑰糖浆(sirap)。马来西亚有各种款式的红豆冰,值得一提的是,有的人在红豆冰淋上椰浆,有的则会淋上椰糖。

 

25. 榴莲

榴莲

榴莲

榴莲(Durian)在东南亚地区享负盛名,以其独特、强烈的气味及独特的质感而闻名,故被称为“万果之王”。榴莲绿色及带刺的外壳是不能食用的,可食用的部分是那层包裹着榴莲种子的蛋奶糊状黄色果肉。

由于榴莲散发强烈的气味,因此一些餐厅和饭店都禁止人们把榴莲带入。榴莲是其中一种让你要么爱,要么恨的食物。

 

素食选择

若你是一名素食者,别担心,你也可以一尝马来西亚的各种美食。以下所列出的素食餐厅都能煮出马来西亚的传统菜肴。这里只不过列出了几家位于主要城市和城镇的 素食餐厅

 

克切拉如意轩(Kechara Oasis),Jaya One

地址:
63 & 67-P1, Block D,
The Suites, Jaya One,
No 72A, Jalan Universiti,
46200 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.
网站: http://www.kecharaoasis.com
电话: +6012 8188 384
营业时间: 星期一至星期日,早上 11 时至下午 3 时;傍晚 6 时至晚上 10 时

 

克切拉如意轩(Kechara Oasis),Viva Home Mall

地址:
Lot 2.08 2nd Floor,
West Wing,
Viva Home Mall,
85 Jalan Loke Yew,
55200 Kuala Lumpur.
网站: http://www.kecharaoasis.com
电话: +6012 8188 384
营业时间: 星期一至星期日,早上 11 时至下午 3 时;傍晚 6 时至晚上 10 时

 

乐活(Be Lohas), KLIA2

地址:
L2M-19, Level 2M,
Terminal KLIA2,
Jalan KLIA 2/1,
64000 Sepang.
电话: +608 7878 165
营业时间: 早上 6 时至午夜 12 时

 

水仙素食馆(Water Lily Vegetarian Restaurant)

地址:
23 Jalan Tun H S Lee,
50000 Kuala Lumpur.
电话: +603 2070 6561
营业时间: 早上 10 时至晚上 9 时 30 分

 

素之秘(Beyond Veggie)

马来西亚有大约 14 家素之秘素食餐厅。
营业时间: 早上 10 时至晚上 11 时,或根据该素食餐厅所处的购物商场的营业时间。

 

味滋园(Veggie Planet)

地址:
41&43, Jalan Melaka Raya 8,
Taman Melaka Raya,
75000 Malacca.
电话: +606 2922 819
营业时间: 早上 9 时至晚上 10 时

 

简易乐活(Simple Life)

马来西亚有大约 11 家简易乐活素食餐厅。
营业时间: 根据该素食餐厅所处的购物商场的营业时间。

 

美味园美食中心(Yummy Garden Food Court)

地址:
16-A, Jalan Ujong Pasir,
Melaka.
电话: +6012 601 5677
营业时间: 下午 5 时至凌晨 5 时

 
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  1. Alice Tay on Mar 15, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    我个人感到非常幸运,因为生长在一个多元种族的国家,马来西亚。在这里,我们可以品尝不同种族的的美食包括来自马来人、华人、印度人和娘惹菜式等。而本人最喜欢的美食就是椰浆饭、 咖喱面、炒粿条等等。

    然而在两年前我决定吃素与持素戒,因为我明白与了解其实我不需要伤害任何动物来填饱自己的肚子,毕竟我还有其他很多食物的选择。 现在,吃素的人数逐年增加,一些餐馆为了迎合顾客的需求也准备素食的部分。吃素者在外用餐不再像以前面对困难了。

    感谢上师尊贵的詹杜固仁波切的启发与加持,让我做此终身不悔的决定。祈愿会有更多人明白吃素的意义以减少伤害有情众生之一~动物,并大发慈悲心与逐渐踏上证悟之道。

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  • Jason
    Thursday, Apr 27. 2017 03:07 AM
    This year Wesak Day fall on 10 of May. This day is very special and meaningful to me because I will visit Kechara Forest Retreat(KFR) to join some meritorious event there.
    For me, Wesak is a day to commemorate Buddha Sakyamuni in three aspect( Birth , Enlightened, Nirwana).
    While we celebrate Wesak, we must remind ourselves to learn from Buddha teachings and practice it in order to gain attainment.
    Thanks Rinpoche and Pastor Seng Piow for sharing in order to create more understanding on Wesak Day.

    Jason

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/wesak-day-special-on-rtm-2.html
  • Stella Cheang
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 06:10 PM
    OMG! This is very touching. To see a doggie who never left go of his owner in spite of death. Way more powerful than many who proclaimed “till death do us part.” Just like the human, not all doggies are as loyal as this tear-jerking pet, but I truly believe almost all doggies offer unconditional love to the person who feeds and cares for them. Even when they are stray animals. There was a stray dog who will run two streets from the entrance of the “Taman” until the car stops in front of the house, just to greet me. You can imagine the warm and conviction in my heart that these beings are more than capable of loving than many of us, human! Thank you for this lovely sharing. I miss my doggie, Sherab.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/animals-vegetarianism/faithful-dog-chases-deceased-owner.html
  • Stella Cheang
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 06:00 PM
    Thank you, Pastor Seng Piow, for this amazing sharing. There is no doubt about the ability of our Guru, His Eminence the 25th Tsem Tulku Rinpoche. His incarnations have been compassionate and taken rebirth to return and spread the dharma so that sentient beings can benefit and learn some dharma in our short life.

    We shall never doubt our Guru; but must see that He is one with our Yidam and Protector, an attained being. Even if our Guru does not demonstrate clairvoyance abilities, we must never contest our Guru, for he holds the key (dharma) that can liberate us from eternal suffering in samsara.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/the-miracles-of-tsem-rinpoche-true-story-1-2.html
  • Stella Cheang
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 05:50 PM
    Thank you, Pastor Seng Piow, for the illustrated miracle story on how Rinpoche guided Cynthia and Marici away from danger through protector’s practice. The unseen exist, whether we like it or not. Some of them are malicious and have the affinity or karma with some of us. Hence they can cause harm and disturbance. By engaging in Protectors’ practice like Dorje Shugden and Setrap that have been practiced by the high lamas of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, we are protected and guarded against harm.

    Rinpoche is compassionate and only want the best for us. His teachings are not meant to show off the power of the divines but offer us a way out from our desperate samsara conundrum that binds us from engaging in deeper spiritual practice. Rinpoche always teaches us to focus on mind transformation and Tsongkhapa practice. How fortunate we are to have met Rinpoche in this lifetime. We must not let this rare and precious opportunity go to waste.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/the-miracles-of-tsem-rinpoche-true-story-12.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 04:30 PM
    Miracles do happen,when we have faith and trust in our Guru.What is important is to follow Rinpoche’s advice and do as instructed by our Guru to clear the osbtacles all the way.Angie and Herry were so fortunate to have meet Rinpoche.Its because of Rinpoche ‘s compassion and caring for his student Angie’s life was saved.Infact Rinpoche has helped many people through his intervention, advice and instructions.
    Thank you Rinpoche and Pastor Loh Seng Piow for sharing miracles stories which i enjoyed reading.
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/the-miracles-of-tsem-rinpoche-true-story-2.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 02:45 PM
    WOW….interesting a miracles true story. Thank you Rinpoche and Pastor Loh Seng Piow for sharing.Reciting mantras by family members and doing 20 pujas done at the monastery to help the baby. These proved that pujas, which have been done for hundreds of years in the monasteries are very powerful methods for us to overcome difficulties, create huge amounts of merit and for protection, good health and long life.This show us how powerful pujas can help us when we have trust and faith in our Guru.And with Rinpoche divination,the baby was born and now a healthy boy.
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/personal-attendant/the-miracles-of-tsem-rinpoche-true-story-1-2.html
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    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 12:47 PM
    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing these powerful teachings.Its a privilege
    to do Dharma work to benefits other,do it with motivation and a good attitude when engaging ourselves It will be guide line for me.When we serve others to do Dharma work together at Kechara Forest Retreat ,we will improve ourself , purify our negative karma and to benefit others too.I will be sponsoring to the healings bricks soon and i will cherish every moment in supporting KFR.
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/me/dharma-work-attitude-tdl.html
  • Lin Mun
    Wednesday, Apr 26. 2017 11:06 AM
    Bigfoot is just another beings living in this world although not commonly seen and live in the deep jungle in high mountains. There were many evidences that people from many parts of the world sighted this beings. Whatever shape they are I think importantly we are all sharing this world and therefore need to have mutual respect and not intervene each others.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/science-mysteries/its-in-the-scriptures-they-exist.html
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    Tuesday, Apr 25. 2017 04:26 PM
    Thank you Rinpoche and Pastor Adeline sharing this interesting post about Bodhidharma, a great master favoured meditation and introduced the Lankavatara Sutra to Chinese Buddhism.

    Here are a few points I have learned from this post:
    1. Bodhidharma had strong imprints of Dharma from the past and therefore he is interested in Buddha’s teachings and show his great wisdom. at a very young age.
    2. His strong guru devotion and determination in learning and spreading the dharma based on meditation though he confronted with difficulties such as Emperor Wu Di was not impressed by his teachings, being ostracized and rejected and lived as a beggar for many months. Notwithstanding, he continued and never give up to practice meditation in complete silence for nine years in cave wall when he was not accepted by Shaolin Monastery at the beginning .
    3. When Bodhidharma was allowed enter to the monastery, he had put a lot of efforts to help the monks in improving their physical body as well as their mind through the meditation. Then, Bodhidharma continued to develop a system of 18 dynamic tension exercises which were printed as Yi Gin Ching (Changing Muscle/Tendon Classic) in 550 CE. It is known as the Luohan (arhat) 18 Hand Movements today which serves as the basis of both Chinese Temple Boxing and the Shaolin Martial Arts.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/great-lamas-masters/bodhidharma-the-founder-of-gongfu.html
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    Tuesday, Apr 25. 2017 04:10 PM
    Thank you, Grace, for sharing with us the many tips on how to care for and maintain our hair. Personal grooming is important because when we care for our appearance, we are respecting the people who have to deal with us. Caring for our hair, making sure that it is neat and clean should be something we need to take care of since young as it is part of personal grooming. The key is not to be attached to our body and outer-images, that results in spending much time and resources just to make ourselves look good.

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  • Alice Tay
    Tuesday, Apr 25. 2017 03:00 PM
    Thank you for sharing these wonderful and significant photos showed that Kechara Pastors’ tireless efforts to bring dharma to many others and do the blessings whenever is necessary.

    Basically, the pastorship role was conceptualized by our precious guru, H.E. Tsem Tulku Rinpoche, to preserve the Dharma and to give laypeople an opportunity to commit to benefiting others. Kechara Pastors are fully dedicated and selflessly serving others especially in spiritual growth and therefore this is good for us to support the Pastors so that they can focus and spend more of their time and effort to serve others and most importantly Buddhist teachings can be spread and shared to many others. The supports to Pastors including food, lodging, transportation, items necessary for their work, such as ritual items or spiritual gifts for those in need and many others. (If you are interested to know more about Kechara Pastors, please have a good read at http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/kechara-13-depts/support-the-kechara-pastors.html)

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/10-amazing-house-blessings-by-kechara-pastors.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Tuesday, Apr 25. 2017 02:13 PM
    Its such a great blessing for all of us to hear the holy voice recordings of H.H Kyabje Zong Rinpoche a great master..His profound teachings ,got to take seroiusly,more as an important advice on Dorje Shugden’s practice.H.H Kyabje Zong Rinpoche’s explaination was very clear before any of the practitioner’s commitment and receive sogtae.They must keep the lineage practice and teachings no matter what ever happen.
    Thank you Rinpoche for sharing with us on the important advice by a great master.
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/great-lamas-masters/kyabje-zong-rinpoches-advice-on-dorje-shugdens-practice.html
  • Lin Mun
    Tuesday, Apr 25. 2017 11:50 AM
    Thank you Pastor Han Nee for your sharing your thoughts and review about the book “Be Happy” written by Rinpoche. It is indeed not easy to be happy as we all have various expectation in every situation and people.

    We may think having a big house, lots of cash and good career is happiness but this is the wrong perception. Being happy is not about material and everything about ourselves. It is only when we can do more for others and focus out that we gain happiness. I never realised this until I joined Kechara. I think we have such a fixed mindset of what happiness is and when our expectation is not met, we are unhappy.

    Rinpoche has pointed out many ways for us to rectify our thoughts and methods to be happy. Now it is for us to take initiative to change and transform our mind if we want to be happy.

    Thank you Rinpoche and Pastor Han Nee for this article.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/buddhas-dharma/be-happy.html
  • Lin Mun
    Monday, Apr 24. 2017 12:30 PM
    Many people do not believe in reincarnation and only relates it to certain religion such as Hinduism and Buddhism. However, there were many instances and signs that proven reincarnation exist. As Buddhist we will believe in reincarnation and karma. It is by understanding that everything has its cause and effect that we should learn to live life in the correct attitude and mindset. Thank you Rinpoche for sharing this interesting articles to remind us of karma and the importance of doing dharma practise.

    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/science-mysteries/interesting-signs-of-reincarnation.html
  • Samfoonheei
    Sunday, Apr 23. 2017 08:29 PM
    Thank you Rinpoche for your teachings.
    Always be generous and kind in what ever we could do even its little help.It’s the little things in life that bring the greatest happiness. Its between us and our Buddha ,so we would not bother what the receipient thinks and say of us. What ever was said ,should not deter our motivation to do Dharma work.
    (It will change people’s lives in one way or another. It will change your life for the better.)….well said by Rinpoche.
    http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/inspiration-worthy-words/its-not-between-you-and-the-recipient.html

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Little Mumu boy and myself.. He was not a pet but family to me. I love him tremendously and always will. Tsem Rinpoche
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Little Mumu boy and myself.. He was not a pet but family to me. I love him tremendously and always will. Tsem Rinpoche
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2017-His Holiness the 101st Gaden Tripa, Jetsun Lungrik Namgyal is doing well and 90 years old. His Holiness Lungrik Namgyal is a powerful master of sutra and tantra and practitioner of Dorje Shugden. Currently residing in France.
One of the most sacred statues of Avalokitesvara made of sandalwood housed in Lhasa, Tibet. He has shown miracles also. Every pilgrim wishes to make offerings to this Lord of Compassion.
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One of the most sacred statues of Avalokitesvara made of sandalwood housed in Lhasa, Tibet. He has shown miracles also. Every pilgrim wishes to make offerings to this Lord of Compassion.
 Sacred Avalokitesvara statue in Nepal. Thousands come to worship this special Buddha as it has conferred wishes in the past.
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Sacred Avalokitesvara statue in Nepal. Thousands come to worship this special Buddha as it has conferred wishes in the past.
Tsem Rinpoche\'s Vajra Yogini statue and offerings
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Tsem Rinpoche's Vajra Yogini statue and offerings
Two of my teachers from Gaden Shartse Monastery in South India. Left side is Most Venerable Geshe Tsultrim Gyeltsen whom I lived with for 8 years in Los Angeles where his centre Thubten Dhargye Ling is located. On the right is the abbot emeritus H.E. Kyabje Lati Rinpoche the scholar and yogi. I was very fortunate to have them in my life and learn so much dharma from them. Tsem Rinpoche
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Two of my teachers from Gaden Shartse Monastery in South India. Left side is Most Venerable Geshe Tsultrim Gyeltsen whom I lived with for 8 years in Los Angeles where his centre Thubten Dhargye Ling is located. On the right is the abbot emeritus H.E. Kyabje Lati Rinpoche the scholar and yogi. I was very fortunate to have them in my life and learn so much dharma from them. Tsem Rinpoche
 It is so wonderful to be kind to people, be caring, feed them, make sure they are healthy and share dharma if they are interested with them for their future. But simply to be nice to others is worth getting up and being alive...otherwise why be alive to hurt/use/distrust and hate others? No point living that way..must change that..... It is nice to live our lives to benefit others and be patient even if we have been hurt before because by caring we can heal the hurt and \'defeat\' the ones that hurt us because we don\'t become bitter..... Tsem Rinpoche
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It is so wonderful to be kind to people, be caring, feed them, make sure they are healthy and share dharma if they are interested with them for their future. But simply to be nice to others is worth getting up and being alive...otherwise why be alive to hurt/use/distrust and hate others? No point living that way..must change that..... It is nice to live our lives to benefit others and be patient even if we have been hurt before because by caring we can heal the hurt and 'defeat' the ones that hurt us because we don't become bitter..... Tsem Rinpoche
Tsem Rinpoche\'s heritage in China. Must read: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=120499
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Tsem Rinpoche's heritage in China. Must read: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=120499
Thank you Buddhist Pastor Chia for sharing your story on how you met His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche over 20 years ago. We can learn much from your story.~Admin  Please read: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=116928
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Thank you Buddhist Pastor Chia for sharing your story on how you met His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche over 20 years ago. We can learn much from your story.~Admin Please read: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/?p=116928
Mumu boy is incredibly photogenic. He is beyond cute. Tsem Rinpoche
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Mumu boy is incredibly photogenic. He is beyond cute. Tsem Rinpoche
 (left to right) Rabten Tulku, Gonsar Rinpoche, Gyume Kensur Rinpoche, Trijang Rinpoche, H.H. Gaden Trisur Rinpoche (France)
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(left to right) Rabten Tulku, Gonsar Rinpoche, Gyume Kensur Rinpoche, Trijang Rinpoche, H.H. Gaden Trisur Rinpoche (France)
Beautiful 200 roses arrived today for me as a gift from Su Ming. Very kind and thoughtful of her as usual. Tsem Rinpoche
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Beautiful 200 roses arrived today for me as a gift from Su Ming. Very kind and thoughtful of her as usual. Tsem Rinpoche
It\'s good to be with kind and sincere people.
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It's good to be with kind and sincere people.
If we are kind, we lose less of ourselves-Tsem Rinpoche
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If we are kind, we lose less of ourselves-Tsem Rinpoche
My Mumu boy didn\'t want to eat. Eating is not one of his favorite activities throughout his life. So I talked to him to let him know why he needs to eat and keep his strength up when this photo was taken. He was listening intently and after my talk with him, he ate. Tsem Rinpoche
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My Mumu boy didn't want to eat. Eating is not one of his favorite activities throughout his life. So I talked to him to let him know why he needs to eat and keep his strength up when this photo was taken. He was listening intently and after my talk with him, he ate. Tsem Rinpoche
This is so true. Click to enlarge and understand more about unpleasant people.
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This is so true. Click to enlarge and understand more about unpleasant people.
This mahasiddha Kukkuripa is easy to identify as he is accompanied by a small dog whom he loved very much.
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This mahasiddha Kukkuripa is easy to identify as he is accompanied by a small dog whom he loved very much.
Mumu taking a rest in the turquoise room. Over the years, I always feel very satisfied when I see him covered with a blanket, safe and sleeping. I always wanted to make sure he was safe from harm, illness and distress. I wanted him to have a happy and loved life. Tsem Rinpoche
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Mumu taking a rest in the turquoise room. Over the years, I always feel very satisfied when I see him covered with a blanket, safe and sleeping. I always wanted to make sure he was safe from harm, illness and distress. I wanted him to have a happy and loved life. Tsem Rinpoche
I wrapped my little Mumu boy up in my blanket and propped him up on my bed. He didn\'t move or wiggle and just looked at me. He is one funny entertaining little guy. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
I wrapped my little Mumu boy up in my blanket and propped him up on my bed. He didn't move or wiggle and just looked at me. He is one funny entertaining little guy. Tsem Rinpoche
March 2017-Coaxing my little Mumu boy to eat his meal. He was not well and therefore not hungry. Tsem Rinpoche
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March 2017-Coaxing my little Mumu boy to eat his meal. He was not well and therefore not hungry. Tsem Rinpoche
Click on picture to enlarge and see what Milarepa says. Profound.
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Click on picture to enlarge and see what Milarepa says. Profound.
We are always trying to get somewhere, try something new, find some friends, get some entertainment and in the end we end up in the same place. Time to really practice Dharma seriously and stop wasting time we don\'t have. ~Tsem Rinpoche
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We are always trying to get somewhere, try something new, find some friends, get some entertainment and in the end we end up in the same place. Time to really practice Dharma seriously and stop wasting time we don't have. ~Tsem Rinpoche
March 20, 2017-Mumu is just so adorable with his bright eyes.
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March 20, 2017-Mumu is just so adorable with his bright eyes.
More and more people inviting Lord Dorje Shugden home to connect with on their shrines. I am so happy to see this as it will benefit them and their families so much. That is the purpose to be alive which is to benefit others as much as possible. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
More and more people inviting Lord Dorje Shugden home to connect with on their shrines. I am so happy to see this as it will benefit them and their families so much. That is the purpose to be alive which is to benefit others as much as possible. Tsem Rinpoche
His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche is a good sport watching his students do Halloween drag costumes for a charity show. Funny!
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His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche is a good sport watching his students do Halloween drag costumes for a charity show. Funny!
His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche is a good sport watching his students do Halloween drag costumes for a charity show. Funny!
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His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche is a good sport watching his students do Halloween drag costumes for a charity show. Funny!
The Japanese are very innovative. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
The Japanese are very innovative. Tsem Rinpoche
Read this as it will be interesting
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Read this as it will be interesting
Recite this before any meal or drinks for blessings of abundance. Tsem Rinpoche
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Recite this before any meal or drinks for blessings of abundance. Tsem Rinpoche
This sacred statue of Buddha is in Nepal brought originally from Tibet and has spoken on many occasions. Very blessed to see this holy image and keep a picture...bless you always. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
This sacred statue of Buddha is in Nepal brought originally from Tibet and has spoken on many occasions. Very blessed to see this holy image and keep a picture...bless you always. Tsem Rinpoche
I love Mumu boy tremendously. We went through so much together for so many years. You are a great being to be with. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
I love Mumu boy tremendously. We went through so much together for so many years. You are a great being to be with. Tsem Rinpoche
Dear everyone, I am sharing this beautiful and modern altar to Dorje Shugden in Malaysia. I am glad to see more and more people creating sacred spaces. Tsem Rinpoche
1 month ago
Dear everyone, I am sharing this beautiful and modern altar to Dorje Shugden in Malaysia. I am glad to see more and more people creating sacred spaces. Tsem Rinpoche
Lhamo Karmo, a female buddha form visualized above the crown of one\'s head at the time of death, to encourage consciousness to leave the body via the crown aperture. From my book \"The Female Buddhas.\"- Glenn Mullin
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Lhamo Karmo, a female buddha form visualized above the crown of one's head at the time of death, to encourage consciousness to leave the body via the crown aperture. From my book "The Female Buddhas."- Glenn Mullin
The Tibetan female tulku Dorje Pakmo, from a fresco on the wall of the Dorje Pakmo monastery (Samding) in Tibet, near the Turquoise Lake. In Tibet the Dorje Pakmo was ranked with the Dalai Lama, Panchen Lama and Sakya Trizin as the four highest lamas in the country.-from Glenn Mullin
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The Tibetan female tulku Dorje Pakmo, from a fresco on the wall of the Dorje Pakmo monastery (Samding) in Tibet, near the Turquoise Lake. In Tibet the Dorje Pakmo was ranked with the Dalai Lama, Panchen Lama and Sakya Trizin as the four highest lamas in the country.-from Glenn Mullin
Dharma boy, Mumu boy and Oser girl checking out the scene..cute
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Dharma boy, Mumu boy and Oser girl checking out the scene..cute
My Dharma boy has such a cute expression here. He is a good boy!
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My Dharma boy has such a cute expression here. He is a good boy!
February 9,2017-My Mumu boy and Oser girl are just relaxing together..super cute
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February 9,2017-My Mumu boy and Oser girl are just relaxing together..super cute
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Click on the picture to enlarge and see what Suzy from Hawaii commented on the Dorje Shugden issue after much research. She is very candid and honest. Refreshing. Original is posted here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vl-4lIwxph4
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  • April 20, 2017 10:45
    Ronnie asked: Dear Rinpoche and Pastors, I'm studying abroad and very far away from home, seeking guidance and advice as I have no one else I can talk to about this. Please read with an open mind, I don't know where else to go for help. I'm pregnant and it's an unplanned pregnancy. I'm stuck between keeping it or letting it go. I'm young and having a child at my age in the society we live in now would be considered taboo. The father of the child thinks I should let it go because it may cause a setback to both our careers and cause major family issues. He thinks we aren't ready to raise a child especially since we're both still in university and his parents think badly of me even though they've never met me or tried to get to know me. I'm sure no one would ever have the heart to take away a heartbeat but it seems like it isn't the right time to have a child now and if we did go through with it, the child probably won't be able to have the best things life can offer looking at where we are now in terms of finance and maturity. I'm lost, confused and unsure what the right thing to do is now. Any advice at all would be helpful right now. Thank you so very much for taking time to read my story.
    pastor answered: Dear Ronnie, I’m sorry to read that you are going through this situation. I can understand that this situation is tough to go through. You are always more than welcome to come here to ask questions. May I suggest that you talk to either someone in your family or your friends to help you come to an appropriate solution? This is because, what you feel, what you are going through, will change from time to time and you would need someone to talk to, someone that you can lean on through this situation you are facing. Depending on where you are in the world, professional help can also be sought to help you make a decision, which will be the best option for you seeking help. From a Buddhist perspective, the taking of a life is not considered a positive act, therefore those on the Buddhist path, would normally abstain taking a life if possible. However, that being said, one must always weigh the decision oneself. Everything we do in life, necessarily involves karma both positive and negative. That is why Buddhists try to overcome samsara in general. Your situation is complicated because you are abroad, but if possible you should really open up to someone you are close to in order to help you through making this decision on a personal basis. When you talk to someone, whom you are able to express yourself more, you may able to come to better decision that is right for you. There may be other options open to you if you seek help. I personally know women who have been in similar situations. One of these women, let the child go and the other went through the pregnancy and then gave the child up for adoption. You may or may not have thought of this option, but it is one that could be open to you, depending on where in the world you are. Any decision we make in life, however big or small it may seem, has far reaching consequences whether in this life, or in future lives. This is just a part and parcel of life within samsara. However, we should weigh the decisions we make clearly given the situation we are in. We cannot always do this weighing ourselves, but need to talk about our options with others we can rely on such a friends, family or professionals. You should consider doing this, which will help you greatly emotionally, and may give you the grounding you need to make the correct decision for you. I hope this helps.
  • April 19, 2017 04:57
    Dongho asked: What is a nyung ne practice? According to Lama Zopa Rinpoche, it's a purification sadhana. However, what are the instructions for this? I'm guessing it's to Chenrezig, but how does it work? Also, from what I have read, Vajrasattva practice is only for broken vows while Akshobhya is for regular misdeeds. Does that mean one has to take the Akshobhya practice to purify bad karma from this life and previous instead of Vajrasattva? As for the purification practices, are some like Vajrasattva and Chenrezig only to purify the bad karma and let it come quickly or is it to prevent it from coming? I am confused in it. As for signs, I recited a mantra of White Yangchenma that a Sakya lama, Lama Kunga Thartse Rinpoche, gave me with the Sakya visualizations I read on, and after one mala, I heard some lady call my Korean name even though no one in my neighborhood knows of my name and my family members weren't in the area. What does this mean?
    pastor answered: Dear Dongho, Thank you for your questions, it’s nice to see you back here again. Nyung Ne practice is a purification practice that centres around Chenrezig. It is a very beneficial practice that stems from a holy nun named Gelong-ma Palmo. It is a two and a half day practice that can be repeated many times over and over again to intensify the purification and build a closer relationship with Chenrezig. As well as its purification aspect, the practice is known to generate vast amount of merit, and also compassion, as the practice centres around Chenrezig, the Buddha of compassion. The practice involves taking the eight Mahayana precepts for the duration, fasting, meditating, prostrating and praying. The practice usually entails empowerment into the practice of Chenrezig, therefore the exact meditations, prayers can only be explained to those who have the empowerment. Vajrasattva practice is not necessarily only for repairing broken vows, etc. That’s why it is advised that you engage in the practice at the end of the day, to repair any vows that you may have broken during that day, as well as stopping any negative karma you created that day from multiplying. This would entail reciting the mantra 21 times, together with the four opponent powers. However, if you engage in this practice more intensely, it definitely has the capability to purify all sorts of karma. That is the reason why in Ngondro, or preliminary practices one engages in before tantra, the practice of 100,000 Vajrasattva mantra recitation is an integral part. You can read more about Vajrasattva and his practice here: http://www.tsemrinpoche.com/tsem-tulku-rinpoche/prayers-and-sadhanas/an-important-purification-practice.html. Within purification practices, some of the karma will be purified completely, so you do not feel its effects at all, but when purifying other karma you will need to feel its effects somehow. For example if you have the karma to be in a car accident and get seriously injured, and you are engaging in any practice, but especially the purification practice, since you have purified most of the karma, you will only experience being in a very minor car accident, with only very superficial injuries. Therefore, in this case, the karma has been purified to the extent that it does not affect you as much, but you still need to feel part of its effect. In regards to any signs that you receive which engaging in the practices given to you by one of your specific gurus, you should report the happenings to that particular guru. He will be able to give you more of an accurate answer, as it may be related to the particular practice that he gave to you. I hope this helps. Thank you.
  • April 17, 2017 07:06
    Thomas asked: Dear Pastors, When a serkyem set has been used so much and one is ready to get rid of it and replace it with a new one. What is a respecful mode of disposal?
    pastor answered: Dear Thomas, Thank you for your question. Your question shows that you have a lot of respect for offering items, which is very good. If possible, you should try to repair the item if within your means, and doing so make embellishments to make it a better offering item, which can still be used. If this is not possible, then you should dispose of the item with a good motivation. You should think that this item has been used to make offerings to the enlightened beings, but now that it is broken or unusable, you are going to dispose of it, and replace it with a new one. Since it itself is not a receptacle of energies of the enlightened beings, such as a statue, tsa tsa or thangka, it does not require a special dissolution before being disposed of. However since it was used to make offerings, it still requires some form of respect when disposing, and this comes from one’s motivation and the way in which you dispose of it. Usually, when disposing of items in this way, make the motivation that you have used it and that it is now time to dispose of it, and replace it with a new one. When you do this you can dispose of it in a respectful manner. For example, if you are going to throw it away, you do not simply open the trash can and throw it in. You wrap it up in something, like a bag or newspaper and dispose of it respectfully. Another method you can dispose of it is to recycle the object, if the material it is made from can be recycled. That way you are more conscious of the environment as well. I hope this explanation helps. Thank you.
  • April 16, 2017 22:38
    Curious asked: Dear pastors In a recent youtube video something like paying respect to deceased ones, pastor Nirel Patel explained that merits are like the interest and good karma is like the principal sum. So merits always regenerate themselves and hence do not get used up but good karma is like the principal sum so it gets used up. So my question is what are practices that generate merit? And can we turn a mundane daily activity into a meritorious one? Maybe can you provide an example?
    pastor answered: Dear Curious, Thank you for your question. First, to clarify a point, in regards to good karma, you are right, it is like a principal sum in a bank account, but you take away from it when you experience something good in your life, and you add to it when you do good deeds. Merit on the other hand, once accrued never diminishes, therefore when something is based on merit, it is based on the energies of this never diminishing sum, which you could say is like interest. In short, the principal sum when talking about karma is always added to and subtracted from. However, when talking about merit, once you have it, there is no way to destroy it, you will always benefit from it. There are various ways to explain how to generate merit. I will explain a way that I find easiest to understand. In normal life, when we go about performing any sort of activity, be it ‘good’ or ‘bad’ we do so out of ignorance of the true nature of existence, and it is usually self-motivated. For example, we work our entire lives to generate monetary income, so that we have enough money, resources, and materials goods to be comfortable. This is self-motivated, but it is the accepted way the world works these days, and is part and parcel of being bound to samsaric life. On the other hand, the act of merit making can be categorised into three parts: i) motivation, ii) the act itself, and iii) dedication. Let’s start with motivation, when engaging in various virtuous acts, we should have the motivation that by engaging in the act, we have the motivation to alleviate the suffering of someone else, and that may we gain enlightenment so that we can benefit them in the future. The second is the act itself. The third is to dedicate the energy of the virtuous act to gaining enlightenment. These three are what make merit. This may be a little confusing, so let me give an example: giving help to a homeless person. Whereas in ordinary life, this is something praised as a very good deed, it does not create merit without motivation and dedication. In order for this to become merit, one must set the motivation that one is giving help to the homeless free of the eight worldly concerns, to alleviate their suffering and also making the motivation that you will achieve enlightenment for the sake of the person or people you are helping. Then after you have helped them, you dedicate the energy created to the spiritual journey towards full enlightenment to help all sentient beings, while at the same time benefiting as many sentient beings as possible on the way there. This transforms the act into not only a virtuous action but also one that generates merit. On the other hand, if you were to help the homeless without these, you are creating good karma, which although beneficial, keeps you bound to existence within samsara. As it is the goal of Buddhist practice to overcome the cycle of samsara, a Buddhist would want to generate merit instead of good karma. I hope this explanation helps. Thank you.
  • April 13, 2017 11:38
    D.A. asked: If Begtse Chan is not from Mongolia, what are his real origins or story exactly? And which lamas offer his empowerment? As for Manjushri Nagarakshasa, which lamas specifically offer his empowerment and practice?
    pastor answered: Dear D.A. Thank you for your question. Begtse, is also known as Chamsing, or Jamsaran in Mongolian. As mentioned in an earlier sharing with someone who also asked a question about Begtse, the practiced was introduced to Tibet from India by the translator Nyen Lotsawa, and is considered one of the main protectors of the Hayagriva cycle of tantras. According to the scriptures that derive from the Sakya tradition, who incorporated the practice from the translators, and in which tradition Begtse became a very important protector, Begtse in a previous life was born many eons ago. In that particular life, he was born as the younger prince in a royal family. His name was Drag Gye, and his older brother’s name was Drag Den. Over time both princes developed differing religious beliefs, to the point where they could not get along with each as they both held their own religious views strongly. As was the custom during that time, they decided to settle their differences through logical debate, with the loser having to convert to the winner’s religion. This custom was also prevalent in ancient India, and there are many stories of such debates occurring between the great masters of the past and those of other faiths. Drag Gye lost the various debates, but ran away instead of converting to his older brother’s religion. Drag Den caught him, and tried to punish him for breaking the rules of debate and going back on his promise. Drag Gye told his brother that even if he was killed he would not give up his religion, however if Drag Den let him go, that in the future when Drag Den became enlightened, he would protect his teachings. With that Drag Den let him go, and gave him a set of copper armour, a stick, and a bow and arrow. Drag Den also gave Drag Gye a new name: Sog Dag Yam Shi Mar Po. After this incident the two brothers never saw each other again in that lifetime. Many lives after that Drag Den was reborn as Prince Siddharta, who eventually became enlightened and is now known as Buddha Shakyamuni. Drag Gye, or Sog Dag Yam Shi Mar Po, was reborn in a cemetery in the North West direction. His parents gave birth to two eggs, one was a coral-like colour and the other was an agate-like colour. These two eggs flew high into the sky and reached the heavenly realms, there they subdued the gods. Then flying back down to earth, they subdued many nagas. Eventually they even came to threaten their own parents. The parents petitioned the Dharma protector Ekajati for her help, who threw her own staff (khatvanga) at the eggs, and broke them apart. From the coral-like coloured egg came a ferocious man with yellow hair, he proclaimed that his name was ‘Sog Dag Yam Shi Mar Po’. When he emerged he was wearing a set of copper armour, wielding a stick, copper sword, and a bow and arrow. From the agate-like coloured egg came a female who was blue in colour, her teeth were like shells, she had turquoise eyebrows, and her hair was made of fire. She emerged wielding a copper knife, ritual dagger (phurba), rode a terrifying bear and wore an intricate necklace made of agate and lapis lazuli. It was then that Ekajati once again took action, and subdued them, after which they became Dharma protectors. The male figure became known as Begtse, and the female as his sister. When you propitiate Begtse, his sister is automatically included and aids practitioners as well. As for which lama offer his practice and empowerment, most lamas do not advertise which teachings or practice they hold. Therefore you should respectfully approach lamas and ask them if they have the practice and can bestow it, or if they know of any lamas that have the practice, depending on how much you want to practice Begtse. Similarly, this applies to those lamas who have the practice of Manjushri Nagarakshasa. However, this practice is included in the Rinjung Gyatsa series of empowerments. This unique cycle of teachings, includes all 4 classes of tantric practices, and includes the practice of Manjushri Nagarakshasa. Therefore those lamas who have received the complete transmission, and have kept their commitments for this practice, are qualified to pass this on to others. I hope this explanation helps. Thank you.
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Art expression using chalks and papers is an avenue for young children to cultivate positive perspective of life and connect with their artistic or creative side. Stella, KSDS
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Art expression using chalks and papers is an avenue for young children to cultivate positive perspective of life and connect with their artistic or creative side. Stella, KSDS
Children as long as 2 years old are ready to learn up skills and attitude that will help them shape their life. When else will be best to instil them with good Dharma values if not since young? Stella, KSDS
2 days ago
Children as long as 2 years old are ready to learn up skills and attitude that will help them shape their life. When else will be best to instil them with good Dharma values if not since young? Stella, KSDS
Senior students of the children class of Kechara Sunday Dharma School had their class in the ghompa every Sunday. Stella, KSDS
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Senior students of the children class of Kechara Sunday Dharma School had their class in the ghompa every Sunday. Stella, KSDS
Besides young Karlson and Ern Ern, there are new faces in Kechara Sunday Dharma School 2-4 years old. Stella, KSDS
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Besides young Karlson and Ern Ern, there are new faces in Kechara Sunday Dharma School 2-4 years old. Stella, KSDS
Kechara Sunday Dharma School students 5-6 years old making prostration to Lama Tsongkhapa at the beginning of the class every Sunday. Stella,KSDS
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Kechara Sunday Dharma School students 5-6 years old making prostration to Lama Tsongkhapa at the beginning of the class every Sunday. Stella,KSDS
@KecharaHouse tonite, 48 puja attendees filled the air with a loud chorus of prayer n mantra 2 Dorje Shugden n Setrap!  PHNee
3 days ago
@KecharaHouse tonite, 48 puja attendees filled the air with a loud chorus of prayer n mantra 2 Dorje Shugden n Setrap! PHNee
A big Thank You to the kind volunteers and to Jace Chong!
3 days ago
A big Thank You to the kind volunteers and to Jace Chong!
Make your weekend meaningful! Contact Jace Chong to volunteer in Kechara Forest Retreat for the aviaries.
3 days ago
Make your weekend meaningful! Contact Jace Chong to volunteer in Kechara Forest Retreat for the aviaries.
Thank you to our young volunteer to improve the life of the birds in our aviary!
3 days ago
Thank you to our young volunteer to improve the life of the birds in our aviary!
English Level 2 Dharma Class, Pastor Han Nee started the Day 5 Lamrim, which is the Seven-Limbed Prayer with Homage and Prostration( 35 Confessional Buddha )  was extensively covered. -  Yew Seng
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English Level 2 Dharma Class, Pastor Han Nee started the Day 5 Lamrim, which is the Seven-Limbed Prayer with Homage and Prostration( 35 Confessional Buddha ) was extensively covered. - Yew Seng
Sunday Dharma class kids learning to take refuge with teacher Alice. Lucy Yap
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Sunday Dharma class kids learning to take refuge with teacher Alice. Lucy Yap
One of the outdoor activities for KSDS students is to exercise the drawing that near to the nature. Alice Tay, KSDS
5 days ago
One of the outdoor activities for KSDS students is to exercise the drawing that near to the nature. Alice Tay, KSDS
Teacher Jesvin explained the camp rules and regulations to the camper. Alice Tay, KSDS
5 days ago
Teacher Jesvin explained the camp rules and regulations to the camper. Alice Tay, KSDS
KSDS teachers and the young participants of WOAH  Camp played & have fun together for this game, Self defense and attack. Alice Tay, KSDS
5 days ago
KSDS teachers and the young participants of WOAH Camp played & have fun together for this game, Self defense and attack. Alice Tay, KSDS
The younger group of KSDS were happy because they're given chance to feel,touch and play the slime. Alice Tay, KSDS
5 days ago
The younger group of KSDS were happy because they're given chance to feel,touch and play the slime. Alice Tay, KSDS
Teacher Laura guided the students do meditation. Alice Tay, KSDS
5 days ago
Teacher Laura guided the students do meditation. Alice Tay, KSDS
Day break at Kechara Forest Retreat! Sunrise meditation during Inner Reflection Retreat, April 2017
5 days ago
Day break at Kechara Forest Retreat! Sunrise meditation during Inner Reflection Retreat, April 2017
Inner Reflection in April 2017 with guests from USA, Singapore, China and UK! Join our upcoming meditation programs!
5 days ago
Inner Reflection in April 2017 with guests from USA, Singapore, China and UK! Join our upcoming meditation programs!
Visitors in Kechara Forest Retreat, circumambulating the holy Vajra Yogini Stupa. Picture credit Pastor Gimlee
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Visitors in Kechara Forest Retreat, circumambulating the holy Vajra Yogini Stupa. Picture credit Pastor Gimlee
Students are getting ready to do prostration in Gompa following a Teacher Kien and Teacher Zhi Yan instruction. Lin Mun KSDS
5 days ago
Students are getting ready to do prostration in Gompa following a Teacher Kien and Teacher Zhi Yan instruction. Lin Mun KSDS
Teacher Callista & Teacher Irene were sharing with children on the topic of courage. It is good to instil dharma knowledge from young. Lin Mun KSDS
5 days ago
Teacher Callista & Teacher Irene were sharing with children on the topic of courage. It is good to instil dharma knowledge from young. Lin Mun KSDS
Children are learning how to recite mantra from teacher Alice and teacher Laura. Lin Mun KSDS
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Children are learning how to recite mantra from teacher Alice and teacher Laura. Lin Mun KSDS
Students were all so excited listening to the process of making slime as they are going to make one themselves. Lin Mun KSDS
5 days ago
Students were all so excited listening to the process of making slime as they are going to make one themselves. Lin Mun KSDS
Robey, Natalie and Lauren doing sharing on how to make slime. A great exercise for them to learn leadership & public speaking. Lin Mun KSDS
5 days ago
Robey, Natalie and Lauren doing sharing on how to make slime. A great exercise for them to learn leadership & public speaking. Lin Mun KSDS
Beautiful tormas was offered during Gyenze Puja at Kechara Forest Retreat. Lucy Yap
5 days ago
Beautiful tormas was offered during Gyenze Puja at Kechara Forest Retreat. Lucy Yap
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