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How to Bless Buddha Images Yourself

Jan 2, 2019
How to Bless Buddha Images Yourself

A Buddha statue or image symbolises the enlightened body of a Buddha. The practice of creating Buddha images started over 2,500 years ago as it was first started by the Buddha himself. In general, Buddhists believe that making Buddha images generates great merit because it brings benefits to so many sentient beings. The sight of Buddha...

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Get Involved with Vajrayogini Stupa at KFR

Mar 30, 2014
Get Involved with Vajrayogini Stupa at KFR

(By Tsem Rinpoche) As you might know, we are now in the process of acquiring land and building the Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR), which is based about an hour away from the city center.

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