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New Year, Fresh Start: Blessed Pujas in Jan 2019

Jan 3, 2019
New Year, Fresh Start: Blessed Pujas in Jan 2019

Join us throughout the month of January for more traditional rituals that will give you and your loved ones powerful purification, healing, wish-fulfilment, and the blessings of the Buddhas to start the year ahead on the right foot.

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Powerhouse Pujas in December 2018. Don’t Miss Out!

Dec 13, 2018
Powerhouse Pujas in December 2018. Don’t Miss Out!

To end the year on a high note and kick off the new year with a bang, we'll be hosting several power-charged pujas throughout the month of December in Wisdom Hall, Kechara Forest Retreat.

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The Puja of Following an Enlightened Being’s Advice

Mar 12, 2018
The Puja of Following an Enlightened Being’s Advice

(By Tsem Rinpoche and Pastor Niral) Within Tibetan Buddhism there are many pujas, or prayers to the enlightened beings. These are known to alleviate various issues, obstacles or create conducive conditions for our life and work. For example when travelling one can engage in the recitation of Chok Chu Munsel or perhaps the puja...

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नरोपाको गुफामा पुजा, काठमाडौँ, नेपाल

Dec 17, 2017
नरोपाको गुफामा पुजा, काठमाडौँ, नेपाल

(Puja at Naropa's Cave, Kathmandu, Nepal) यी तस्वीर सन् २००८ मा नेपालमा लिइएका हुन्, यो एक नदी निरको ठाउँ हो र म सँगैको त्यस नदी छेउमा महान् महासिद्धि नरोपा र उहाँको गुरूको गुफा छ । करिब साठ्ठी तिर्थ यात्रीका साथ म त्यहाँ भ्रमण गर्न गएको थिएँ र हामी सबैले त्यस गुफा घुम्यौं ;

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Wealth Box Puja

Nov 1, 2015
Wealth Box Puja

Dear students and friends, In June 2015, I blogged about the Wealth Box project that we were planning to do in Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR). Now fast forward a few months later, and I am glad to announce that the Wealth Box has been installed and the consecration pujas have been done by Venerable...

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What are pujas about… do take a good read…

Aug 9, 2015
What are pujas about… do take a good read…

An expression of your Compassion: A teaching by H.E. Tsem Rinpoche Tsem Rinpoche gave a really lovely teaching to a few of us yesterday about the significance of doing pujas (literal translation: a set of rituals and prayers done to remove obstacles). Here is the full, unedited transcript of his teaching, straight from the...

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Tiny advice on tormas

Jun 15, 2015
Tiny advice on tormas

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear friends I care about, Try to make the tormas big as usual the way it’s done daily, but much more refined and symmetrical also. Not bulgy looking. The size we do daily is very good. Just more refined. Offer the best tormas with best ingredients to the holy Buddhas daily.This...

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What is Fire Puja?

Apr 17, 2015
What is Fire Puja?

WHAT IS FIRE PUJA (JINSEK)?– a teaching given by H.E. Tsem Rinpoche in 2013 prior to doing Fire Puja at Kechara Forest Retreat (transcribed by Pastor David)     Please watch this video:   In general, there are many types of deities which are a manifestation of various energies, realizations and the compassion of...

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Learning Pujas from Gen-la

Jul 6, 2011
Learning Pujas from Gen-la

(By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear blog friends, Earlier at Tsem Ladrang Ven. Gen Losang taught our group some more pujas. Today it was how to consecrate mantras for insertion into precious statues. After insertion the puja to consecrate the holy images. I decided to go downstairs and give an explanation of the benefits of pujas, from whence they come from, the...

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Puja at Naropa’s Cave, Kathmandu, Nepal

Jun 3, 2011
Puja at Naropa’s Cave, Kathmandu, Nepal

These are pictures of myself in Nepal in 2008, the place is by a river and right next to the river near me is the cave of the Great Mahasiddha Naropa and his Guru Tilopa. I had taken about sixty over people there on a pilgrimage with me, and we all visited that cave...

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