Ingredients for a successful relationship: Part 1/3

30 December 2009 - 5:57pm Comments Off

After a short introduction by emcees James and Jamie, Tsem Rinpoche shares how he met their family more than 10 years ago, their history in Kechara and the tips and tricks to stay happily married!

Be a part of the day’s activities as you share in Suzan & Simon’s wedding at Kechara House! Tsem Rinpoche conducts the wedding blessing ceremony of Suzan and Simon, explaining how marriage is another expression of our love and care for others! Congratulations Simon & Suzan!

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5 Responses to TSONGKHAPA explained by Tsem Tulku Rinpoche (1 of 2)

  1. Is Naga vases the same meaning with Wealth vase?

    • The naga vase is a type of wealth vase. There are a number of types of wealth vases, some contain the energy of enlightened wealth deities, others do not. It is best to be careful with Naga Vases because if they are not cared for properly, the owners may experience negative side effects. In Kechara, we only offer the Wealth Vases of Enlightened Beings to be invited home.

      More information can be found in Rinpoche’s teaching on Naga Vases (http://www.kechara.com/rinpoche/video/teachings/naga-vases-dos-and-donts/)

  2. If this was the only teaching Buddhists, Christians, Jews, Muslims and athiests alike received the world would be a better place.

  3. I was talking about “Don’t Embarrass the Buddha”.