Following the parinirvana of our beloved teacher on September 4, 2019, we have begun the construction of the Tsem Rinpoche Relic Temple, a permanent spiritual memorial to house Rinpoche’s holy relics and commemorate his life, deeds and legacy.
Consistency in spirituality isn’t easy especially in this day and age where distractions are plentiful. Many of us struggle to be consistent with our daily prayers even though we know how important it is for our spiritual growth. To help you cultivate a daily prayer habit, here are some practical tips.
If you're an animal lover or paw-rent, you’re probably doing your best to care for your furkids, protect them from harm, and provide them with a happy life. But beyond physical health and mental stimulation, did you know you can also provide spiritual wellness for your furriend?
Prayer wheel practice is a powerful way to purify negative karma, accumulate merits and bless yourself, the environment and all sentient beings. Watch the video to learn more about prayer wheels and how to use them properly.
This advice was given to the Kechara Forest Retreat team in 2015 by our Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden. It is shared here as it is applicable to everyone who wishes to advance in their spiritual practice and maintain a supreme Guru-Disciple relationship with their own teachers.
In January 2021, we consulted with our protector Dorje Shugden for advice on what pujas should be done to clear obstacles for the successful completion of our projects, and for the health, wellbeing and spiritual success of Rinpoche’s students.
These upcoming talks will help prepare anyone who wishes to practise Tantra in the future with a grounding in the Three Principal Aspects of the Path, the Bodhisattva Vows, and a basic understanding of Tantra and what it entails.
Join a month-long celebration of Rinpoche’s life and deeds, as we begin 30 days of holy activities throughout September. This series of pujas will help us accumulate great merits, clear huge obstacles, and create the causes to meet Rinpoche’s new incarnation soon.
Following Tibetan monastic customs, we have begun the creation of our beloved teacher’s Relic Stupa – the main object of veneration in the Tsem Rinpoche Relic Temple. It will be the first of its kind in Malaysia and one of very few in the region.
Insertion is an essential part of consecrating a Buddha statue or stupa. Because the Tsem Rinpoche Relic Stupa Project is so important and significant, our insertions are super traditional, super blessed and super extensive...
In 2017, we began a special project to create statues of H.E. Tsem Rinpoche’s previous lives, as revealed by Dorje Shugden in 2015. Disciples commission statues of the lama’s previous lives to tap into the blessings of the lama’s incarnation lineage...