Medicine Buddha Puja
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Join us on Sunday, 25th September 2022 for a powerful healing ritual and mantra chanting session which calls on the supreme blessings of Medicine Buddha.
Medicine Buddha’s puja and mantra brings swift recovery from illness, grants protection from disease, and gives strength and clarity of mind. He is especially helpful for people in the healing profession and for anyone seeking doctors, treatment, diagnosis, healing and effective medicine.
We encourage you to join us to accumulate as many mantra recitations as possible, to create a solid foundation for a strong healthy body, mental and emotional well-being, and long fruitful life.
Benefits for sponsors and attendees
- Heals body, mind and spirit
- Protects from illness and disease
- Extends life
- Increases the effectiveness of medicines and medical treatments
- Helps with accurate diagnosis
- Purifies negative body karma
- Enhances the work of doctors, nurses and healers
- Pacifies the environment
How you can participate
Admission to the puja is free and all are welcome to attend. If you are attending, you may wish to offer kuyong (a token monetary offering) to the Sangha who will be conducting the puja.
To ensure we have enough seating for all guests, please RSVP your attendance here.
How you can contribute
We seek your kind sponsorship to cover the costs of this and other pujas held in conjunction with Tsem Rinpoche’s Parinirvana Anniversary and Relic Stupa consecration ceremony.
- Ordinary sponsor: RM30
- Special sponsor: RM150
- Bronze sponsor: RM300
- Silver sponsor: RM750
- Gold sponsor: RM1,500
- Diamond sponsor: RM3,000
- Grand sponsor: RM5,000
Most pujas will be performed in Kechara Forest Retreat from mid-August to mid-October 2022. Your donation will help us with the cost of:
- Puja offerings
- Ritual substances
- Food and travel for visiting Sangha
- Temple upkeep and overheads
Donate online to the Tsem Rinpoche Parinirvana Anniversary Fund at VajraSecrets.com or WhatsApp us at wa.me/60103020999. Any amount is welcome and deeply appreciated.