Faith: Why we pray to statues

20 September 2010 - 12:35pm Comments Off

There are many, many Buddha statues from the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon and while we might admire them for their incredible beauty, the meaning behind them is even more fascinating. It is a mistaken view that Buddhists pray to idols. In actuality, the practice of making offerings and doing practices or prayers towards a Buddha statue has a very profound significance and huge benefit for Dharma practitioners. This week, we tell you all the secrets of Buddha statues – why they are such an integral part of our spiritual journey and how they can bring tremendous results for the betterment of our lives. Find out how, from a single Buddha statue, you can learn everything you need to know to attain Enlightenment.

Discover your own Buddha nature:

DATE 26 September  2010 (Sunday)
TIME 2pm to 3:30pm (Malaysian time; GMT +8)
VENUE Kechara House 1

All Manjushri classes are also streamed live online for our friends abroad. Simply log into www.justin.tv/kechara and join in the wisdom, no matter where you are!

For more information, contact Jamie Khoo at jamie.khoo@kechara.com or +6016 323 9567 .

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