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Announcing Samye Institute’s New Prayer Services

Announcing Samye Institute's New Prayer Services

We are pleased to announce under the guidance of Phakchok Rinpoche and the dedicated efforts of our Druplas, Samye Institute has expanded our prayer offerings. In addition to the Bardo prayers for the deceased, we now provide an easy way for anyone to request prayers and practices for removing obstacles, relieving suffering and fears of all types, and magnetizing favorable conditions.

You can now request our Druplas and monks from Do-Ngak Ling monastery, Asura Cave, and the Tsunmas of Nagi Gompa on your behalf for all sentient beings including yourself, and for family members, loved ones, and friends. You may choose between a standard prayer, an elaborate prayer, or a monthly sponsorship of our monasteries regular prayers and practices. 

Requesting and sponsoring the Druplas, Tsunmas (nuns) and Monks to do prayers supports their practice and allows us to practice generosity and gather vast accumulations of merit. As Rinpoche often mentions, generating merit is a skillful and supportive method to cultivate indispensable merit while on the path to enlightenment.


“The accumulation of merit brings Buddhahood!”

Phakchok Rinpoche

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Samye is a place where students from all corners of the globe explore how to work with their minds in order to lead meaningful lives. Drawing from authentic Buddhist wisdom traditions, our online platform offers live teachings, structured courses, interactive forums, and community for the digital Dharma sangha. Samye Institute aims to be to the digital world what Nalanda was to India and what Samye was to Tibet.