accumulating merit

More Joyful News From Nekhor!! Upcoming Pilgrimage In November 2019 -

Oct 23, 2019

Tukdrup Barché Kunsel Pilgrimage: November 2019 To inaugurate the publication of Following in Your Footsteps: the Lotus Born Guru in Nepal, Nekhor invites you on our inaugural Tukdrup Barché Kunsel pilgrimage! This...

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Joyful News From Nekhor–Book Release! -

Oct 23, 2019

Book Publication | “Following In Your Footsteps: The Lotus-Born Guru In Nepal” Nekhor, as part of Lhasey Lotsawa Translations & Publications, is honored to announce the publication of Following in Your Footsteps:...

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What is Ullambana: The Hungry Ghost Month? -

Aug 22, 2019

In Chinese culture, commonly known as the Hungry Ghost Festival, the practice of burning extensive offerings made of joss papers to appease hungry ghosts still exists today. Growing up in Chinese communities,...

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Bumgyur Dawa: Month of Miracles and Merit -

Feb 4, 2019

Bumgyur Dawa: Opportunity to Accumulate Vast Merit Bumgyur Dawa is the Tibetan term for a month where karmic actions are multiplied by 100,000. The first fifteen days of the first month of...

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Accumulating Causes for Enlightenment -

Feb 9, 2018

In this video teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche reminds us that the essence of our mind is already enlightened. Yet, even though our nature is pure, that does not imply that we then need to do nothing. We need to accumulate...

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Mahāyāna Teaching: The King of Aspiration Prayer: Part Three -

Jan 10, 2018

In this final teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche reminds us that we can do this aspiration prayer as often as we...

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Mahāyāna Teaching: The King of Aspiration Prayer Part Two -

Jan 5, 2018

In the second teaching, Phakchok Rinpoche continues his commentary on the text. He emphasizes that although this aspiration prayer is very ancient, we can see that it is very practical and applicable in our daily...

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Let the Dharma Resonate: Be Decisive! -

Jan 17, 2017

Let the Dharma resonate fully. What does this mean? In this audio teaching from 2016, Phakchok Rinpoche explains what it means to let the Dharma resonate. Resonate has so many different meanings....

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Practicing Mahāmudrā Requires the Desire to Change -

Nov 10, 2016

Here he reminds us that if we remember the goal of our practice, we should achieve the goal. And genuine compassion and devotion can bring us rapid...

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Sang Pūjā – A Cleansing Smoke Offering Practice -

Feb 3, 2016

Sang pūjā is a profound Vajrayāna offering practice. The word Sang in Tibetan has the meaning of remove, take away; purified, cleared, cleansed and awakened. Purification and Offering Sang pūjā aids practitioners...

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