Tibetan Buddhist ritual

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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Shrine Offerings: Accumulation of Merit and Mindfulness -

Jan 4, 2016

Shrine Offerings: Mindfulness Practice Mindfulness is a popular buzz-word these days.  Yet we may be under the impression that mindfulness applies either to silent meditation on our cushions, or more “popular” versions...

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Sampa Lhundrup Feast Offering and The Swift Accumulation of Merit -

Sep 15, 2015

This special teaching is a profound condensation of many important practices. Within this very short text we find the bodhisattva’s practice of generosity, mandala offerings, guru yoga.  Additionally, we practice confession, and...

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Interview with Phakchok Rinpoche: Sādhana Ritual and the Vajrayana Path. -

Sep 8, 2015

In this interview, Rinpoche shares the importance of Sādhana Ritual as the key method to bring about wisdom on the path of Vajrayana. Rinpoche la, We are now in the 6th year...

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Candlelit Vigil for Saga Dawa Duchen – 2nd June 2015 -

May 22, 2015

Join us in Prayer for the Earthquake Victims in Nepal In the wake of the devastating earthquakes that have rocked the city of Kathmandu and north-eastern Nepal, celebrating the Buddhist holy month...

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