Buddhist Prayer (Puja) and Meditation

From March 26, 2017 10:00 am until 12:00 pm
At DNKL
All Levels Welcome

Overview:

In Sanskrit, ‘puja’ means ‘offerings’. Every puja ritual is performed based on individual scriptural texts, passed down by Lord Buddha Shakyamuni and various ancient masters. Through prayer supplications and offerings, the puja ritual invokes the blessings of individual Buddhas or meditation deities.

Just as we take medicine to recover from an illness, we could participate in pujas to remove our obstacles or negative conditions along our path. There are many different pujas in Tibetan Buddhism. Merit accumulation, obstacle-clearing, demon-subduing, healing, karma purification, cleansing, wealth pujas, pujas to help invoke wisdom and compassion etc. Different effects can be achieved through performing different types of pujas.

Participating in pujas will also have a positive influence on the spread of Dharma and increases conducive conditions for a practitioner’s development on the paths to liberation and enlightenment.

Each month a differnt Puja will be conducted.  For example, "The Medicine Buddha" puja is commonly done to heal physical and mental difficulties and also to bring success, overcome obtacles, and bring good future rebirths, as well. Ultimately, its purpose is to bring about an increase in compassion and wisdom within, helping one to attain the ultimate healing of full enlightenment.

All Puja's will be dedicated to all sentient beings and particularly also to the well being of the center's student, family, friends and volunteers.

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