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AMITABHA JANG CHOG PUJA – 18-20 Aug 2017

Varja Master Karma Sherab will conduct the Amitabha Jang Chok puja and Tsok offering on:

Venue: TANA Centre, 74-2, SS15/4B, Subang Jaya, 47500
Date: 18 – 20 August, 2017

 

 

 

 

 

Program:

18.8.2017
Amitabha Jang Chok prayers
7 – 8.30 pm

19.8.2017
Amitabha Jang Chok prayers
9.30 am – 11.30am
2pm – 4 pm
7 pm – 8.30 pm

20.8.2017
Amitabha Jang Chok prayers
9.30 am – 11.30am
2pm – 4 pm

Jang Chok is a purification puja and is done for the deceased as well as the living beings. The Puja allows us to accumulate merits through making supplications, offerings and confessions to the Buddha Amitabha, and is transferred to the deceased to help them in their purification and liberation and for the deceased to help them in the bardo and show them the path of enlightenment. One performs tsok offering to generate immeasurable merit, accumulated
by undertaking actions that benefit others.

You are welcome to bring flowers, fruits, biscuits.
If you wish to participate in the above puja, please give the names (RM30 per name to defray expenses) and email or whatsapps to:

Poh Chwee: 012-3236553
Beei Huey: 012-3397661
Margaret: 019-4759384
Nansee: 016 263 2110
Please contact the above sisters on the deceased and living names and on remittance.

Donation to:
Tana Dharma Society
Hong Leong Bank
045 0100 3887.
Thank you.

AVALOKITESHVARA CHENREZIG PRACTICE & EMPOWERMENT

Ven Tulku Pema Rinpoche will be conducting the teaching & empowerment.
Place: Tana Dharma Society, SS15/4B, Subang Jaya
Date: 15 July, 2017
Time: 7.30 pm – 9.30 pm.

Brief:

Avalokiteshvara, ( Sanskrit: avalokita, “looking on”; ishivara, “lord”) Chinese (Pinyin) Guanyin or (Wade-Giles romanization) Kuan-yin, Japanese Kannon in Buddhism, and primarily in Mahayana Buddhism, the Bodhisattva (“Buddha-to-be”) of infinite compassion and mercy, possibly the most popular of all figures in Buddhist legend. Avalokiteshvara is beloved throughout the Buddhist world, not only in Mahayana Buddhism but also in Theravada (“Way of the Elders”). and in Vajrayana Buddhism.

Avalokiteshvara supremely exemplifies the Bodhisattva’s resolve to postpone his own Buddhahood until he has helped every sentient being on earth to achieve liberation (moksha, literally means “release”) from suffering (dukkha) and the process of death and rebirth (samsara). His name has been variously interpreted as “the lord who looks in every direction” and “the lord of what we see” (that is, the actual created world). In Tibet he is known as Spyan-ras gzigs (“With a Pitying Look”) and in Mongolia as Nidü-ber üjegči (“He Who Looks with the Eyes”). The title invariably used for him in Cambodia and Thailand is Lokeshvara (“Lord of the World”). In China, where he is often worshipped in female form, he is Guanyin (“Hears Cries”). In Sri Lanka he is known as Natha-deva (often mistakenly confused with Maitreya, the Buddha yet to come).

Empowerment of ‘Avalokiteshvara’ Chenrezig is the blessings of Chenrezig who help you to develop loving/compassion and wisdom that dispel the ignorant, it is advisable to receive the empowerment when some one wants to practice the Sadhana and Mantra.

Please bring your mala to the practice.