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Venerable Dekhung Gyaltsey Tulku Rinpoche Event Program



Dharma brothers & sisters,
Ven. Dekhung Gyaltsey Rinpoche Event Program @KKDS MLK

16.11.2013 Saturday (8.00pm) Four Arms Cherenzig Empowerment 17.11.2013 Sunday (8.00pm) Phurab Chopa Fire Puja
19.11.2013 Tuesday (8.00pm) Chod Puja

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16.11.2013 星期六 (8.00pm) 四臂观音灌顶法会
17.11.2013 星期日 (8.00pm) Phurab Chopa Fire Puja 火供
19.11.2013 星期二 (8.00pm) Chod Puja 施身法法会

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Description of Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara)


He Who Looks With An Unwavering Eye – is the embodiment of all the buddha’s infinite compassion. He is a manifestation of the Buddha in sambhogakaya, and his mantra is considered the essence of the Buddha’s compassion of all beings. It is said that during the time of Shakyamuni Buddha, Chenrezig manifested as one of his major bodhisattva disciples. He vowed not to attain enlightenment until all the sentient beings were liberated from suffering of the different realms of samsara. He prayed before the Buddhas of the ten directions that “May I help all beings and if ever I tire in this great work, may my body be shattred into a thousand pieces.” Having failed to fulfill his wishes, he was in profound grief and for a moment he almost lost faith in that noble vow that he had taken, his body exploded into a thousand pieces. In his desperation he called to all buddhas for help. They came to his aid from all directions of the universe. With their great power, the buddhas made him whole again. Seeing the pain of samsara, in sorrow, two tears fell from his eyes, and through the blessings of the buddhas, they were transformed into two Taras. The Green Tara is the active force of compassionand the white Tara is compassion’s motherly aspect.


Why is the practice of Chenrezig so important?


There are many inner obstacles to our mental development, thus creating external obstacles to our mental Dharma practice, to actualize the path to enlightenment. As such, we need to rely on a special deity or Buddha, for example, Chenrezig.


Benefits of chanting the Mantra


The six syllables mantra Om Mani Padme Hum closes the gates leading to rebirth in the hell realm, hungry ghost realm, animal realm, human realm, jealous god realm and the god realm, thereby opening the possibility of transcendence of suffering. It clears the way for the practice of the six perfections. It purifies bad karma, negative habits and defilements.



觀音法門  慈悲的修行










Chod Puja


The unique lineage of the Chod tradition is founded by Machig Labdron who is both a dakini and a deity, an emanation of Prajnaparamita, the embodiment of wisdom of the Buddhas.

Basing on the Prajnaparamita,Chod refers to cutting through the grasping at a self and its attendant emotional afflictions. Most famous for its teaching on mentally transforming the five aggregates into an offering of food for demons as a compassionate act of self-sacrifice, Chod aims to free the mind from all fear and to arouse realization of its true nature, primordially clear bliss and emptiness.

Participation in the offering of one’s body in the Chod puja allows one to overcome the demons of sickness, evil spirits, karmic demons, destructive calamities and obstacles due to our karmic debtors of countless aeons.  Through this meritorious act, one ensures good health, long life and auspiciousness.





这特殊的施身法之 传承是由妈及拉准佛母所开创。妈及拉准其实是智慧空行和本尊,为般若波罗密多之显化,具足一切诸佛之智慧。

此施身法是通过般若波罗密多之证悟,切断我执及 烦脑之根源。 它最闻名遐尔之修持,就是通过观想把此五蕴之身转化为各种食物供养诸魔,体现出完全无私之大悲心, 其目的是为了令心意脱离一切恐惧,征得心之大乐及空性的本来面目。



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