Thursday, January 11, 2007

Holy Items Part 2

This Tibetan Ritual Items consists deep universal compassion imbues everything which is around them. Even every single strand of a “Hair” from their own bodies and their personal items such as Rituals items and belongings are considered holy because they are but extensions of the holy being’s aspirations because their constant wish is to bring immense joy to others and also to relieve the sufferings of all sentient beings.

Only a handful of us could develop these types of qualities as it is these their attainments which we are striving towards in our spiritual paths. Holy Tibetan Ritual Items / Relics serve as a reminder of these sacred qualities that we are seeking to develop within ourselves, and also to remind us on the potential we each have to reach that same attained level as these holy beings.
These Holy Items will remind us that we too as lay person have the power to “create” holy items because every single one of us has that potential to attain those same selfless, compassionate qualities. Buddhists regard such Holy items as equal to the Holy being’s own body, and as such prayers, prostrations and even offerings can be made to these items. Actually, it represents the qualities attained by the being; making offerings and prayers to it, is our own wish to achieve this same state of mind.

The holy energy in relics will also protects us from all negativities and interferences, heals, and opens our mind to spiritual development and progress.

Holy Relics for Kechara House Expansion Program
For the benefit of everyone, precious holy relics from great masters of Gaden Monastery are presented to you for invitation to fund raise for Kechara House Expansion Program. Whoever wish to benefit others and the center by introducing these holy relics to your friends and relatives will receive an appreciative token accordingly. The appreciative token to the introducer is given to anyone regardless who he/she is and where he/she is from. These holy relics are available at outlets in SS2, One Utama, Picollo Galleria and Lot 10.

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Giving to Dharma – it is the highest form of giving (generosity). For building monasteries, temples and Dharma centres has the best source of benefit and is an act of collecting immeasurable merits for fulfillment of wishes and realizing the path to enlightenment.

Donka – top shirt of monk’s robes
This is one of three pieces that form a monk’s robes, worn on top as a kind of shirt. . As it is something worn so closely, and so often, it carries the energy of the aspirational prayers and altruistic mind of the wearer. These are old robes of 20 – 30 years and are highly valued. They are treasures for prostration when frame up as a whole or cut up into smaller pieces and encased in statues, stupa, amulet for protection of human and animals and dispel spirits. The robe of a sangha is blessed by an ordination master and forms a direct link to Buddha Shakyamuni.

Meditation mala
As so much of a holy being’s activity and work revolves around his own personal wishes and prayers to benefit others, an item like his meditational mala (used for daily prayers/rituals and/or retreats) will especially carry the energy of this altruistic mind. The mala contains not only the energy of his own compassionate, altruistic mind, but also the specific energies and power of specific deities invoked upon during prayers and retreats.
Mala beads can be worn with precious gems as pendants, kept in stupas and statues as relics or added to our personal mala to amplify the power in mantra recitation These aspirational prayers and mantras are the essence of the Buddhas in the form of sound and when recited, invoke the energy of each particular Buddha whose mantra it is.

A mala like this will therefore bless anyone who touches them by opening the same aspirational prayers and imprints we developed from previous lives, inspiring us towards a positive path of spiritual practice and transformation. Ultimately, it will also plant more karmic imprints to fully develop the compassionate, altruistic mind of a Buddha. Each bead from this holy mala can be kept in a stupa on an altar, or worn as a pendant.

It can also be added to our own mala to amplify the powers of our own aspirational prayers. The beads of the mala contain the blessings from the altruistic mind, compassionate motivation and aspirational prayers of the meditational master himself as well as the energy of the Buddhas invoked during the prayers. These powerful energies can also act as a protection against negative forces

Dharma Scriputre
Dharma scriptures are holy in themselves for they represent and contain the instructions towards Enlightenment. Often, Buddhists regard them as higher than Buddha statues because they contain the very teachings that will liberate us from suffering. This text is on the study of mind by Great Master Dharmakirti and is studied by all in the Geshe ( Professor in Divinity) program.

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