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« on: January 30, 2013, 06:29:06 am »
Bless and Be Blessed
A Wonderful Act for Fortune and Joy in 2013



When we give, we receive back a hundred fold. One of the purest, richest forms of giving is the sponsorship of monks and nuns who have dedicated their lives to benefiting others. This year, under the guidance of our Spiritual Advisor, H.E. Tsem Rinpoche, Kechara is seeking to sponsor the education, spiritual practice and welfare of monks of the prestigious Gaden Monastery in India.

As we enter the New Year of the Snake, we invite you to be a part of this very meritorious act to usher in auspicious blessings for prosperity and good fortune for 2013 and beyond.

Benefits of Sponsoring the Sangha

Collection of merits for good health and long life
Invite the energies of good fortune for yourself and loved ones
Overcome obstacles to success and eradicate problems
Create the causes for abundance and prosperity
Develop strong, firm spirituality
Ensuring the growth of authentic Buddhist teachings and spiritual values for a harmonious society
Token of Appreciation – the Bodhgaya Vajrayogini

All sums of donations are welcome and there is a special token of appreciation for the first major sponsor. The first person to contribute a donation of RM100,000 (US$33,000) or more will be gifted with this highly blessed Vajrayogini statue from H.E. Tsem Rinpoche’s private collection.

The Bodhgaya Vajrayogini bears an important significance for Rinpoche to be in Malaysia benefiting thousands of people – this beautifully adorned statue is an authentic and blessed replica of a personal gift Rinpoche received under the holy Bodhi tree at Bodhgaya from one of the first Malaysians he ever met. [read the full beautiful story at bit.ly/W6bNvn]. Many years and thousands of prayers later, the story comes full circle and the blessings of Vajrayogini take root right here in Malaysia.

The Buddha Vajrayogini

Vajrayogini is one of the most deeply worshipped female Buddhas whose practice began at the time of Buddha Shakyamuni and continues to this day among thousands. Her presence itself is a great blessing that attracts very positive energy, repels ill fortune and protects all beings and environments.

Turn this year one into the most positive, successful one ever. If in Malaysia, make your special donation by cheque to “Kechara House”. Official receipts will be issued.
For further information, check this out:- http://buddhas-space.com/?p=856
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