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  • Ken

    Posted on April 19, 2018 1

    Hello, I also wonder wether there is an english translation of the "Request for Activities of Dorje Shugden" on your prayer page?

    Best wishes

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  • Tenzin Gejor

    Posted on April 16, 2018 1


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  • Ken

    Posted on April 15, 2018 2


    I the mantra for increase on your web page (OM BENZA WIKI BITANA PUNYE SIDDHI HUNG) connected with the main form of Dorje Shugden or is it connected with Gyenze?

    And what is the particular quality/activity or benefit of Dorje Shugdens main form, Duldzin, in relation to his other emanations such as Trakze? - When is this main form, Duldzin, invoked and called upon as compared to Trakze being a wrathful form to protect from danger and black magic? And is it a "peaceful" form?

    Thank you for the patience.

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  • Ken

    Posted on April 7, 2018 4

    Hello, is the mantra «Om benza wiki bitana shartrum maraya phet» a mantra of Trakze or is it for another form of Dorje Shugden?

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on April 7, 2018

      Dear Ken,

      The mantra Om Benza Wiki Bitana Shatrum Maraya Phet is not the mantra of Trakze, or another form of Dorje Shugden. This mantra invokes the main form of Dorje Shugden but with the main focus of the destruction of obstacles, and inner and outer enemies. Inner enemies here refers to emotions and thoughts that lead ourselves and others to suffering. Outer enemies here refers to situations that cause ourselves and others suffering.

      Trakze's mantra is Om Benza Wiki Bitana Rakya Rakya Hung. You can read more about Trakze's practice here: I hope this helps. Thank you.

  • Gejor

    Posted on April 1, 2018 6

    So it will be a false allegation if I mention that your community help people by financially those who follow Dorjee shugden. Because I saw in my life that many people who follow Dorjee shugden bless by wealth and success. It just a question my intention is not to hurt your sentiments and pointing towards your respected community.
    Thank you

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on April 1, 2018

      Dear Gejor,

      Thank you for your question. As I mentioned in an earlier reply, any Dharma organisation or even normal practitioner of the Buddha's teachings seeks to help others in whatever means they can, sometimes this can take the form of financial aid, but mostly it comes in the form of care and compassion. Such as helping those who are ill, who have passed away, their families, providing emotional and spiritual support during the times people are suffering in their lives. This is exactly what a family would do. In fact within the teachings as taught by Shantideva, there are meditations in which we contemplate on the kindness of our mother and then extend that to those people who are close to us, and then to every sentient being. This generates the strong feeling of love and compassion towards all beings. This results in our working tirelessly to aid beings as best we can, in whichever way they would need.

      The blessings of Dorje Shugden bestowing things like wealth and success on people is not dependent on what organisation you belong to. It is dependent on practicing the Buddha's teaching, and making a connection with the divine beings such as Dorje Shugden. His practice is so much more than one that provides you with success in life, but also protection from spirits, healing, creating conditions so that you can practice Buddhism properly and as an emanation of Manjushri can help you to develop wisdom as well.

      Our sentiments are not hurt, please do not worry. We just wanted to share that Dorje Shugden's practice is so much more than gaining wealth and success. I hope this answer helps you.

      Thank you.

  • Tenzin

    Posted on March 29, 2018 5

    I heard u help people who come under your roof and by following your dharma he will bless you with success wealth and happy life is it true

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 29, 2018

      Dear Tenzin,

      Thank you for your question. You don't need to be under our roof to be blessed with success, wealth and happy life. If you practice the Buddhist path sincerely, transform your mind to be more compassionate and wise, and help other to the best of your ability, you will be blessed. The Dharma we practice comes from the great monasteries of Tibet, and in turn the Dharma from there stems back to Buddha Shakyamuni. If you are practising any form of Buddhadharma that has a lineage back to the Buddhas and great masters, then if you engage in the practices sincerely, you will surely gain benefit. It is not about which Dharma centre or organisation you belong to, but the practices themselves. I hope this helps. Thank you.

  • Tenzin

    Posted on March 28, 2018 8

    Is it true that you help people if they joined your community or organisation

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 28, 2018

      Dear Tenzin,

      It is the Buddhist way to help as many people as one can. Therefore, whether you join our community or organisation, If it is within our ability to help you in your problems in life, then we strive to do so. That is what it means to practice spirituality, to help alleviate another person's suffering. The Buddha taught to show compassion to all beings, regardless who they are. Therefore, we try to help as many people as we can. I hope that answers your question. Thank you.

  • Tsetan phuntsok

    Posted on March 24, 2018 4

    I live in nepal Kathmandu boudha. I am tibetan . I want to study about dorje shugden dharma. How can I contact ?

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 24, 2018

      Dear Tsetan Phuntsok,

      Thank you for your question. I am glad you want to know more about Dorje Shugden. If you go to this link:, His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche has opened two fantastic Dorje Shugden chapels in Kathmandu. If you are in the Boudha area, one of the chapels are very close by that you can visit and learn more. You can make offerings to the statue to gain merit and take some of the free distribution materials to learn more. I hope this helps.

  • Shwetabh Gupta

    Posted on March 22, 2018 5

    Hi, I'm in New Delhi, is there a temple or teacher I can meet here to pursue Tsongkhapa and Dorje Shugden?

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 22, 2018

      Dear Shwetabh Gupta,

      Thank you for your question. At the moment, perhaps you can search online for the contact details of the Delhi Dorje Shugden society. They should be able to point you in the right direction of a particular temple and or teacher located in Delhi. I am sure there is one, but I do not have the details at hand. They society will be the best ones to point you in the right direction. I am very glad to read that want to learn more about Lama Tsongkhapa and Dorje Shugden. I hope this helps. Thank you

  • jason tay

    Posted on March 11, 2018 5

    Hi, i from singapore ,where i can find guru practice Dorje Shugden or temple with Dorje Shugden

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 11, 2018

      Dear Jason Tay,

      Thank you for your question. I do not know of any Dorje Shugden temple based in Singapore. However the nearest would be the Kechara Buddhist Organisation in Malaysia. You can find more information about them here:

  • Anthony

    Posted on March 8, 2018 4

    Hi there, have been quite a long time seems this website is not updating... Looking forward to more interesting article and discussions regarding Dorje Shugden... :)

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on March 8, 2018

      Dear Anthony,

      Yes, this website is still active. If you do want to ask any questions of have a discussion, you can always ask here or post your question on the discussions page:

  • Jason Lai

    Posted on February 24, 2018 14

    Pls advise me, where is Dorje Shugden Temples in Thailand?

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on February 24, 2018

      Dear Jason Lai,

      Thank you for your question. Unfortunately we do not know of any particular Dorje Shugden temples in Thailand. The closest large Dorje Shugden temple that we know about would be Kechara Forest Retreat in Malaysia. I hope this helps.

  • A.A.

    Posted on November 19, 2017 11


    Can I ask about the 6th panglung kuten? Can I know about his life in more detail? For example which was the year when he is passing away? And who was he? He was a monk? Can we know more detail about his life? I'm a searching about this lineage and I'm very curious.


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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on November 19, 2017

      Dear A.A.

      Thank you for your question. The 6th Panglung Kuten was actually not a monk but a layman, the lineage of the Panglung Oracles was passed to his son, the 7th Panglung Kuten who is himself a monk. In fact it was the 6th Panglung Kuten who gave the Dalai Lama the advice to leave Tibet, via Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche. There is not much about his life written in English, but you may find some useful information here: This article is about the re-establishment of Panglung Ritroe, or the hermitage of the Panglung Oracles. I hope this helps. Thank you

  • Julia

    Posted on October 30, 2017 8

    Tashi delek!

    we are going to Tibet in April, 2018. Could you, please advise, is it possible to meet with Lama Jampa Ngodup Wangchuk Rinpoche? And which Rinpoche it is possible to meet in Tibet? thank you

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on October 30, 2017

      Dear Julia,

      Thank you for your questions. It is nice to hear that you will be going to Tibet in April. Unfortunate we are not aware of Lama Jampa Ngodup Wangchuk Rinpoche's schedule. You may want to contact his monastery or centre directly for more information. As for other Rinpoches, there are many in Tibet but we do not have all their plans for the year.

      Depending on where you live in the world, there may be lamas closer to you. Seeking an audience with them might easier than meeting lamas from Tibet. You can search online for your nearest Tibetan Buddhist centre.

  • Jocelyn

    Posted on October 20, 2017 84

    Hi dear Tsem Rinpoche,

    Tashi delek!
    May I have the following mantra in Tibetan words? Thanks!

    Dorje Shugden:






    Entourage Mantra

    Kache Marpo’s mantra:

    Setrap's Mantra:

    Thanks with love!

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on October 20, 2017

      Dear Jocelyn,

      Thank you for your question. Unfortunately I do not have all the mantras that you have requested in Tibetan script at hand. However, the main mantra of Dorje Shugden written in Tibetan script is below:


  • Kenneth

    Posted on October 15, 2017 34

    Hello, is the mantra for Control as found in the mantra-section; om benza wiki bitana washam kuru ho, the same mantra as the one in the Wangze-practice? Or is this mantra for Control for another form or Dorje Shugden?

    Best wishes,

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on October 15, 2017

      Hello Kenneth,

      Yes the "control" mantra of Dorje Shugden is the same as in the Wangze practice. This is because Wangze is the control form of Dorje Shugden. He manifested in the form of Wangze with the primary function to "control". Even though Dorje Shugden has many types of mantras, this one corresponds to a particular form of Dorje Shugden, and that is the function of control. You can recite this prayer by visualising Dorje Shugden in his normal appearance or in the form of Wangze. If you are engaging in the Wangze practice however, then you should obviously visualise Wangze when you do the practice.

      In general, the Buddhas have four types of enlightened activity. These are pacifying, increasing, controlling and wrathful. Both the mantra and the practice of Wangze belong to the "control" aspect. You can read more about Wangze's practice here:

  • LILY

    Posted on October 2, 2017 12

    dear sir
    I need help for my son who has leg pain from last 12 yrs. we have got scan mri and all tests done but got no help. he says he will kill himself since its unbearable, recently someone said its black magic done on him. which puja/ prayer centre of buddhists do you suggest me to take him to. kindly help me urgently.
    Thanks and regards

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on October 2, 2017

      Dear Lily,

      I am very sorry to read about the problems you are going through. If you suspect that this is because of black magic, please engage in the practice of Trakze or better to get your son himself to engage in the practice if he is able to. Here is a link to the practice: The prayer text is included in the post, just click on the link and you can download the text. Even though he looks very wrathful, this is because Trakze arises from Dorje Shugden's compassion to help us. This is one of the most effective methods that i have come across to deal with black magic. Please read the post carefully and engage in the practice diligently. If the pain is really from black magic then it will help for sure.

      You can also sponsor a Trakze puja here:

      Or a Medicine Buddha puja here for healing, health and wellbeing:

      I hope this helps. Please write back with more information if you need to so we can give more advice if needed.

  • peter

    Posted on September 4, 2017 7

    i am unable to find the place and date of birth of Dorje Shugden. Some information about Dorje's background would also be interesting. Thank you.

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  • Dan Frye

    Posted on August 21, 2017 3

    And was wondering if it would be possible to camp on your land for the night? We plan on arriving the 24th but it may change. If you do allow us to stay on your land for the night then I'll let you know if that date has changed.

    I guess by us I mean my wife and our little boy (he is 2.5 years old).

    I am a Buddhist but somewhat new to the practice. We well gladly help out with what ever you would like done around the temple.

    Thank you very much.


    Dan, Brie and Koda

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on August 21, 2017

      Dear Dan Frye,

      Thank you for your question. If you would like to visit Kechara Forest Retreat, please contact Kechara House Front Desk on: +603 7803 3908. At the moment we do not have an allocated space for camping, however we do have accommodation at Dukkar Apartments, which would be better suited to your needs since you have your little boy with you. Front Desk will be able to provide you with more information and help organize arrangements if you are still planning on visiting. We can only accommodate those who have made arrangements prior to visiting. I hope this helps.

      You can read more about Kechara Forest Retreat here: We also have meditation programmes every month, you can find more details and the dates of these programmes on the link above. I hope this helps.



  • Ryan

    Posted on August 16, 2017 14

    Dear Ven pastor,

    I am struggling really badly at work with very bad workplace politics. I have all my life go the extra mile to help others (obvious to colleagues below the authority levels) but not to the bosses.

    Even now one of my supportive boss refused to reply my calls/emails for support against vindictive and malicious elements at work.

    I am a simple man who just want a peaceful life. I have given up on recognition long time ago. The risks of potential loss of career is compunded by my awareness of having 2 young dependent children in my family.

    I have started the purification ritual and Dharma protector but mentally it is painful and difficult to concentrate in my saddened state of mind.

    Is it too late for this current problem for the purification and Dharma protector roles to make a difference? Is there anything specifically I can do to resist my superiors who are really trying to adversely impact on my profession?

    Thank you

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    • Answer from Pastors


      Posted on August 16, 2017

      Dear Anonymous,

      Thank you for your question. I am sorry to read that you are having such a difficult time at work. It is never too late to engage in purification practices and Dharma protector practices to make a difference. They will always be of benefit. These practices help you deal with problems in life by alleviating you of negative situations. However since all that we go through in life is based on karma, some situations will take a longer time for us to see change. For example, some of the situations we are go through in life could be due to very strong karma from previous lives, therefore it takes us a longer period of time using these practices to see change. The more you practice, the more the karma will be purified causing these situations to arise. They key here to be consistent in your practice, and you will definitely see a change.

      At the same time, since these situations are caused by karma, we should not add more negative karma to it. We should instead do the exact opposite, which is to be kind to and benefit others. The force of positive karma and spiritual merit can actually overcome the effects of negative karma until it is completely purified. Another method you can do, is to engage in retreats, where you engage in the practices intensively. This provides a boost to your spiritual practice and the purification of the negative karma is sped up.

      In this specific case, you should continue your practices and you will definitely see an improvement in your situation. The other thing you should do is contemplate on the suffering that your superiors are going through. They act in the way they do because of their own karma and how it has affected their minds to act and behave in negative ways. Rather than be angry or annoyed at them, you should meditate on the fact that they are that way because of their own negative karma. When you develop compassion for them, because this is virtuous, this will speed up the process of the purification of negative karma. I hope this helps.

      Thank you