Dorje Shugden’s Entourage
When we engage in Dorje Shugden’s practice, we also invoke upon his 32-deity entourage. Thus, it is important to understand the different elements that make up Dorje Shugden’s divine mandala and to be able to visualise this clearly in our daily meditations.Read more
Setting Up A Tibetan Buddhist Altar Hot
For Buddhists, the altar forms the focal point of their practice. A Buddhist altar is used by the practitioner to purify negative karma, and to generate merits which will create the causes for us to have conducive conditions in order to further our spiritual practice.Read more
Video: The Mandala of Dorje Shugden
This introduction to the various deities of Dorje Shugden’s mandala illustrates the many ways in which he can assist us, through the Five Families of Dorje Shugden as well as through his entourage – the Nine Mothers, the Eight Guiding Monks and the Ten Youthful and Wrathful Deities.Read more
Invocation Prayer of Dorje Shugden
The practice of invocation is an integral part of Buddhist liturgy, especially in specific deity practices. As such, during rituals, prayers or even our daily practice of Dorje Shugden, we invoke upon his divine form and energies to descend when invited.Read more
His Eminence Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen
Described as “one of the last living Tibetan Buddhist masters to have been trained in Tibet” before the Tibetan Uprising on 10 March 1959, Venerable Geshe Tsultim Gyeltsen was born in 1924 in the Kham province of eastern Tibet.Read more
hi i am drawn to practise with Dorje Shugden. how can i do this online please? any temples n Somerset , cornwall or London?
Dear Sir or Madame, this is Mike Lisi,
I would like to know, if there are any Dorje Shudgen Initiations? Eventually online
Regards Mike Lisi
i needed an empowerment cum initiation for practice of bhagawan dorje shugden as a beginner. Please help
My mother passed away just over 2 months ago and I was very close to her. While she was sick, I took care of her and tried to make her life as comfortable as possible given the pain that she was in. My question is: in Buddhism, do people honor or worship their relatives who have passed, and can they still hear from even after some time has passed?
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