Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund
Naga House Fund

Naga House Fund

SKU: 88000481

Naga House Fund

SKU: 88000481
  • Done-for-you Tibetan Buddhist service
  • Authentic lineage, performed by trained practitioners
  • Proceeds go towards supporting the temple
Regular price RM99.00
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Befriend the nagas and help the Dharma grow by supporting the Naga House Project in Kechara Forest Retreat. The offering of this special shrine pleases these powerful beings and bring great benefits for sponsors, including:

  • Healing from illnesses such as cancer, strokes, paralysis, contagious diseases and skin problems
  • Financial growth, material resources and unexpected windfalls
  • Protection from harm and disturbances by lower-level nagas
  • Pleases higher-level nagas so we can receive their help
  • Appeases any nagas that we may have offended
"Pleasing the nagas can result in improvements to one’s wealth, fame and health. Peace and harmony can increase, and various obstacles and sicknesses in life can be removed.” – Tsem Rinpoche –

You can support this project by sponsoring a naga vase or by making a donation of any amount. Your donation will be directed towards regular naga offerings and pujas, as well as on-going upkeep of the Naga House and Garden.

Making a Donation

  1. Set a positive intention before making a donation. The purer your intention, the greater the merit generated.
  2. Select your desired amount and style of sponsorship (where applicable).
  3. In the “Sponsor” section: Provide the name of the sponsor (benefactor).
  4. In the “Dedication” section: Provide the name of the person/entity the sponsorship is dedicated to. You can include a specific wish or request. This will be read during the dedication of merits.
  5. After making the donation, rejoice and dedicate the merits you have generated.
  6. From time to time, we share updates of various projects on our website and social media pages (Facebook and Instagram). Please follow us if you would like to stay informed.

If you are uncertain which project is best suited to your interests or needs, please contact us for assistance.

About Nagas

Nagas are a type of serpent spirit that generally reside in woodlands, forests and jungles, as well as areas close to natural water bodies. These powerful beings are endowed with magical powers and are custodians of great wealth.

Their abilities include controlling the weather, bringing good fortune, and enhancing fertility and positivity. Conversely, they can also inflict diseases, obstacles and natural disasters.

When nagas are unhappy, they can cause many problems and harm us like a vengeful enemy. They are highly sensitive, extremely clean and are easily displeased by pollution, construction, destruction of nature, killing of animals, disharmony and broken samaya.

However, if we please and befriend them, nagas can bring immense benefits and help us, just like a powerful friend. Naga pujas and offerings are primarily performed to appease nagas that may have been offended, or to please nagas that are active in areas where we wish to live, work or conduct business.

About the Naga House

The Naga House at Kechara Forest Retreat was created to establish and maintain a good relationship with these powerful beings. This special shrine houses 50 Naga Vases — consecrated ritual vases which are inhabited by nagas and contain their energy.

The Naga House also has a Buddha Shakyamuni shrine, copper offering vessels, and a naga garden planted with offerings of sandalwood trees, flowers and other fragrant wood.

As many of us have a strong karmic connection with the nagas, the Naga House is beneficial on an individual level. It is also very beneficial:

  • For the land in terms of pacifying the weather and fertility of the greenery.
  • For the organisation in terms of generating wealth for Dharma activities.
  • For the growth of Dharma in general.
  • For individual sponsors in terms of health, wealth, fame and harmony, and to please and appease the nagas.

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