Samayavajra Puja Fund for Purification & Broken Commitments

Samayavajra Puja Fund for Purification & Broken Commitments

SKU: 88000172

Samayavajra Puja Fund for Purification & Broken Commitments

SKU: 88000172
  • Done-for-you Tibetan Buddhist service
  • Authentic lineage, performed by trained practitioners
  • Proceeds go towards supporting the temple
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Mend broken vows, purify negative karma and restore good samaya with a Samayavajra puja. This puja is particularly effective to repair all transgressions created by disciples with their spiritual teachers.

The incredible purificatory power of Samayavajra's puja is most effective when one feels great remorse and regret towards any negative actions performed in the past. It can even purify negative karma collected since beginningless rebirths.

Benefits

  • Mends broken commitments and vows.
  • Repairs broken samaya.
  • Purifies negative karma arising from transgressions in the relationship with the spiritual teacher.

You may order multiple pujas or request a recurring puja subscription depending on the severity of your situation.

About Samayavajra

Samayavajra is a Tantric Buddha from the mandala of the Guhyasamaja tantra. Also known as Damtsig Dorje in Tibetan, his name literally means “Indestructible Close Bond”. His practice is one of the most powerful purifications for broken samaya and degenerated commitments, especially those arising from transgressions created by disciples with their spiritual teachers. This important purification practice is particularly emphasised within the Gelug tradition.

Requesting a Puja

  1. Set a positive intention before requesting the puja. The purer your intention, the greater the merit generated.
  2. Select your required size and style of puja (where applicable).
  3. In the “Sponsor” section: Provide the name of the puja sponsor (benefactor).
  4. In the “Dedication” section: Provide the name of the person/entity the puja is being done for. You can include a specific wish or request. This will be recited before/after your puja is done to dedicate merits for your wishes to be fulfilled.
  5. You may wish to include a photo of the person/entity the puja is being done for. This is completely optional; the puja will be equally effective regardless of whether a photo is provided or not.
  6. If you prefer your puja to be done on a specific date, please indicate in the remarks and we will do our best to accommodate your request.
  7. Your puja will be done at Kechara Forest Retreat in Bentong. If you wish to attend the puja in person, please indicate in the remarks and we will inform you once your puja is scheduled. Do note that we may not be able to accommodate specific date & time requests.
  8. After submitting your puja request, rejoice and dedicate the merits.
  9. We will inform you by email once your puja has been completed.

If you are uncertain which puja best suits your needs, or if the puja you have been advised to do is not listed, please contact us for assistance.

Puja scale and style

  • Small puja: Performed by 4 puja practitioners with required puja offerings.
  • Medium puja: Performed by 8 puja practitioners with additional puja offerings.
  • Standard puja: Completed within 14 days after confirmation of payment or from the date of receipt of all necessary information, whichever is later.
  • Express puja: Completed within 3 days after confirmation of payment or from the date of receipt of all necessary information, whichever is later.

About Pujas

A puja is a formal set of rituals and prayers to help you overcome obstacles and create the results you’re looking for. Pujas work by purifying karma and creating merits. Merits are a special type of energy that can give you a good life situation and propel you to the highest spiritual state. What’s more, merits are superior to good karma because they won’t run out.

Pujas are traditionally performed in temples by qualified monks, nuns or lay practitioners. Each puja is centred around a specific Buddha deity, which is in turn centred around a particular aspect of enlightened activity or quality in order to fulfil a specific function.

They are done on behalf of benefactors who contribute towards the cost of the pujas and offerings. In return, the benefactor receives specific benefits such as:

  • Healing + long life
  • Better finances
  • Success in personal + business endeavours
  • Protection from seen + unseen dangers
  • Fewer obstacles + challenges
  • Favourable situations
  • Purification of past negative karma
  • Good karma + great merits
  • Positive rebirth in higher realms

Puja offerings

It is customary to make an offering when requesting a puja. Puja offerings are a practice of generosity which adds to the accumulation of merit and creates auspicious connections between the benefactor, the person being prayed for, the Buddha being prayed to, and the sangha/practitioners offering the prayers and pujas. Puja costs are generally determined by:

  • Puja type and size
  • The physical offerings required such as candles, flowers, incense, tormas (ritual cakes), tsog (feast offerings) and other substances
  • Token monetary offerings for monks, pastors or puja practitioners
  • Contributions to cover the running costs of the monastery/temple.

About Kechara’s Puja House

Kechara’s puja house (shabtenkhang) offers a wide range of authentic pujas and Buddhist offering services for every life situation.

  • Our experienced pastors + puja team have been trained by the ritual masters of the illustrious Gaden Monastery to perform pujas in the same way that they have been done for hundreds of years.
  • We have a trusted track record (over 10 years) of done-for-you pujas and offerings.
  • Our services are performed in-house at Kechara Forest Retreat, Malaysia’s largest Tibetan temple.
  • We are passionate about helping you improve your life through proven spiritual remedies.

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