Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund
Wesak Essential Offering Fund

Wesak Essential Offering Fund

SKU: 88000199

Wesak Essential Offering Fund

SKU: 88000199
  • Done-for-you Tibetan Buddhist service
  • Authentic lineage, performed by trained practitioners
  • Proceeds go towards supporting the temple
Regular price RM198.00
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Celebrate Wesak Day with Kechara and accumulate 100,000x extra merits on the most virtuous Buddhist day. Our Wesak offering bundles include a combination of Wesak prayers and offerings, and Saga Dawa pujas. The Wesak Essential Offering package includes:

  • 5 x Light Offerings
  • 1 x 1-ft Dragon Incense (set of 3)
  • 1 x Dedication Tablet
  • 1 x Buddha Bathing
  • 1 x Food Offering (small)
  • 1 x Saga Dawa Lama Chopa Tsog Puja (small)

Our sangha and pastors will make prayers and offerings on your behalf, and dedicate the merits according to your wishes during our Wesak Day prayers at Kechara Forest Retreat.

All proceeds support the maintenance of the temple.

Orders close May 22, 2024 (Wed) 4.00 pm (GMT +8).

* This is an offering/prayer service and no product will be shipped.
* Please read the “Service + Offering Guidelines” for additional information.

Requesting a Service

  1. Set a positive intention before requesting the offering service. The purer your intention, the greater the merit generated.
  2. Select your desired offering quantity, size and style (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 offering is dedicated to. You can include a specific wish or request. This will be recited before/after the offering is done to dedicate merits for your wishes to be fulfilled.
  5. After submitting your offering service request, rejoice and dedicate the merits.
  6. We will inform you by email once your offering has been fulfilled.

If you are uncertain which offering service best suits your needs, please contact us for assistance.

Wesak Offering Service

  • Wesak offerings and dedication of merits will be performed on your behalf during the Wesak Festival at Kechara Forest Retreat.
  • Saga Dawa pujas will be performed on your behalf by June 6 (Thu), the last day of the Month of Merits.
  • This is an offering service and no product will be shipped.

About Wesak Day

Wesak is the most important day of the year for Buddhists everywhere. It’s so significant because this day commemorates three momentous events in Buddha’s life — his birth, enlightenment and parinirvana.

In the Tibetan tradition, Wesak is synonymous with the 4th lunar month of Saga Dawa. Tibetan Buddhists believe that merits are multiplied in general throughout the month, and on the 15th day known as Saga Dawa Düchen or Wesak, the merits of our actions are hugely increased by 100,000 times!

That’s why Saga Dawa is also known as the Month of Merits, and it is a time when Tibetan Buddhists make extra efforts to practice more generosity, virtue, compassion, better temperament, and conduct, in order to accumulate greater merit.

About Shakyamuni Buddha

The Awakened One, Buddha Shakyamuni, is the prince who gave up the comforts of royal life to seek the truth. He was born Prince Siddhartha Gautama over 2,500 years ago. As an infant, holy men predicted that he would become a world-conquering ruler or a great saint. His father King Suddhodana provided every luxury to prevent him from a spiritual calling, but Siddhartha wasn't satisfied.

Venturing outside the palace, he saw old age, sickness and death. Overwhelmed by the suffering of the world, and spurred by his great love for all beings, Siddhartha gave up his kingdom and embarked on a journey of spiritual discovery. After a long search for the truth, he achieved full enlightenment under the Bodhi tree and eventually founded Buddhism — one of the world's greatest faiths.

By employing diverse skilful means, Buddha taught 84,000 methods to enlightenment, to suit all possible dispositions and spiritual levels of his students. Spiritual practice, as he taught it, was not mere words but a living example to inspire his disciples then and even now.

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