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Four Mandala offering to Cittamani Tara

Performed once every month on 8th day of the Tibetan Month.

Tara the Wisdom Mother is invoked in times of personal difficulties, family and business problems, and when there is need for quick wisdom action. She manifests in twenty-one different forms to benefit all beings. In the aspect of Cittamani Tara, she responds quickly to the requests of those who pray to her.

 

Namgyalma  Puja

Performed once every month

This puja is performed to remove all obstacles to long life. Namgyalma is one of the three Long life Deities ( White Tara, Amitayus, and Namgyalma). Making requests to these deities helps to remove obstacles to one's lifespan that can manifest in the form of  accidents, quick, fatal illness. Praying to Namgyalam also can improve the quality of one's life. During this puja extensive offerings are made to accumulate merit and to purify all the hindrances to one's long life.Performed once every month.

VajrAYOGINI sELF INITIAtion

 

Performed once a month.

Every month on the 25th of the Tibetan Calendar, a group of senior nuns perform Vajrayogini Self Initiation. 

You can participate in the blessing of this ceremony by making offerings towards the Tsog.

 

This creates the cause to receive this initiation, and to practice this in the future.

 

 

Homage to the godess white Tara

This prayer is recited daily

The prayer 'Homage to the Godess White Tara' was composed by the First Dalai Lama Gyalwa Gendun Drub. White Tara is particularly effective removing obstacles to one's long life and as a healing practice. Visually, she is notable for her seven eyes—four on the palms of her hand and soles of her feet, one in her wisdom eye location, and her two regular eyes. She is a female buddha - an aspect of Arya Tara.

The text of this prayer is supplied in the prayer section for your personal practice.

 

 

 

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Kopan Monastery
(Nepal Buddhist Mahayana Center Gompa)

Kopan Monastery is affiliated with FPMT
(Foundation for the preservation of the Mahayana Tradition)