White Amitayus and Kurukulle Puja Jan 14 -15 2012

White Amitayus and Kurukulle Puja Jan 14 -15 2012

Postby phantom59 » Thu Dec 29, 2011 6:48 pm

Event : White Amitayus and Kurukulle Puja by Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche
Date : January 14 - 15 2012
Venue : Teochew Building
Address : 97, Tank Road
Map :
http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_tra ... ite_22279/
Programme :
January 14 Saturday
2:30pm - 4:00pm White Amitayus Puja
4:00pm - 56:00pm Mahakala Puja
7:30pm - 9:00pm White Amitayus Puja

January 15 Sunday
10:00am - 11:30am Kurukulle Puja and Empowerment
2:00pm - 2:30pm Kurukulle Puja
4:00pm - 6:00pm Kurukulle Fire Puja
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Sponsors for White Amitayus and Kurukulle Puja Jan 14 -15 20

Postby phantom59 » Thu Jan 12, 2012 2:54 pm

Sponsors for White Amitayus and Kurukulle Puja Jan 14 -15 2012

Kurukulle’s Hook & Lasso

Kurukulle’s main activity is magnetization. She holds a flower hook in her lower right hand and a lasso in her lower left hand. Both theseimplements enable her to catch those of us who have strayed from thepath Dharma. She magnetizes all the splendor of samsaric existence andnirvanic peace: the sangha, gods, nagas, humans, food, clothing, wealth, attendants, disciples, followers, harmonious companions, well-soundingfame and abundance. The form of red utpala flowers stands as a symbolof purity because of the way it grows out of mud through the water andinto the purity of the air. Each hook can be sponsored for $128 and lasso can be sponsored for SGD$88

Long Life Arrow

The arrow shaft represents the central channel and the smoothness of the three bamboojoints represent the untying of psychic knots that constricts the flow of wind into the central channel. The three sections of the bamboo shaft and the three steering feathersrepresent the trinities of body, speech and mind; the three kayas; the three times, realms and poisons. The four splits made in the bamboo shaft for the arrowhead symbolize the four concentrations; mindfulnesses; immeasureables; activities and four joys, fourmoments and four levels of tantra. The sharp vajra-point of the arrowhead symbolizes theconcentration of wisdom as penetrating awareness. The sinews of threads represent the binding of tantric commitments. The five coloured cloth represents the binding of the Five Buddha wisdoms and the five perfections of method (generosity, discipline,patience, diligence and concentration). The two sides of the arrow’s releasing notch represent the union of relative and absolute truth and the union ofconventional and ultimate bodhicitta. The mirror represents the reflection of the mind Each arrow can be sponsored for SGD$108

White Amitayus Long Life Vase (Limited to 5 only)

The long life vase is a handheld emblem of Buddha Amitayus. The top rim of the vasehas four leaf-shaped pendants which represent four cardinal Buddhas (Akshobya,Ratnasambhava, Vairochana and Amogasiddhi) that surrounds Amitabha at the centre ofthe long-life mandala. Padmasambhava holds this long life vase in his skull cap, the blue nectar of which overflows to fill the skull cap with amrita. Each vase has a statue ofAmitayus at the top and each vase contains in it numerous precious substance including an Amitayus statue, Long Life pill consecrated by H. E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche anddharma pills from the great Nyingma and Kagyu masters (e.g. Kyabje Chatral Rinpoche, H.H. Dudjom Rinpoche, 16th Gyalwa Karmapa, ). The vases will be consecrated during the puja by H.E. Tsikey Chokling Rinpoche.Each vase can be sponsored for SGD$1800
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