Update : Vajrakilaya Drupchod June 1-10

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Update : Vajrakilaya Drupchod June 1-10

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Event : Vajrakilaya Drupchod with His Holiness Sakya Trizin
Date : June 1-10
Programme :
1st June 2012 Friday
7pm 2-Day Vajrakilaya Wangchen: Preparation Day 1

2nd June 2012 Saturday
2pm-6pm 2-Day Vajrakilaya Wangchen: Main Day 2 (Must have Day 1 Wangchen)

3rd June 2012 Sunday
2:30pm – 6pm Explanation of Vajrakilaya Sadhana By His Holiness Sakya Trizin
(restricted to those people who have taken both days of Vajrakilaya Wangchen)

June 4th 2012 Monday : Whole Day
Preparation of Vajrakilaya Sand Mandala
5th June to 8th June 2012 Tuesday - Friday
9am- 12noon; (Dinner break 6-7pm); 4pm - 8pm
Vajrakilaya Drupchod - with Tsok
9th June Saturday 9am- 12noon; 2pm - 6pm
Vajrakilaya Drupchod - with Tsok
10th June 2012 Sunday
9am- 12noon 2pm - 6pm
Vajrakilaya Drupchod - with Tsok
6pm
His Holiness' Speech with advices, followed by Thanksgiving

http://www.sakyatenphelling.org/program ... elLing.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Kila (Sanskrit) or Phurpa (Tibetan) is a three-sided peg, dagger, or nail like ritual implement that is
used during Vajrakilaya practices and Puja. It is normally made from brass and iron. The head
(Pommel) of the Phurpa has the faces of Vajrakilaya; the handle is a Vajra and the blade is formed
from three triangular facets that taper to a point at the end. The blades represent the ability of the
implement to transform the three poisons which create the three worlds into transcendental wisdoms
of the Buddha. This is possible because the deity Vajrakilaya is closely embodied into the Phurpa
after consecration and will swiftly destroy all our poisons like anger, hatred, violence and aggression
by binding them at the blade and destroying them by the tip. The head of the Phurpa can be used for
imparting blessings.

As the Phurpa is consecrated and bound, it
represents the Nirmanakaya manifestation of
Vajrakilaya. We can plunge the kila into the earth to
invoke its effectiveness, or wrap it with a blue cloth or
khatag for those not initiated. We can place it
standing in a bowl or basket filled with rice grain by
piercing the rice vertically down with the pointed end.
For those who have been initiated or empowered, the
Phurpa can be used effectively during practices and
ceremonial prayers by stabilizing the ground. The
Phurpa through the power of the lama visualization
can purify and cure diseases, exorcise spirit within
and destroy maras, enhance meditation and perform
consecration during Puja and even control weather
conditions.
In summary the general functions of the Phurpa are
to:
1) Bestow blessings
2) Purify and Pacify
3) Destroy those who harm Dharma
4) Protect the Buddhadharma
Finally, for those who travel to afar regularly, open
new frontier in places where the Buddhadharma is
non-existent or visiting new places, it is very beneficial to be blessed by Kilaya and in possession of a
Phurpa for all round protection.

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Hevajra Path Empowerment and Vajrakilaya Fire Puja

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Event : Hevajra Path Empowerment
(Limited to 25 new registrants;Registration with office is mandatory)
Date : June 11 7:00pm
Event : Vajrakilaya Fire Puja
Date : June 16 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Venue : Sakya Tenphel Ling
Address : 5, Pasir Ris Drive 4
Map :
http://www.streetdirectory.com/asia_tra ... ite_82910/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Website : http://www.sakyatenphelling.org/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Programme :
http://www.sakyatenphelling.org/program ... elLing.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Vajrakilaya Phurpa : http://www.sakyatenphelling.org/program ... rbaPDF.pdf" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
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