Join us on Wednesday, 11th October 2023 for a protective obstacle-repelling puja that calls upon the triple blessings of Dukkar, Sengdongma and the Heart Sutra.
Known as Dug Sher Seng Sum Dogyur in Tibetan, this powerful ritual pacifies obstacles and reverses inauspiciousness caused by illness, poverty, spirit harm, black magic, curses and negative dreams.
The puja will be conducted by visiting Sangha from Shar Gaden, Serpom, Phelgyeling and Segyu monasteries, alongside high lamas and esteemed geshes.
Benefits for sponsors and attendees
How to join
Admission to the puja is free and everyone is welcome.
To ensure we have enough seating for all guests, please RSVP your attendance here.
How to contribute
We seek your kind sponsorship to cover the costs of this and other pujas held in conjunction with Tsem Rinpoche’s 4th Parinirvana Anniversary.
Most pujas will be performed in Kechara Forest Retreat from late August to mid-October 2023. Your donation will help us with the cost of:
Donate online to the Tsem Rinpoche Parinirvana Anniversary Fund at VajraSecrets.com or WhatsApp us at wa.me/60103020999. Any amount is welcome and deeply appreciated.
If you are attending in person, you can offer kuyong (a token monetary offering) to the Sangha who will be conducting the puja.
Who is Dukkar?
Dukkar is a female Buddha who grants powerful protection from over 60 classes of spirits. Also known as White Umbrella or Sitatapatra in Sanskrit, she is very healing and strengthens the body against physical problems. Her practice is highly effective for purifying the karma of being wrongfully accused such as in arguments or legal cases. She is also beneficial for people who travel often or who are exposed to risks and dangers daily.
Who is Sengdongma?
Sengdongma is the ferocious Lion-Faced Dakini who protects against spirit attacks, magic and misfortune, particularly those specifically sent against us. She can also avert natural calamities, contagious diseases and acts of terror.
What is the Heart Sutra?
The Heart Sutra, or the Perfection of Wisdom Sutra, is one of the most well known of Buddhist scriptures. Although short, it is rich in meaning and history as it contains the essential concepts of Buddhist beliefs and philosophies. People who are afflicted by spirit disturbances are sometimes advised to recite the Heart Sutra as it is also very beneficial to the spirits who come looking for help.