Spirituality & Pets
Are you an animal lover or paw-rent? If you are, you’re probably doing your best to care for your furkids, protect them from harm, and provide them with a happy life. But beyond physical health and mental stimulation, did you know you can also provide spiritual wellness for your furriend?
Love your pets by planting Dharma in their consciousness. Let them be blessed. Let them be planted with the seeds of meeting the sacred Dharma in another life.
In this way, their time with you will not go to waste. They are with you for a reason. So please put Dharma in their mindstream and give them that type of great love so that when they separate from you, they will be okay due to your compassion.
Just as your pet’s physical & emotional needs depend on you as their caregiver, so too does their spirituality. Only you can effect a change for the betterment of their future existence.
Our founder, His Eminence Tsem Rinpoche, believed that the most important thing a loving owner can do for their pets is to infuse their lives with as much spirituality as possible, to prepare for their future lives. This is the deepest type of love, the one that extends beyond this life.
Taking care of your pet can also be the start of your own spiritual journey. All you need is to understand that spiritual practice is about developing kindness and benefiting everyone around you, whether two- or four-legged, and to realise that spiritual practice can happen anywhere, anytime and with anyone.
Spiritual Pet Care @ Home
Easy ways to improve your pet’s spiritual wellbeing at home:
Spiritual Pet Care @ Kechara
At Kechara, we can help you create even more pawsitive conditions for your pets.
To learn more about spiritual care for your pet, enquire about pujas and other services, contact us at:
Mumu a.k.a. Yogi was H.E. Tsem Rinpoche’s beloved schnauzer companion. While Mumu was alive, Rinpoche recited millions of mantras, dedicated hundreds of pujas, and did everything possible to create tremendous spiritual imprints for Mumu. And when Mumu passed away in March 2017, Rinpoche created Mumu’s Memorial in Kechara Forest Retreat so that Mumu would be forever connected to Buddha Vajrayogini. See Mumu’s story >>