BHSMC Calendar List

༄༅། །གདུགས་དཀར་ཟློག་པ་ནི། 2016 Year of the Monkey: Offending the Tai Sui & Removing Obstacles

Date: 
2016/01/31 - 15:00

The Tai Sui are stars directly opposite of Jupiter. In the Chinese zodiac, these 60 heavenly Soldiers, assist the Jade Emperor in taking charge of the well-being of the Mortal World. Each of them takes turn to be in charge for a year. Due to most of them having a military background, they are normally known as the Military Generals. Each of their features and weapons signifies the well-being of that year. For example, if the Tai Sui of the year is one who holds a pen, it signifies political unrest for that particular year. On the other hand, if the Tai Sui of the year holds a spear or sword it signifies the need to work hard and excel for that year.

Thousand-armed Avalokiteśvara Meditation Session (Taoyuan)

Date: 
2016/01/24 - 14:00

The routine meditation session on the 15th day of Tibetan Calendar

Location

  • Taoyuan Center: No.21, Ln. 101, Gaoshuang Rd., Pingzhen City, Taoyuan County 324, Taiwan TEL:03-4942362

Important

  • You can bring some offerings to Center; such as, flower, fruit, candy, milk, and any food.
  • Date: On the 15th day of every month (Tibetan calendar)
  • Time: PM14:00

Detail : more about Thousand-armed Avalokiteśvara ...

Tsog Offering to Guru Rinpoche

Date: 
2016/01/19 - 19:00

When attending a Tsog, each practitioner must bring an offering to be included on the shrine. Remember that the food we bring is an offering for the Buddhas and Bodhisattva, not for us! Therefore, it is not like a pot-luck. You should select the finest quality foods – as if you were expecting a very important guest – and not necessarily food that you like. When you go to the store to purchase Tsog food, be free from a mind of partiality and be sure you are buying (or making) the offerings with a pure motivation (not thinking about how much money you are spending!).

Green Tara puja study session (New Taipei City: Banqiao, Taoyuan)

Date: 
2016/01/09 - 19:00

The routine study session on the 30th day of Tibetan Calendar.

    Location:
  • Taoyuan County: No.21, Ln. 101, Gaoshuang Rd., Pingzhen City, Taoyuan County 324, Taiwan TEL:03-4942362
  • New Taipei Center : 5F., No.50, Aly. 3, Ln. 182, Sec. 2, Wenhua Rd., Banqiao District, New Taipei City 220, Taiwan TEL:02-2253-7855

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Tsog Offering to Dakini

Date: 
2016/01/04 - 19:00

Dakini is the female form of Energies in Tibetan Culture and beliefs. She appeared in many forms. As Vajrayogini, she is considered as the Mother of all Buddhas. As Prajna Paramita, she is considered as the Mother of Universe. As Yeshe Tsogyal, she is the Consort of Guru Rinpoche. She functioned as His consort in order to gather and codify His teachings, to be handed down to the future generations.

Year of the Horse 2014 Practice of RiwoSangchoe Mountain Smoke-Purification Ceremony & Prayer flag - Lung ta

Date: 
2016/01/01 - 08:00

Mountain of Pure Offerings (Riwo Sang Cho) is an effective core ritual that uses the smoke of burnt offerings to create vast spiritualized offerings for enlightened beings, local deities, land guardians and the all beings within the cycle of worldly existence. This blessing accumulates vast merit, clears away obstacles, increases wealth energy and improves health, while clearing karmic debts and healing the environment.

More: Mountain Smoke Offering - Riwo Sangcho
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Thousand-armed Avalokiteśvara Meditation Session (Taoyuan)

Date: 
2015/12/25 - 14:00

The routine meditation session on the 15th day of Tibetan Calendar

Location

  • Taoyuan Center: No.21, Ln. 101, Gaoshuang Rd., Pingzhen City, Taoyuan County 324, Taiwan TEL:03-4942362

Important

  • You can bring some offerings to Center; such as, flower, fruit, candy, milk, and any food.
  • Date: On the 15th day of every month (Tibetan calendar)
  • Time: PM14:00

Detail : more about Thousand-armed Avalokiteśvara ...

Tsog Offering to Guru Rinpoche

Date: 
2015/12/20 - 19:00

When attending a Tsog, each practitioner must bring an offering to be included on the shrine. Remember that the food we bring is an offering for the Buddhas and Bodhisattva, not for us! Therefore, it is not like a pot-luck. You should select the finest quality foods – as if you were expecting a very important guest – and not necessarily food that you like. When you go to the store to purchase Tsog food, be free from a mind of partiality and be sure you are buying (or making) the offerings with a pure motivation (not thinking about how much money you are spending!).

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