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Green Tara Puja,
Also known as Praises to the 21 Taras, are a powerful and effective prayer to Mother Tara. Each
one of the twenty-one Taras represents a different aspect of the wisdom energy of mother Tara.
Tara is a female Buddha, a manifestation of the ultimate wisdom of all the Buddhas. Each of the
Twenty-one Taras is a manifestation of the principal Tara, Green Tara. Tara is also known as the
‘Mother of the Conquerors’.
Tara is our common mother, our Holy Mother. When we are young we turn to our worldly
mother for help. She protects us from immediate dangers, provides us with all our temporal
needs, and guides and encourages us in our learning and personal development.
In the same way, during our spiritual growth we need to turn to our Holy Mother, Tara, for
refuge. She protects us from all internal and external dangers, she provides us with all the
necessary conditions for our spiritual training, and she guides us and inspires us with her
blessings as we progress along the spiritual path.
If we rely upon Mother Tara sincerely and with strong faith she will protect us from all obstacles
and fulfill all our wishes. Since she is a wisdom Buddha, and since she is a manifestation of the
completely purified wind element, Tara is able to help us very quickly.
If we recite the twenty-one verses of praise we shall receive inconceivable benefits. These
praises are very powerful because they are Sutra, the actual words of Buddha. It is good to recite
them as often as we can.
Medicine Buddha Puja
Medicine Buddha puja is beneficial for mental and physical healing and world peace. This puja
is especially helpful for those who are experiencing physical or mental illness or those who have
recently passed away. Typically we do these pujas in English. More about the benefits of Medicine Buddha puja:
Many eons ago, seven bodhisattvas strongly prayed for the temporal and ultimate happiness of
all sentient beings, that their names become wish-fulfilling in order to heal both the mental and
physical sicknesses and diseases of sentient beings. They vowed that their prayers will be
actualized during these degenerate times when the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha are in
decline. When they became enlightened, one of the ten powers of a Buddha is the power of
prayer - that means that all the prayers that have been made get fulfilled. As the Buddha's holy
speech is irrevocable, you can wholly trust in their power to quickly grant blessings to help all
sentient beings in these degenerate times. They are called the Seven Medicine Buddhas, the main
one is `Lapis Buddha of Medicine, King of Light'. Buddha Shakyamuni taught the teachings on
the Medicine Buddha, and according to one tradition, is also considered as one of the Medicine
Buddhas, and hence the Eight Medicine Buddhas.
The seven Medicine Buddhas manifested in order to pacify the obstacles to the achievement of
temporary happiness, liberation and the ultimate happiness of full enlightenment. They are
powerful in healing diseases as well as for purification. The Medicine Buddha practice can be
used to help purify those who have already died and liberate them from suffering. It is also very
powerful in bringing about success, both temporary and ultimate.
The reason why the Medicine Buddha practice brings success is that in the past when the seven
Medicine Buddhas were bodhisattvas practicing the path to enlightenment, they promised and
made extensive prayers to actualize all the prayers of living beings of the degenerate time when
the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha are in decline. They generated a very strong intention to
become enlightened for this reason; this was their motivation for meditating on and actualizing
Vajravidarana Healing Ritual
The Tantric ritual of Vajravidarana is a ritual of purification and has three stages: purification
and removing of negativities; removing subtle negative imprints; and offering protection.
Vajravidarana purifies sickness, mental disturbances, infectious diseases, disputes, enmities,
defilements, misfortunes, bad omens, victimization by others, premature death, negative
influences of the stars, harm from rulers and thieves, influence of demons, the agents of death,
obstacles, misguidance, and factors against congenial life.
Geshe Tsultrim la has studied Tibetan Astrology at Gaden Shartse Monastery in South for many
years. Tibetan Astrology is different from Western Astrology. It focuses more on our
personalities and characters than on how they are related to our previous lives or karma. Tibetan
Astrology believes that obstacles in our lifetime are removable, and our longevity and prosperity
can be increased by understanding our personal Astrology and working with ritual, prayer and
meditation to increase the positive and antidote any negative karmic influences.
Mo: Tibetan Divination System
spiritual teachings, material objects such as medicine and food, fearlessness, loving kindness and
advice on how to deal with the travails of worldly existence. Since the Buddhas are endowed
with knowledge of the cause and effect of all conditions as well as in sight into their ultimate
reality, the use of Mo could prove beneficial if combined with unwavering faith in and one-
pointed concentration upon the Buddhas. Mo is thus one of the ways in which unenlightened
beings may rely upon the Buddhas to help overcome predica ments in their everyday lives. There
are two primary functions of the Mo. First of all, it is a sy stem that allows us to help ourselves to
see a situation or event clearly. Secondly, if we use it for others with the proper motivation of
performing a self less act of giving as has been extensively done by many of the great teachers of
Tibet it is a sy stem that enhances our practice of the Bodhisattva's path. There is also a
secondary function of the Mo. The central, most profound teaching of the Buddha is Pratitya
Samutpada, which may be translated as interdependent origination or co-dependent arising. This
teaching si multaneously explains the essence of the interplay of causes and conditions on the
relative, worldly level of reality and the essence of emptiness, or selflessness, on the ultimate
level of reality. Although diligent ef forts are needed in concentration and insight to attain a
realization of interdependent origination, a sy stem such as Mo reveals a glimpse of the
interdependence and causal play of the world in which we live and may hopefully induce one to
investigate it on a deeper level.
Part I deals with the preparations and how to ask questions; Part II with the results; and
Part III with the remedies.
Questions can be asked in relation to eighteen different matters. Please choose 3
questions from the list below. These are:
1) a1. Spiritual and Worldly Matters
1, Basic Mo (if someone does not ask a specific question about health or wealth,
but asks about themselves in general)
2) 2) Purpose (will a particular action be successful or not?)
3) Journey (will it be comfortable or dangerous?)
4) House or Land (their suitability)
5) Helper (will someone be of help?)
6) Sickness (to determine its nature and remedies)
7) Doctor (will his help be beneficial?)
8) Medicine or Treatment (will it be effective?)
9) Family (family’s health, wealth and happiness)
10)Childbirth (will there be childbirth? Boy or girl?)
11)Lifespan (is someone’s life in danger or not?)
12)Business (will it be profitable?)
13)Lawsuit (how are the prospects?)
14)Lost Property (can it be found? Where to look for it?)
15)Guest (will they come or not?)
16)Enemy (are they to be feared? Is the time right for wrathful action?)
17)Demons (if demons are harming, which kind of demons?)
18)Wealth (prospects for possessions in general and livestock)
Please choose 3 from the questions above.
Conditions often ripen in our lives as obstacles may arise in form sickness, mental disturbances,
financial disturbances, mental confusion which may benefit from powerful rituals to eliminate
their effects. Geshela can perform rituals to transform negative conditions into positive
conditions, such as eliminating negative forces, increasing positive forces, long life, healing,
protection, transformation of forces in the environment, and more. These need to be discussed
personally with Geshela so he can determine the appropriate rituals.
HOME, BUSINESS, AND LAND BLESSINGS
Conditions also often ripen in our homes, businesses, land and communities that call for
powerful rituals to eliminate their effects. For house, business, land blessings; Geshela will
perform rituals to transform negative conditions into positive conditions, which may eliminate
negative forces, increasing positive forces, long life, healing, protection, transformation of forces
in the environment, and more. These need to be discussed personally with Geshela so he can
determine the appropriate rituals.
Green Tara puja ( Improve Wealth, Deities of wealth ) $200 (Takes about 2:30 hours)
Eight Medicine Buddha’s puja (Buddha presiding over the healing art) $200 (takes about 2:30
Special Prayers for dying person (to pacify obstructive situations; obstacles subside) $ 100 (takes
more then a hour)
List of Workshop:
Thangka painting Workshop $95 per person – 2 days – 6 hours a day
Mandala painting Workshop $ 95 per person (2 days)
Tibetan Caligraphy Workshop $95 Per person (2 days)
Buddhist Symbol Art Talk $ 30 per person(2 hour)
Thangka Commissions: Buddha $500, Female Deity $650, Wrathful $750, All paintings 18’ by
25’ (the will takes three weeks)
List of Healing, Astrology, Divination and so on
Astrology $75 a person (takes about 1 hour)
Divination $45 a person(they will takes 40 minutes)
Individual Healing $75 per person (they will takes 35 to 40 minutes)
Group Healings $20 - $25 per person (will take 90 minutes)
House Blessing $150 (takes more then 1 hours.) apporx,
Business Blessing $150 ( will take about a hour) apporx,
Give Refuge Vow (Individual) $75 ( will about a hour) apporx,
Lectures by donation or suggested donation for a person $20 to $25 ( will takes two hours)
lectures in School classroom $200 – 90 minutes
List of Dharma Teaching and lectures:
1. Buddhist Philosophy,
2. Four Noble Truths,
3. The Way of Compassion or On Becoming Compassionate,
4. Death, Bardo and Rebirth,
5. The Care of Sacred Objects,
6. The Six Perfections,
7. The Eight Worldly Concerns,
8. Happiness and Peace of Mind,
9. Ethics in Difficult time,
10. Educating the Heart,
11. Diffrence in Compassion, love and attchement.
12. Principle Aspects of the Path
13. The 12 Links of Dependent Origination
14. The 8 Verses of Mind Training
15. Buddhist Perspective on Climate Change
(Each topic is a 90 discusson plus Q&A)
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