Chenrezig Meditation and Prayer
On behalf of our Team here at CTR, we would like to thank each and every one of you for your participation to this precious teaching. In continuation of this meritorious full moon day, we would like to extend an invitation to all participants to our inaugural 100 Million Chenrezig Chants.
You can pledge a specific number of daily recitations. In offering a pledge you create a personal aspiration within your own mind-stream and propel us more quickly towards achieving our inaugural community goal of reciting 100,000,000 mantras as requested by Chung Rinpoche.
We have created a WhatsApp Group for participants to submit their monthly mantra counts, please email us your WhatsApp number to add you on. This is strictly a “no chat” group, only send 1. your name accompanied by your 2. chant count when prompted by group leader. 3. Reset your tally count back to ‘0’ once Rinpoche made the dedication prayer.
Materials and Resources
Dana (Generosity Practice)
In Buddhist tradition, we practice dana or generosity by making monetary offerings for the teachings. Dana is not payment for goods or services rendered. It is given from the heart, please give with much joy generously to your capacity.
The practice of generosity is one of the six paramitas in Mahayana teaching. Motivation and intention is very important when we give. Hence, take this opportunity to contemplate and practice when we offer dana to our teacher.
Your generosity is a gift that supports not just teacher but also Sangha, the larger dharma community, and your practice. Traditionally, students make dana only at the end of the 4 weeks teaching (link will be uploaded then).