I am happy to share with you some information about how religion is practice in the world, mainly Buddhism. How you can improve yourself in this world and help others to be liberated.
You can visit www.tsemtulku.com for more dharma practice and learning.
Contribution and Support
We hope for your support to ensure that KFR able to complete the work for the benefit of sentient beings.
Find out more about the work of Kechara Forest Retreat.
Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR)
Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR)
We like to thank Janice Kwok and Pastor Susan for giving us the opportunity to visit Kechara Forest Retreat at Bentong on the 1st June 2013. This is our first time going to a sacred piece of land that has given us the opportunity to create a good course for our spiritual development.The journey was great and everything went smooth sailing. It was a hot and sunny day and we were basking in the hot sun. As when we reached the Manjusri Hill, wind started to cool the atmosphere and the heat was toned down. We felt blessed. These are the some pictures that we took and more will be shared with you soon.
Kechara Forest Retreat is still under construction and we need
support for the completion of the good work for the people.
KFR need more support from people to plant more trees in the area to ensure cooler (KFR) Kechara Forest Retreat (KFR) environment.
The greatest is the sacred Manjusri Hill. Look at the Manjusri at this sacred hill.
Who is Manjusri?
Mañjuśrī is depicted as a male Bodhisattva wielding a flaming sword in his right hand, representing the realization of transcendent wisdom which cuts down ignorance and duality. The scripture supported by the lotus held in his left hand is a Prajñāpāramitā sūtra, representing his attainment of ultimate realization from the blossoming of wisdom. Mañjuśrī is often depicted as riding on a blue lion, or sitting on the skin of a lion. This represents the use of wisdom to tame the mind, which is compared to riding or subduing a ferocious lion.
He is one of the Four Great Bodhisattvas of Chinese Buddhism, The other three are Bodhisattva Ti Chang Wang Pu Sha, Bodhisattva Kuan Yin, and Bodhisattva Samantabhadra. In China, he is often paired with Bodhisattva Samantabhadra.
In Tibetan Buddhism, Manjushri is depicted in a trinity with Chenrenzig and Vajrapani.
Mantra commonly associated with Mañjuśrī is the following:
"oṃ a ra pa ca na dhīḥ"
This mantra is believed to enhance wisdom and improve one's skills in debating, memory, writing, and other literary abilities. "Dhīḥ" is the seed syllable of the mantra and is chanted with greater emphasis and also repeated a number of times.
We do hope that you can do a contribution to help the work of Kechara Forest Retreat. Create a good course for the future.
Get to know about Kechara Forest Retreat via the videos below.