Healing Buddha Foundation

Devotional Practice

Its purpose is to enable Buddhists to express how grateful they are to the Buddha for what he taught. This allows them to show respect for his teachings.

Pujas are an integral part of Tibetan Buddhism

The Sanskrit word puja simply  means “reverence, honour, homage, adoration, or worship”, so a Puja is a ceremony that enables us to create the highest merit by making actual and visualized offerings, with the bodhicitta motivation, to the highest objects of offering, the Guru and the Triple Gem – the Buddha, Dharma and Sangha. That merit is the basis for achieving every good thing up to and including enlightenment.

Video taken at a Monastery supported by Rinpoche in Tibet

Honoring the memory of

Dr. Robert Clark

Robert generously helped Phakyab Rinpoche translate his teachings and texts, which you all have been part of for many years. He met Robert in 2000 and their friendship continued to grow stronger and deeper as Rinpoche adjusted to living and teaching in the United States.

Rinpoche wrote a letter and recorded a video honoring Robert Clark

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