Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Letter to Guru Rimpoche

Dear Guru Rimpoche,

I know you have been watching me since my birth
Guru Rimpoche
You are still watching me
And you will continue to do so, with your blessings

You know what I did right and wrong
You know everything of mine
Sometimes you make me sad and sometimes happy
You put me in the trouble and take me out of it
I don’t know why I am here
I can’t make world a better place
Guru, show me the right way
Give me strength and hope
For I wanted to serve my parents better
And the world at large

Guru, please answer my prayers
And show me the light
Where, I will be good to the world
For I don’t know when I will be leaving this world
Guru, please answer my prayers
And I am here with faith, love and hope
To make the world a better place to live

Guru, I am thankful for waking me up with a new day every morning
And giving me the hope to smile, love and serve the world
Also thank you for teaching me right from wrong
Hope I will get to see you one day, 
Although you walk with me wherever I go

Yours Faithfully, 
Human Being

Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Mahasamadhi of Master Choa Kok Sui - First Time in Bhutan

Thangka of Master Choa Kok Sui
Around 50 Pranic Healers and non-Pranic Healers celebrated the Mahasamadhi of Master Choa Kok Sui (MCKS) on 19th March, 2013 at YDF, Thimphu for the first time in Bhutan. 

Master Choa Kok Sui is the founder of Modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga. He was born on August 15, 1952 in Ceba, Philippines and his soul left his physical body (Mahasamadhi) on 19th March, 2007. 

The 1st Mahasamadhi celebration was graced by Her Majesty the Queen Mother Ashi Tshering Pem Wangchuck and the Senior Pranic Healer and Trainer Mrs. Shakun Goyal from New Delhi. The event was organised beautifully which led to the generation of an exceptional divine feelings. The event was celebrated in Bhutanese style, with the lighting of 108 butter lambs, offerings and prayers. Slide shows of the Master were presented after which a song dedicated to Master and the Pranic Healing was launch; it is sang by the beautiful and renowned Bhutanese singer Mrs. Dechen Pem. As usual her songs are sung from the heart and with full dedications. Thereto, some traditional and modern Bhutanese dances were also performed.

Her Majesty the Queen Mother Ashi Tshering Pem
Wangchuck writing down the wishes. (Left: Mrs. Shakun)
The wishes of each and every person were noted down and then blessed. The wishes are wished to be fulfilled. Meditation on Twin Hearts was practiced by both the healers and non-healers. Its a Meditation which keeps our mind in the state of peace and divine harmony. After the meditation the energy level in the hall was just awesome, it was full of positive energies and the people in the hall seemed to glow from their faces. Some meditated for the first time and some experienced differently, whatever, meditating on the day of Mahasamadhi is so special and only those lucky ones grab it. I was indeed lucky to be the part of the celebration and it was a very different and unusual experience for me, which is of-course good for me. 

Altar (Left: Guru Rinpoche, Right: Master Choa Kok Sui)
The testimonials shared were so inspiring and encouraging. For sure it has changed their lives and effected them in a very positive way. I could grasp how effective Pranic Healing was! I know it did take the toll in me. All I could say now is "Wow!". I am convinced now that the Prana really does the positive effect in each and every aspects of Human life and eventually the one's soul. Pranic Healing is like a thing, which is at first, hard to believe until one gets to experience it. 

I have learned that instead of mourning for the death of Master, we celebrate! For him, it is just like, his work on earth has been completed and its time for him to leave; his soul left the physical body for good and the betterment of the world.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Wangdue Phodrang Dzong

Wangdue Phodrang dzong which was built in 1638 by Zhabdrung Ngawang Namgyel was gutted by fire on 24th June, 2012. 

Pictures are uploaded for future references. Taken on 09/03/2013


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