You can order from us some rituals or divination. The list will gradually be updated. Some rituals are performed once a week, because they are time consuming, some can be performed in minutes after a request or during the day. It is advisable to send all requests through the forum or through Contacts. Offerings are free. However, please note that some rituals involve certain preparations. Respectively may entail costs. Everything can be discussed when ordering a particular ritual or fortune telling, writing off with the administrator or performer of the ritual.
In case of ordering rituals, it is possible to consult on what action may be more favorable or successful for performance.
An offering for rituals will be greatly appreciated.
|Tibetan divination, called Mo, existed in Tibet for a long time and still exists, organically merging with the Buddhist culture. Like other fortune-telling, Mo aims to clarify for the person the future that awaits him - be it the answer to a specific question or a description of the general state of affairs. |
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Drolma. Ritual of Green Tara
Green Tara is believed to have emerged from a tear of the right eye of the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. The color of her body symbolizes the activity and instant fulfillment of any request of the believer. A person who recites her mantra defeats all demons, destroys obstacles and achieves the fulfillment of desire. It is believed that when a person blinks, while his eyes are closed, Green Tara has time to fly around the earth a thousand times, so she has time to help everyone who asks for it.
Shitro. The practice of peaceful and wrathful deities (for the dead)
The practice of peaceful and wrathful deities (shitro), often used to help the dead. Applications please send through the site contacts. It is necessary to have a photo, full name)
Phowa. The practice of transfer of consciousness
Phowa is a meditation practice used in Buddhism. The main goal of phowa practice is to prepare for the transfer of consciousness at the time of death, which ensures its rebirth in the pure country of the Buddha Amitaba Sukhavati. Phowa can be performed both for oneself and for other people (including non-Buddhists), as well as for animals.
Tsegug. Ritual of attracting vitality
The ritual of attracting longevity or vitality - serves to attract vitality, longevity. This ritual is also used to remove obstacles associated with health or treatment.
Yangug. Ritual of attracting welfare
One of the obstacles that periodically appear in our lives is the lack of well-being or obstacles to its attainment. There are a large number of rituals and methods that are used to eliminate such a problem. Rituals of Yangug or the attraction of a fortune are one such action.
Tshedrub. Longevity practices
Longevity practices serve to increase longevity. Another result that may manifest itself is an increase in vital force, the disappearance of diseases, an improvement in the quality of life. We can order the execution of such practices on the basis of such enlightened beings as Amitaius, Troma Nagmo, Vajrasattva, etc.
Dogpa. The practice of discarding negative magical effects
Sometimes in our life events occur that manifest themselves as obstacles. Or we suddenly begin to feel bad, everything falls out of our hands. One of the possible options in this case is the presence of a negative magical effect. To eliminate such effects there are many rituals (dogpa, etc.). On the site you can order the execution of the ritual of this kind. Rituals are carried out on the basis of the practices of deities Vajrakilaya or Simkhamukha.
Ozer Chenma. Practices for a favorable course of affairs
One of the practices or rituals that can be useful in life is the practice for good luck in performing any work. One of the practices that is proposed here is the practice of the Chenmy Lakes. It can be useful both for invoking good luck for doing things, and for establishing a personal life.
|Lutor. Offering torma to the naga|
|Offering torma to magical creatures that can harm in the form of disease and other troubles. It is believed that after they receive peace and pleasure - health problems and other obstacles they cause may disappear. Harm can also be in the form of precipitation, hail, etc.|
|Lu Zung. Reading the dharani of the giver of peace to the nagas (with an offering)|
|Dharani serves to pacify the obstacles arising from creatures that inhabit the water. These creatures, invisible to the eye, can cause great harm in the form of various diseases. By repeating Dharani and small offerings, you can avoid harm from this kind of creature. Harm can also be in the form of precipitation, hail, etc.|
|Serkyem (serchem) or the offering of a golden drink|
|The ritual is often carried out in the form of offerings to protectors The offering of the drink itself gives them satisfaction. Accordingly, the damage they cause is reduced or completely lost. it is considered that defenders (terrain, teachings, etc.) protect or protect some objects, terrain, teachings. Therefore, the offering allows them to build a friendly attitude towards us.|
|Rituals aimed at eliminating negative magical effects or enemies. Using such rituals eliminates the negative impact at the level of magic. Also eliminated enemies, etc., weakens their influence.|
|Za yum chopa. The ritual of offering of grahamatrika|
|This ritual is aimed at eliminating the negative impact of the planets, graha. Often there are times when the negative response of the planets becomes strong and we "do not succeed." In such cases, it is possible to perform such rituals, which reduces the negative impact of the planets and the situation becomes more prosperous.|
|Jinseg or the burning of gifts|
|Jinseg is carried out to remove obstacles, to remove obstacles, to purify misdemeanors by nature, from breaking 3 types of vows, clearing all kinds of unhappiness, cleansing from violations of rituals. It represents the burning of offerings of a certain kind, aimed at a particular action.|
|Rabne. Sanctification or blessing|
|The ritual is aimed at blessing thangkas, places, etc. It is believed that after performing rituals of this kind - the place of blessing may be the home of the deity where it will reside. Also used for the consecration of thangkas, amulets, etc.|