Dorje Nampar Jompa Puja (Dorjee Sempa)
Buddhist purification practice, cleaning the body from obstacles, bad energy and sickness.
Puja is a spiritual Buddhist ceremony in which prayers are offered to the Gurus, Buddha’s and Bodhisattvas to request their blessings and invoke their help.
Pujas are performed to avert and clear the three types of obstacles: conditions that prevent us from achieving our worldly and spiritual goals;
- Worldly obstacles: these affect our day-to-day life, relationships, business and finances;
- Inner obstacles: these affect our health or mental state
- Secret obstacles: these obstruct the attainment of innate wisdom and everlasting happiness.
Dorje Nampar Jompa Puja
Many ailments, depression and diseases stem from defilements of one’s body, speech and mind.
There are many types of defilements including those from negative karmic relationships, meeting with negative people and unclean substances, dwelling in defiled places, accumulation of negative behavior patterns, unhealthy addictions, etc. Luckily, defilements have the single virtue of being able to be purified. The practice of the “All Subduing Vajra” Puja brings all these causes to a single point to wash away such defilements and obscurations, bring peace of mind and freedom from suffering of all kinds.