The precious images of the consecration ceremony for the Grand Liberation Palace of Peaceful and Wrathful Deities (Part Four)

On the third day of the ceremony:

 

On the morning of Jul 22th, to answer the supplication from the venerable Rigdzin Gawa Rinpoche and the disciples of Nyingma Urgyen Mahayana Blissful Dharma Continent, Dewyai Dorje Rinpoche conferred empowerment on all attendees inside of the big tent, and gave auspicious teachings. Rinpoche praised the enormous merits of the Grand Liberation Palace of Peaceful and Wrathful Deities, and rejoiced the aspiration and hard work of all Vajra brothers and sisters. He encouraged everyone to be disciplined and diligent with Dharma practices. During lunch break, the venerable Rigdzin Gawa Rinpoche dedicated prayers in both Tibetan and Chinese to Dewyai Dorje Rinpoche. He also made special offerings symbolizing body, speech, mind, qualities and activities. Traditional auspicious items were also offered, to wish for the health and long life of Dewyai Dorje Rinpoche and for him to keep turning the wheel of Dharma. In addition, disciples of Nyingma Urgyen Mahayana Blissful Dharma Continent offered various ritual objects on behalf of all attendees, to express their heart-felt gratitude and blessings toward Rinpoche.


In the afternoon, the compassionate Rinpoche conferred public empowerment of the Five Tathagatas on almost 1000 people who came all the way to pay homage to him. to worship him. At dusk, despite reluctant for farewell, Rinpoche set foot on his journey back to Hongke Monastery in Qinghai.

 

At 9pm, despite being exhausted from days of intense arrangements, the venerable Rigdzin Gawa Rinpoche insisted on meeting his disciples. He gave brief teachings to more than 300 disciples from Beijing, Tianjin and Shanghai. Aside from greetings, Rinpoche reminded everyone to participate this Puja with pure aspirations, and most important of all, to remember the ultimate goal of all practices was to tame our own ego. We should all aim to achieve the target of becoming our own master at all times and places. Not only when we are practicing, but also when we are sick and having afflictions. In this way, our pilgrimage can then truly plant a seed of liberation.