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24 hour chanted Tara Prayers  New Year's Eve

Due to an increase in Covid cases, this event will be online only.

Friday, December 31, 2021 through Saturday January 1, 2022

Looking for an alternative New Year's Eve event? 

Why not join the KMC Arizona Community by creating the causes for World Peace?

During these chanted prayers, we recite sincere praises and requests to the Assembly of 21 Taras and deeply request the Blessed Mother to bestow her blessings on every living being to avert all obstacles for the coming year.  

This prayer is recited six times in the 24-hour period beginning at 4pm on Friday, December 31 and ending on New Years Day at 1pm

Everyone is welcome.  Come to one or all the sessions.

Schedule:

Friday, December 31           

4-5 pm

8-9 pm

Saturday, January 1

12-1 am

4-5 am

8-9 am

12-1 pm

To access the sessions online:

Zoom ID: 321 269 9195

Passcode: kmcaz

How Prayers produce their effects:
Venerable Geshe-la says:

Many religious people, whether Buddhist or non-Buddhist, understand the efficacy of prayer through their own experience. Prayer is by nature intention or aspiration, and so it is essentially a mental action. The words of a prayer help us to concentrate our mind and evoke faith, but they are not the actual prayer itself. Indeed, we can pray without reciting any words. The important thing is to concentrate without distraction on the meaning of the prayers as we recite them.

Because we are Buddhists we make prayers in front of an image of Buddha or a visualized assembly of Buddhas, regarding them as living Buddhas. Prayers made in front of such holy beings have great power to achieve their desired effect.