Utsang Choelkha (Province) of Switzerland and Liechtenstein held a Prayer in Rikon

Rikon: On 8th June 2019, Saturday, Utsang Choelkha of Switzerland & Liechtenstein organized a prayer gathering for the long life and well being of His Holiness the Dalai Lama at Rikon Tibet institute.

The Prayer service was attended by Khen Rinpoche and monks, Tibetan Parliamentarians (Chitues) of Europe and South Africa, former Europe Chitues, president of Dhotoe Province and other members.

This religious service is being observed for the pacificaton of all obstacles of this 84th year of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and for the fulfillment of His benevolent wishes. With full devotion, all the members presented prayed deeply to clear and overcome the obstacle, prayed for the long life and good health of His Holiness the Dalai Lama and for the Tibetan martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the cause of Tibet.

The annual religious event of Utsang Choelkha of Switzerland successfully concluded with delicious vegetarian Lunch.

“Acquainting the gathering on the power of sincere Prayer, His Holiness during the Tenshuk ( Long life Prayer in Dharamsala ) in the month of May 2019, affirmed that the prayers offered for his long life and the blessings endowed on him are indeed sincere and therefore it is likely that those prayers will prove their benefits.

Speaking at the long life prayers co-organized by Central Tibetan Administration (CTA) and Tibetan people across the world during Tenshuk, His Holiness admitted having done a considerable amount of service not only for the Tibetan cause and people but for the welfare of humanity at large through his recurrent teachings and talk on human love and compassion.

His Holiness then narrated one of the auspicious dreams he dreamt where he encountered Palden Lhamo, the protector of Lhamo-Lha-Tso (Oracle Lake in Tibet) who further predicted that His Holiness would live for 110 years. He also said that he is 84years old but he still feels very much healthy, so he no doubt would live for 110 years. He affirmed that, what he only need is to relax and have a quality time.

This particular affirmation declared by His Holiness the Dalai Lama is indeed the longstanding collective aspirations of six million Tibetans and their happiness knew no bounds on hearing the good news.”

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