It is mentioned in the Kadampa teachings that it is a hundred times more powerful to make prayers with your community than alone in your room.
Lama Zopa Rinpoche
A puja consists of meditations, visualisations and prayers, including taking refuge and generating bodhicitta, followed by an elaborate version of the seven limb practice: making prostrations and offerings, confessing one’s negativities, rejoicing in the good deeds of oneself and others, requesting the Buddhas to remain in samsara and teach, and dedicating the merits (positive energy) thus created. Mantras, praises and requests are also usually recited.
The Eight Medicine Buddhas made special prayers to benefit beings of degenerate ages, hence in the sutric tradition this is considered one of the most powerful practices, which possesses the greatest and quickest blessings. This practice purifies and heals on all levels – physical, mental, spiritual and environmental. This puja is particularly powerful at Tushita, as we have the Eight life-sized Medicine Buddhas in residence.
You can see more about this puja here.
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