The Lohan Spiritual and Cultural Center will hold a 2020 Chinese New Year’s Ceremony with “An Tai Sui and Thousand Light Dharma Rites” for the year of the Metal Rat at the Lohan Temple on Monday, January 27, 2020 starting at 6pm (Pacific). Free to attend. Everyone is welcome!
2020 the Year of the Metal Rat
In Chinese astrology every year is governed by a zodiac sign, and your luck, success and prosperity is affected by the ruling zodiac sign of the current year. If your personal zodiac sign does not have a favorable relationship with the sign of the current year, it can cause challenging circumstances throughout the year. Make peace with the forthcoming year of the Metal Rat.
The coming year 2020, may bring unfavorable circumstances to those born under any of the offending Chinese Zodiac signs listed here with birth years:
Rooster (not that bad) 1933, 1945, 1957, 1969, 1981, 1993, 2005, 2017
Rabbit 1915, 1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011
Sheep 1943, 1955, 1967, 1979, 1991, 2003, 2015
Horse (worst) 1942, 1954, 1966, 1978, 1990, 2002, 2014
An Tai Sui Dharma Rite
The An Tai Sui Dharma rite is a protective, life-enhancing prayer ceremony that is of exclusive benefit to those born under any of the four zodiac signs that are in conflict with or offending the upcoming year’s ruling sign. The ceremony extinguishes personal spiritual obstacles, and creates good spiritual cause for overflowing financial resources. It also extinguishes disasters, suffering, and difficulties. Those born under the offending Chinese zodiac animal signs are strongly recommended to register for the An Tai Sui Dharma rite. Businesses can also benefit; we will pray for the business to enjoy successful litigation and have a promising future.
The Thousand Light Dharma Rite
The Thousand Light Dharma rite is used for blessings for health, wealth, and good luck for an individual and for all sentient beings. It is done in combination with the An Tai Sui Dharma rite to benefit all beings.
Any who wish to have their names added to the ceremony and ritual can make an offering of $32, $72, $108, $300, $600, $900, etc or what you can. Your name will remain on the altar at the Lohan Temple during the Dharma rites to receive immense amounts of blessings and prayers. You can attend in person or have your name put in an envelope on the altar to receive the blessings.
For those who live in the Las Vegas area, you can visit the Temple any time, and especially during the Dharma rite on January 29th. Please submit your name(s), date of birth(s) and offerings before January 29th. Register for the An Tai Sui Dharma Rite by making a charitable & virtuous An Tai Sui donation for yourself, your loved ones or your business.
There is no need to be present, our prayers will reach you wherever you are.