宝贝天堂 Baby Paradise
Babies who return to heaven before the earth attachment
A ‘life’ is born when the embryo begins to form and develop. According to the Buddhist Sutra of the Great Vows, parenthood revolves around repaying the debt of gratitude, paying injustice with justice, demanding spiritual debts and paying spiritual debts. However, some infants are fated to leave this world prematurely due to either a miscarriage, abortion or premature death. They return to heaven before the earth attachment and are affectionately known as the infant spirits.
This world is full of life and affection, and everyone wishes to be loved and pursue a joyful life far from pain. The loss of a little soul requires a tender spiritual care from the world too because they are still connected to heaven in the form of a full spirit incarnation. Their return to heaven is the one that demands love and support in many ways to flourish their soul. It frees their soul from purgatory as they enter the joy of heaven.
The ill-fated children do not get to live through a life span that they are entitled to and at the same time, they are denied reincarnation in the underworld. As such, they presence looms the living world, entangling their parents all the time. This will affect the ‘Yang’ energy of their parents, causing many adversities in life such as career obstacles and poor health. For parents who have suffered from either a miscarriage or abortion, it is time to release the soul of the ill-fated children from the suffering through devoted blessing rituals. This helps exorcise the inner guilt and frustration as the children find their sense of belonging and relief in the underworld.
Set your soul free by lifting your benevolent virtue
Warding off the evil spirits
Purgatory finds it doors within the merciful Lord Buddha who helps untangle the spiritual conflicts as the little ones march on to the Pure Land.
Affirming the pathway for reincarnation
Pray for the little ones who have entered the reincarnation realm so that they are blessed with joy, benevolence, wisdom, wealth and food.
Overcoming obstacles to spiritual growth
Spread your spiritual generosity to the masses so that they are free of ill feelings and sins.
Uplifting your joy and wisdom
Pray for the joy and wisdom of the living souls so that they could fend off the evil retribution, sickness and other disasters.
Seeking spiritual relief
Relieving the infant spirits from the suffering allows their resentment to settle and break free from entanglement as the parents attain a spiritual closure.
BABY PARADISE Yearly PACKAGE
(Tablet + Enlightenment Ceremony)
Babies Paradise tablets located in Multi-Purpose Complex (Semenyih)
Magnificent memorial hall provide a comfortable and harmonious environment.
365 days of offering with chanting.
Professional service to ensure a total peace of mind for purchasers
Dedicated 8 times (minimum) enlightenment ceremonies per year
24 hours security
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ABOUT VENERABLE HUI WEN
Venerable Hui Wen hails from Taipei, Taiwan. The kind-hearted Venerable Hui Wen had a strong inclination towards a monastic life since he was a kid. He was so captivated by the fundamentals of Buddhism (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha) as soon as he was old enough to have an intuitive grasp of it. Driven by a genuine heart to propagate the virtues of Buddhism, Venerable Hui Wen had himself groomed at Fuoguangshan’s Tsunglin University to lay a strong foundation for his future religious undertakings.
Venerable Hui Wen later became a lecturer at Fuoguangshan’s Tsunglin University, heading the Buddhist School for the Buddhist studies and teachings. From day one until today, Venerable Hui Wen remains an instrumental figure in advocating the virtues of Buddhism. He therefore earned himself a worthy reputation of selflessly promoting Buddhism across the globe. Venerable Hui Wen began his noble mission in Malaysia since 2006. He has since invoked a substantial following.
FoGuangShan Tsunglin University graduate
Head of Education in Men’s Buddhist College
FoGuangShan Tsunglin University
Abbot of Nan Hua Abode (FoGuangShan Branch)
Abbot of Taiwan’s Bai Jing Monastery
Abbot of Taiwan’s Bodhisattva Pureland
Abbot of Taiwan’s Bodhisattva Gocara