Statues of Buddhas are a source of profound blessings for the people of this world. Even for non-Buddhists simply looking at a statue of Buddha will bless their mind and sow the seeds of virtue and future happiness. For Buddhists, one of the commitments of going for refuge is to regard any image of a Buddha as an actual Buddha. It is therefore important that statues, stupas and so forth are properly prepared and filled correctly. Filling statues in this special way is a very beautiful spiritual activity that creates the cause to become ‘filled with realizations’. If we fill a statue correctly we accumulate merit for as long as the statue exists. This booklet gives general guidelines on how to fill both large and small statues and stupas according to the Kadampa tradition. Those who are sincerely interested in learning these techniques are strongly encouraged to train with others who are qualified in this practice. The booklet also includes a CD with master copies of mantra sheets as well as videos showing how to roll mantras and how to fill large statues.