Ven. members of the Sangha coming accross here,
Valued Upāsaka, Upāsikā,
Valued team here and for awakening searching readers,
Just this moment my person came up this thought again and afterwards "Why not ask on Bu-SE":
Obiviously is developing muditā (sympatic/appreciative joy) merely a unbeloved practice in modern wourld especially on internet.
Does anybody not only know but even likes to share the merits of places dedicated to share merits (puñña) and also invites others and takes part on merits of others?
If you think that you are already a Yogi and beyound of such, you may consider:
"Without abandoning these five qualities, one is incapable of entering & remaining in the second jhana... the third jhana ... the fourth jhana; incapable of realizing the fruit of stream-entry... the fruit of once-returning... the fruit of non-returning... arahantship. Which five? Stinginess as to one's monastery [lodgings]... one's family [of supporters]... one's gains... one's status, and stinginess as to the Dhamma. ― AN 5.257-263
What are the places you know, where "Transference of Merit"(Pattānuppadāna) and "Rejoicing in otherʼs Merit" (Abbhanumodana) are not poor cousins?
Links as well, if inspired, some personal descriptions, maybe recalling some of others good deeds or own joy, are conductive.
May the question and its answeres here be an answer by it self.
(Note: Practicing here and now, while answering is very useful for one self and all other)