Medicine Buddha teaching at Turkey Swamp
A friend of mine has been ill. He works within Kechara and is a very kind person. He has many friends who wishes to do practices, pujas, retreats and dedications to send him good energy in order to heal. So why not direct those good intentions into a Medicine Buddha practice.
I visited Turkey Swamp last week here in New Jersey and decided to give a talk on Medicine Buddha practice. I use to visit Turkey Swamp as a child and do meditations here. It use to take me around 2.5-3 hours by bicycle to pedal to Turkey Swamp.
This practice is dedicated for my friend, but anyone can do this practice for themselves. It is the same procedure. They can also do this sacred practice in dedication for others. It’s wonderful for animals as well.
I have recorded a clear video explaining this practice and how to go about it. Kindly watch the video to learn about this sacred Medicine Buddha practice. I wish you all good luck and long life. Health too. May your obstacles be cleared.
Medicine Buddha teaching
Click on the link below for the online version of
“The Concise Essence Sutra Ritual of Medicine Buddha (online version)”
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“The Concise Essence Sutra Ritual of Medicine Buddha (print version)”
It was really cold that day when we went.
The waters at Turkey Swamp very blue and we saw a lot of fishes.
We walked around this area as I have not been back since 30 years. So recording this teaching here has special significance for myself.
There are always ducks swimming around Turkey Swamp even when I was a kid I’d see them here.
Turkey Swamp lake is placid and calm which is ideal for meditation. Very ideal.
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