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Tibetan Astrology

Dec 21, 2016
Tibetan Astrology

Discover how your birth date can influence your life according to Tibetan Astrology Tibetan astrology is a blend of both Chinese and Indian astrological traditions but is uniquely Buddhist as it is based on the Kalachakra Tantra. As such there are many methods that are taught to overcome any negative influences that we may...

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Mongolian Astrology and Divination

Dec 6, 2015
Mongolian Astrology and Divination

I have always been very interested in astrology, chinese zodiacs, and divination. Some people may label these practices as unscientific or superstitious. However, astrology have existed for centuries and it is a system that was developed by careful observers after thousands of years observing astrological signs and it’s results. So, there must be a...

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Chinese Horoscopes

Aug 18, 2013
Chinese Horoscopes

Chinese Horoscopes may not have any religious basis. However, if it's based on 5,000 years worth of human observation, similar trends can be found...

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Introduction to Tibetan Astrology

Oct 26, 2010
Introduction to Tibetan Astrology

Since the late 1950s, Tibetan Buddhism has spread all over the world. These ancient teachings contain a multitude of methods to benefit sentient beings and alleviate their suffering, but some of these remain relatively unknown, including various systems of divinatory practices such as the divination dice or Tibetan astrology, which aids practitioners in both their...

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Mewa 6 Birth Buddha: Namgyalma

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 6 Birth Buddha: Namgyalma

Introduction Namgyalma (Tibetan: rnam rgyal ma; རྣམ་རྒྱལ་མ།), also known as ‘Ushnisha Vijaya‘ in Sanskrit, is one of the three Long Life deities commonly practiced within the Gaden Nyengyu tradition. She is a special emanation of the Supreme Healer Vairocana. Engaging in Namgyalma’s practice or reciting her mantra can bestow the practitioner with infinite benefits regardless if they are Buddhists or not.   Benefits Purifies karmic obstructions Reverts fixed karma Increases one’s lifespan Eliminates various illnesses...

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Mewa 7 Birth Buddha: Tara

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 7 Birth Buddha: Tara

Introduction Tara (Tib: rje btsun sgrol ma; རྗེ་བཙུན་སྒྲོལ་མ།) is known by many names, amongst them the “Savioress” and the “Mother of Liberation”. She is a universal mother who nurtures and protects all sentient beings, making her the most beloved and popular goddess within Tibetan Buddhism.   Benefits Increases life energy and good health Increases one’s creativity Swift assistance Recovery from diseases Success in career and business Improves finances Helps childless couples to conceive Protection from dangerous ...

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Mewa 9 Birth Buddha: Manjushri

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 9 Birth Buddha: Manjushri

Introduction Manjushri (Tib: ‘jam dpal dbyangs; འཇམ་དཔལ་དབྱངས།) is the Buddha of Wisdom and revered as the patron of the sciences and arts. Centuries after people first heard of his holy name, Manjushri remains a deity beloved by Buddhists of all traditions. Today, his practice has spread throughout Asia and to most parts of the world. Reverence for this wisdom-granting deity is so prevalent that his image is a mainstay in most Mahayana and Vajrayana temples.   Benefits Increases intelligence and memory Gains insight, intuition and w...

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Mewa 3 Birth Buddha: Vajrasattva

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 3 Birth Buddha: Vajrasattva

Introduction Vajrasattva (Tib: rdo rje sems dpa’; རྡོ་རྗེ་སེམས་དཔའ) is a male meditational deity within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition who symbolizes the inherent purity of all the Buddhas. Vajrasattva is widely practiced to purify one’s negative actions. Combined with application of the Four Opponent Powers, his practice is incredibly effective to purify even the heaviest karmas.   Benefits Purifies even the heaviest negative karmas Shortens the duration of our current difficulties Achieves a better rebirth   History While Vajr...

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Mewa 8 Birth Buddha: Shakyamuni

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 8 Birth Buddha: Shakyamuni

Introduction Shakyamuni (Tib: rgyal ba shAkya thub pa; རྒྱལ་བ་ཤཱཀྱ་ཐུབ་པ།), the founder of Buddhism, is popularly known as the historical Buddha of this aeon and the compassionate one who turned the Wheel of Dharma in this fortunate time.   Benefits Removes obstacles and hindrances Purifies negative karma Accumulates vast amounts of merit   History Shakyamuni Buddha was born amidst many great auspicious signs as an Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama in 623 BC. At birth, it was predicted that he would either be an incredibly compas...

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Mewa 5 Birth Buddha: Shakyamuni

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 5 Birth Buddha: Shakyamuni

Introduction Shakyamuni (Tib: rgyal ba shAkya thub pa; རྒྱལ་བ་ཤཱཀྱ་ཐུབ་པ།), the founder of Buddhism, is popularly known as the historical Buddha of this aeon and the compassionate one who turned the Wheel of Dharma in this fortunate time.   Benefits Removes obstacles and hindrances Purifies negative karma Accumulates vast amounts of merit   History Shakyamuni Buddha was born amidst many great auspicious signs as an Indian prince named Siddhartha Gautama in 623 BC. At birth, it was predicted that he would either be an incredibly compas...

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Mewa 4 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 4 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Introduction Vajrapani (Tib: phyag-na rDo-rje; ཕྱག་ན་རྡོ་རྗེ།) is the physical representation of the power of all the Buddhas and is practiced in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He represents the energy of the enlightened mind, which is the energy to break through the deluded mind, and his mantra is the essence of this quality.   Benefits Gives protection Clears inner and outer obstacles   History Vajrapani is known as the King of Yakshas. He is said to have been a yaksha, a class of nature spirit or demon, before pledging his loyalt...

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Mewa 2 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 2 Birth Buddha: Vajrapani

Introduction Vajrapani (Tib: phyag-na rDo-rje; ཕྱག་ན་རྡོ་རྗེ།) is the physical representation of the power of all the Buddhas and is practiced in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. He represents the energy of the enlightened mind, which is the energy to break through the deluded mind, and his mantra is the essence of this quality.   Benefits Gives protection Clears inner and outer obstacles   History Vajrapani is known as the King of Yakshas. He is said to have been a yaksha, a class of nature spirit or demon, before pledging his loyalt...

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Mewa 5: The Mirror of the War God (Yellow)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 5: The Mirror of the War God (Yellow)

Born with The Mirror of the War God as your birth Mewa, you have a very strong instinct for self-preservation and as such may be seen as selfish by others. Your character is to extremes – either very positive or very negative; hard-working and ambitious or lazy and unenthusiastic. If you are highly ambitious,...

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Mewa 6: The Mirror of the King (White)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 6: The Mirror of the King (White)

Born with The Mirror of the King as your birth Mewa, you have the innate qualities of a leader. You have a very strong drive in life, have high aims and hate failure. You also have a very spontaneous character and are intuitive. You excel at creativity, innovation and spirituality. You love to travel...

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Mewa 4: The Mirror of Nagas (Green)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 4: The Mirror of Nagas (Green)

Born with The Mirror of Nagas as your birth Mewa, you are a conventional character and are very obedient to your parents and elders. You have good common sense but are indecisive and change your mind often. You have a natural kindness that can be taken advantage of, and you also have the karma...

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Mewa 3: The Mirror of Ocean Medicine (Blue)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 3: The Mirror of Ocean Medicine (Blue)

Born with The Mirror of Ocean Medicine as your birth Mewa, you are sociable, talkative, optimistic and independent. You have a very positive and ambitious mind, but can be impatient and stubborn. You are often unwilling to put up with circumstances therefore you have a life full of ups and downs. Your tendency to...

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Mewa 7: The Mirror of the Mountain Spirit (Red)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 7: The Mirror of the Mountain Spirit (Red)

Born with The Mirror of the Mountain Spirit as your birth Mewa, you are quick minded and attentive to detail. You are optimistic in your outlook but have manipulative tendencies. You seek happiness and freedom. You focus on your external appearance and often become angry when you are ignored. You can also be very...

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Mewa 8: The Mirror of the Country God (White)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 8: The Mirror of the Country God (White)

Born with The Mirror of the Country God as your birth Mewa, you usually have a mild appearance but your true strength lies inside. You have a strong mind, a traditional outlook and can impose your will on others. You are opinionated and you hold on to your views which cannot be changed easily....

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Mewa 9: The Mirror of Prosperity (Red)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 9: The Mirror of Prosperity (Red)

Born with The Mirror of Prosperity as your birth Mewa, you are typically sensitive and emotional but also an extrovert. You often have a very good life but place a lot of emphasis on external beauty. You can be hypercritical because you expect too much of others, are impulsive and also impatient. Though you...

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Mewa 1: The Mirror of Medicine (White)

Oct 19, 2010
Mewa 1: The Mirror of Medicine (White)

Born with The Mirror of Medicine as your birth Mewa, you are generally pessimistic in your outlook on life. You may appear to be very open and friendly, but internally, you have a tendency to be stubborn. You may experience a difficult childhood but enjoy a very fortunate middle and old age. If you...

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