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Deity Practice in Buddhism

Jun 1, 2021
Deity Practice in Buddhism

At the dawn of time, mankind lived in fear amidst primitive conditions. The world seemed to be controlled or influenced by powerful higher beings or gods...

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62-Deity Heruka Chakrasamvara Sadhana of the Luipa Tradition

Aug 1, 2018
62-Deity Heruka Chakrasamvara Sadhana of the Luipa Tradition

In his teachings, Lord Buddha proclaimed that desire is the most potent form of delusion within our realm of existence and as such he labelled it the “Desire Realm”. Lord Buddha went on to elaborate that there are actually three realms of existence, known as the Form Realm, Formless Realm and Desire Realm, each...

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A Concert of Names of Manjushri 圣妙吉祥真实名经

Nov 17, 2017
A Concert of Names of Manjushri 圣妙吉祥真实名经

(译文请往下看) Manjushri Namasanghiti Chanting the Names of Manjushri (Manjushri Namasanghiti) is one of the most revered tantric texts in Tibetan Buddhism. The Buddha Shakyamuni and Bodhisattva Manjushri worked closely to expound the Dharma, although Manjushri himself had achieved enlightenment many lifetimes ago. According to the Avatamsaka Sutra, Manjushri is actually the Buddha Nageshvaraja who achieved enlightenment many eons ago in a different world system. In Shakyamuni’s time however, he took the form of Manjushri, a student of Lord Bud...

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H.H. Kyabje Zong Rinpoche on the Heruka Body Mandala

Jul 20, 2017
H.H. Kyabje Zong Rinpoche on the Heruka Body Mandala

It is said that on Mount Kailash, Buddha Shakyamuni miraculously manifested as Buddha Heruka Cakrasamvara in sacred union with Vajrayogini along with the accompanying 62 deities in his entourage. He did this in order to expound the Heruka tantras. The purpose of Heruka’s meditative practice is to use desire along with its accompanying attachments,...

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Starting On Vajra Yogini NOW! | 今天就开始修习金刚瑜伽母

Oct 31, 2016
Starting On Vajra Yogini NOW! | 今天就开始修习金刚瑜伽母

(译文请往下阅读) (By Tsem Rinpoche) Oct 28, 2012 The best anyone can do if not enlightenment for now, is to gain mastery over taking rebirth coupled with developing Three Principle Paths. Where you want to take rebirth can be determined by yourself if you practice the sacred Vajra Yogini Tantra thoroughly. Start now before you are awarded the Vajra Yogini empowerment by: Holding vows and commitments Be honourable and have integrity Whatever work or practices you’ve been assigned, do it diligently and happily Develop contemplations on the good qualitie...

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Heroic Red Tara (Suryagupta Lineage)

Jan 3, 2016
Heroic Red Tara (Suryagupta Lineage)

(By Tsem Rinpoche) In the language of ancient India (Sanskrit), Tara literally means ‘Savioress’. She is a female Buddha with a particularly long history of being worshipped by many great Indian and Tibetan masters. The practice of Tara originally descended from ancient India during the time of the great Indian Buddhist institutions. In the...

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White Manjushri Daily Practice

Apr 16, 2015
White Manjushri Daily Practice

Oct 29, 2012 (By Tsem Rinpoche) I decided to give a White Manjushri practice to one of my students, Moh Mei, who joined the Ladrang a while ago. White Manjushri and all practices of Manjushri (or emanations of Manjushri) are very powerful for helping us to clear our delusions and ignorance, and helping us to...

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Nov 10, 2014

According to Kyabje Trijang Dorje Chang, the Praise to Manjushri (Gang-lo-ma) was composed by 100 Indian Mahasiddhas who had gathered together in praise of Manjushri. Each Mahasiddha recited separately in veneration of Manjushri, who at that time blessed their minds. Ninety-nine of them wrote the same praise, which together became known as Gang-lo-ma. The...

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Sadhana & Prayers

Jun 19, 2011
Sadhana & Prayers

List of Prayers A Short Daily Sadhana Eight Verses of Training The Mind Offering The Mandala Other Preliminary Prayers Taking Refuge and Generating Bodhicitta The Four Immeasurables The Nine Attitudes of Devotion to the Guru Advice from Atisha’s Heart Light Offering Prayer General Prayers 50 Verses of Guru Devotion Long-life Prayer by Kensur Konchok...

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