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An important purification practice

Nov 10, 2015
An important purification practice

Dear friends, All results come from karma. All karma comes from our actions. All actions come from our mind. Our mind’s creations arise from projections and deep seeded ignorance. The good news is all karma can be purified, therefore we can purify our actions and our mind also. When we leave karma as it...

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Vajrasattva and Prostrations Practice

Dec 23, 2013
Vajrasattva and Prostrations Practice

Apr 2, 2012 (By Tsem Rinpoche) Dear students and friends, This is another transcript done on one of the Dharma talk I gave several years ago. In this talk, I explain the benefits of doing purification practice through Vajrasattva’s practice and prostrations. I am sure this talk will benefit those who wish to start...

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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 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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