TIBETAN PRAYER BOOK
Lama Yeshe Wisdom Archive's Lama Zopa Rinpoche's Online Advice Book. Find more prayers and practice in the FPMT Foundation Store in hardcopy and. Kopan Prayer Book in Tibetan-This new, completely revised and updated edition of the Kopan Prayer Book is based on the common prayer book published in. This listing is for a Tibetan Buddhist prayer Book in English. It also has Tibetan Sound in English. It has following Titles. Prayers for Teaching Occasions.
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these prayers generate the experiences and Insights of Buddha. OM VAJRA . You perceive the whole of reality, exactly as it is, and so you hold the Book of Tran- scendental . And especially you who introduced the excellent path in Tibet;. DAILY PRAYER BOOK. Prayers in the Gelugpa tradition of Tibetan Buddhism updated July 20, by Larry Reside. Peaceful Garden Meditation Group www. This is a Tibetan Prayer App, it contains most of the common Buddhist prayers which support audio. You can use it if you forget to bring your.
By the merit of generosity and other good deeds, May I attain Buddhahood for the sake of all sentient beings. May my mind stream be moistened by lovingkindness, compassion and Bodhicitta and thru that, May I become a spiritual master with good qualities equal to the infinity of space. May I gain the supreme attainment of Mahamudra in this very life.
May the torment of suffering not arise even at the time of my death. May I not die with negative thoughts. May I not die confused by wrong view.
May I not experience an untimely death. May I die joyfully and happily in the great luminosity of the mind-as-such and the pervading clarity of Dharmata.
May I in any case, gain the supreme attainment of Mahamudra at the time of death or in the bardo. May all mother sentient beings, boundless as the sky, have happiness and the causes of happiness.
May they be liberated from suffering and the causes of suffering. May they never be separated from the happiness that is free from sorrow.
May they rest in equanimity, free from attachment and aversion. Repeat 3 times 31 Dedication Prayer by Lord Jigten Sumgon Glorious, holy, venerable, precious kind root and lineage lamas. Divine assembly of Yidams and assemblies of Buddhas, bodhisattvas, yogins, yoginis and dakinis dwelling in the ten directions.
Please hear my prayer!
May the virtues collected in the three times by myself and all sentient beings in samsara and nirvana, And the innate root of virtue, Not result in the eight worldly concerns, the four causes of samsara, or rebirth as a shravaka or pratyekabuddha. May all mother sentient beings, especially those enemies who hate me and mine, Obstructers who harm, misleading maras, and the hordes of demons, Experience happiness, be separated from suffering, And swiftly attain unsurpassed, perfect, complete and precious Buddhahood.
By the power of this vast root of virtue, May I benefit all beings through my body, speech and mind. May the afflictions of desire, hatred, ignorance, arrogance and jealousy, not arise in my mind. Remembering again and again, I pray with single-minded yearning. Please bless me, may I become like you. I pray that I may not be separated from you.
May the teachings of the Great Drikungpa, Ratnashri, Who is omniscient, Lord of the Dharma, Master of Interdependence, Continue and increase through study, practice, contemplation and meditation Until the end of samsara.
And may all who travel on the waves of birth, old age, sickness and death, Cross the ocean of samsara By defeating all enemiesconfusion the cause of suffering. May precious Bodhicitta arise where it has not been, Where it has, never decline, But grow higher and higher.
As a Buddhafield I offer it.
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May all living beings attain the happiness of the Buddhafields. Sitting above the crown of my head Upon a throne of sun and moon disks My teacher, the most kind root Lama. It used to be sung to bring about rain during droughts in Drikung, Tibet. Vajrasattva Samaya. Help to protect my vow to purify myself.
Drikung Kagyu Dharma Protector of Wisdom
May you remain firm with me. Grant me the complete satisfaction. Grow with me.
Be loving towards me. Sherab Nyingpo 5. Sangchoe Monlam 6.
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Laglen Sodunma 7. Namdak Deshing gi monlam 8. Dolma 21 contains audio 9.
Lama Choepa Phakpa Jampe Monlam Thupten Rinmey Geype monlam Menlay Dochok Lojong Tsikgaypa. Since these prayers are for Buddhist people specially Tibetans, therefore the default language is in Tibetan. Please do share among your friends and family.
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After the fifteenth century, apart from the countless extra-canonical texts used by monks and scholars, every monastery aspired to have the complete Buddhist canon - or volumes of the Kanjur and volumes of the Tanjur; in all, these two canons contain 4, texts. The sacred content of their libraries met a similar fate.
Those which survive reveal some of the splendour that once existed in this little known genre of Tibetan art. Even the simplest of covers were carved and painted with consummate skill. Combining the abilities of sculptor and painter, those who produced these works are deserving of admiration in equal measure to that afforded their colleagues who produced the murals, the paintings thangkas , and the wood, clay, and metal sculptures with which we are familiar.
It is clear that some of the early manuscripts and covers from India and Nepal are gloriously decorated, but there appears to have been no precedent for the extraordinary range of design in so many Tibetan book covers. The majority of Tibetan book covers are made of wood with some notable exceptions.
Ivory carving and moulded clay images are inset into niches in already carved wooden covers.I supplicate those Buddhas intending to pass into parinirvana to live long, for as many aeons as there are atoms of the earth in order to benefit all beings.
There is no ignorance and no wearing out of ignorance, and so on until no old age and death, nor their wearing out.
May I in any case, gain the supreme attainment of Mahamudra at the time of death or in the bardo. May I not die confused by wrong view. Mobile View: We take refuge in all the noble dakas, dakinis and dharma-guardians possessors of the eye of wisdom.
Very Good Hardcover.