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Sadhanas and texts for recitation

Healing Prayer to the Three Jewels

By the truth of the Buddha may safety ever be ours. namo buddhaya   namo dharmaya   namo sanghaya By invoking the Three Jewels, may all ever be well. By invoking the Three Jewels, may all be free from illness. By invoking … Continue reading

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For Healing

Reverence to the Lord Master of Healing, King of Peaceful Radiance, the Conqueror, the Perfectly Enlightened! You are the Healing Substance, the Act of Healing, and the Master of Healing. To your supreme way I perfectly surrender! It is thus! … Continue reading

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Offering Clouds

May the power of the merit from the offering clouds to the glorious and fruitful Jewels, filling the sky, free all sentient beings, tortured by the three sufferings, and lead them to the Pure Land without delay or hindrance. ―Samantabhadra

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Treasury of Blessings

Whenever we remember the Buddha, He is there, right in front of us, constantly granting His blessings and freedom from all harm. … Supreme Teacher, Bhagavan, Tathagata, Arhat, Complete and Perfect Buddha, Glorious Conqueror, Shakyamuni Buddha, to You we pay … Continue reading

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Apostles of the Buddha

Revering and trusting in the Buddha, we will wear the armor of patient endurance. We will cherish neither our bodies nor our lives, but care only for the unexcelled Way. Repeatedly we will be driven out and exiled from our … Continue reading

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Prayer to Jetsun Tara

Noble and compassionate Tara, I pray to You: may I and all sentient beings, infinite in number, purify wrong views and afflicted emotions and swiftly perfect the accumulations of merit and wisdom, and in so doing may we gain perfect … Continue reading

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Uniting the Recollection of the Buddha and Guru Yoga

namo gurave  On the level of ultimate truth, free of going, coming, and abiding, beyond conventional form, pervading all directions and times, the best, the original condition of all phenomena, I go to the Truth Form of the Buddha for … Continue reading

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