Chenrezig Sadhana. An introduction to Vajrayana practice, the liturgy of. Chenrezig Sadhana | Columbus Karma Thegsum Chöling. Preliminary Refuge. From this moment until the heart of enlightenment is reached , I and all sentient beings as limitless as the sky, Go for refuge to all the.
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Declaration From beginningless samsara, in this and other lives, I have unwittingly committed many non-virtues or caused others to do the same.
We go for refuge to all Buddhas, the transcendent accomplished conquerors. We go for refuge to the noble Sangha. Buddha of great compassion, hold me fast in your compassion. Taking Refuge three times I take refuge in my Gurus.
The Meditation and Recitation of the Great Compassionate One: Four-Armed Chenresig
He wears sadhhana upper robe of doeskin. I pray to you, lord protector, Chenresig. He radiates bright, clear light of five colors. I pray to you, perfect noble one, Chenresig. We go for refuge to all the yidams, the deities gathered in the mandala.
The lower two hold a crystal rosary and white lotus. With the power of evil karma gathered from beginningless time, Sentient beings, through the force of anger, Are born as hell beings and experience the suffering of heat and cold. By the merit of this practicegenerosity and so forth, May I achieve Buddhahood For the benefit of all sentient beings.
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I pray to you, lord of love, Chenresig. May they all be born in your presence, perfect deity. Preliminary Refuge From this moment until the heart of enlightenment is reached, I and all sentient beings as limitless as the sky, Go for refuge to all the splendid accomplished supreme Gurus. He gazes with compassionate eyes and lovely smile. Beseeching the Buddhas to Remain These beings, blinded by ignorance, have no one to guide them.
Please bless them that they may achieve the omniscient state of buddhahood.
I take refuge in Buddha. His two feet are in the vajra asana.
He has four arms. Bewildered by the confusion of my ignorance, I have rejoiced in my own and other’s non-virtue.
Offering Just as Manjushri and other Bodhisattvas have made offerings to the Buddhas, so do I make offerings to the Buddhas and their protecting sons. Make the following prayer, thinking that all beings are making it with you as if in a single voice: We go for refuge to all the supreme Dharma. Seeing these mistakes, I declare all this to you protectors from the depths of my heart.
Chenresig arises from this. Prostration I prostrate before all the Buddhas who have come in the past, present and future; to the Dharma; and the highest Assembly, the Sangha, bowing down with bodies as numerous as all the atoms of the world.
From time without beginning, beings have wandered in samsara, Undergoing unendurable suffering. Lord, not veiled by any fault, white in color Whose head a perfect Buddha crowns in light, Gazing compassionately at all beings, To you, Chenresig, all-seeing one, I prostrate. Dedication By the merit I have gathered from all these acts of virtue done in this way, May all the sufferings of every being disappear. They have no other protector than you.
We go for refuge to all the dakas, dakinis, protectors and defenders of the Dharma Who each have the eye of transcending awareness.
I pray to you, my yidam, Chenresig. His head ornament is Amitabha, Buddha of boundless light. He is the essence of all those in whom we take refuge. The first two are folded in prayer.
Offering to the Assembly of Buddhas By the virtue of offering to the assembly of Buddhas, Visualized before me, this Mandala, built on a baResplendent with flowers, saffron water and incense, Adorned with Mount Meru and the Four Continents, As well as with the Sun and Moon, May all sentient beings share its effects.
A stainless moon is his back rest. Rejoicing With happiness, I rejoice in the ocean of virtues of developing the mind of enlightenment wishing to bring joy to all sentient beings and working for everyone’s benefit. O Buddhas, who might wish to pass beyond sorrow, I beseech you with hands pressed together: Visualization of the Deity On the crown of the head of myself and all beings, on a moon, on a lotus, is a HRI.
I take refuge in the Dharma. Please live for eons without number.
I take refuge in the Sangha. He is arrayed in silks and jewels. Requesting the Teaching With hands pressed together, I request the Buddhas of all directions to light the lamp of Dharma for those who are groping in the darkness of suffering.