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Sadhana

 

The Meditation and Recitation of Amitabha Called "Embracing the Pure Land of Sukhavati"

 

SGD 10 per text

 

Available in Tibetan-English and Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

The Meditation and Recitation of Amitabha Called "Embracing the Pure Land of Sukhavati." Amitabha is the Buddha of Boundless Light. His Buddhafield in the West is called Dewachen, or Sukhavati in Sanskrit. Amitabha is known as one of the most compassionate Buddhas, because he promised that those who merely said his name at the time of death would be reborn in Dewachen. It is traditional to engage in the practice of Amitabha in preparation for the process of dying and on behalf of those who have died.

 

In 2011, students of H.E Garchen Rinpoche gathered together across borders, cultures, continents and languages to complete an impressive 100-million recitation of the mantra of Buddha Amitabha. H.E Garchen Rinpoche had written the instructions of this sadhana specifically for this event which was based in Singapore.

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The exceedingly concise sadhana of Chakrasamvara's Five Deities, called "Utter Illumination of the Innermost Essence."

 

SGD 10

 

Available in Tibetan-English, and Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

One of the most important deity practices in the Kagyu lineage of Tibetan Buddhism is that of Chakrasamvara.

Practitioners visualize themselves as this manifestation of utter purity, and using the subtle energies of the body, strive to achieve enlightenment in order to liberate all sentient beings from suffering.

 

It is necessary to have received the empowerment in order to purchase this sadhana.

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The Stream of Blessings: The Heart Essence of the Practice of the Fivefold Path of Mahamudra Preliminary Practice

 

SGD 10 per text

 

Available in Tibetan-English, and Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

The pith-instruction for attaining enlightenment, the essential practice of seeing the nature of reality, is called by the Kagyu lineage Mahamudra. This text contains the “preliminary practices” that help ready the mind for the ultimate perception of reality.

 

The Drikung Kagyu Five-fold Mahamudra includes both the “common” preliminaries of the Four Thoughts that turn the mind toward the dharma regarding the preciousness of human life, impermanence, the infallibility of cause-and-effect, and the deficiencies of samsara and the Four Foundations of refuge, purification, mandala offering, and guru yoga.

 

All five aspects essential to the “five-fold” path are covered in this series of practices: the development of bodhicitta, deity yoga, guru yoga, and dedication.


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Refined Drop of Immortality: A Longevity Mandala Practice of Arya Tara, the Wish-Granting Chakra

 

SGD 10

 

Available in Tibetan-English-Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

Known as the Mother of All Buddhas, the Swift Liberator, the Savioress, or She Who Protects From All Perils, Tara is the essence of Dharma. She embodies the wisdom of all Buddhas--the primordially enlightened mind--and fearlessly leaps into action with the love of a mother for her only child.

 

When H.E Garchen Rinpoche was in prison, he prayed to Tara continuously for protection and guidance. She is his yidam, his main deity, and as such he is never separate from her mantra. Because the benefits of practicing Tara are so profound for oneself and others, Rinpoche highly recommends that all of his students engage in Tara practice.

 

The sadhana used in these inspiring and joyous teachings was written by the previous incarnation of H.E Garchen Rinpoche after seeing a vision of White Tara.


In this practice, one visualizes one's essential nature in the form of White Tara and recites her mantra. White Tara is associated with healing and long life, and by practicing White Tara one can attain health and longevity as well as the ultimate attainment, Buddhahood.

 

Tara is the basis of the manifestation of all female deities, and she vowed to attain enlightenment in female form and continuously manifest to protect beings from fears of cyclic existence. Just hearing her name with devotion frees one from the eight or sixteen fears.

 

Practicing her meditation and reciting her mantras dispels all obstacles. One will be born in Dewachen, the blissful pure land of Buddha Amitabha. At the end of this sadhana is a “Supplication Prayer to the Twenty-One Taras” and "Supplication Prayer to Tara, the Seven Protectors."

 

The 7 line prayer was said to be composed during the time when Lord Jigten Sumgon was staying at Echung cave. Having attained Buddhahood, he had a vision of the seven Taras. At that time he made this supplication prayer that has manifold magnificent blessings.


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Fully Enlightened Without Meditation: The Teaching of Consciousness Transference, Jag-Tsug-Ma

 

SGD 10

 

Available in Tibetan-English-Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

The Tibetan tradition of Buddhism includes detailed advice for using the process of dying as a means to attain complete enlightenment.

 

The first of these teachings is that of Phowa, which is intended to create a strong connection with the Buddha Amitabha and his pure land of Dewachen. This connection is then called upon at the time of death for a swift transference to Dewachen.

 

This extraordinary teaching by H.E Garchen Rinpoche brings great clarity and accessibility to the practice of Phowa. He explains the pure essence of Dharma and encourages his students to practice this wholeheartedly.

The Confession of Downfalls to the Thirty-Five Buddhas Ritual “The Complete Purification of Obscuration”

 

SGD 20

 

Available in Tibetan-English. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

This text describes a practice of purification by confession and making prostrations to the 35 Buddhas. We have all committed countless negative actions of which we might be not even be aware.

 

We are often conscious of  aspects of our character that we do not like and wish to change. Purification practices are an excellent means to remove negative emotional burdens such as anger, jealousy, pride.

 

Through such practices, we can pacify obstacles to our happiness and self-improvement created previous karmic actions. By acting through confessions and prostrations to purify negative imprints and afflictions is very productive to our spiritual improvement. It helps us to change our bad habits and subdues obstacles to long life and success in our spiritual practice.

Vajrakilaya
The Daily Practice of the Secret Attainment of the Unsurpassed Extremely Vajrakilaya, called, “The Essence of the Play of the Concerned Activity”

 

SGD 15

 

Available in Tibetan-English and Chinese. Horizontal laid, spiral bound, dimension measures 11” by 5.9”.

 

Vajrakilaya is a wrathful deity practice, stemming from the Eight Heruka sadhanas of the ancient translations of Tibet.

 

Vajrakilaya embodies the enlightened activity of all the Buddhas, manifesting in an intensely wrathful yet compassionate form in order to subjugate the delusions and negativity that can arise as obstacles to the practice of Dharma.

 

Guru Rinpoche brought this practice from India and passed it on to his 25 disciples. It has passed on through many lineages and is presently practiced by all schools of Tibetan Buddhism.

 

This practice is famous for being the most powerful for removing obstacles, destroying the forces hostile to compassion and purifying the spiritual pollution so prevalent in this age.

 

It is necessary to have received the empowerment in order to purchase this sadhana.

 

Please indicate your preferred language when placing order.