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  • About Lamrim-The Middle Path

    Posted by lama / on 10/06/2010 / 0 Comments

    Lam Rim (Tibetan: lam "path", rim "stages") is a Tibetan Buddhist textual form for presenting the complete path to enlightenment as taught by Gautama Buddha. In Tibetan Buddhist history there have been many different versions of the Lam Rim, presented by different teachers, of the Nyingma, Kagyu and Gelug schools. The Sakya have a somewhat similar textual form called the Lam Dre. However all the versions of the Lam Rim are based on extensions of Atisha's 11th Century root text A Lamp for the Path.
    Authenticity of the Lam Rim teachings
    Vajrayana Buddhists believe that the teachings of the Lam Rim ..

  • Translation of Prayer for GADEN LHAGYAMA ~ the Hundred Deities of the Land of Joy

    Posted by lama / on 09/11/2010 / 0 Comments

    GADEN LHAGYAMA ~ the Hundred Deities of the Land of Joy

    In Tibetan

    Ga den lha gyi gon kyi tug karr nay
    rab kar zho shar pung dri chu dzin tser
    cho kyi gyal po kun kyen lob zang drag
    say dang chay pa nay dir shug su sol

    dun kyi nam ka seng dri pay day teng
    je tsun la ma gye pay dzum kar chen
    dag lo day pay so nam zhing chog du
    ten pa gye chir kal gyar shug su sol

    shay je kyon kun jal way lo dro tug
    kal sang na way gyen gyur leg ..

  • The Wheel Of Life Or Wheel of existence

    Posted by lama / on 08/16/2010 / 0 Comments


    The Bhavacakra (Sanskrit; Devanagari: Pali: bhavacakka) or Wheel of Becoming (Tibetan srid pa'i 'khor lo) is a complex symbolic representation of sa?sara in the form of a circle (Sanskrit: mandala; Tibetan: 'khor.lo), used primarily in Tibetan Buddhism.Sa?sara is the continuous cycle of birth, life, and death from which one liberates oneself through enlightenment.Legend has it that the Buddha himself created the first depiction of the bhavacakra, and the story of how he gave the illustration to King Rudraya?a appears in the anthology of Buddhist narratives called the Divyavadana.In the Buddhist depiction, different karmic actions contribute to one's metaphorical existence in different ..


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