✿ღVAJRASATTVA BUDDHA HEALING MANTRA
Alive Dharma Teaching, July 31, 2011
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In this alive Dharma Teaching we focus on Vajrasattva Buddha and purification of energy meditations , on Healing meditation- so important for planet Earth in this transitional process of galactic alignment.
II. International Institute for Contemporary Buddhist Studies :
2.1. Vajrasattva (Sanskrit: वज्रसत्त्व, Tibetan: རྡོ་རྗེ་སེམས་དཔའ། – Short form is “dorsem” རྡོར་སེམས།
_/♥\_ ATI YOGA * DZOGCHEN MEDITATIONS
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✿ღVajrasattva Buddha वज्रसत्त्व རྡོ་རྗེ་སེམས་དཔའ། – Healing mantra. 佛金刚心的口头禅。Visual Dharma. Spiritual Guidance for 3rd millennium视觉佛法。属灵的教导，为第三个千年.
2.2. BUDDHA DHARMA-._/♥\_. Collective Prayers & Meditations 集体祈祷和冥想。
✿ღVajrasattva is holder of symbolic transmission of Dzogchen lineage . His 100-syllable mantra contains all Wisdom deities of Sambhogakaya . It ends with primordial letter A which leads to direct transmission between buddhas , represented by Samantabhadra. 4 syllable mantra OM VAJRA SATTVA HUM 金剛薩埵心咒 is main meditation in this Visual Dharma. Pure land of Vajrasattva is called Great Joy . Wherever this Dharma is played it brings healing,purification and joy to our planet and all beings in 6 realms of existence.Rainbow lights shining from the crystal symbolize 5 Wisdom lights (tsal energy) . Nature of cystal is like limpid water .May this Dharma purify external universe & all waters on the planet into Pure land of great joy ,mandala of Vajrasattva. Garab Dorje,1st master of Ati Yoga Dzogchen in human realm was emanation of Vajrasattva. All wisdom traditions use water for peaceful purification (i.e. baptism in Christianity…) Meditators body is recognised as precious Nirmanakaya,his pure energy is Sambhogakaya,his awareness is stainless Dharmakaya. Vajrasattva purifies neg. karma of eating meat of killed animals & neg.karma of all unvirtuous actions of body,speech and mind. _/♥\_OM VAJRA SATTVA HUM In times of climate change it is very important to purify all waters on the planet.Water sustains life.This Visual Dharma was recorded at pristine creek with beautiful nature & running brook at nature park in South Austria. It gives clear message to humanity: BE VEG.GO GREEN.SAVE THE PLANET✿ღ Everyone is invited to attend 7 ongoing events on Facebook supporting your spiritual progress.
Vajrasattva meditation forms 4th part of Longchen Nyingthig liturgy by Jigme Lingpa:visualisation,petition,purification,requesting,100-syllable mantra recitation,invocation & dissolving the visualisation.Vajrasattva says with glad & smiling countenance:”O fortunate child,all your wrongdoings,obscurations & transgressions are purified.So saying he merges into radiant light & dissolves into me.Thus I become Vajrasattva,apparent yet void like a reflection in the mirror.Seed syllable HUM encircled by 4 letters emits rays of light.All beings & realms of 3 worlds become perfected in the nature of awakened beings,Vajrasattva,5 Buddha families,mandalas & retinue.” This ends generation stage (kye-rim) of Vajrasattva meditation,followed by completion stage (dzog-rim). Four syllable mantra dissolves ,HUM dissolves into radiant drop (bindu,nada) leading to threefold Sound of Voidness,described in MO divination by Mipham Rinpoche with AA Stainless sky. Direct introduction to Sound*Light of Dharmata (Chönyid kyi rangdra) by Ati Yoga Master of Dzogchen Essence lineage.
✿ღ Long & short Vajrasattva mantras are important part also in Shitro sadhana of Mingyur Dorje as taught by Chögyal Namkhai Norbu. (Yoga of peaceful & wrathful manifestations, as preparation for Todgal state of Dzogchen & Yantig retreat in dark). Vajrasattva meditation is not just kind of method : one must have faith & devotion to Vajrasattva.
✿ღ Dedication: may all beings soon reach purified state of Vajrasattva Buddha.
Colophon: Buddha Dharma-OBF International, Dakini day July 2011 Institute for information science www.izum.si/cobiss 90321 1.01 Original Scientific Article Her Eminence Tara Tulku Drimed Drolkhar Rinpoche 90352 2.18 Scientific Film,Sound/Video recording Mangala Konchok Norbu.
2.3. International Institute for Contemporary Buddhist studies : E-learning curriculum
1. Describe attributes of Vajrasattva Buddha
2. Why is Vajrasattva holder of symbolic transmission in Dzogchen ?
3. Write your experiences in Vajrasattva meditation
Related Visual Dharma & selected bibliography
VAJRASATTVA MEDITATION ❤☀ 100-SYLLABLE MANTRA
2.4. _/♥\_ NAMO AMITABHA ༀམཎིཔདྨེཧཱུྃ། 南无阿弥陀佛::: VAJRASATTVA MEDITATION at the CREEK OF THE HOLY SPIRIT ….This creek is called after Holy Spirit Catholic Church which lies at the level of some 860 m in Slovenia, near the border with Austria. This region is called South Styria. In German/Austrian language it is called “Heiligergeistklamm”. One can reach the Church beginning to walk slowly up through the Creek for about 1 hour. Then continue through the meadows above and went toward the settlement , in Slovenian called Sveti Duh na Ostrem vrhu. Enjoy panoramic vies of beautiful landscape. …. path with the brook at the creek is very nice and even illustrated at one point. It is good to visit the creek during hot summer days, for refreshment and for 100-syllable Vajrasattva mantra recitation . Air is fresh, water is pure , with negative ions everywhere. Good for healing and relaxation also. BUDDHA DHARMA ڿڰۣ♥ OBF International
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OM SVASTI http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ApIARcwuAzc Visual Dharma : 100-syllable mantra of Vajrasattva , teaching everyone how to recite it. Additional Teaching in description of this Dharma video . May all beings benefit !
100 syllable mantra of Vajrasattva
ཨོཾ་བཛྲ་སཏྭ་ས་མ་ཡ་མ་ནུ་པ་ལ་ཡ། བཛྲ་སཏྭ་ཏྭེ་ནོ་པ་ཏིཥྛ། དྲྀ་ཌྷོ་མེ་བྷ་བ། སུ་ཏོ་ ཥྱོ་མེ་བྷ་བ། སུ་པོ་ ཥྱོ་མེ་བྷ་བ། ཨ་ནུ་ར་ཀྟོ་མེ་བྷ་བ། ས་རྦ་སི་དྡྷི་མེ་པྲ་ཡ་ཙྪ། ས་རྦ་ཀ་རྨ་སུ་ཙ་མེ ཙི་ཏྟཾ༌ཤེ་ཡཿ་ཀུ་རུ་ཧཱུྂ། ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ཧོཿ བྷ་ག་བ་ན ས་རྦ ཏ་ཐཱ་ག་ཏ་བཛྲ་མཱ་མེ་མུ་ཉྩ། བཛྲཱི་བྷ་བ་མ་ཧཱ་ས་མ་ཡ་སཏྭཨཱཿ །། ཧཱུྂ ཕ་ཊ:::
2.5. Photo gallery of Visual Dharma Art
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Vajrasattva holds the vajra in his right hand and a bell in his left hand.
Vajrasattva (Sanskrit: वज्रसत्त्व, Tibetan: རྡོ་རྗེ་སེམས་དཔའ། – Short form is “dorsem” རྡོར་སེམས།) is a bodhisattva in the Mahayana, Mantrayana and Vajrayana buddhist traditions. In the Japanese Vajrayana school of Buddhism, Shingon, Vajrasattva is the esoteric aspect of the bodhisattva Samantabhadra and is commonly associated with the student practitioner who through the master’s teachings, attains an ever-enriching subtle and rarefied grounding in their esoteric practice. In Tibetan Buddhism Vajrasattva is associated with the Dharmakaya and also with purification practice.
Vajrasattva appears principally in two Buddhists texts: the Mahavairocana Sutra and the Vajrasekhara Sutra. In the Diamond Realm Mandala, Vajrasattva sits to the East near Akshobhya Buddha.
In some esoteric lineages, Nagarjuna was said to have met Vajrasattva in an iron tower in South India, and was taught tantra, thus transmitting the esoteric teachings to more historical figures.
Nomenclature, orthography and etymology
Vajrasattva’ (Tibetan: Dorje Sempa, Japanese: Kongōsatta, Chinese: 金剛薩埵 Jīn gāng sà duǒ) is a bodhisattva in the Mahayana and Vajrayana buddhist traditions. Vajrasattva’s name translates to Diamond Mind or Thunderbolt Mind.
In the Shingon Buddhist lineage, Vajrasattva is traditionally viewed as the second patriarch, the first being Vairocana Buddha himself. According to Kukai‘s writings in Record of the Dharma Transmission he relates a story based on Amoghavajra‘s account that Nagarjuna met Vajrasattva in an iron tower in southern India. Vajrasattva initiated Nagarjuna into the abhiseka ritual and entrusted him with the esoteric he had learned from Vairocana Buddha, as depicted in the Mahavairocana Sutra. Kukai does not elaborate further on Vajrasattva or his origins.
Elsewhere, Vajrasattva is an important figure in two esoteric Buddhist sutras, the Mahavairocana Sutra and the Vajrasekhara Sutra. In the first chapter of the Mahavairocana Sutra, Vajrasattva leads a host of beings who visit Vairocana Buddha to learn the Dharma. Vajrasattva inquires about the cause, goal and foundation of all-embracing wisdom, which leads to a philosophical discourse by the Buddha. The audience cannot comprehend the teaching, so the Buddha demonstrates through the use mandala. Vajrasattva then questions why rituals and objects are needed if the truth is beyond form. Vairocana Buddha replies to Vajrasattva that these are expedient means to bring practitioners to experience awakening more readily, and so on. In Shingon Buddhist rituals for initiation, the kechien kanjō, the initiate re-enacts the role of Vajrasattva and recites mantra and dialogue from the sutras above. The Maha Acharya enacts the role of Mahavairocana Buddha bestowing wisdom upon the student.
In Vajrayana Buddhism the Vajrasattva root tantra is Dorje Gyan, or ‘Vajra Ornament’. Vajrasattva practices are common to all of the four schools of Tibetan Buddhism and are used both to purify obscurations so that the Vajrayana student can progress beyond Ngondro practices to the various yoga practices of tantra and also to purify any broken samaya vows after initiation. As such, Vajrasattva practice is an essential element of Tibetan Buddhist practice.
In addition to personal practice, the Vajrasattva mantra is regarded as having the ability to purify karma, bring peace, and cause enlightened activity in general. Following the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States, The Dzogchen Ponlop Rinpoche announced a project, Prayer 4 Peace, to accumulate one billion six syllable Vajrasattva recitations by practitioners around the world. The six syllable mantra (OM VAJRASATTVA HUM), is a less formal version of the one hundred syllable mantra on which it is based but contains the essential spiritual points of the longer mantra, according to lama and tulku Jamgon Kongtrul.
Hundred Syllable Mantra
In Vajrayana Buddhist practice, Vajrasattva is used in the Ngondro, or preliminary practices, in order to “purify” the mind’s defilements, prior to undertaking more advanced tantric techniques. The ‘yik gya’, the ‘Hundred Syllable Mantra’ (Tibetan: ཡིག་བརྒྱ; Wylie: yig brgya) supplication of Vajrasattva, approaches universality in the various elementary Ngondro sadhana for sadhakas of all Mantrayana and Sarma schools bar the Bonpo. The pronunciation and orthography differ between lineages.
Vajrasattva (5) samaya (8)manupālaya (13) |
Vajra bhava (92) mahāsamaya (97) sattva āḥ (100) ||
O Vajrasattva honour the agreement!
(The most excellent exclamation of praise)
Vajrasattva’s Samaya: O Vajrasattva, protect the Samaya