Jul 27, 2017

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PRAYER (Part 3): THE MEANING AND PURPOSE OF PURIFICATION (Ý nghĩa và mục đích tịnh hóa)

PRAYER:  THE MEANING AND PURPOSE OF PURIFICATION (Part 3)   Lotus Flower Estrade in Song Nguyen Tantra House Quite a few classic prayers in Buddhism have been passed from generation to generation. Each lineage or division has its own prayer. In Tibet, there exist four major Buddhist schools, including Nyingma, Sakya, Kagyu and Gelug. This article alone will give a general introduction rather than being partial towards any school.    Tantric prayers may be different in length (long, short, medium) but they are all classic, stable and often passed through generations. Typical examples are “The Seven Line Prayer”, “Tibetan Buddhist Lineage Prayers” , “The Seven Branch Prayer” (see Index), A medium prayer compiled by Gyalwa Longchenpa (see Index), “Prayer for Time of Death” (see Index)…       Gyalwa Longchenpa Different prayers are used in different stages of Tantric practice. In the preliminary stage (Ngondro), particularly, prayers are even put before meditation.

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