Oct 30, 2017

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PRAYING (Part 5): ACCUMULATION OF BOTH MERIT AND WISDOM   PRAYING TO ACCUMULATE MERIT   Buddhism often puts emphasis on “accumulating merit and wisdom at the same time”, thus every schools have their own or common modes of practice. Sahara, the mahasiddha of Mahamudra Tantra tradition, pointed out:” The wisdom (prajna) only appears after total purification and full accumulation of merit; or be blessed by an enlightened master. It would be foolish to look for another practice.” One of prayers that gathers most blessings from the Guru is the “Seven Line Prayer” composed by a Dakini who then passed it on to Indian Tantric yogis.   “Hūṃ! In the north-west of the land of Oḍḍiyāna In the heart of a lotus flower, Endowed with the most marvelous attainments, You are renowned as the ‘Lotus-born’, Surrounded by many hosts of ḍākinīs Following in your footsteps, I pray to you: Come, inspire

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