Mantra and Praise
With the three gates/the purity of body, speech and thought and a pure heart, I go for Refuge and devote myself. I wish to be supported by the three wheels, the Buddha’s deeds, discourse and mind and to be equipped with the Buddha’s wisdom and merit.
The nature of the Void neither arise nor cease. Mahāvairocana, the Buddha who is the central teacher and object of veneration in Vajrayāna Buddhism, leads us to the fundamental purity. Every dharma is neither created nor ended. Nirābhāsa/Nothingness, no nirvāna; nothing collapses, nothing hatches. Akṣobhya, the immovable buddha, leads us to completion of wisdom and reality, to overcome demons, and toe be free from anger.
The reality is true and not contaminated as Ratna-sajbhava, one of the Five Meditation Buddhas, teaches. In tathata /thusness, all things equal. The reality is fundamentally pure with profound meaning. Amitābha leads us to the wonderful system of the three Tiantai meditations to keep us away from anger and envy.
一切諸法積聚不可得 嗡 阿喇 巴札 那諦
The nature of all phenomena is emptiness. I wish to attain the achievement of Amitābha, get indestructible bodhi/enlightenment, end delusion, and be free from afflictions.
All things created by the gathering of various elements are unattainable.
Translated by 林育華/Lin, Yu-Hua/Monica
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