available a transcript of Gelek Rimpoche’s Ganden Lha Gyema teachings that is Rinpoche mentions in his Gaden Lha Gyama, pg. ‘Jetsun lama. This commentary on the Ganden Lha Gyema guru yoga, the backbone of one’s practice, adresses Vajrayana-practitioners as well as those that want to prepare. This is a teaching on the Lama Tsong Khapa Guru Yoga text, Hundred Deities of the Land of Joy or Ganden Lha Gyama, by the Sera Je Lama.
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Take it mentally and, in this case, offer it to please Lama Tsongkhapa. The actual way to accomplish wisdom, the method to employ, comes at the end of this guru yoga, where the guru mantra of Lama Tsongkhapa is recited. All the non-virtuous actions that we have accumulated in the past up to now, from time immemorial up to this moment, all that we have done in the past…this is what it means.
We dedicate our guama for all that to flourish forever.
This power of his appearance is not external power; it is inner power. For the development of great wisdom, the color of the light suddenly changes into yellow. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.
If you meditate and practice seriously, you sit quietly in your room, read the words slowly, then visualize as clearly as possible with all your effort. Practicing the guru yoga of Lama Tsongkhapa is of great benefit because it establishes a great relationship with Lama Tsongkhapa, Manjushri and Buddha Maitreya as well.
Username or Email Address. During this time, we recite the lama mantra, this one-verse praise that is the lama mantra of Lama Tsongkhapa. Wrong views about Dharma, karma and so forth abound among sentient beings; and 5. Death and Dying Workshop.
Ganden Lha Gyäma: The Guru Yoga of Tushita’s Deva Host
Most of us have taken all different kinds of pratimoksha vows: They take us away from the true practice of Dharma. So sor can be interpreted either way; however, interpreting it as again and again is deeper, more beneficial. Once there, he yyama many great masters and not only put great effort into studying all the teachings of the Buddha, but he also meditated on them, realized their profound meaning, and became so glorious that he became like the sun, completely illuminating the whole gajden Tibet with the light of Dharma.
At that spot there is the heap of cloud, which is in three parts, as explained before. This invites and brings back to us the hla wisdom of all the buddhas in the form of countless Manjushris in all sizes.
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On each side of the main throne are two smaller golden ones, also with lotus and moon disks, on which are seated the two chief disciples. The wisdom of every buddha, without tanden or illusion, is the very nature of Manjushri. This comes in these lines: Advanced embedding details, examples, and help! Neither is it enough to have great, clear and quick wisdom; we also need profound wisdom, which can dig deeply into our practice.
From a quarrel between two or four people up to a war between great nations, all is for the purpose of the eight worldly dharmas. Thus, there are four wisdoms, and we can accomplish them all through the practice of the guru yoga of Lama Tsongkhapa.
These three, master and spiritual sons, come down on the white cloud. From these Manjushris in our body, light emanates and goes out in all ten directions. But we have to offer much more than that.
One is to purify all obstacles and interferences; the other is to grow and develop all the inner oha. This is not exactly like filling a bottle with an orange water, because it is not only amrita liquid but also, as explained before, it is radiant, orange light. In other words, Lama Tsongkhapa is the concentrated form of all three attributes of Buddha: Dri-me is without defilement or impurity.
After taking refuge, what we wish and are willing to do is liberate all sentient beings from all suffering. From these Manjushris, light emanates and goes in the ten directions, inviting the great wisdom of every buddha in the form of countless, different-sized Manjushris.