Mind’s nature is indivisible emptiness and clarity, Inexpressible and indestructible, like space. In seeing it, there is no separate one who sees; There is but a single, all-encompassing sphere. Even looker and looking are one and the same. This view of seeing all at once is unsurpassed, A centreless, limitless, exceptional experience.
In this fruition in which what has to be done has been done, There’s no seeing at all, and any wish to see, Any deep longing to discover the view, Is naturally destroyed from its very depths. To arrive at such contentment and evenness Is to be touched by brave Mañjuśrī’s beneficent light.
Mipham wrote this on the 12th day of the seventh month, in the year of the Fire Rat (1876). Maṅgalam.
Translated by Adam Pearcey, 2016, with the kind assistance of Alak Zenkar Rinpoche.
Buddha Vairocana is the primordial, fundamental Buddha of the Universe – The Cosmic Buddha, and He is seen as the embodiment of the Buddhist concept of Emptiness (Sunyata). The name ”Vairocana” translates as “embodiment of light” or “luminous” in ancient Sanskrit, while in Japanese, ”Dainichi” translates as “great sun.” He is the central deity among the five primordial Buddhas or the Tathagatas. Each of the five primordial Buddhas first identifies a specific human failing and then supports us in transforming it into a positive characteristic, bringing about the spiritual evolution required for enlightenment. More specifically, He represents the conversion of ignorance into wisdom.
OM NAMO BHAGAVATE / SARVA DURGATE PARI SHODHANI RAJAYA / TATHAGATAYA / ARHATE SAMYAKSAM BUDDHAYA / TADYATHA / OM SHODHANI SHODHANI / SARVA PAPAM VISHODHANI / SHUDHE VISHUDHE / SARVA KARMA AVARANA VISHODHANI SVAHA
May all sentient beings have happiness and its causes, May all sentient beings be free of suffering and its causes, May all sentient beings never be separated from bliss without suffering, May all sentient beings be in equanimity, free of bias, attachment, and anger.
This is the Yera mantra or the rainbow healing blessing for the benefit of all beings. This mantra is very beneficial for use during self healing or for others. It is very good at working with the generation of life force energy and using that for benefit within the body to harmonise and balance the full spectrum of essence. This mantra is works with cultivating the light body.
Om : represents the five elements in complete harmony and balance, within and without with no sense of separation. The elements in harmonious unity. It also represents through that unity the ability to cleanse, heal and transform our body speech and mind into luminous being.
Ye : represents the eternal, primordial principle of light. This syllable is the flame and the light of heat, the wind that brings life-force. The generator of awareness is manifested with this sound.
Ra : is the sound of the particle – this syllable projects the light of Ye that beams in all directions. Using this sound we can use our will to send it places in the body. Its light purifies and transforms all it touches to harmony. The rays of clarity that shine inwardly and outwardly, receiving and sharing. The sun essence.
Ma : The sound of the healing compassion, a principle of heart centered unity the lunar essence. The light of Ra is illuminated by the winds of love and kindness and its sound carried in completeness across existence and beyond.
Sa : the grounding earthing principle that roots the being in harmony that resounds the firmament of emptiness with its stability and inherent peacefulness.
Siddhi : the sound of the life-force itself, a syllable that encompasses the energy and treasures it speaks of. An expression of totality, the gathering of the preceding syllables. A connection to our intent.
Hung : this sound represents wish fulfilling accomplishments generated by primordial self arising wisdom, and being open to receiving the blessing and acceptance that it has already taken place.
There often seems to be a lack of energetic practises aimed at men online so here for the men (and women too) are two mudra beneficial for men’s sexual health, empowerment and general wellbeing. These two Linga mudra can help alleviate sexual issues and also just to promote general sexual health for men. Also very good for strengthening the immune system and fighting coughs and colds. You shouldn’t do it too often as it works with fire element and too much of any one element is not balanced. Breathe in the energy through the secret chakra up the spine to the crown and down again towards the sacred area. Hands should be at the abdomen. Visualise the strength and solidity and purification. If you want to make sound with it too – wonderful activate the intentions and be free with yourself let go of any stagnant or restrictive energy and feelings. The second mudra combines the feminine with the masculine- the shiva linga mudra.
Shiva linga mudra is a Sanskrit term for a hand gesture that is a representation of the form of Shiva lingam worshiped in Hindu temples. Shiva is the Hindu god of destruction. Linga is derived from li, meaning “to dissolve,” and gam, meaning “to move on”; and mudra means “sign,” “energetic seal” or “gesture.”
This mudra increases heat in the body so this mudra is to be performed only for 15 minutes or less. But when there is congestion and cold you can continue this mudra for 30 minutes twice a day . Drink plenty of water and discontinue once any symptoms have been alleviated- and of course always talk to your doctor for any genuine health concerns- this practise is to complement not subvert professional medical advice. When in doubt contact your doctor first always.
Linga mudra is formed by interlocking the palms but keeping the left thumb erect pointing upward.
A Narration of the Heart of the Perfection Wisdom Sutra in English with the tone of the planet Saturn. – For the benefit of all sentient beings Its Sanskrit title, Prajñāpāramitāhṛdaya, can be translated as “The Heart of the Perfection of Wisdom”. “Form is empty. Emptiness is form. Emptiness is not other than form; form is also not other than emptiness’. There may be some errors in certain words being pronounced- but the power of the Sutra speaks for itself, and the purpose of this video is purely to share and make available to others the teaching of this sacred text in an audio format.