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Useful A very short guideline to a vajrasattva purification practice that is all in English. It is specific to Lama Zopa Rinpoche's tradition and the mantras lose some of their flow in English but it clearly explains most of the meanings of the practice.

Dec 13, scott de blois rated it it was amazing. Getting to Know Vajrasattva This brilliant little book introduces the. A simple daily practice. Perfect for beginners and beyond. Jan 21, Bret Bradbury rated it it was amazing. Excellent Easy to understand and follow. So thankful to Lama Zopa for writing this. Oct 28, Chris rated it liked it. Three Stars Because it successfully confused me, om on pasha Pravda, and I'm not one easily, deva deck have a guru, easily confused.

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Readers also enjoyed. About Thubten Zopa. Thubten Zopa. Rinpoche was born in in Thami, not far from the cave Lawudo, in the Mount Everest region of Nepal, where his predecessor meditated for the last twenty years of his life. While his predecessor had belonged to the Sakya tradition of Tibetan Buddhism, the Lawudo Lama himself had been a great master of the complete tantric teachings of the Nyingma tradition. Rinpoche left Thami when he was about 4 years old and was put in a Monastery that was very close to the border of Nepal and Tibet.

Rinpoche stayed at this Monastery for several years until he went to Tibet and took getsul ordination in , and continued his studies in Domo Geshe's monastery in Phagri, Tibet. This is where the Indian Government housed the monks from Sera, Ganden and Drepung Monasteries who wanted to continue their studies, along with monks from the other sects. Frida Bedi then invited him to join her school for incarnate lamas in Dalhousie where they were given the chance to learn English for 6 months.

Upon the completion returned to Buxa Duar and his studies. She became the Lamas' first Western student. By , twelve centers had started. The FPMT is an organization devoted to the transmission of the Mahayana Buddhist tradition and values worldwide through teaching, meditation and service.

FPMT currently has 8 standard Buddhist education programs that are taught in many of the centers. Two of these, the Masters Program and the Basic Program are committed courses of 6 and 5 years of study respectively.

Based on the great philosophical texts studied in the monasteries of Tibet, FPMT holds to rigid standards of translation and has a passion for authentic texts to ensure that complete accuracy of the meaning found within these profound texts is not forfeited in the transmission from East to West.

Lama Zopa Rinpoche has many other projects around the world; one of the most important is the ft Maitreya Statue that Rinpoche is building in Bodh Gaya that will include schools, hospitals and other social projects such as Leprosy clinics these social projects are already in existence and have been functioning for the last 15 years. Some of the other projects that Rinpoche has founded are Sera Jhe food fund — which offers breakfast, lunch and dinner everyday to monks.

The Lama Tsong Khapa Teacher Fund offers an allowance to the main teachers in the Gelukpa tradition from various monasteries. Rinpoche also has a number of other funds that are for building holy objects, such as Stupas, prayer wheels etc. Rinpoche has a very strong interest in collecting texts from all the different traditions. Books by Thubten Zopa. As dedicated readers already know, some of the best and most innovative stories on the shelves come from the constantly evolving realm of young ad Read more Trivia About Daily Purificatio No trivia or quizzes yet.

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By Lama Zopa Rinpoche. In Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand Pabonka Rinpoche explains how the great Atisha would purify any negativity, no matter how small, immediately. Even in public or when riding his horse, as soon as he noticed a breach of his ethics, he would stop what he was doing, drop to one knee and then and there, purify it with the four opponent powers - the powers of dependence, regret, remedy and restraint. Atisha practiced purification in this way because of his deep realization of the psycho-mechanics of negative karma, especially its four fundamentals: negative karma is certain to bring suffering; it multiplies exponentially; if eradicated, it cannot bring its suffering result; and once created, it never simply disappears. In the meantime, we should try to practice as he did. Therefore, out of his great compassion, Lama Zopa Rinpoche has composed this short Vajrasattva practice and requested that it be published in a pocket-sized format that is easy for people to carry round and have available at all times.

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Daily Purification: A Short Vajrasattva Practice

Jump to navigation. A short Vajrasattva practice composed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and and published in a pocket-sized format. In Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand Pabongka Rinpoche explains how the great Atisha would purify any negativity, no matter how small, immediately. Even in public or when riding his horse, as soon as he noticed a breach of his ethics, he would stop what he was doing, drop to one knee and then and there, purify it with the four opponent powers - the powers of dependence, regret, remedy and restraint. Atisha practiced purification in this way because of his deep realization of the psycho-mechanics of negative karma, especially its four fundamentals: negative karma is certain to bring suffering; it multiplies exponentially; if eradicated, it cannot bring its suffering result; and once created, it never simply disappears. In the meantime, we should try to practice as he did.

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Daily Purification – A Short Vajrasattva Practice

In Liberation in the Palm of Your Hand Pabonka Rinpoche explains how the great Atisha would purify any negativity, no matter how small, immediately. Even in public or when riding his horse, as soon as he noticed a breach of his ethics, he would stop what he was doing, drop to one knee and then and there, purify it with the four opponent powers - the powers of dependence, regret, remedy and restraint. Atisha practiced purification in this way because of his deep realization of the psycho-mechanics of negative karma, especially its four fundamentals: negative karma is certain to bring suffering; it multiplies exponentially; if eradicated, it cannot bring its suffering result; and once created, it never simply disappears. Through the study and practice of Dharma, we should try to attain Atisha's level of understanding. In the meantime, we should try to practice as he did. Therefore, out of his great compassion, Lama Zopa Rinpoche has composed this short Vajrasattva practice and requested that it be published in a pocket-sized format that is easy for people to carry round and have available at all times.

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