Herein is Contained the Essential, Condensed Daily Sādhanā of the Glorious Vajrakīlaya: Nghi Quỹ Tinh Túy Thực Hành Hàng Ngày Ngắn Gọn Kim Cang Phổ Ba Vang Danh

Sanskrit: Vajrakīlaya
Tibetan:  རྡོ་རྗེ་ཕུར་པ་ Dorje Phurba​,
Alternate name: Vajrakumāra,
Tibetan: རྡོ་རྗེ་གཞོན་ནུ་ Dorje Shönnu
Vietnamese: Kim Cang Phổ Ba 
  • Latestet update: 04/08/2020
  • Must receive the Vajrakīlaya empowerment and instruction from a pure lineage to practice. 
  • Nyingma text in Tibetan and English with Vietnamese translation below.
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།ཅེས་པའང་པདྨའི་མཚན་གྱི་རོར།      །འཇིགས་བྲལ་ཡེ་ཤེས་རྡོ་རྫེས་ཤར་མར་སྤེལ།།   །།

Written by Jigdral Yeshe Dorje (translated from Daily Prayers and Recitations at Tashi Choling, Mirror of Wisdom, Ashland, Oregon)
Viết bởi Jigdral Yeshe Dorje (dịch từ lời nguyện và tụng niệm hàng ngày tại Tashi Choling, Mirror of Wisdom, Ashland, Oregon)


།གསོལ་འདེབས་ལེའུ་བདུན་མ་ལས། སྣང་སྲིད་དབང་དུ་སྔུད་པའི་བརྒྱུད་འདེབས་བཞུགས་སོ།

Guru Rinpoche’s Seven-Chapter Supplication. In the Lineage Prayer (gyud deb)
Bài nguyện bảy chương đến Đạo Sư Liên Hoa Sanh. Truyền thừa  (Gyud deb)

༄༅། པདྨ་ཧེ་རུ་ཀ་ཡི་དགོངས་པ་ཡིས༔ དབང་གི་ལྷ་མོ་ནཱ་ག་རྫུ་ན་དང༔

Throught the enlightened intent of Padma Heruka, through Wang-gi Lhamo, through Nagarjuna,
Nhờ năng lực giác ngộ của Liên Hoa Heruka, đến Wang-gi Lhamo và Bồ Tát Long Thọ,

པདྨ་འབྱུང་གན་བར་བྱིན་བརླབས་ཏེ༔  འདས་དང་མ་བྱོན་ད་ལྟ་དུས་གསུམ་གྱི༔

And down through Padmasambhava, the blessings have been maintained. I supplicate the lama three times, past, future, and present.
Và đến Ngài Liên Hoa Sanh, sự gia trì luôn được duy trì. Con khẩn cầu các vị Đạo Sư trong ba thời, quá khứ, tương lai, và hiện tại. (more…)

The Life and Liberation of Padmākara, the Second Buddha

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Padmasambhava the manifestation of Amitābha sent to tame sentient beings:

The Life and Liberation of Padmākara, the Second Buddha

from A Precious Garland of Lapis Lazuli [1]

by Jamgön Kongtrul

Namo Guru-buddhādi-padmākara-pādāya

Padmasambhava, known as the ‘Second Buddha’, has influenced countless beings through the essential vajrayāna teachings of secret mantra, and especially through his profound terma-treasure activities here in Tibet. This great master was not an ordinary person on the path, nor merely a noble being on one of the bodhisattva levels. Guru Padmasambhava was an emanation of both Buddha Amitābha and the peerless Śākyamuni, and his purpose was to pacify human and spirit beings that were otherwise difficult to tame. Even the great bodhisattvas are incapable of fully telling the story of his life and liberation, yet I shall nonetheless give a brief outline in the pages that follow.


What Tibet’s Greatest Ever Yogi Can Teach Us About Living Life

Jetsun Milarepa Image Source:
Jetsun Milarepa Image Source:

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His name was Milarepa and he was a murderer
. The start of this yogi’s life was marred by violence, hatred and revenge. But mention his name to any Tibetan and their eyes will well up with tears of devotion and joy. For this is a story about change. This is a man who recognized his flaws and mistakes and turned his life around. This is a man who became the greatest yogi the world has ever seen.

Who was Milarepa?


Origin Of Mantra ཀརྨ་པ་མཁྱེན་ནོ། – Karmapa Chenno

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The most important practice in Tibetan Buddhism is Guru Yoga, meditation and mantra on the spiritual head and teacher of the tradition, which is seen as living Buddha, embodiment of three kayas and 10 bhumi (extraordinary powers). In Kagyu tradition the head Lama is Gyalwa Karmapa and his mantra is ཀརྨ་པ་མཁྱེན་ནོ། Karmapa Chenno. It is believed sounds of this mantra are directly connected with the enlightened mind of HH Karmapa and carry its enlightened qualities and brings help when it is most necessary for the benefit of student.

Here I would like to share with you a story about the origins of Karmapa Chenno mantra. The Karmapa mantra has originated at the times of 8thKarmapa Mikyo Dorje (1507-1554) in context of teaching about “Calling the Lama from afar.” (more…)

Filling Sacred Objects

By: Dorjé Lopön Dr. Lye 

In Drikung Dharmakirti’s (First Kyabgon Chungtsang) “Ocean of Merit and Wisdom: Instructions for Filling Sacred Objects,” it is stated that among the five types of sacred relics necessary for filling a stupa or statue, the mantra script is the most important as they are the “dharmakaya relics” (chos.sku.ring.bsrel). The mantras are first printed on sheets of paper, cut to fitting-sized strips, painted over with a mixture of saffron and medicinal spice (such as the “six good ingredients” and camphor), rolled up into tight little rolls of mantras and in this case, put into the “bhumpa” (the vase-shaped) part of the stupa alongside with whatever of the other four types of sacred relics that might be available.