Liberating City Wheel - Sutra Atisi

Mandala Wyzwalająca Miasto:

LINK do jpg. bardzo dobrej jakości:

http://www.ucchusma.net/station/01_Share/Mantra/City_Mantra.jpg 

 

The Glorious Atisha got this sutra when he was in India. Then he brought it
to Tibet. And he told his students: All sentient beings in the city where
this sutra is, will be liberated. The sutra can purify karmas whose has the
sutra. Purify the 5 heinous crimes, denying Dharma, taking offerings, intended
for the triple Gem, holding distorted views, breaking vows, etc

Sławny Atisha (Dipamkara Sri Dżniana) dostał tę sutrę kiedy przebywał w Indiach. Następnie przyniósł ją do Tybetu 

i powiedział swoim uczniom: "Wszystkie czujące istoty w mieście w którym znajduje się ta sutra zostaną wyzwolone.

Ta sutra ma moc oczyszczenia  karmy tego, który ją posiada. Oczyszcza ona 5 ohydnych zbrodni - porzucenie Dharmy, kradzież ofiar,

posiadanie błędnych poglądów, łamanie ślubowań  itd

 

Liberating City Wheel - Sutra Atisi

Mandala Wyzwalająca Miasto:

LINK do jpg. bardzo dobrej jakości:

http://www.ucchusma.net/station/01_Share/Mantra/City_Mantra.jpg 

 

 

http://www.e-sangha.com/alphone/tripitaka.htm

 

Acalanatha Vidyaraja/ Immovable Luminous King/Fudo Myo/ Acala

 

Fragment "Sutry o Odparciu Przez Wielkiego Smoka Krkalę Praktykujących Zewnętrzne Ścieżki"

/.../The Buddha then spoke the Dharani:

"Namo sidhi sidhi susidhi sidhi kala
laya kuyam Samma masli
acama sidhi svaha"

"The power of this Dharani can eliminate all the unpropitious and tame all demon kings."/.../

 

/.../ "The power, merits and virtues of this Dharani, can even make trees blossom before the right season, make the four oceans become mountains, or make the Sumeru mountain become an ocean. It can also make the ice burnt like oil, or make the hardest wood concave like water, all according to the cultivator's heart. In such cases, the cultivator is like the Bhagavan."

Then the Buddha spoke these gathas:

"Those who uphold, embrace, and practice it,
are like the Bhagavan.
They will obtain the supreme Samadhi,
of Bodhisattvas' level.
Those who recite and be mindful of the name of the dragon Krkala,
will eliminate demonic obstructions in their present lives,
and be reborn in the peaceful and blissful world in their subsequent lifetimes."

Padmasambhava jako Guru Vasuratna - bóstwo dobrobytu i bogactwa

Many would have questioned the reason for having such a worldly practice within the pure Buddhist tradition. The fact is that many Sutras, especially so for Mantrayana (the secret vehicle), emphasize very strongly that practitioners should not have obstacles in order to practice. More often than that, the two main obstacles for a practitioner are lack of healthy or long life and lack of wealth. Without wealth, one cannot practice generosity. Therefore, the Buddha provided this skillful method for all sentient beings to accumulate wealth.

          Through the blessing of Guru Vatsuratna, one is able to increase the energy of accumulating both samsaric and nirvanic wealth without any obstacle. Most importantly, the wealth accumulated will be used for meaningful purposes, and will be sustainable forever. The virtuous results will also travel with one into the next life. In general, if one accumulates wealth without blessing, this wealth is accompanied by different kinds of obstacles, but with the blessing of Guru Vatsuratna, there should not be any obstacle with the wealth accumulated.

               The principal deity in this practice in ORGYEN NORLHA - Guru Rinpoche manifesting as the divine god of wealth surrounded by the assembly of wealth gods and goddesses.  This special practice is a Mind Terma (treasure) of the previous His Holiness Dudjom Rinpoche. Special reasons and benefits are attributed to the practice. Due to its powerful lineage blessings, this sacred sadhana bestow swift and strong blessings in the forms of good fortune, luck, longevity; enriching prosperity, wealth and health in the vicinity where it is performed and also benefits those who are directly linked to it, when it is done with deep and strong faith and devotion.

 

 

 

This Dharani can be found in Gampopa's Jewel Ornament of Liberation, in the chapter on paramita of generosity(concerning generosity of giving Dharma), as well as in Sagaramati requested sutra. Here is the Mara Vijaya Dharani or Dud tsar chod pa'i zung  :


TADYATHA SHAME SHAMA WATI SHAMITASATRU AM KURE MAM KURE MARA ZITE KAROTA KEYURE TEZO WATI OLO YANI VISUDDHA NIRMALE MALA PANAYE KHUKHURE KHA KHA GRASE GRASANA O MUKHI PARAM MUKHI A MUKHI SHAMITWANI SARVA GRAHA BANDHANANE NIGRIHITVA SARVA PARAPRA WADINA VIMUKTA MARA PASA STHAVITVA BUDDHA MUDRA ANUNGATITA SARVA MARE PUTSA RITA PARISUDHE VIGATSANTU SARVA MARA KARMANI