Grand Mantra de Compassion : Purification, guérison et protection, le Maha Karuna Dharani Sutra — au profit de tous les êtres | Yoga

Partout dans le monde, des millions de bouddhistes Mahayana chantent le Maha Karuna Dharani, le Grand Mantra de Compassion d'Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig, Guanyin) – célèbre pour ses bienfaits de guérison, de protection et de purification.

C'est probablement le deuxième mantra le plus chanté, après Om Mani Padme Hum — qui est un court mantra d'Avalokitesvara. Il est aussi parmi les plus beaux à écouter tant dans la tonalité que dans l'expression. Malgré sa longueur intimidante de 84 lignes (il existe également une version courte), qui est longue en termes de dharani ou de mantra, elle est chantée quotidiennement par de nombreux adeptes dévoués du Bouddha compatissant.

(Quatre vidéos chantaient des versions du Great Compassion Mantra dans ce reportage.)

Le visage même de la compassion, Metta personnifié dans le glorieux Avalokiteshvara, le Bouddha compatissant.

Un Dharani est généralement considéré comme contenant l'essence de l'ensemble du Sutra dans lequel il est cité, dans ce cas le sutra du Maha Karuna Dharani Sutra, mais n'est pas censé être traduit littéralement (même si nous le faisons ci-dessous). destiné à nous transformer à un niveau plus profond que ce qui peut être transmis avec des mots simples.

(Pour un reportage sur « Les nombreux visages du compatissant Avalokiteshvara », voir ici>>

Populaire en raison d'avantages incommensurables

Pourquoi est-il si populaire, à part des paroles intrinsèquement charmantes et une belle musicalité. D'une part, il est d'un bénéfice incommensurable pour tous les êtres sensibles. C'est le cœur même de la mission de compassion d'Avalokiteshvara. Les bénéfices immédiats, tels qu'enseignés dans les sutras et les commentaires, sont : la purification des karmas négatifs, la protection et la guérison.

L'incroyable Ani Choling chante le Grand Mantra de Compassion : chantez pour le bien de tous les êtres sensibles :

Outre ces avantages immédiats, il existe également des avantages uniques tels qu'enseignés dans le sutra, qui sont tout aussi incommensurables :

« Ceux qui récitent et détiennent le Mantra de la Grande Compassion (Da Bei Zhou) ne subiront aucune de ces 15 sortes de mauvaise mort et obtiendront les 15 sortes de bonne naissance suivantes :

  1. Ils rencontreront toujours de bons amis.
  2. Ils naîtront toujours dans un bon pays.
  3. Ils naîtront toujours au bon moment.
  4. Leur lieu de naissance aura toujours un bon roi.
  5. Leur famille sera gentille et harmonieuse.
  6. Leur cœur sera pur et plein en chemin.
  7. Ils ne violeront pas les préceptes prohibitifs.
  8. Les organes de leur corps seront toujours complets.
  9. Ils obtiendront tout ce qu'ils recherchent.
  10. Ils obtiendront toujours l'aide et le respect des autres.
  11. Leurs richesses ne seront pas pillées.
  12. Ils auront toujours les biens nécessaires et les richesses en abondance.
  13. À l'endroit où ils sont nés, ils verront le Bouddha et entendront le Dharma.
  14. Les dragons, les dieux et les bons esprits les protégeront toujours.
  15. Ils s'éveilleront à la signification profonde de ce Propre Dharma qu'ils entendent.

« Ceux qui chantent et tiennent le Grand Mantra de Compassion obtiendront ces 15 sortes de bonne naissance. Tous les gens et tous les dieux devraient constamment le chanter et le tenir, sans négligence. » – Grande Compassion Dharani Sutra.

Bouddha hebdomadaire bouddhisme guanyin

Belle Guanyin, le visage féminin de la compassion d'Avalokiteshvara.

Le soutra Maha Karuna Dharani

La source du mantra est le Maha Karuna Dharani Sutra. Le Bouddha Shakyamui était au mont Potala, quand Avalokiteshvara se leva de son siège, joignit ses paumes et dit :

« Bhagavan, j'ai un mantra du Grand Cœur compatissant Dharani et je souhaite maintenant le proclamer, pour réconforter et plaire à tous les êtres vivants ; pour guérir toute maladie; pour les êtres vivants d'atteindre une durée de vie supplémentaire ; pour que les êtres vivants s'enrichissent ; pour éteindre tous les mauvais karma et péchés graves ; pour se tenir à l'écart des obstacles et des catastrophes ; pour produire les mérites de tous les purs Dharmas ; pour faire mûrir toutes les racines vertueuses ; pour surmonter toutes les peurs ; pour accomplir tout le bien souhaité. Bhagavan, s'il vous plaît soyez miséricordieux et permettez-moi de parler »

(Sutra complet à la fin de cette fonctionnalité.)

Bouddha hebdomadaire avalokiteshvara visage de compassion guanyin chenrezig bouddhisme

Le visage merveilleusement paisible et aimant de Chenrezig – Guanyin – Avaolokiteshvara. Le simple fait de méditer sur le visage de la compassion apporte la paix. Sur la couronne de Chenrezig se trouve Amitabha, son père spirituel.

Différentes versions, langues et traductions

Il est le plus souvent chanté ou parlé dans le sanskrit original, plutôt que dans les traductions disponibles en anglais, thaï, vietnamien ou chinois.

Les traductions ont tendance à être destinées à ceux qui sont obligés de se plonger dans les « significations des mots », mais comme toujours avec les mantras, les significations des mots ne sont pas si importantes. Le Sankrit est une langue de syllabes saintes, où non seulement des mots sont formés, mais des sons sacrés qui ont des couches de sens. Pour cette raison, le Grand Dharani Mantra doit être chanté en sanskrit.

Ani Choling avec les moines en direct, chantant/chantant Great Compassion Mantra :

Pour référence, cependant, il existe différentes traductions et versions (courtes et longues).

Forme abrégée sanskrit

Namo Ratna Trayaya

Nama Arya Jyana

Sagara Vairochana

Byuhara Jaya Tathagataya

Arahate Samyaksam Buddhaya

Namah Sarwa Tathagate Bhyayh Arahatda Bhayh

Samyaksam Buddhe Bhayh

Namah Arya Awalokite

Shoraya Bohisatwaya

Mahasatwaya

Maha Karunikaya

Tatyata Om Dhara Dhara

Dhiri Dhiri

Dhuru Dhuru

Iti Wit Je Chalee Chalee

Purachale Purachale

Kusume Kusama Wa Re

Ili Mili Chiti

Jwala Mapanaya Soha

Grand Mantra de Compassion animé avec traduction en anglais :

Version plus longue (originale) sanskrit

Namo Ratna Trayaya.

Namah Arya Avalokitesvaraya

Bodhisattvaya Mahasattvaya Mahakarunikaya

Sarva Bandhana Chedana Karaya.

Sarva Bhava Samudram Sosana Karana.

Sarva Vyadhi Prasamana Karaya.

Sarva Mrtyu Upa-Drava Viansana Karana.

Sarva Bhaye Su Trana Karaya.

Tasmat Namas – Krtva Idam

Buddha Weekly Guanyin déesse compatissante Bouddhisme

Le visage aimable d'aimer Guanyin, l'aspect féminin d'Avalokiteshvara, déesse de la compassion.

Arya Avalokitesvara Bhastinam Nilakantha

Pi Nama Hrdayam Avarta Isyami

Sarvartha-sadhanam Subham Ajeyam

Sarva Bhutanam Bhava Marga Visuddhakam

Tadyatha, Om Aloke Aloka-mati Lokati Krante.

Il lièvre Arya Avalokitesvara

Maha bodhisattva , Il Bodhisattva , Il

Maha bodhisattva, Il Virya Bodhisattva

Il Mahakarunika Smara Hradayam.

Salut Salut, Hare Arya Avalokitesvara Mahesvara Parama

Maitra-Citta Mahakarunika.

Kuru Kuru Karman

Sadhaya Sadhaya Vidyam.

Ni Salut, Ni Salut Varnam Kamam-Game.

Vitta-Kama Vigama.

Siddha Yogesvara.

Dhuru Dhuru Viryanti, Maha Viryanti.

Dhara Dhara Dharendresvara.

Cala Cala Vimala Amala Murte

Arya Avalokitesvara Jina Krishna Jata-Makuta

Valam Ma Pra-Lamba Maha Siddha

Vidya dhara.Vara Vara Maha Vara.

Bala Bala Maha Bala.

Cala Cala Maha Cala

Krishna-Varna Nigha Krishna – Paksa Nirghatana.

Il Padma-Hasta Cara Cara Desa

Caresvara Krsna – Sarpa Krta Yajnopavita

Ehyehi Maha Varaha-Mukha, Tripura-Dahanesvara

Narayana Va Rupa Vara Marga Ari.

He Nilakantha, He Mahakara,

Hala hala Visa Nir-jita Lokasya.

Raga Visa Vinasana.

Dvesa Visa Vinasana.

Moha Visa Vinasana

Huru Huru Mala, Huru Huru Hare, Maha Padmanabha

Sara Sara , Sri Sri , Suru Suru ,

Bhu ruc Bhu ruc

Bouddhiya Bouddhiya , Boddhaya Boddhaya

Maitri Nilakantha Ehyehi Vama

Shitha Simha-Mukha Hasa Hasa,

Buddha Weekly Guanyin sur le bouddhisme dragon

La belle mère Guanyin est un aspect féminin d'Avalokiteshvara.

Munca Munca Mahattahasam Ehiyehi Pa

Maha Siddha Yogesvara

Bhana Bhana Vaco

Sadhaya Sadhaya Vidyam.

Smara Smaratam Bhagavantam Lokita

Vilokitam Lokesvaram Tathagatam Dadahi

Moi Drasana Kamasya Darsanam

Pra Hiadaya Mana Svaha.

Siddhaya Svaha.

Maha Siddhaya Svaha

Siddha Yogesvaraya Svaha

Nilakanthaya Svaha

Varaha-Mukhaya Svaha

Maha-dara Simha-Mukhaya Svaha

Siddha Vidyadharaya Svaha

Padma-Hastaya Svaha

Krishna-Sarpa Krta Yajnopavitaya Svaha

Maha Lakutadaharaya Svaha

Cakrayuddhaya Svaha

Sankha-Sabdani Bodhanaya Svaha

Vama Skandhadesa Shitha Krsnajinaya Svaha

Vyaghra-Carma Nivasanaya Svaha

Lokesvaraya Svaha

Sarva Siddhesvaraya Svaha

Namo Bhagavate Arya Avalokitesvaraya Bodhisattvaya

Maha Sattvaya Mahakarunikaya

Sidhyanthu Me Mantra-Padaya Svaha

Bouddha Mantra hebdomadaire du bouddhisme avalokiteshvara

Aspect à quatre bras de Chenrezig, seigneur de la compassion.

Mantra sanskrit :

Bouddha hebdomadaire Grande compassion mantra Bouddhisme

Traduction en anglais (voir l'avertissement concernant les traductions ci-dessus)

Bouddha hebdomadaire chenrezig avalokitesvara avec tara et amitabha bouddhisme

Chenrezig (Avalokiteshvara) est le Bouddha de la compassion.

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je connaître rapidement tous les Dharmas ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt obtenir l' Eyeil de Sagesse ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je transporter rapidement tous les êtres vivants (au

rive de la libération);

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt obtenir des moyens habiles vertueux (pour éclairer divers êtres vivants);

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je monter rapidement à bord du bateau Prajna (sagesse) ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt transcender l'océan de la souffrance ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je réaliser rapidement les préceptes, Samadhi et la Voie ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt gravir la montagne du Nirvana ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je habiter rapidement dans la maison de la non-action ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt m'unir au Corps Dharma-Nature.

Si je vais vers la montagne de couteaux, la montagne de couteaux se brise d'elle-même ;

Si je vais vers l'huile bouillante, l'huile bouillante se dessèche ;

Si je vais vers les enfers, les enfers d'eux-mêmes disparaissent ;

Si je vais vers les fantômes affamés, les fantômes affamés d'eux-mêmes deviennent pleins.

Si je vais vers les démons, leurs mauvaises pensées d'eux-mêmes sont apprivoisées.

Si je vais vers les animaux, ils atteignent eux-mêmes une grande sagesse.

Bouddha hebdomadaire avalokiteshvara statue bouddhisme chenrezig guanyin

Chenrezig ou Guanyin aux mille bras.

Traduction directe du grand mantra de compassion

Adoration au Tout-Puissant.

Adoration au noble Avalokitesvara, bodhisattva, le Grand Compatissant.

J'adore continuellement Celui qui chasse toutes les peurs,

O noble Avalokitesvara, à Toi adoration, la Nilakantha.

Je chanterai clairement le dharani du « cœur » pour le bien de tous les êtres, car il est pur et sert à tous les fins pour tous les êtres, car il purifie le chemin de l'existence de l'âme.

Par conséquent, Seigneur de Radiance, Celui qui transcende le monde.

Viens, viens, grand bodhisattva, descends, descends. Gardez à l'esprit mon cœur-dharani.

Faites, faites le travail dans nos âmes.

Tenez bon, oh Victor, oh Grand Victorieux.

Tiens bon, tiens bon, oh Seigneur du Dharani.

Bouge, bouge oh mon image immaculée, viens, viens.

Détruisez tous les poisons.

Vite, garde à l'esprit, vite, vite, descends, descends.

Être illuminé, ô être illuminé, éclaire-moi, éclaire-moi. Oh miséricordieux

Mon Seigneur, apparaît-moi. À Toi qui vois tout, Namo. Au Grand Seigneur, Namo. Au Grand Seigneur du Yoga, Namo. A mon seigneur, Namo. Aux Varaha*, Namo.

Adoration à la Triple Gemme. Adoration au noble bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Namo.

Chant traditionnel du Grand Mantra de Compassion :

STURA COMPLET CI-DESSOUS

Sutra Dharani de la Grande Compassion

(Maha Karuna Dharani Sutra)

Vaste, parfait du bodhisattva Avalokitesvara aux mille mains et aux mille yeux,

Dharani Sutra du cœur sans entrave et grand compatissant

(Tripitaka n°1060)

Ainsi j'ai entendu, une fois que le Bouddha Sakyamuni était au Mont Potalaka, dans le trésor orné

Lieu de passage dans le palais d'Avalokitesvara, assis sur un précieux Lion-Trône orné

dans la pureté avec d'innombrables Mani-bijoux multiples. Des centaines de précieux streamers et

des banderoles étaient accrochées tout autour.

A cette époque, le Tathagata, qui était assis sur son trône, avait l'intention d'expliquer un enseignement

du Dharani Total-Rétention, était avec d'innombrables Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas,

dont les noms sont : Dharani King Bodhisattva, Treasure King Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-

Raja (Roi de la Médecine) Bodhisattva, Bhaisajya-Samudgata (Médecine Supérieur) Bodhisattva,

Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Bodhisattva Maha-stamaprapta (Grande Force),

Bodhisattva Avatamsaka, Grand Bodhisattva Sublime, Bodhisattva Précieux Dépôts,

Bodhisattva magasin de vertu, Bodhisattva Vajragarbha, Akasagarbha (magasin de l'espace)

Bodhisattva, Bodhisattva Maitreya, Bodhisattva Samantabhadra (Bonté Universelle),

Bodhisattva Manjusri, et ainsi de suite. De tels Bodhisattva-Mahasattvas sont tous de grands Dharma-

Princes qui avaient été habilités par leurs couronnes (Abhiseka).

Le Bouddha était également accompagné d'innombrables grands auditeurs (Sravakas), tous

pratiquaient la dixième étape d'Arhat, dirigée par Maha-Kasyapa;

Il était également avec d'innombrables dieux de Brahma-Ciel, dirigés par Sinza-Brahma;

Aussi avec Lui se trouvaient d'innombrables dieux des cieux du royaume du désir, dirigés par

Gopaka-Dieu ;

Aussi avec Lui se trouvaient d'innombrables dieux à quatre gardiens, dirigés par Dhritarastra ;

Aussi avec Lui se trouvaient d'innombrables dieux, dragons, Yakshas, ​​Gandharvas, Asuras,

Garudas, Kinnaras, Mahoragas, êtres humains, Amanusyas, dirigés par Heavenly Vertu

grand roi dragon;

Aussi avec Lui se trouvaient d'innombrables déesses des cieux du royaume du désir, dirigées

par les déesses Virginal Eye;

Aussi avec Lui se trouvaient d'innombrables Sunyatas (Dieux des espaces), dieux des fleuves et

océans, dieux des fontaines et des sources, dieux des ruisseaux et des étangs, dieux des herbes, dieux des

forêt, dieux des maisons, dieux de l'eau, dieux du feu, dieux de la terre, dieux du vent, dieux de

le sol, les dieux des montagnes, les dieux des rochers, les dieux des palais, etc.

Ils sont tous venus et se sont rassemblés dans la congrégation.

A ce moment-là dans la congrégation, le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara a secrètement émis son

lumière sacro-sainte, là-dessus, les mondes dans les dix directions, avec ces trois mille-

système des grands mille mondes, ont tous été illuminés et sont devenus dorés.

Les palais célestes, les palais des dragons et les palais de tous les dieux ont tous été ébranlés. Rivières,

océans, montagnes de l'anneau de fer (Cakravada-parvata), montagnes de Sumeru, montagnes de la terre,

et les montagnes noires furent également ébranlées. La lumière des soleils, des lunes, des perles, du feu et

les constellations ont toutes disparu.

Témoin de cette scène rare, le roi Dharani Bodhisattva a été plus surpris que jamais

avant, alors il se leva de son siège, joignit ses paumes et demanda au Bouddha avec un

Gatha (verset):

« Qui a réalisé l'éveil correct aujourd'hui,

émettant une telle lumière brillante universellement?

Les mondes des dix directions sont tous dorés,

il en va de même pour ces trois mille-grand-mille mondes.

Qui a atteint la liberté ultime aujourd'hui,

manifester le rare grand pouvoir sacré ?

D'innombrables bouddhas-mondes sont ébranlés,

il en va de même des palais des dragons et des dieux.

Maintenant, toute la congrégation se demande,

ne sachant pas à qui le pouvoir les a provoqués.

Est-il un bouddha, un bodhisattva ou un grand auditeur de la voix,

ou un brahmane, un démon, un dieu céleste ou Sakra ?

Nous prions pour la grande compassion de Bhagavan (Honoré du monde),

pour nous dire la source de ce grand pouvoir surnaturel.

Le Bouddha a dit au roi Dharani Bodhisattva : « Homme vertueux, vous devez tous savoir qu'en

cette congrégation il y a un Bodhisattva-Mahasattva nommé Avalokitesvara, le

Un sans restriction. Il avait atteint la Grande Bonté et la Grande Compassion depuis

d'innombrables Kalpas auparavant, et il excelle dans la pratique d'innombrables Dharani-Gates. En ordre

pour réconforter et plaire à tous les êtres vivants, il émet secrètement un si grand pouvoir sacro-saint.

Après que le Bouddha eut dit cela, le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara se leva de son siège, rangea son

vêtements, joignit ses paumes vers le Bouddha et dit :

« Bhagavan, j'ai un mantra de Dharani de Grand Cœur Compatissant et je souhaite maintenant

proclamez-le, pour réconforter et plaire à tous les êtres vivants; pour guérir toute maladie; pour vivre

êtres pour atteindre une durée de vie supplémentaire; pour que les êtres vivants s'enrichissent ; pour éteindre tout

le mauvais karma et les péchés graves ; pour se tenir à l'écart des obstacles et des catastrophes ; pour

produire les mérites de tous les Dharmas Blancs (purs); pour faire mûrir toutes les racines vertueuses ; pour

surmonter toutes les peurs; pour exaucer tous les vœux. Bhagavan, s'il vous plaît soyez miséricordieux et permettez

moi de parler.

Le Bouddha dit : « Homme vertueux, tu as une grande bonté et une grande compassion, afin

pour réconforter et plaire à tous les êtres vivants, vous souhaitez prononcer le saint mantra, c'est le bon

temps maintenant, s'il vous plaît, parlez-le bientôt, le Tathagata l'approuve et s'en réjouit, ainsi que tous

Bouddhas.

Le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara dit alors au Bouddha : « Bhagavan, je me souviens que

il y a d'innombrables milliards de kalpas, un Bouddha, dont le nom était le roi des mille rayons

Stillness Ainsi Come One, est apparu dans le monde. À cause de sa miséricorde et de sa vigilance

envers moi et tous les êtres vivants, ce Bouddha, l'Honoré du monde a parlé de ce vaste,

Parfait, sans entrave, grand cœur compatissant Dharani, a frotté ma couronne avec son

main d'or et dit: "Homme vertueux, tu devrais tenir ce mantra du cœur pour donner de grands

bénéfice et bonheur à tous les êtres vivants dans le futur âge mauvais.’ À ce moment-là, j'étais juste à

le premier Bhumi (stade du Bodhisattva), juste après avoir entendu ce mantra, j'ai dépassé le huitième

Bhumi. À ce moment-là, comme mon cœur était joyeux, j'ai fait le vœu : « Si je peux donner du bien et

bonheur à tous les êtres vivants à l'avenir, laissez-moi avoir mille mains et une

mille yeux immédiatement.’ Immédiatement après le vœu, j'ai eu pleinement mille mains et

mille yeux sur mon corps, donc, les terres des mondes des dix directions

tremblé de six manières, des milliers de bouddhas des dix directions ont émis leur lumière vers mon

corps et mondes illimités illuminés des dix directions. A partir de là, de

d'innombrables bouddhas et congrégations, j'ai maintes fois entendu, accepté et tenu cette

Dharani, et les joies ont également été soulevées à plusieurs reprises de mon cœur, et m'ont fait grandement

enthousiaste. Par conséquent, j'ai transcendé les naissances et les morts imperceptibles d'innombrables

des milliards de kalpas. Depuis lors, j'ai toujours récité et tenu ce mantra, et

ne l'ai jamais oublié. À cause de la tenue de ce mantra, je suis toujours né par miraculeux

création (nirmana) de lotus devant des bouddhas, et ne sont jamais nés d'aucun

utérus."

« S'il y a des moines (Bhikshus), des nonnes (Bhikshunis), des laïcs (Upasakas),

laïques (Upasikas), jeunes et jeunes filles pures qui souhaitent réciter et tenir (continuer à réciter)

ce mantra, ils devraient d'abord éveiller leur grand cœur miséricordieux et compatissant pour tous

êtres vivants, et suivez-moi en faisant ces vœux :

(* La prononciation de "Namo" est (na:mo:) dans les symboles phonétiques internationaux)

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je connaître rapidement tous les Dharmas ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt obtenir l' Eyeil de Sagesse ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je transporter rapidement tous les êtres vivants (au

rive de la libération);

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt obtenir des moyens habiles vertueux (pour

éclairer divers êtres vivants) ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je monter rapidement à bord du bateau Prajna ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt transcender l'océan de la souffrance ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je accomplir rapidement les préceptes, Samadhi et

le chemin;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt gravir la montagne du Nirvana ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puis-je habiter rapidement dans la maison de l'inaction ;

Namo grand compatissant Avalokitesvara, Puissé-je bientôt m'unir avec le Dharma-Nature

Corps.

Si je vais vers la montagne de couteaux, la montagne de couteaux se brise d'elle-même ;

Si je vais vers l'huile bouillante, l'huile bouillante se dessèche ;

Si je vais vers les enfers, les enfers d'eux-mêmes disparaissent ;

Si je vais vers les fantômes affamés, les fantômes affamés d'eux-mêmes deviennent pleins.

Si je vais vers les Asuras, leurs mauvaises pensées d'eux-mêmes sont apprivoisées.

Si je vais vers les animaux, ils atteignent eux-mêmes une grande sagesse.

« Après avoir fait ces vœux, récitez mon nom (Namo Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva) avec le

cœur sincère et profond, récite aussi avec détermination le nom de mon professeur — Amitabha

Tathagata (Namo Amitabha), puis récitez ce mantra, 5 fois ou plus par jour, pour éliminer

du corps les graves péchés des naissances et des morts accumulés dans des centaines de

des milliers de milliards de kalpas.

Le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara dit alors au Bouddha : « Bhagavan, si les humains ou les dieux récitent

et retenez les phrases de la Grande Compassion Dharani, quand ils sont sur le point de mourir, tous

les bouddhas des dix directions viendront les recevoir de leurs mains, et ils

renaîtront dans n'importe quel monde de bouddha selon leurs souhaits.

Le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara continua à dire au Bouddha : « Bhagavan, si quelqu'un

être vivant qui récite et détient le saint mantra de la Grande Compassion tombe dans les trois

mauvais chemins, je jure de ne pas atteindre l'éveil correct.

Un être vivant qui récite et détient le saint mantra de la Grande Compassion ne devrait-il pas

renaître dans n'importe quel monde de bouddha, je fais le vœu de ne pas atteindre l'éveil correct.

Un être vivant qui récite et détient le saint mantra de la Grande Compassion ne devrait-il pas

obtenir des Samadhis et une éloquence illimités, je fais le vœu de ne pas atteindre l'Éveil Correct.

Un être vivant qui récite et détient le saint mantra de la Grande Compassion ne devrait-il pas

obtenir tout ce qu'il cherche dans sa vie présente, alors il ne peut pas être appelé le Dharani de la

Grand Cœur Compatissant, à moins qu'il ne soit utilisé par ceux qui ne sont pas vertueux ou non

complètement sincère.

Si une femme n'aime pas son corps féminin et souhaite devenir un homme, si elle récite le

phrases de la Grande Compassion Dharani mais ne peut pas changer d'une femme à un homme, je

vœu de ne pas atteindre l'éveil correct. Cependant, si elle suscite le moindre

doute, son vœu ne sera pas exaucé.

Si un être vivant usurpe les boissons, les aliments ou les possessions des Sanghas (groupe de moines),

même si mille bouddhas apparaissent dans le monde, il n'arrivera pas à se repentir et

réforme. Même s'il se repent, ses péchés ne seront pas éliminés. Mais maintenant, en récitant ce Grand

Compassion saint mantra, ses péchés seront éliminés. Si quelqu'un usurpe, mange ou utilise le

boissons, nourritures ou possessions de Sanghas, il doit se repentir auprès des enseignants des dix directions

pour éliminer ses péchés. Maintenant, quand il renoue avec cette Grande Compassion Dharani, les enseignants de

les dix directions viendront en témoigner, et alors tous ses péchés et obstacles importants

sera éliminé.

Tous les mauvais karma et péchés graves tels que les dix mauvaises actions, les cinq péchés rebelles,

calomnier les gens, calomnier les Dharmas, briser les préceptes d'abstinence (*), briser

autres préceptes, détruire les stupas (tours sacrées), détruire les temples, voler les propriétés de

Les sanghas et les pratiques de profanation de Brahma (pures) peuvent être complètement éliminés (en récitant

ce Dharani), sauf ceci : si l'on a des doutes sur ce Dharani, alors même ses petits péchés

et le karma léger ne peut pas être éliminé, sans parler des péchés graves. Bien que le

les péchés graves ne disparaissent pas immédiatement, la récitation peut encore être la cause de Bodhi dans

l'avenir."

Le Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara continua à dire au Bouddha :

« Les gens et les dieux qui récitent et détiennent le Grand Cœur Compatissant Dharani obtiendront

quinze sortes de bonne naissance et ne subira pas quinze sortes de mauvaise mort. Les mauvaises morts

sont:

  1. Ils ne mourront pas de faim ou de pauvreté ;
  2. Ils ne mourront pas d'avoir été attachés, emprisonnés, battus ou battus d'une autre manière ;
  3. Ils ne mourront pas aux mains d'ennemis hostiles ;
  4. Ils ne seront pas tués dans une bataille militaire ;
  5. Ils ne seront pas tués par des tigres, des loups ou d'autres bêtes féroces ;
  6. Ils ne mourront pas du venin de serpents venimeux, de serpents noirs ou de scorpions ;
  7. Ils ne se noieront pas et ne seront pas brûlés vifs ;
  8. Ils ne seront pas empoisonnés à mort ;
  9. Ils ne seront pas tués par des insectes médiumniques ;
  10. Ils ne mourront pas de folie ou de folie ;
  11. Ils ne seront pas tués par des glissements de terrain ou des chutes d'arbres ;
  12. Ils ne mourront pas de cauchemars envoyés par des gens méchants ;
  13. Ils ne seront pas tués par des esprits déviants ou des fantômes maléfiques ;
  14. Ils ne mourront pas de mauvaises maladies qui lient le corps ;
  15. Ils ne se suicideront pas ;

Ceux qui récitent et détiennent le Grand Mantra Saint de la Compassion ne souffriront d'aucune des

ces quinze sortes de mauvaise mort et obtiendra les quinze sortes de bonne naissance suivantes :

  1. Leur lieu de naissance aura toujours un bon roi ;
  2. Ils naîtront toujours dans un bon pays ;
  3. Ils naîtront toujours au bon moment ;
  4. Ils rencontreront toujours des amis vertueux ;
  5. Les organes de leur corps seront toujours complets ;
  6. Their hearts of Way(Bodhi) will be pure and mature;
  7. They will not violate the prohibitive precepts;
  8. All their relatives will be kind and harmonious;
  9. They will always have the necessary wealth and goods in abundance;
  10. They will always obtain the respect and help of others;
  11. Their possessions will not be plundered;
  12. They will obtain everything they seek;
  13. Dragons, gods, and good spirits will always protect them;
  14. In the place where they are born they will see the Buddha and hear the Dharma;
  15. They will awaken to the profound meaning of that Proper Dharma which they hear.

Those who recite and hold the Great Compassionate Heart Dharani will obtain these

fifteen kinds of good birth. All gods and people should constantly recite and hold it

without laziness.”

After saying that, Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva joined his palms and stood upright in front

of the congregation, aroused his great compassionate heart for all living beings, smiled and

in this way spoke the Sacrosanct Wonderful Phrases of the Vast, Perfect, Unimpeded,

Great Compassionate Heart Great Dharani. The Dharani is:

Namo Ratna Trayaya.

Namah Arya Avalokitesvaraya

Bodhisattvaya Mahasattvaya Mahakarunikaya

Sarva Bandhana Chedana Karaya .

Sarva Bhava Samudram Sosana Karana.

Sarva Vyadhi Prasamana Karaya.

Sarva Mrtyu Upa-Drava Viansana Karana .

Sarva Bhaye Su Trana Karaya.

Tasmat Namas – Krtva Idam

Arya Avalokitesvara Bhastinam Nilakantha

Pi Nama Hrdayam Avarta Isyami

Sarvartha-sadhanam Subham Ajeyam

Sarva Bhutanam Bhava Marga Visuddhakam

Tadyatha, Om Aloke Aloka-mati Lokati Krante.

He Hare Arya Avalokitesvara

Maha bodhisattva , He Boddhisattva , He

Maha bodhisattva , He Virya Bodhisattva

He Mahakarunika Smara Hradayam.

Hi Hi , Hare Arya Avalokitesvara Mahesvara Parama

Maitra-Citta Mahakarunika.

Kuru Kuru Karman

Sadhaya Sadhaya Vidyam.

Ni Hi , Ni Hi Varnam Kamam-Game .

Vitta-Kama Vigama.

Siddha Yogesvara .

Dhuru Dhuru Viryanti, Maha Viryanti .

Dhara Dhara Dharendresvara.

Cala Cala Vimala Amala Murte

Arya Avalokitesvara Jina Krsna Jata-Makuta

Valam Ma Pra-Lamba Maha Siddha

Vidya dhara.Vara Vara Maha Vara .

Bala Bala Maha Bala.

Cala Cala Maha Cala

Krsna-Varna Nigha Krsna – Paksa Nirghatana.

He Padma-Hasta Cara Cara Desa

Caresvara Krsna –Sarpa Krta Yajnopavita

Ehyehi Maha Varaha-Mukha,Tripura-Dahanesvara

Narayana Va Rupa Vara Marga Ari .

He Nilakantha , He Mahakara ,

Hala hala Visa Nir-jita Lokasya.

Raga Visa Vinasana.

Dvesa Visa Vinasana.

Moha Visa Vinasana

Huru Huru Mala, Huru Huru Hare, Maha Padmanabha

Sara Sara , Sri Sri , Suru Suru ,

Bhu ruc Bhu ruc

Buddhiya Buddhiya , Boddhaya Boddhaya

Maitri Nilakantha Ehyehi Vama

Shitha Simha-Mukha Hasa Hasa,

Munca Munca Mahattahasam Ehiyehi Pa

Maha Siddha Yogesvara

Bhana Bhana Vaco

Sadhaya Sadhaya Vidyam.

Smara Smaratam Bhagavantam Lokita

Vilokitam Lokesvaram Tathagatam Dadahi

Me Drasana Kamasya Darsanam

Pra-Hiadaya Mana Svaha.

Siddhaya Svaha.

Maha Siddhaya Svaha

Siddha Yogesvaraya Svaha

Nilakanthaya Svaha

Varaha-Mukhaya Svaha

Maha-dara Simha-Mukhaya Svaha

Siddha Vidyadharaya Svaha

Padma-Hastaya Svaha

Krsna-Sarpa Krta Yajnopavitaya Svaha

Maha Lakutadaharaya Svaha

Cakrayuddhaya Svaha

Sankha-Sabdani Bodhanaya Svaha

Vama Skandhadesa Shitha Krsnajinaya Svaha

Vyaghra-Carma Nivasanaya Svaha

Lokesvaraya Svaha

Sarva Siddhesvaraya Svaha

Namo Bhagavate Arya Avalokitesvaraya Bodhisattvaya

Maha Sattvaya Mahakarunikaya

Sidhyanthu Me Mantra-Padaya Svaha

Buddha Weekly 1000 armed chenrezig avalokiteshvara guanyin Buddhism

A thousand arms of compassion. The 84 aspects of Avalokiteshvara’s compassion is celebrated in the great Dharani, including the thousand-armed Chenrezig aspect — a 1000-arms of compassion reaching out to benefit all sentient beings.

When Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva finished speaking this mantra, the earth shook in six

ways. The heavens rained down precious flowers, which fell in colorful profusion. All the

Buddhas of the ten directions were delighted, while the heavenly demons and Exteriorpaths

practitioners were so frightened that their hair stood on end. Everyone in the

congregation achieved different fruitions, including the fruitions of stream-enterer (srotaapanna),

once-returner (sakrd-agamin), non-returner (Anagamin), and Arhat; others

achieved the first Bhumi(stage of Bodhisattva), the second Bhumi, the third, fourth, fifth

…… up to the tenth Bhumi. Innumerable living beings aroused the Bodhi-Heart (The

resolve to save all living beings and help them to achieve the Correct Awakening).

Then the great Brahma heavenly king arose from his seat, tidied up his clothes, joined his

palms respectfully, and said to Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva: “How virtuous, Mahasattva!

I had attended innumerable Buddha-Congregations and heard myriads of Dharmas and

Dharanis, but never before had I heard such Sacrosanct Wonderful Phrases of the

Unimpeded Great Compassionate Heart’s Great Compassion Dharani. Mahasattva,

please tell us the feature and characteristics of this Dharani, all of us will be pleased to

know that.”

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva told the Brahma king: “For the convenience of benefiting all

living beings, you have asked me this question. Now you listen carefully, and I will tell

you in brief.”

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva said: “It is the great merciful and compassionate heart, the

impartial heart, the motionless heart, the unpolluted and unattached heart, the emptinessobserving

heart, the respectful heart, the humble heart, the uncluttered heart, the non-view

and non-grasping heart, and the uppermost Bodhi-Heart. You should know that such

hearts are the feature and characteristics of this Dharani, you should practice according to

them.”

Then the great Brahma king said: “We now know the feature and characteristics of this

Dharani, from now on, we will recite and hold it and will never dare to forget or loss it.”

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva said: “If any virtuous men or virtuous women, who recite and

hold this holy Dharani, can arouse the vast Bodhi-Heart that vow to ferry all living beings

to the shore of liberation, keep the Abstinent-precepts(*) bodily, arouse the heart of

equality towards all living beings, keep reciting this Dharani without interruption, reside

in a clean room, wash themselves clean, wear clean clothes, hang up streamers and light up

lamps, make offerings with fragrances, flowers, vegetable foods of hundreds of tastes,

make their hearts stay still at one place, do not think about others, and recite and hold this

Dharani according to the Dharma, then, Sunlight Bodhisattva, Moonlight Bodhisattva and

innumerable gods and immortals will come to bear witness and enhance the efficacy of

their recitation.”

“At that time, I will illuminate them with a thousand eyes, and protect and support them

with a thousand hands. From then on, they will be able to master all worldly literature,

and will perfectly understand all Exterior-paths’ theories and sorceries, as well as the Veda

Scriptures.”

“One who recites and holds this holy mantra can heal all the 84000 kinds of diseases of

the world, without exception. He also can command all ghosts and spirits, vanquish

heavenly demons, and tame all Exterior-paths practitioners.”

“If one is reading Sutras or practicing Dhyana (Zen) in a mountain or a wild field, and

some mountain-spirits, various ghosts, demons, monsters or Devas come to disturb and

make him unable to concentrate, recite this mantra once, then all those ghosts and spirits

will be tied up.”

“If one can recites this Mantra in accord with Dharma and arouse merciful and

compassionate heart towards all living beings, I will then command all virtuous gods,

dragon kings, and Vajra Secret-Traces Divinities to always follow and guard him, never

leaving his side, guarding him as their own eyes and lives.”

Then Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva said the Gatha:

“I command the Vajra Secret-Traces Knights: Ucchusma, Kundalin, Ankusa, and the eight

clans’ powerful knight Shankara,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Mahesvaras, Narayana, Kumbhiraba and Kapila,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Pajis, Sahassakkhas, perfect-virtuous chebuds and Kimnaras,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Sajamahoras, Kumbhandas, Katabhutanas, and Banjras,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Bhipagara kings, and morality Vitasaharas,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Brahma king Sambra, the five clans of pure-abode heavens and Yamarajas,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Sakra Devanam indra, the Lord of the thirty-three heavens, Sarasvatis, and

Vardhanas,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Dhritarastra king, Haritis, goddess and great strength gods,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Virudhaka king, Virupaksa king and Vaisravana king,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command the Golden Peacock King, and the twenty-eight clans of great immortals,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Manibhadra, and Pancika-imperator Phalava,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command Nanda, Upandanda, and the Sagara dragon-king Ibhra,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command the Asuras, Gandharvas, Karunas, Kimnaras, and Mahoragas,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

I command the gods of water, fire, thunder, lightning, Kumbhanda king and Pisacas,

to guard the Mantra-holders constantly;

“Those virtuous gods, dragon-kings and goddess, each along with 500 retinues of greatstrength

Yaksas, will always follow and guard the holders of the Great Compassion Holy

Mantra. If the Mantra-holder dwells and sleeps alone in an uninhabited mountain or

wilderness, those virtuous gods will guard him by turns to eliminate misfortunes. If the

Mantra-holder loses his way deep in the mountain, because of reciting this Mantra, the

virtuous gods and dragon-kings will transform themselves into virtuous people and tell

him the correct way. If the Mantra-holder lacks water or requires fire in a mountain,

forest, or wilderness, the dragon-kings will protect him by miraculously creating water

and fire for him.”

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva then said a misfortune-eliminating and refreshingly cool

Gatha(verse):

“When walking in wilderness, mountain or marsh,

if encountering tigers, wolves, or other fierce beasts,

or snakes, spirits, demons, monsters, ghosts,

they will be unable to harm the Mantra-holder when they hear this Mantra;

When voyaging on river or sea,

poisoned dragons, flood dragons and Makaras,

Yaksas, Rakshas, fishes, and soft-shelled turtles,

will dodge when they hear this Mantra;

If besieged by battle arrays or robbers,

or being robbed by villains,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

those villains will show mercy and go back;

If one is imprisoned by government official,

jailed, chained and locked,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

the officer will show mercy and set him free;

If entered a house of a poisonous insects raising family in a wild way,

the family purpose to venom with drinks, foods or medicines,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

the poison will turn to nectar;

When a woman is giving birth to a child,

evil demons comes to obstruct the birth and causing suffering and oppressive pain,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

the demons will disperse, leaving a safe and comfortable birth;

If evil dragons or pestilence ghosts spread poison,

people are infected by pyrexia and about to die,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

diseases will be healed and lives of people will be lengthen;

If evil dragons or ghosts spread the tumescent diseases,

people suffer from carbuncles, sore, abscess, ulcer and bleeding,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

then spit three times to the abscesses and it will be cured.

If there are muddled and wicked living beings who aroused immoral minds,

causing hatred by sending nightmares, ghosts and curses to you,

recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

then the hexes and evil spells will return to its original senders.

When Dharma is about to disappear,

the world is evil, feculent and disordered,

poeple’s sexual desire are like raging fire,

their hearts are deluded and they confuse right and wrong.

They have adulteries behind their spouses,

and think of lust days and nights ceaselessly.

If they can recite the Great Compassion Dharani sincerely,

the fire of sexual desire will quench and the evil minds will extinguish.

If I glorify the effect and power of this Mantra in detail,

even one kalpa is not enough for the glorification.”

Then Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva told the Brahmas: “Recite this Mantra 5 times, use

threads of 5 colors to tie knots, then recite the Dharani 21 times, tie 21 knots, wear it on

neck. This Mantra has been spoken by previous 9.9 billions Ganges-river-sands Buddhas.

Those Buddhas spoke this Mantra for the practitioners who practice the six Perfections

(Paramita) but have not yet fulfilled them, to make them succeed quickly;

For those who have not yet aroused Bodhi-Heart, to make them arouse their Bodhi-Heart

quickly;

For Sravakas who have not yet achieved fruitions, to make them achieve fruitions quickly;

For all gods and supernatural persons in the three-thousand-great-thousand worlds, who

have not yet aroused the unsurpassed Bodhi-Heart, to make them arouse the Bodhi-Heart

quickly;

For all living beings who have not yet gained the root of faith in Mahayana, with the

mighty holy power of this Dharani, their seeds of Mahayana and Dharma-buds will grow

quickly; with the power of my expedients, mercy and compassion, all of their needs will

be supplied.

For those living beings of the three evil paths, who live in the gloomy regions of the threethousand-

great-thousand worlds, when they hear this Mantra, they will all be free from

suffering;

For Bodhisattvas who have not yet achieved the first Bhumi, to make them achieve

quickly, and make them achieve even up to the tenth Bhumi, and even up to the

Buddhahood, with the thirty-two marks and the eighty minor marks achieved naturally.

If a Voice-Hearer (Sravaka) once hears this Dharani pass by his ears, if he practices and

writes this Dharani, and if he settles down with straightforward heart in accord with

Dharma, then he will naturally achieve the four Sramana-fruits even if he does not seek for

the fruitions.

Suppose all the mountains, rivers, cliffs, and oceans in the three-thousand-great-thousand

worlds can be boiled; the Sumeru mountains and Cakravada-parvata mountains can be

shaken, and grinded to dust, all living beings of that magnitude will arouse the

unsurpassed Bodhi-Hearts (by the power of this Dharani).

If anyone prays for any wish in his present life, he should keep the Abstinentprecepts(*)

and keep reciting this Dharani for 21 days, then his wishes will certainly be

fulfilled. From the verge of the previous birth-and-death to the verge of the next birth-anddeath,

all his evil karmas will be cleaned up. In the three-thousand-great-thousand worlds,

all the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Brahmas, Sakra Devanam-Indra (heavenly lord), the four

guardian gods, divinities, immortals, and dragon-kings, will bear witness.”

“If a human or heavenly being, who recites and holds this Dharani, baths in a river or a

sea, the nearby living beings wet by his bath-water will have all their weighty sins cleaned

and be reborn in pure-lands of other directions. They will be born through miraculous

creation from lotuses, and will not undergo birth from wombs, moistures, or eggs. How

much more so, for those who recite and hold this Dharani themselves!”

“If one who recites and holds this Dharani is walking, a wind blows his hair and clothes,

then the living beings blown by the wind that previously touched the Mantra-holder will

have all their heavy obstructions and evil karmas cleansed, will not continue to suffer

from karmas of the three evil paths, and often be born in front of Buddhas. It should be

known that the Mantra-holder’s blessings, virtues, and fruit-repayments will be

unimaginable.”

“If the Mantra-holder says anything, no matter good or bad, it sounds like pure Dharmasound

to all heavenly demons, Exterior-paths practitioners, gods, dragons, ghosts, and

spirits, thus they will respect the Mantra-holder as if he were a Buddha.”

“As to one who recites and holds this Dharani, we should know that he is a store of

Buddha-bodies, because he is cherished by 9.9 billions Ganges-river-sands Buddhas;

We should know that he is a brilliant light store, because he is illuminated by the light of

all Tathagatas;

We should know that he is a store of mercies and compassions, because he constantly

saves living beings with this Dharani;

We should know that he is a wonderful-Dharmas store, because this Dharani includes all

Dharani-Gates;

We should know that the he is a store of Dhyana and Samadhi, because hundreds of

thousands of Samadhis often appear in front of him;

We should know that the he is an Empty Spaces store, because he constantly observes

living beings with wisdom of emptiness;

We should know that the he is a store of intrepidities, because he is constantly guarded

by dragons, gods, and virtuous gods;

We should know that the he is a Wonderful Language store, because the Dharani-Sound

come from his mouth is uninterrupted;

We should know that the he is an Eternally-Abiding store, because the three-disasters and

evil-kalpas cannot harm him;

We should know that the he is a Liberation store, because heavenly demons and Exteriorpaths

practitioners cannot detain him;

We should know that the he is a Medicine-King store, because he constantly heals living

beings with this Dharani;

We should know that the he is a supernatural power store, because he can freely travel

round the Buddha-Worlds.

The glorifications for the merits and virtues of the Mantra-holder are endless.”

“Virtuous men, if one tires of the sufferings of the world and seeks for happiness of long

life, he should settle down in an unoccupied and clean place, make a pure Secure

Boundary, recite this Dharani towards his clothing, water, foods, fragrances, or medicines

for 108 times and then use them, then he will certainly gain a long life. If he can make a

Secure Boundary, accept and hold the Dharani in accord with Dharma, then all things will

be achievable.”

“The method of making a Secure Boundary is:

Recite the Dharani 21 times towards a knife, and then countermark the ground with the

knife to make a boundary;

or recite the Dharani 21 times towards some clean water, and then sprinkle it around as

the boundary;

or recite the Dharani 21 times towards some white mustard seeds, and then scatter them

around to mark a boundary,;

or make a boundary by mental visualisation;

or recite the Dharani 21 times towards some clean ashes(of Incense) and use them to mark

a boundary;

or recite the Dharani 21 times towards a five-colored thread and then make a closed circle

on the ground with the threads as a boundary.

All of these will do.

If one can accept and hold the Dharani in accord with the Dharma, he will achieve the fruit

naturally.”

“If anyone just hears the name of this Dharani, his weighty sins of births and deaths of

countless kalpas will be eliminated, how much more so, of those who recite and hold this

Mantra themselves! If anyone can know and recite this holy Mantra, we should know

that he has already offered and sustained innumerable Buddhas and have widely planted

his virtuous roots. If he can recite and hold the Dharani in accord with Dharma to relieve

all living beings from sufferings, we should know that he is the one with the great

compassionate heart, and will become a Buddha soon.”

“If he recites the Dharani for all living beings that he sees, make them hear the Dharani and

make it become a cause of their achievement of Bodhi, then, his merits and virtues are

immeasurable, boundless, and cannot be praised completely.”

“If he can, with pure sincerity, apply his heart to keep the Abstinent-precepts, repent the

previous sins on behalf of all living beings, also repent his own various sins accumulated

in countless past kalpas, keep reciting this Dharani and never allow the sound of

recitation to be interrupted, then he will achieve the four Sramana-fruits in his present life;

if he has excellent talent for Dharma (literally: sharp root) and masters the skillful means

of Wisdom-Observing, then achieving the fruits of ten Bhumis is not difficult for him, not

to mention those small worldly blessings. All his wishes will be fulfilled.”

“If he wishes to command ghosts, he should find a skull in the wild, wash it clean, set up

a Mandala(altar) in front of a statue of Thousand-Handed and Thousand-Eyed

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, and make offerings of multifarious fragrances, flowers,

drinks, and vegetable foods. Do this day after day, then 7 days later, the ghost will appear

and obey his orders.”

“If he wish to command the four guardian gods, he should recite towards a sandalwood

and burn it, then he will achieve the goal – because the power of the Bodhisattva’s great

compassionate vows are deep and weighty, and the power of this holy Dharani is mighty

and vast.”

The Buddha told Ananda: “When there are catastrophes in a country, if the king of the

country can manage state affairs according to correct laws, be liberal toward people and

animals, not to do anybody an injustice, absolve people from blames, and for 7 days and

7 nights, keep both his body and his mind sincere and diligent, and in this way recite and

hold this Great Compassionate Heart Dharani Holy Mantra, then all the catastrophes of

his country will disappear, the five kinds of crops will be abundant and his people will

live in peace and happiness.”

“If a country is being frequently invaded by enemies from other countries, people are

unsafe and ministers are traitorous, pestilences are spreading everywhere, the rains and

the droughts are unbalanced and unseasonable, or even the sun and the moon lost their

accuracy, when such disasters come, the people should make a statue of Thousand

Handed and Thousand-Eyed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva and set it facing the west, make

offerings to it sincerely with fragrances, flowers, streamers, precious canopies, or

vegetable foods and drinks of hundreds of tastes, and, for 7 days and 7 nights, if the king

of the country can keep both his body and mind sincere and diligent, and in this way

recite and hold the Sacrosanct Wonderful Phrases of this Dharani, then the foreign

enemies will be tamed of themselves, they will return to their own countries and make no

further disturbance. These countries will be in communication and will have friendly

relations, the princes and officers will be loyal, the queen, the prince’s wife, and the maids

will also be loyal to the king. Dragons, ghosts and spirits will protect this country, the

rains will be seasonal, the fruits will be abundant, and the people will be happy.”

“If anyone in a family gets a serious evil disease, or if hundreds of monsters appear, or if

ghosts, spirits, and demons deplete and demolish the family; or if some villains malign the

family and plot to harm them; or if the members of the family are disharmonious, they

should set up a Mandala(altar) in front of a statue of Thousand-Handed and Thousand-

Eyed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the name of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva with

their deep-felt sincere heart, and then recite this Dharani fully 1000 times, then all those

misfortunes will disappear, the family will be peaceful forever.”

Ananda asked the Buddha: “Bhagavan, what is the name of this Mantra? How should we

accept and hold it?”

The Buddha told Ananda: “This holy Mantra has many names, one of them is Vast,

Great, Perfect, another is Unimpeded Great Compassion, another is Relieving Sufferings

Dharani, another is Lengthening Life Dharani, another is Extinguishing Evil Destinies

Dharani, another is Breaking Evil Karma Hindrances Dharani, another is Wish-Fulfilling

Dharani, another is The Dharani Of The Freedom In Accord With The Heart, another is

Quickly Exceeding The Upper Stages Dharani. Thus should you accept and hold it.”

Then Ananda asked the Buddha: “Bhagavan, what is the name of this Bodhisattva-

Mahasattva, who is so good to teach us this Dharani?”

The Buddha said: “This Bodhisattva is called Avalokitesvara, the Unrestricted One, also

called Nipping a Lariat, also called A Thousand Bright Eyes. Virtuous man, this

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva has unimaginable mighty and holy powers. Uncountable

kalpas before, he had already been a Buddha named True Dharma Brightness Tathagata.

Because of the power of his great compassionate vows, and in order to call upon all

Bodhisattvas to comfort and please all living beings, he appears as a Bodhisattva. All of

you, including the Bodhisattvas, Brahmas, Gods of the 33 heavens, dragons, and

divinities, should show respect to him, do not despise him. All heavenly and human

beings should constantly make offerings to him and recite his name absorbedly, then they

will get infinite blessings and eliminate countless sins, and at the end of their lives, they

will be reborn in the Pure Land of Amitabha Buddha.”

The Buddha told Ananda: “This holy Mantra spoken by Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva is

true, real, and not false. If you wish to invite this Bodhisattva to come, recite the Mantra

21 times towards a Guggula Incense and burn it, then this Bodhisattva will come.”

“If being possessed by a soul of cat, find a dead cat’s skull, burn it to ashes, mix the ashes

with clean soil, and then use them to shape a cat. In front of a statue of Thousand-Handed

and Thousand-Eyed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the Dharani 108 times towards a

wrought iron knife, and then cut the model into 108 pieces with the knife. Recite once, cut

once, and say his name once, then the cat’s soul will leave and never return.”

“If harmed by mediumistic insects(Gu), mix Karpura(Dragon Brain Incense) with a same

bulk of Guggula Incense, add 1 bowl of Well-flower-water and decoct them into 1 bowl of

decoction; when done, recite the Dharani 108 times towards the decoction in front of a

statue of Thousand-Handed and Thousand-Eyed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, then take

the decoction, the illness will be healed.”

“If bitten by fierce snakes or scorpions, recite the Dharani 7 times towards some powder

of dry gingers, apply the powder on the bite and they will be healed.”

“If someone plots to harm you because of hatred and resentment, you should find some

clean soil, or flour, or wax, to shape the enemy’s body. In front of a statue of Thousand-

Handed and Thousand-Eyed Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the Dharani 108 times

towards a wrought iron knife, then cut the model into 108 pieces with the knife. Recite

once and cut once and say his name once, and then burn up all 108 pieces. After that, the

enemy will be happy, will respect you and will like to befriend you for his entire life.”

“If you have the eye-diseases of dimmed vision or blindness, or if your eyes are covered

by a white haze or a red film, you should find a Haritaki fruit, an Amala fruit, and a

Vihetaki fruit, and grind them into powder. During the grinding, you must guard their

purity: do not be seen by women who have just given birth, or by pigs or dogs, and you

should keep reciting a Buddha’s name, mix the powder with white honey or human milk.

The human milk must be from a mother of a boy, not from mothers of girls. When the

medicine is done, in front of a statue of Thousand-Handed and Thousand-Eyed

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the Dharani 1008 times towards the medicine, then

apply it on the sick eyes for fully 7 days, stay in a quite room and do not be exposed to

wind, then the eyes will recover, the white haze and red film will disappear, and the

eyesight will be very clear.”

“If you are afflicted by recurrent fevers, recite the Dharani 21 times towards the skin of a

tiger, panther, or a wolf, place the skin on your body and the fever will be healed. le

skin of a lion is best.”

“If someone is bitten by a snake, get some earwax of that person, recite the Dharani 21

times towards the earwax, apply them on his sore, then it will be healed.”

“If an evil fever enters your heart, and it is so oppressive that makes you even wish to

die, in this case, you should find a peach-glue as big as a normal peach, add 1 bowl of

clean water and decoct them into a half bowl of decoction. When done, recite the Dharani

7 times towards the decoction, take them all, than the disease will be healed. The medicine

should not be decocted by a woman.”

“If you are possessed by a ghost, recite the Dharani 21 times towards a Guggula incense

and burn it to fume the nostrils, further, make 7 pills of Guggula each as big as a rabbit

dung, recite the Dharani 21 times towards them and take them, then you will be cured. Be

careful: do not drink alcohol, do not eat meat or the five-pungencies, and do not abuse

others. If you find some Manahsila (realgar), mix it with white mustard seeds and

YanSheng-salt, then recite the Dharani 21 times towards the mixture and burn it under the

bed of the patient, then the possessing ghost will run away and not dare to stay.

(*(Note) The five-pungencies are: onions, leeks, garlic, chives or shallots)

“For deafness, recite the Dharani towards some sesame oil and drop the oil into ears, then

the disease will be healed.”

“If someone is suffering from hemiplegias, his nose is blocked and his hands and feet

cannot move because of apoplexy, you should mix some sesame oil with Green-woodspice

and decoct them, recite the Dharani 21 times towards the mixture, and rub it on the

body, then the diseases will forever be healed. Another prescription: recite the Dharani 21

times towards some pure cow ghee, and rub it on the body, then the diseases will also be

healed.”

“For dystocias, recite the Dharani 21 times towards sesame oil and apply on both the

navel and the jade-gate of the woman who is giving birth, then there will be an easy birth.”

“If a baby dies in a pregnant woman’s womb, find one large Lerng(*) of hyssops, mix it

with 2 bowls of clean water, and decoct them into 1 bowl of decoction. Recite the Dharani

21 times towards the decoction and let the woman take it, then the dead baby will come

out, and the woman will not be in pain. If the placenta does not come out, let her take this

medicine again and it will be fine.”

“If you have a disease that your heart is often attacked by an unbearable pain, this is

called Hidden Corpse Disease. Find a Fume-Land Incense with mature nipples, recite the

Dharani 21 times towards it, chew and swallow it – no matter more or less. After some

time, it will cause vomiting or diarrhoea, then the disease will be healed. Do not eat any of

the five-pungencies, do not eat meat, and do not drink alcohol.”

“If burned by a fire, recite the Dharani 21 times towards some dung of black cows, apply

them on the sores, the pain will be healed.”

“If one’s heart is being attacked by ascarids, recite the Dharani 21 times towards a half

bowl of urine of a white horse and take it, then the disease will be healed. If the disease is

serious, take more medicine up to 1 bowl, then the ascarids will come out like a linked

rope.”

“For a Nail-sore, find some Ling-Sil-leaves, grind them and get the juice, recite the Dharani

21 times towards the juice, apply the juice to the sore, pull the sore out by the root and it

will be healed immediately.”

“If one’s eyes were bitten by flies, find some new dung of donkey, filter it and get the

liquid, recite the Dharani 21 times towards the liquid, drop it into the eyes when lying on

the bed at night, then the disease will be healed.”

“For bellyaches, mix Well-flower-water with YanSheng-salt to make 21 pellets, recite the

Dharani 21 times towards them, take half a bowl of the medicine, then the disease will be

healed.”

“For red-eyed diseases, or neoplasms in eyes, or cataracts, find some leaves of Chinesewolfberry

(Gau-Gey), grind them and get their juice, recite the Dharani 21 times towards

the juice, soak a bronze copper coin in the juice overnight, recite the Dharani towards it 7

more times, drop the juice into the eyes, then the disease will be healed.”

“If someone is afraid and not peaceful at night, and he may even be frightened when

entering or leaving a house, he should make a rope with white threads, recite the Dharani

21 times towards it, tie it into 21 knots, and wear it on his neck, then the fear will

disappear. Not only will his fear disappear, his sins will also be eliminated.”

“If some unexpected calamities come to your household, find a guava branch, cut it into

1008 segments, smear some ghee and honey on both ends of them, recite the Dharani once

and burn one segment, burn up all 1008 segments in this way, then all calamities will

disappear. This must be done in front of a Buddha.”

“If you recite the Dharani 21 times towards a white flagleaf and tie it to your right arm,

you will always win others in all fighting places and debating places.”

“If you find some leaves and branches of Sami(*), cut them into 1008 segments, smear

some true-cow-ghee and white-honey-cow-ghee on both ends of them, recite the Dharani

once towards each segment and burn it, and burn up all 1008 segments in this way. Fais

this 3 times each day, 1008 times each time, for 7 days, then you, as a Mantra-master,

will realize the Through-Wisdom of yourself.”

“If you wish to tame powerful ghosts or spirits, find some Wood-Wan-Tzee, recite the

Dharani 49 times towards them, smear some ghee and honey on them, and burn them up.

This must be done in front of a statue of Great Compassionate Avalokitesvara

Bodhisattva.”

“If you put 1 large Lerng of bezoar(Cow yellow) into a lapis-lazuli bottle, then put the

bottle in front of a statue of Great Compassionate Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the

Dharani 108 times toward it, apply the bezoar on your body and dot it on your forehead,

then all gods, dragons, ghosts, spirits, human and non-human beings will be pleased.”

“If being chained and locked, find some dung of white pigeons, recite the Dharani 108

times towards them, smear them on your hands and rub the chains and locks, then the

chains and locks will open of themselves.”

“If a husband and wife have a disharmonious relationship and their situation is like that of

water and fire, find some feathers of the tail of mandarin ducks, in front of a statue of

Great Compassionate Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, recite the Dharani 1008 times towards

the feathers and let the couple wear them, then the couple will be delightful, and will love

and respect each other unto the end of their lives.”

“If the seeds and fruits in your farm are being eaten by insects, find some clean ashes, or

clean sands, or clean water, recite the Dharani 21 times towards them, sprinkle them

around the farm and the seedlings, then the insects will quit. If you sprinkle some

Mantra-water on the fruit trees, the insects will not dare to eat the fruits.”

The Buddha told Ananda: ”

For richness, treasures, or various valuables and necessities, use the Wish-Fulfilling Pearl

Mudra(gesture).

For seeking stable life in various unstable situations, use the Pasa(lasso / lariat) Mudra.

For various diseases in abdomen, use the Precious Bowl Mudra.

For vanquishing all demons, monsters, ghosts, and spirits, use the Precious Glave(double

edge sword) Mudra.

For vanquishing all heavenly demons and deities, use the Vajra Mudra.

For taming all enemies, use the Vajra Pestle Mudra.

For eliminating all fears in any situation, use the Fearless-Giving (Abhayam-dada) Mudra.

For healing dim eyes, use the Sun-Quintessence Mani Mudra.

If one has a disease caused by the poison of heat and seeks for refreshing coolness, he

should use the Moon-Quintessence Mani Mudra.

For high positions and promotions, use the Precious Bow Mudra.

For meeting all virtuous friends as soon as possible, use the Precious Arrow Mudra.

For healing various diseases on one’s body, use the Willow Branch Mudra.

For eliminating evil obstacles and misfortunes of one’s body, use the White Whisk Mudra.

For good harmony among all relatives, use the Precious Vase Mudra.

For evading all tigers, wolves, jackals, panthers, and other fierce beasts, use the Shield

Mudra.

For always resting in peace and avoiding being imprisoned, use the Axe-Tomahawk

Mudra.

For commanding men and women, use the Jade Bracelet Mudra.

For various merits and virtues, use the White Lotus Mudra.

For rebirth in pure lands of the ten directions, use the Blue Lotus Mudra.

For great wisdom, use the Precious Mirror Mudra.

For personally meeting all Buddhas of the ten directions, use the Purple Lotus Mudra.

For underground precious deposits, use the Precious Box Mudra.

For achieving the Way(Tao) of immortals, use the Five Colored Cloud Mudra.

For rebirth in Brahma heaven, use the Bath Bottle Mudra.

For rebirth in heavenly palaces, use the Red Lotus Mudra.

For vanquishing traitors of other places, use the Precious Halberd Mudra.

For summoning all virtuous heavenly gods, use the Precious Trumpet Shell Mudra.

For commanding all ghosts and spirits, use the Skull Staff Mudra.

For the Buddhas of the ten directions coming to receive you with their hands quickly, use

the Prayer Beads Mudra.

For achieving all superior wonderful Brahma sounds, use the Precious Bell Mudra.

For the ability of eloquent, clever, and wonderful speech (mouth karma), use the Precious

Seal Mudra.

To be constantly guarded by virtuous gods and dragon kings, use the Kusinagara Iron

Hook Mudra.

For mercifully sheltering and protecting all living beings, use the Tin Staff Mudra.

For making all living beings always respect and love each others, use the Joining Palms

Mudra.

For always being reborn beside Buddhas for all lifetimes, use the Nirmana(Miraculously

Created) Buddha Mudra.

To be always reborn in the palaces of Buddhas for all lifetimes, and never be born from a

womb, use the Nirmana-Palace Mudra.

For eruditeness, use the Precious Sutra Mudra.

If you wish that from your current incarnation(lifetime) to the incarnation that you are a

Buddha, you will never retrogress from or lose the Bodhi-Heart, use the Nonretrogression

Gold Wheel Mudra.

If you wish that the Buddhas of the ten directions will come quickly to rub your summit

and award you the mark of future Buddhahood, use the Summit Nirmana Buddha Mudra.

For fruits, melons, and various crops, use the Grape Mudra.

There are thousands of such requesting Mudras, now I have just briefly said some of

them.”

Sunlight Bodhisattva then spoke a great holy Mantra for those who accept and hold the

Great Compassionate Heart Dharani to protect them:

“Namo Buddha Kunami, Namo Dharma Mahadi, Namo Sangha Tayeni, DhriBhuBhi

Sattva Yam Namo”

“This Mantra can extinguish all sins, and can evade demons and natural disasters. If one

can recite the Dharani once and bow to the Buddhas once, 3 times daily, recite the

Dharani and bow to the Buddhas, then in his next lifetime, he will gain the delightful fruitrepayment

that all of his facial features are handsome.”

Moonlight Bodhisattva also spoke a Dharani to protect practitioners:

“Sumdhidi Tusuza Ahjamidi Uduza SumKiza Bolaidi Yemijaza Uduza Kuladiza Kimoza

Svaha”

“Recite this Mantra five times, making a Mantra-Rope with five colored threads, and

wear it on where it is sore. This Mantra had been spoken by the previous 40 Gangesriver-

sands Buddhas, now I also speak it, for supporting all practitioners, for eliminating

all obstacles and calamities, for healing all serious diseases and relieving all sufferings, for

accomplishing all virtuous Dharmas, for eliminating all fears.”

The Buddha told Ananda: “You should accept and uphold this Great Compassion

Dharani with a deeply pure heart, spread it abroad widely throughout Jambudvipa and

never allow it to be lost. This Dharani can greatly benefit all living beings of the Three

Realms of Transmigrations, all living beings suffering from diseases can use this Dharani

to heal their diseases. Even a withered tree can grow new branches, flowers and fruits

when someone recites this great holy Dharani towards it. Thus, it is impossible that any

diseases of sentient and conscious beings cannot be healed by this Dharani.”

“Virtuous man, the mighty and sacrosanct power of this Dharani is unimaginable, is

unimaginable, and one will never be able to fully praise it. If one has not extensively

planted virtuous roots since the long distant past, he is not able to hear even the name of

this Dharani, much less that he could see it. All of you in this congregation — the gods,

human beings, dragons, spirits, should accordingly rejoice when hearing my praise.

Slandering this Dharani is equal to slandering those 9.9 billion Ganges-river-sands

Buddhas.

If anyone doubts, or disbelieves this Dharani, we should know that he loses great benefits

forever. For billions of kalpas, he will constantly fall into the evil categories (of hell

beings, hungry ghosts, and animals) and unable to escape; he will always be unable to see

the Buddhas, unable to hear the Dharmas, and unable to see the Sanghas.”

After hearing the Buddha praise this Dharani, the whole congregation — the Bodhisattva-

Mahasattvas, Vajra Secret-Traces Divinities, Brahmas, Sakra, gods, the four heavenly

kings, dragons, ghosts, and spirits, were all delighted, they accepted the teaching

respectfully and started practicing it.

L’histoire du bracelet bouddhiste remonte à grossièrement 3.000 ans. Il est adhérent la naissance de nombreux courants spirituels tel que le bouddhisme et l’hindouisme. En effet, il s’agit d’un objet à usage spirituel. On l’utilisait durant séances de prières méditation.
Pour ce qui est de l’origine du bracelet, il est difficile de fournir des insolite précises. Mais il s’avère qu’il provient de l’Inde. Selon la tradition, il est composé de 108 perles. Mais n’est plus respectée parmi fabricants.
Le bracelet bouddhiste en bois a l’allure d’une rosaire, un chapelet formé chez 150 petits grains. En somme, il ressemble à une sorte de guirlande de lapidaire billes. Bijou spirituel, le bracelet bouddhiste en bois reste un symbole du bouddhisme.
En effet, le bracelet est de plus en plus court actuellement. Il compte entre 10 et 20 perles. Notons que le bijou est fait avec des matières naturelles. Certains modèles sont en bois de santal, quelques sont en pierre de différentes couleurs. Le bijou comporte aussi une palladium et un fermoir conique.
Autrefois, le bracelet était porté pour chasser mauvais raison et infortunes. Dans les années 50, on l’utilisait en qu’ornements pendant périodes festives.
Dans le de diffusion de ce religion, ce bracelet bouddhiste a connu des modifications afin d’être un accessoire en or goût de tous. Ainsi, des formes plus simples et plus sophistiquées ont vu le jour. Il s’agit au contraire du bracelet shamballa et du bracelet Reiki à 7 chakras .

Les embellissement et les perles ont beaucoup d’importance dans la culture bouddhiste. Ils sont utilisés pour prier, dévorer des mantras et effectuer des rituels.
Ils sont souvent composés de pierres naturelles, des pierres semi-précieuses avec une énergie positive. On retrouver la pierre semi bas-bleu de :
• Amazonite
• Obsidienne
• Quartz rose
• Labradorite
• Cristal
• Quartz
• Turquoise
• Lapis lazuli
• Oeil de tigre
• Lazuli
• Améthyste
Porté autour du poignet, décoration bouddhistes auront des lithothérapie et spirtituelles sur certaine partie du corps.
De plus, ces parure et perles portent des nouvelle importantes, le message pour radicaux les pratiquants de la doctrine bouddhiste.

Le bracelet est une sortie plus concis des perles habituelles qui a la même signification et transmet le même message.

Le bracelet n’est pas seulement un accessoire fantaisiste, mais aussi un symbole de la foi.

Le évaluation d’un bracelet tibétain varie selon le fournisseur auprès duquel vous vous approvisionnez. Vu grande valeur, le coût bien s’élever à des milliers d’euros. Vous avez même la possibilité de marquer votre bracelet tibétain.

En effet, décoration bouddha sont de vrais,réels,grands fontaine de bien-être. Si vous devez articuler en public selon exemple, il assez de garantir un bijou en calcédoine d’or poignet.
Cela vous donne l’opportunité d’avoir une bonne élocution et d’éviter le bégaiement. En revanche, un modèle en chrysocolle fera en sorte de garder la « tête froide ».

Plus qu’un phénomène de mode, le bijou tibétain est un véritable phénomène culturel d’or Tibet et en or Népal, et en gros dans accomplis pays asiatiques à qui la culture est avant tout tournée vers la spiritualité.
Les femmes tibétaines et népalaises attachent une grande importance à leur apparence, se parant ainsi de bijoux ornés de pierres naturelles ainsi qu’à de symboles spirituels forts, tels signes auspicieux ou mantras bouddhistes (souvent deux).