Prayer for the Spontaneous Fulfillment of all Wishes
In the heart of a blossoming lotus, upon the waters of the lake, you are the spontaneously accomplished wisdom, the embodiment of the five buddha families. O great, self‐existing Lotus Father and Mother, surrounded by clouds of dakinis, to you we pray, grant your blessing so that all our wishes be quickly fulfilled!
As a result of our negative actions, whenever we suffer from illness, malevolent spirits and obstacles, warfare and violence, famine and starvation, then remember your promise that even simply to think of you will immediately consume all such suffering. We implore you, from the depths of our hearts, O Lord of Orgyen, grant your blessings so that all our wishes be quickly fulfilled!
To practice devotion, discipline and generosity; to liberate the mind through hearing the Dharma, and to have dignity, self‐control and knowledge—make these seven noble human qualities penetrate the minds of all sentient beings and so bring peace and happiness to the world. Grant your blessings so that all our wishes are quickly fulfilled!
When oppressed by illness, suffering and unwanted circumstances, falling prey to harm and obstruction from negativity and demonic forces, threatened by fire, water, and journeys of great danger, when this life is spent and death arrives, at all these times, we have nowhere to turn except to you. Care for us with your great compassion, O great Orgyen Guru, grant your blessings so that all our wishes be quickly fulfilled!
With the intention of pacifying the land of Tibet, disease, starvation, and warfare, as well as to foster the well‐being of the teachings and all beings, those of faith should keep this prayer in their heart‐mind.
The first verse of this prayer is taken from Kunkhyen Longchen Rabjamʹs profound commentarial and supplemental text, Khandro Yangtig, specifically, the section on offering ocean‐like banks of offering‐clouds. The other verses are the Vajra Speech blessing of Rigdzin Jigme Lingpa, the second Omniscient One.
(The Collected Works of Düdjom, vol. 18, page 129)
I should be meditating.