Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

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Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

Post by javier.espinoza.t » Fri Oct 19, 2018 8:07 pm

Hi,

Well, ¿is there a short prayer for dedicate for someone to take rebirth in Sukhāvatī?

I once attended an Arya Tara sadhana at a drikung center, and in between there was such a prayer. I felt some vibrations haha so, might be important, it helps to make this intention clear.
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Re: Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

Post by Monlam Tharchin » Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:19 pm

Yes, of course.

Here is a prayer used in the Kagyu tradition, placed at the very end of a session.
E MA HO NGO TSAR SANG GYE NANG WA TA YE DANG
YE SU JO WO TUK JE CHEN PO DANG

Wonderful Buddha of limitless light, to his right the Lord of Great Compassion,

YÖN DU SEM PA TU CHEN TOB NAM LA
SANG GYE JANG SEM PAK ME KOR GYI KOR

and to his left the Bodhisattva of Great Power, surrounded by an infinite retune of buddhas and bodhisattvas.

DE KYI NGO TSAR PAK TU ME PA YI
DE WA CHEN ZHE JA WAI ZHING KAM DER

The joy and happiness is limitless and wonderful in this pure land called Dewachen.

*DAG NI DI NE TSE PÖ GYUR MA TAK
KYE WA ZHEN GYI BAR MA CHÖ PA RU

As soon as this life has passed away, without the diversion of other births,

DE RU KYE NE NANG TAI ZHEL TONG SHOK
DE KE DAK GI MÖN LAM TAB PA DI

**may I be born there and thus behold the face of Amitabha.

*When reciting this prayer for others, substitute "MIK YUL" for "DAG NI" and **"may the deceased" for "may I".

CHOK CHU SANG GYE JANG SEM TAM CHE KYI
GEK ME DRUB PAR JIN GYI LAB TU SÖL

All buddhas and bodhisattvas of the ten directions, please grant your blessing that the wish expressed in this prayer be accomplished without hindrance.

TE YA TA PEN TSEN DRI YA AH WA BO DANI SO HA
How wonderful for you to make this aspiration, either for yourself or another :smile:
namu amida butsu
OṂ  HRIYADHE  SARWA  TATHĀGATA  HRIDAYA  GARBHE / DZOLA  DHARMADHATU  GARBHE  /  SANG  HARANA  ĀYUḤ  SANGŚHODHAYA  /  PĀPAṂ  SARWA  TATHĀGATA  SAMENDRA  UṢHṆĪKHA  BIMALE  BIŚHUDDHE  SWĀHĀ

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Everything is in their presence; and I stand in front of them. -- Shantideva

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Re: Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

Post by javier.espinoza.t » Tue Nov 06, 2018 3:01 am

Monlam Tharchin wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:19 pm
Yes, of course.

Here is a prayer used in the Kagyu tradition, placed at the very end of a session.
E MA HO NGO TSAR SANG GYE NANG WA TA YE DANG
YE SU JO WO TUK JE CHEN PO DANG

Wonderful Buddha of limitless light, to his right the Lord of Great Compassion,

YÖN DU SEM PA TU CHEN TOB NAM LA
SANG GYE JANG SEM PAK ME KOR GYI KOR

and to his left the Bodhisattva of Great Power, surrounded by an infinite retune of buddhas and bodhisattvas.

DE KYI NGO TSAR PAK TU ME PA YI
DE WA CHEN ZHE JA WAI ZHING KAM DER

The joy and happiness is limitless and wonderful in this pure land called Dewachen.

*DAG NI DI NE TSE PÖ GYUR MA TAK
KYE WA ZHEN GYI BAR MA CHÖ PA RU

As soon as this life has passed away, without the diversion of other births,

DE RU KYE NE NANG TAI ZHEL TONG SHOK
DE KE DAK GI MÖN LAM TAB PA DI

**may I be born there and thus behold the face of Amitabha.

*When reciting this prayer for others, substitute "MIK YUL" for "DAG NI" and **"may the deceased" for "may I".

CHOK CHU SANG GYE JANG SEM TAM CHE KYI
GEK ME DRUB PAR JIN GYI LAB TU SÖL

All buddhas and bodhisattvas of the ten directions, please grant your blessing that the wish expressed in this prayer be accomplished without hindrance.

TE YA TA PEN TSEN DRI YA AH WA BO DANI SO HA
How wonderful for you to make this aspiration, either for yourself or another :smile:
thank you, you already replaced mik yul. Thank you again, :)
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Re: Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

Post by kirtu » Tue Nov 06, 2018 9:53 am

Monlam Tharchin wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:19 pm
Yes, of course.

Here is a prayer used in the Kagyu tradition, placed at the very end of a session.
This prayer is used in all the traditions.

Kirt
Kirt's Tibetan Translation Notes

"Even if you practice only for an hour a day with faith and inspiration, good qualities will steadily increase. Regular practice makes it easy to transform your mind. From seeing only relative truth, you will eventually reach a profound certainty in the meaning of absolute truth."
Kyabje Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche.

"Only you can make your mind beautiful."
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Re: Prayer for someone to rebirth in Sukhāvatī

Post by Aryjna » Tue Nov 06, 2018 12:49 pm

Monlam Tharchin wrote:
Fri Oct 19, 2018 10:19 pm
Yes, of course.

Here is a prayer used in the Kagyu tradition, placed at the very end of a session.
E MA HO NGO TSAR SANG GYE NANG WA TA YE DANG
YE SU JO WO TUK JE CHEN PO DANG

Wonderful Buddha of limitless light, to his right the Lord of Great Compassion,

YÖN DU SEM PA TU CHEN TOB NAM LA
SANG GYE JANG SEM PAK ME KOR GYI KOR

and to his left the Bodhisattva of Great Power, surrounded by an infinite retune of buddhas and bodhisattvas.

DE KYI NGO TSAR PAK TU ME PA YI
DE WA CHEN ZHE JA WAI ZHING KAM DER

The joy and happiness is limitless and wonderful in this pure land called Dewachen.

*DAG NI DI NE TSE PÖ GYUR MA TAK
KYE WA ZHEN GYI BAR MA CHÖ PA RU

As soon as this life has passed away, without the diversion of other births,

DE RU KYE NE NANG TAI ZHEL TONG SHOK
DE KE DAK GI MÖN LAM TAB PA DI

**may I be born there and thus behold the face of Amitabha.

*When reciting this prayer for others, substitute "MIK YUL" for "DAG NI" and **"may the deceased" for "may I".

CHOK CHU SANG GYE JANG SEM TAM CHE KYI
GEK ME DRUB PAR JIN GYI LAB TU SÖL

All buddhas and bodhisattvas of the ten directions, please grant your blessing that the wish expressed in this prayer be accomplished without hindrance.

TE YA TA PEN TSEN DRI YA AH WA BO DANI SO HA
How wonderful for you to make this aspiration, either for yourself or another :smile:
These are two recordings of this, with some additional verses in the end:




This one too:


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