"The practice of the four causes for rebirth in Sukhāvatī, for those who wish to be reborn in Sukhāvatī [the Pure Land of Amitābha Buddha], is as follows."
The Water Offering of All-Pervading Ambrosial Nectar: ༔ From The Treasury of the Expansive Sky of Dharmatā ༔ (chos nyid nam mkha'i klong mdzod las/ chu sbyin bdud rtsi kun khyab bzhugs so) [A Treasure Teaching (gter ma) of Düdjom Lingpa (bdud 'joms gling pa, 1835-1904)]
ཨོྃ་ཨཱརྱ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏཱྃ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ། OṂ ĀRYA TĀRE TĀṂ SVĀHĀ
OṂ VAJRA JAMBHALA/ MUGANA TRATRA SVĀHĀ/ OṂ VAJRA NAMO RATNA TRAYAYĀ SVĀHĀ/ OṂ VAJRA SAMAYĀ SVĀHĀ/ OṂ VAJRA TADYATHĀ SVĀHĀ/ OṂ TALA TALA/ JULU JULU SVĀHĀ
If this Dhāraṇī known as ‘Golden’, which is taught in the Noble Sūtra of Golden Light (suvarṇaprabhāsa sūtra/‘phags pa gser ‘od dam pa’i mdo, but only in the 29 and 31 chapter versions and not the 21 chapter version), is recited, then positive karmic potential [merit] will increase tremendously; and thereby food, clothing and precious substances will be obtained, freedom from sickness, long life, and whatever is imagined and hoped for will be accomplished according to one’s wishes, roots of virtue will be generated under infinite Buddhas, one will be protected by the Bodhisattvas until [the attainment of] Buddhahood; and one's prediction of [future] Buddhahood will be confirmed.
The Dhārani of Yellow Jambhala from the Guhyāsamaja SER-NAY LAY KYI ME YII DUNG-WA DAK Those who are scorched by the fire of the karma of stinginess, KYE-WA KYE-WAR KHYÖ LA KYAP SU CHHI Go for refuge to you in lifetime after lifetime; RIN-CHHEN TER GYI DÜ-TSI'I CHHAP GYÜN GYII With the cleansing stream … Continue reading The Dhārani of Yellow Jambhala from the Guhyāsamaja
The Dhārani of Yellow Jambhala's Chief Form NOR GYI WANG-CHHUK RIN-CHHEN TER NGA ZHING All-mighty sovereign of wealth, you hold dominion over a treasury of precious things, NÖ-JIN NOR CHHANG MANG-PO KÜN GYI JE You are lord of all the many yakshas who wield riches, JANG-CHHOK KYONG-WAY GÖN-PO DZAMBHA-LA The guardian who protects the northern … Continue reading The Dhārani of Yellow Jambhala’s Chief Form