ཡེ་ཤེས་ལས་ལ་གྲུབ་པ་ཡི། YÉ-SHEY LAY LA DRUP-PA YI To the one accomplished in the activity of deep wisdom, ཚོགས་བདག་གླང་སྣ་བཀྲེས་ཕོངས་བསལ། TS'OK-DAK LANG-NA TREY P'ONG SEL Gaṇapati with an elephant's trunk, who dispels hunger and poverty, བསང་གི་མཆོད་པ་རྒྱ་ཆེན་འབུལ། SANG GI -CH'Ö-PA GYA-CH'EN BUL I present vast sanctifying smoke and offerings.
The root of Saṃsāra is self-grasping. The root of the Transcendent Dharma is the realization of selflessness.
"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 a Treasure Trove of Ambrosial Nectar: ༔ From The Treasury of the Expansive Sky of Dharmatā ༔ (chos nyid nam mkha'i klong mdzod las/ chu sbyin bdud rtsi gter mdzod bzhugs so) [A Treasure Teaching (gter ma) of Düdjom Lingpa (bdud 'joms gling pa, 1835-1904)] Translated from the Tibetan by Erick Tsiknopoulos
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
You can also read this on the official website for the project at: http://tibetanlotussutra.blogspot.in/2015/01/first-preview-of-chapter-13-living-in.html Then, Mañjuśrīkumārabhūta spoke the following words to the Bhagavān: “Bhagavān, the devoted enthusiasm for the Bhagavān by these Bodhisattva-Mahāsattvas is an act of difficulty, an act of extreme difficulty, indeed. Bhagavān, how should these Bodhisattva-Mahasatttvas, in later times, in later ages, fully … Continue reading The Tibetan Lotus Sutra Project: First Preview of Chapter 13, ‘Living in Happiness’