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A Brief Sadhana of Medicine Guru Buddha
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I. Namo Sakyamuni Buddha (three times)
II. Lineage Refuge Tree Supplication (once)
III. Supplication to Medicine Guru Buddha (three times)
Twelve Great Vows, being considerate to all details, only Buddha can do so.
Twelve Great Generals, safeguarding all too well, only Your Holiness can inspire.
Seven Stars of Big Dipper, pacifying calamity and prolonging life, only Your Holiness can display.
Seven Buddhas of Medicine Guru, expanding and unifying at will, only Buddha can master oneness.
IV. Praise (three times)
Holy Medicine Guru Buddha enunciates clear sounds, Sorrows of sentient beings at all times are eradicated!
Holy Medicine Guru Buddha always remembered, Suffering of illnesses
and dangers to life will all be pacified!
Holy Medicine Guru Buddha is the savior, Calamities extinguished, life prolonged, and Bodhi attained!
V. Chanting (Repeat one of the followings for certain number of times as decided by the practitioner.)
Devoutly and reverently practice for the enlightenment of all beings.
May this endeavor move all seven Buddhas to grant their blessings!
May sentient beings become free from sufferings, attain peace and stability,
And diligently advance on the path to achieve complete enlightenment soon!
Appendix: This Brief Sadhana of Medicine Guru Buddha is mainly for practitioners who are unable to practice the Sadhana of Medicine Guru Buddha and Medicine Guru Buddha Unification Sadhana due to travel, sickness or busyness. In order to avoid interruption of practice and to sustain the blessing power of Medicine Guru Buddha's vows, great compassion and skillful means, this brief Sadhana is compiled. Hope that the practitioners will be granted the blessings of Medicine Guru Buddha to pacify calamity, prolong life, approach Bodhi, and achieve complete enlightenment.