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or “Practice Tantra,” correspondin g to the second category of what was to become in Tibet the standard fourfold classification of Buddhist tantras, only to be eventually superseded to a large degree by the Sarvatathagatatattva samgraha and the large body of literature spawned by this latter text (corresponding to the Yoga and Anuttarayoga Tantras).
In East Asia, on the other hand, the Vairocana - bhisambodhi-sutra has remained together with the Sarvatathagata tattva samgraha one of the two basic texts of Esoteric Buddhism and could indeed be said to have been the more influential of the two.
To date no manuscript of the original Sanskrit text of the Vairocana bhisambodhi-sutra has been discovered (although a number of passages are either referenced in other Sanskrit works or preserved in Chinese transcription), but it was translated into Chinese (Taisho no. 848) and Tibetan (Peking no. 126).
The Sanskrit title preserved in the Tibetan translation is Mahavairocana bhisambodhi - vikurvita dhirsthana-vaipulya sutrendraraja-nama-dharmaparyaya (Dharma Discourse Called “Mahavairocana’s Enlightenment, Miracles, and Empowerment,” King of the Best of the Extensive Scriptures).
and Empowerment of Mahavairocana]],” but the Chinese commentary informs us that the full title included the words Mahavaipulya - sutrendra raja, which tallies closely with the title preserved in the Tibetan translation.
Since the Chinese translator Subha kara silha does not use the word tantra (and although it is widely known as the Mahavairocana-sutra), it will hereafter be referred to as the Vairo cana bhisambodhi-sutra.
The Chinese translation was produced in seven fascicles by Subha kara - silha (637U735) and his Chinese disciple Yixing (683U727) in 724U5, apparently on the basis of a manuscript sent to China some decades earlier by the Chinese monk Wuxing,
who died in India in 674. rigorously speaking, it is only The first six fascicles in thirty-one chapters that correspond to the Vairocanabhi - sambodhi-sutra proper, with Fascicle Seven (in five chapters) composing a ritual manual that is preserved as a separate work in the Tibetan canon (Peking no. 3488).
The Tibetan translation, on the other hand, was produced almost a century later in the early ninth century by Silendrabodhi and dPal-brtsegs, and in addition to the base text in twenty-nine chapters it includes a “Continuation Tantra” (Uttara-tantra) in seven chapters not found in the Chinese version.
In this workshop you are attuned and empowered to the Ritual of the mystic seal of the adamantine armor mantra
Also you are going to know how to be prepare for a ritual healing, meditation and shield. Able to remove evil-minded beings of extreme ferocity, You will see adamantine blazing fiery light all over the ground.
Overcome negative forces.
Remove many negative forces and illnesses.
It is one of the few paths, along with P’howa, that do not require the Ngondro (the 500,000 accumulations) as a prerequisite to practice. It is a path in its own right, with many levels and degrees of mastery.
As one traverses the path, through a series of short retreats and ongoing practice, one systematically purifies the five elements within one’s own body and thus attains the ability to purify the elemental imbalances in another.
In this way, diseases are removed.
This Mantra has been used for over 1,000 years.
This great Mantra is reported to have been first brought to Tibet by Guru, Lord Padmasambhava (known as the 2nd Buddha and also known as Guru Rinpoche) – in a unusual form of one of His expressions – that of Guru Drakpo - in the form of Dorje Go-Drab, Dorje Gotrab or Gotrap.
If you place one hundred percent trust in this mantra - then this mantra will Cure Disease, Protect and Prevent Illness, Calamities, Restore Balance to the Environment, and most importantly destroy the true cause of All Suffering - rage, need and unawareness …”
Regular Practitioners consider this Mantra to be effective in treating All Kinds of Diseases, Purifying Negative Energies and Protection from a wide variety of Dangers, Disasters, Afflictions & Adversities. It is considered to be One of the Most Powerful Healing Practices.
Once one has skillful this Sadhana … one can fearlessly meet the needs of the ill under any and all situations. In addition, this Practice is also highly recommended for the Patients themselves. One may heal all sorts of otherwise Dangerous and unmanageable Diseases.
What is Tibetan Mantra Healing?
Tibetan Mantra Healing is a powerful form of healing dating from ancient times, Modern physics confirms what many ancient cultures have known for many years - that energy and form are interchangeable;
How does Mantra Healing work?
The raising of our inner vibration through the use of sound, in this case Mantra Healing, make use of the energy of sound to remedy any primary energetic disorder, treating the root cause, as well as the related symptoms.
There are literally hundreds of different Mantras for Healing.
The appropriate Mantra is recited a certain number of times to activate its power, then the breath which represents the essence of the Voice, and therefore contains the subtle energy of Sound is used to energies a healing area.
Let the energy be built by itself.
Follow your intuition.
This is the first level for practitioner only.