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The Buddha's Immeasurable Merit Dharani Sutra

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The Buddha's Immeasurable Merit Dharani Sutra

佛說無量功德陀羅尼經


At that time, the Buddha told Ananda (阿難): “You should listen. I will now preach to you and all sentient beings in the degradation age of Buddhism about this Immeasurable Merit Dharani.

You should remember it and that you shall benefit sentient beings of future sinful world. Ananda, if any sentient beings hearing this dharani and they recite it 21 times in the morning; then their bad karmas of previous thousand kalpa shall be diminished.

They shall be in peace and happy. If one recites this dharani for 100,000 times, then they shall meet with Maitreya Bodhisattva.

If he recites for 200,000 times, then he shall be able to see Avalokitesvara. And if he recites 300,000 times, he shall meet with Amitabah. Now the dharani:


Namo ratnatrayaya Namah aryamitabhaya tathagatayarhate samyaksambuddhaya tadyatah amrte amrto dbhave amrta sambhave amrta vihrimte amrta vigalamta gamini gagana kitikare svariva galise sayang kriya svaha


After Ananda heard the Buddha preached this Immeasurable Merit Dharani, he happily accepts it and took a bow to Buddha and leave.

Source

http://seatranslate.blogspot.com.au/2014/12/the-buddhas-immeasurable-merit-dharani.html