jueves, 19 de abril de 2018

Mantra del Tara Blanca - Larga Vida, Energía Positiva y Sabiduría

White Tara:

Om Tare Tu Tare Ture Mama Ah Yuh Pune Jana Putim Kuru Soha

Este mantra Significa: liberación, liberación, gran liberación. Incrementa la duración de la vida, los méritos y la sabiduría.

¿Qué es Tara Blanca?

Fuente: Conferencia de Lama Caroline


Tara Blanca es una práctica budista sanadora. Tara es un Buda femenino, un Buda significa alguien que tiene la mente abierta y expandida, cualquiera puede convertirse en un Buda si hace los esfuerzos suficientes.

Tara en sánscrito significa: libertad.

Tara fue una mujer que vivió hace mucho tiempo en India. Era una princesa que quería practicar budismo.

Así que fue al monasterio y les pidió que le dejarán practicar el budismo Pero los monjes le dijeron que no, que se fuera a casa, que tuviera hijos, cocinara, y planchara.

Los monjes le dijeron: lo sentimos, sólo los hombres pueden iluminarse. Vuelve en tu próxima vida. Entonces ella se enfadó y pataleó y dijo: en la absoluta verdad no hay hombre ni mujer, por ello todo el mundo puede iluminarse, y para probarlo yo voy a iluminarme.

Entonces ella volvió a su palacio, estuvo meditando durante doce años y al finalizar este tiempo se iluminó, y se convirtió en un Buda.

Entonces volvió al monasterio y los monjes le pidieron que les guiara a la iluminación. 

Tara tiene una energía especial para superar el miedo.

Esta forma particular de Tara, Tara Blanca, es para la larga vida, para generar méritos o energía positiva y para obtener sabiduría.

Esta practica es muy adecuada, si estamos muy cansados, tenemos muchas cosas que hacer, la practica de Tara Blanca da mucha energía.

miércoles, 18 de abril de 2018

Mantra de la Perfección

Perfection Mantra :

Teyata Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Soha

Deva Premal & the Gyuto Monks of Tibet

Deva Premal & the Gyuto Monks of Tibet have created a powerful, deeply moving mantra meditation album, offering eight Tibetan mantras chanted 108 times each.

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Mantra de Sanación

Healing Mantra:

Teyata Om Bekanze Bekanze Mahabekanze Bekanze Radza Samutgate Soha

jueves, 23 de junio de 2011

Práctica Tapping Into the Source of Creativity

A recorded live Webcast with Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, June 22, 2011.

To open the floodgates of creativity, focus less on your goal and more on creating the conditions that will allow your creative nature to bloom. Rinpoche guides a meditation practice that helps you do this by tapping into your own inherent openness, awareness, and energy.

This teaching was broadcast during a free public talk offered in partnership with Unity Church, Charlottesville, Va. Information about the full 2011 series of live Internet broadcasts can be found at: https://www.ligmincha.org/retreats/live-internet-teachings-2010-series.html.

For information about Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche and Tibetan Bon Buddhism, visit ‪http://www.Ligmincha.org.‬ For advance updates about his live Internet teachings, recorded teachings and in-person retreats, subscribe to Ligmincha's free monthly e-newsletter at ‪http://www.voiceofclearlight.org‬

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martes, 3 de mayo de 2011

La Práctica de los Cinco Elementos

According to the ancient Tibetan spiritual traditions, our planet is alive and sacred; and the five elements of earth, water, fire, air, and space are not just natural resources but can be considered fundamental aspects of a living universe. In fact, every experience one can have, from the sensations of one’s physical body, to the emotions, to the most fleeting of thoughts, is said to be composed entirely of these five elements in interaction. During his five-elements teachings, Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche typically guides us in connecting with the external elements to support us to internalize the essential vital qualities of the elements. Incorporating teachings of shamanism, tantra, and dzogchen, Rinpoche guides a unique meditation practice through which we can retrieve and deeply connect with the elemental essences and nourish and restore health and vitality. By bringing the five elements into balance, we contribute to our own well-being as well as the health of our planet: According to shamanic teachings, on a physical level, the ongoing destruction and pollution of our global environment can be said to provoke the spirits of nature, causing wide-scale disease, energy disturbances, and mental obstacles to arise. By harmonizing with the natural elements, we harmonize our relationship with these spirits. According to tantric teachings, on an energetic level, the raw elements of nature represent subtler, more fundamental aspects of the primordial energy of existence. As such, the five elements play an essential role in emotional and psychological healing. For example, too much earth element can make us feel dull, drowsy, or lazy; but when earth is balanced in us it supports us to feel connected, secure, and confident. According to dzogchen teachings, on the level of mind, retrieving and connecting with the elemental essences can support the practice of contemplative meditation. For example, the water element brings comfort and joy to experiences of open awareness; when fully developed in spiritual practice, it is mirror-like wisdom.

For More Information

Healing With Form, Energy and Light: The Five Elements in Tibetan Shamanism, Tantra and Dzogchen, by Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche. Snow Lion Publications, 2002. Available for online purchase at Ligmincha Institute's Bookstore & Tibet Shop >

• "Discovering the Sacred" — an interview with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche about the five elements, from Snow Lion Newsletter >

• Ligmincha Institute periodically offers an online course on "Introduction to the Five Elements: Healing With Form, Energy and Light." Learn these meditation practices in the comfort of your own home. Learn more >

• A wide variety of other support materials related to the Five Elements practice are available from Ligmincha Institute's Bookstore & Tibet Shop >

Práctica Guiada del Dzogchen

Esta práctica es dirigida por Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche basada en las enseñanzas antigüas del Budismo Bön del Tibet. Esta es una práctica que se realizó el 18 de abril del 2010.