His Holiness the Sakya Trichen, the 41st Head of Sakya Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism - Boston 2018 Program

His Holiness the Sakya Trichen, the 41st Head of Sakya Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism - Boston 2018 Program

His Holiness the Sakya Trichen will bestow Yamantaka, Green Tara, Golden Tara, Long Life, Medicine Buddha, and Vajrayogini Empowerments, as well as lead Vajrayogini Changchog from April 5th - 9th, 2018. For more details and tickets, please visit sakya.net.

VIDEOS

Praises to 21 Tārā & Khadiravaṇatārā Mantra

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Svāhā

ༀ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the Praises to 21 Tara (30 min) and Khadiravaṇatārā Mantra (30 min). The English, Tibetan, and Sanskrit text of the Praises to 21 Tara can be downloaded here: Praises to 21 Tara.

Praises to 21 Tārā & Pravīratārā Mantra

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Vāśam Kuru Svāhā

ༀ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུ་ཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་ཝཱ་ཤཾ་ཀུ་རུ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the Praises to 21 Tara (30 min) and Pravīratārā Mantra (30 min). The English, Tibetan, and Sanskrit text of the Praises to 21 Tara can be downloaded here: Praises to 21 Tara.

Praises to 21 Tārā & Candrakāntitārā Mantra

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Śāntīṁ Kuru Svāhā

ཨོཾ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུ་ཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་ཤཱནྟིཾ་ཀུ་རུ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the Praises to 21 Tara (30 min) and Candrakāntitārā Mantra (30 min). The English, Tibetan, and Sanskrit text of the Praises to 21 Tara can be downloaded here: Praises to 21 Tara.

Praises to 21 Tārā & Kanakavarṇatārā Mantra

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Puṣṭiṃ Kuru Svāhā

ཨོཾ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུ་ཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་པུཥྚིཾ་ཀུ་རུ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

 

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the Praises to 21 Tara (30 min) and Kanakavarṇatārā Mantra (30 min). The English, Tibetan, and Sanskrit text of the Praises to 21 Tara can be downloaded here: Praises to 21 Tara.

Praises to 21 Tārā & Bhṛkuṭītārā Mantra

Oṃ Tāre Tuttāre Ture Vajra Mahā Pāda Bhasmiṃ Kuru Svāhā

ཨོཾ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུ་ཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་བཛྲ་མ་ཧཱ་པཱ་ད་བྷསྨིཾ་ཀུ་རུ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the Praises to 21 Tara (30 min) and Bhṛkuṭītārā Mantra (30 min). The English, Tibetan, and Sanskrit text of the Praises to 21 Tara can be downloaded here: Praises to 21 Tara.

Gutor: Lunar year end purification, repelling, and protection mantra and prayer of Prajnaparamita (the Heart Sutra)

Prajnaparamita Mantra

Tadyatha om gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha

Prajnaparamita Repelling Prayer

Namo!

Prostration to the Guru

Prostration to the Buddha

Prostration to the Dharma

Prostration to the Sangha

Prostration to the Great Mother, the Perfection of Wisdom

Through relying upon the power and strength of prostrating to you, may the truth of our words be accomplished.

Just as the powerful god Sakra, having previously relying upon the power and strength of reciting the words and contemplating the profound meaning of the Great Mother, the Perfection of Wisdom repelled Mara and the like, so likewise do we also rely upon the power and strength of reciting the words and contemplating the profound meaning of the Great Mother, the Perfection of Wisdom. Through the truth of the speech of the Noble Triple Gem, may all the opposing forces, abandonments, and unfavorable conditions for accomplishing the holy Dharma by ourselves and our circles be repelled. (CLAP)

May they be destroyed. (CLAP)

May they be allayed. (CLAP)

May they be thoroughly allayed.

Through method, refuge, purification, and of the pure Mahayana, may the activities of Mara, which completely deceive sentient beings be repelled.

In the following video, Lama Migmar Tseten recites Prajnaparamita mantra (30 min) and Prajnaparamita repelling prayer (30 min).

Gutor: Lunar year end purification, repelling, and protection mantra and prayer of Dakini Simhamukha (Lion-Headed Dakini)

Dakini Simhamukha (Lion-Headed Dakini) Mantra

A – ka – sa – ma – ra – cha – sa – da – ra – sa – ma – ra – ya – phat

Dakini Simhamukha (Lion-Headed Dakini) Repelling Prayer

By the blessings of the true transmission of the Guru, one’s true spiritual friend, the true transmission of the Buddhas, the true transmission of the Dharma, the true transmission of the Sangha, the true transmission of the assembled deities of the mandala of meditation deities, the true transmission of the dharmapalas, the guardians of the teachings who possess the eye of wisdom and in particular, the true transmission of the wisdom Dakini Simhamukha with her retinue of an assembly of hundreds of millions of dakinis, and the great truth, here and now, may the obstacles of illness and demons, strong attachments and fears, curses and sorcery and so on, in short, may all that is contrary to we yogins, masters, disciples, and patrons and our companions, be warded off immediately! (CLAP)

May it not exist! (CLAP)

May it become nothing! (CLAP)

By this virtue, having quickly attained the stage of the Jnanadakini, may all migrating beings altogether also be placed upon her stage.

In the following video, Lama Migmar Tseten recites Dakini Simhamukha mantra (30 min) and Dakini Simhamukha repelling prayer (30 min).

Gutor: Lunar year end purification, repelling, and protection mantra and prayer of Sitatapatra (White Umbrella)

Sitatapatra (White Umbrella) Mantra

Tadyatha Om anale anale khasame khasame vaira vaira saume saume sante sante dante dante visade visade vire vire devivajradhari bhandha bhandhani vajrapani phat Om hum hum drum stam phat svaha hum drum bhanda phat Please protect me! svaha Om vajrapani bhanda vajrapasena mama sarva dustam vinayakam hum hum phat phat svaha

Sitatapatra (White Umbrella) Repelling Prayer

Blessed Sitatapatra with assembly of deities,

with unobstructed might and strength,

by the mighty force of your compassionate aspiration,

according to my supplication,

spread wide the teachings of the Buddha,

make all sentient beings happy,

please ward off the strong attachment and fears

of the patrons with their retinues, (CLAP)

ward off bad indications in dreams, (CLAP)

ward off bad signs and conditions, (CLAP)

ward off the evil plans of enemies and ghosts, (CLAP)

ward off the eighty four evil omens, (CLAP)

ward off the three hundred and sixty accidents, (CLAP)

ward off the four hundred four classes of illness, (CLAP)

ward off one thousand and eighty obstructers, (CLAP)

ward off eight kinds of untimely death, (CLAP)

ward off the disturbances of demons above, (CLAP)

ward off the manifestation of ghosts below, (CLAP)

ward off the harm to those we respect, (CLAP)

ward off the manifestation of ancestral ghosts, (CLAP)

ward off diseases being loosed among humans, (CLAP)

ward off illnesses in cattle, (CLAP)

ward off the emergence of sky pollution, (CLAP)

ward off the disturbances of the poison arrows of the earth, (CLAP)

ward off bad magic squares and trigrams, (CLAP)

please ward off the manifestation of hindrances and calamities. (CLAP)

In the following video, Lama Migmar Tseten recites Sitatapatra mantra (30 min) and Sitatapatra repelling prayer (30 min).

Arya Bhadra Charya: the King of Noble Prayers Aspiring to the Deeds of the Excellent

Lama Migmar Tseten recites the King of Noble Prayers Aspiring to the Deeds of the Excellent. To download the text, please click The King of Noble Prayers.

16 Arhats Puja

In celebration of the Buddha’s birth, enlightenment, and passing away, Lama Migmar leads the 16 Arhats Puja.

Guru Padmasambhava

Lama Migmar and students celebrating the completion of Guru Padmasambhava life size statue.

Mangalam Yantra Yoga

The following video is a trailer of Mangalam Yantra Yoga directed by Khenpo Migmar Tseten & performed by David Magone, the Boston’s Best Yoga Instructor & founder of PranaVayu Yoga.

You may also purchase a package of five videos of Mangalam Yantra Yoga that you can watch at anytime as reference & guidance for your daily practice. These videos are available for those who have received Green Tara empowerment, transmission, and instruction from Khenpo Migmar Tseten.

Please send an email to mangalamstudio8@gmail.com if you are interested.

21 Tara

21 Tara has been launched as an act of devotion to Āryatārā, and to celebrate the completion of the new series of 21 Tārā thangkhas and the new translation of The 21 Praises to Tārā commissioned by Khenpo Migmar Tseten. Āryatārā (རྗེ་བཙུན་སྒྲོལ་མ་) is a female Buddha venerated by all Vajrayāna Buddhists worldwide. The preservation of these thangka arts is very important because there are many profound teachings, mindfulness meditation, and yoga practices associated with each of these thangkas.

This 21 Tara website is dedicated to Khenpo Lama Migmar’s late mother, Sonam Yudon, who passed away on Thanksgiving Day in 2010.

 

Vajrayogini

We share spiritual practice materials on our Vajrayogini site to support worldwide Vajrayogini practitioners in their daily practices.

 

Gana Puja

Lama Migmar invites practitioners to perform Gana Puja of Tara and Vajrayogini on the Dakini day of the 10th and 25th day of lunar calendar. The Tsog offering materials are restricted – only practitioners who have received the empowerment should download the following materials:

Tara Tsog Offering

Vajrayogini Tsog Offering

Please click here for the dates of 10th and 25th day of lunar calendar.