Feb 8, 2018

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PART 2 – PRAYING: A KIND OF SPIRITUAL PRACTICE IN BUDDHISM (Cầu nguyện: Một pháp tu của đạo Phật)

PART 2 – PRAYING: A KIND OF SPIRITUAL PRACTICE IN BUDDHISM
PRAYING: A SPIRITUAL PRACTICE

The image of Buddhist lay men and women joining hands praying in front of Buddha and Bodhisattva statues in pagodas and temples on the 1st and 15th days of each lunar month or Buddhist celebration
dates is beautiful. Whatever they are praying for, this refers to an intimate connection between men and religion, existing reality and metaphysical spirituality. It is said that on his enthronement at the age of three, the reincarnation of the 4th Do Drupchen can chant The Seven Line Prayer and many others effortlessly and genuinely in the admiration of thousands of witnesses.  Praying is seen as a noble quality of Tibetan Tantra Gurus. 

Unlike other religions, Buddhism takes heed to prayers as a mode of activation of potentials of the subject as well as focuses on more diversified and supreme aspects.

Mantra is put in places where people need encouragement and protection


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