Sacred Words of Lord Akshobhya: A Commentary to the Two Stages of the Guhysamaja Tantra by Aku Sherab Gyatso - (Sanskrit: Sarva-Tathagata Kaya-Vak-Chitta Rahasya Guhya-Samaja Nama-Maha-Kalpa Raja) - Buddhist Tantra - Part of Tibetan Ayurvedic Medicine Studies: (Tibetan Toh. 442) Guhyasamaja Short Daily Practice Sadhana
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Om Svabhava Shuddha Sarva Dharma Svabhava Shuddho Ham;
Om Ah Vajra Drika Hum 2 (Vajradhara-Akshobhya-Bhaisajyaguru), Om Ah Sparsha Vajra Kham Hum (Prajna Jnana Maha Mudra Samaya Mudra Guhyam), Oh Am JinaJik Om Hum (Vajrasattva-Vairochana-Nishyanda-Shakyamuni Ushnisha), Om Ah Ratna Dhrik Om Hum (Ratnasambhava Nabhi), Om Ah Arolika Ah Hum (Amoghasiddhi Guhyam),
Om Ah Prajna Dhrik Ha Hum (Amoghasiddhi Prajna Jnana Maha Mudra Samaya Mudra Guhyam) (21x)
Om Sarva Tathagata Guhyasamaja Abhishekata Abhisamaya Shri Ye Ah Hum - Om Sarva Tathagata Anura Kana Vajra Svabhava Eh Ma Ko Ham.
According to the Blue Annals, it was first taught by Buddha Shakyamuni to King Indrabodhi of Oddiyana. Namo King Indrabodhi of Oddiyana. The Guhyasamaja Tantra (Wyl. gsang ba 'dus pa) is the main tantra of the Desire Class of Father Tantras.
Om Ah Moha-Rati Lam Hum, Om Ah Dvesha-Rati Mam Hum, Om Ah Raga-Rati Pam Hum, Om Vajra-Rati Tam Hum (Tara), Om Ah Rupa Vajra Hum Hum (Ksitigarbha), Om Ah Shabdha Vajra Hum Hum (Vajrapani), Om Am Gandha Vajra Bam Hum (Akasha Garbha), Om Ah Rasa Vajra Hom Hum (Avalokiteshvara), Jah Hum Bam Ho, Om Ah Maitri Maim Hum, Om Ah Ksitigarbha Thlim Hum, Om Ah Vajrapani Om Hum,
Om Ah Khagarbha Om Hum (Akashagarbha (Skt. Ākāśagarbha; Tib. Namkhé Nyingpo; Wyl. nam mkha'i snying po) — one of the eight great bodhisattvas. He is often depicted as yellow in colour and holding a sword to cut through the destructive emotions. Namo Akasha Garbha Bodhisattva: Tadyatha Kala 2 Kili 2 Biri 2 Huru 2, Vairochana Rasmi Sanchodita Agaccha, Arya Akasha Garbha Maha Karunika Puraya Hashana, Dharaya Buddha Viksh-chayana, Chara 2 Chiri 2 Svaha),
Om Ah Lokeshvara Om Hum; Om Ah Manjushri Hum Hum, Om Ah Sarva Nivarani Viskambhini Om Hum, Om Ah Samantabhadra Sam Hum, Om Ah Prajnanta Krit Hum Hum, Om Ah Padmanta Krit Hum Hum, Om Ah Vighnanta Krit Hum Hum, Om Ah Achala Hum Hum, Om Ah Takkiraja Hum Hum, Om Ah Niladanda Hum Hum, Om Ah Maha Bala Hum Hum, Om Ushnisha Chakra Vartin Hum Hum, Om Ah Sumbha Raja Hum Hum. Dissolution: Om Yoga Shuddha Sarva Dharma Yoga Shuddho Ham; Om Vajra Muh. Sarva Mangalam, Dharma Dhatu Parikram.
Akshobyavajra Guhyasamaja meditation practice manual Second edition: the London practice group sadhana, based on the fuller Gyud Mey Sadhana, with additions and revisions based on guidence from Geshe Tashi Tsering. Used at Jamyang Buddhist Centre from December 2007
Download Akshobyavajra Guhyasamaja Meditation Practice Manual Second edition PDF (512Kb)
First edition: the London practice group sadhana, based on the fuller Gyud Mey sadhana, with additions. Used at Jamyang Buddhist Centre until December 2007
Ganden Jangtse College Guhyasamajya Sadhana Kok Wai Cheong's (Lobsang Namgyal) translation of the fuller sadhana used by Ganden Jangtse College done for the FPMT Masters Course in Istituto Lama Tsongkhapa in Pomaia, Italy.
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Available online from FPMT
Bob Thurman's Guhyasamaja Long Sadhana - Bob Thurman's translation of the fuller sadhana from the Tashilhunpo block prints of the Yabses sung bum with additions. Download Bob Thurman's Long Guhyasamaja Sadhana Robert Thurman Translation PDF (0.3Mb)
The sadhana version used for the first two years of Gyud Mey Khensur Rinpoche's teachings at Jamyang Buddhist Centre (in 2002 and 2003) was Bob Thurman's translation of the fuller sadhana from the Tashilhunpo blocks. The version used for the teachings in 2005 was that of the London practice group.
Translated and edited by Christian K. Wedemeyer
March, 2008 Cloth, 856 pages, ISBN 978-0-9753734-5-3
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