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The Shurangama Mantra is a long and old mantra of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Buddhism. Although relatively unknown in modern Tibet, there are several texts of the Shurangama Mantra in the Vajrayana Buddhist canon. It is related to the Tangmi and Shingon schools. The word “Suramgama” is translated as “Great Samantha Firmly”. It means Buddha nature, the inherent true nature of all sentient beings that all Buddhist schools refer to. #Buddhism #BuddhistMantra Buddha, Buddhist, Sutra, Dharma, Buddhist Traditions, Bhikkhu, Vajra, Buddhist Mantra, Guanyin

The Shurangama Mantra is a long and old mantra of Chinese, Japanese, and Korean Buddhism. Although relatively unknown in modern Tibet, there are several texts of the Shurangama Mantra in the Vajrayana Buddhist canon. It is related to the Tangmi and Shingon schools. The word “Suramgama” is translated as “Great Samantha Firmly”. It means Buddha nature, the inherent true nature of all sentient beings that all Buddhist schools refer to. #Buddhism #BuddhistMantra

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Nguyễn An
Phurba or Kila: the most potent of wrathful ritual implements in Vajrayana Buddhism, symbolizes the Karma activity of the Buddhas 16 Wrathful Deities, Buddhist Artwork, Buddhist Iconography, Vajrayana Buddhism, Spiritual Paintings, Buddhist Symbols, Buddhist Practices, Thangka Painting, Ancient Mythology

Once a year, at Sera Jey Monastery, the ancient Phurba of Hayagriva (Yidam Tamdin) is used to bless literally thousands of people who come for that one day

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Giang Nguyen Van