What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

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What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

Postby do_not_zzz » Sun Sep 23, 2012 6:32 pm

Just curious as to what songs or mantras everyone here at DW use as part of their daily practice. I tend to use Green Tara quite often.

Anyone else willing to share?

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Re: What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

Postby Lhasa » Sun Sep 23, 2012 8:53 pm

I use Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche's 'Sky Dancing" cd and ChNN's Song of Vajra.
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Re: What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

Postby ngodrup » Mon Sep 24, 2012 1:45 am

I was taught not to say what one's practice is to people outside of one's mandala.

That said, Songs?
Well, the Seven Line Prayer of Guru Rinpoche could be called a "song."
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Re: What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

Postby lobster » Wed Sep 26, 2012 2:33 am

http://yinyana.tumblr.com/page/4

I use Om ya ha hum
from the above
info which I am allowed to share with my favourite goat . . .
No spooks in yinyana :spy:

Tara practice (the way I was taught and practice) is quite time consuming.
Guru rinpoche is very strengthening, semi wrathful, worth learning the mantra. :smile:

At the moment using Cundi as a mind stilling before more internal practice . . .

Basically I will praise any passing deity.
While back did a Hindu practice devoted to Ganesha
which I found efficacious . . .
http://theemerald.wordpress.com/2009/03/19/buddhist-deity-ganapati/
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Re: What mantras or songs do you use as part of your practice?

Postby Kaji » Wed Sep 26, 2012 3:18 pm

(1) Recitation of Amitabha's name (nienfo) "Namo Amitābhāya Tathāgathāya"; and (2) the Casket Seal Dharani.

Before eating, drinking or boiling water, I use some other mantra and Buddha's names.
Namas triya-dhvikānāṃ sarva tathāgatānām!
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