I recognise and honour the fully enlightened state, the state that has no state beyond it.
Awareness, Compassion, Wisdom, Strength, Abundance, Joy, Humour.
May these wholesome and powerful activities eliminate negativity and ignorance, while producing happiness and illumination for the uplifting of the world.
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These prayers are used in daily practice and during empowerment ceremonies. Many thanks to Catherine Sensei and the many karma yogis who have worked on this project.
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Other Reading: What is Wongkur? (Vajrayana Empowerments)
Initiations, empowerments, or wongkur (Tib. དབང་, wang) are considered the spring from which all blessings flow. More literally, these are ritual celebrations in which a specific teaching is transmitted from Teacher to student that enables the student to practice a new form of “Arising Yoga” or “Deity Practice”.
For more information about wongkur, we recommend reading ‘What is Wongkur’, which includes ‘A Western Psychological Orientation to Deity Yoga’ by the Venerable Namgyal Rinpoche and ‘A Traditional Tibetan Vajrayana Buddhist View’ by His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin. It is extensive article, published by Wesley Knapp. Visit and support his archival work at the Sakya Namgyal Archive.
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