Friday, June 24, 2016

Guru Rinpoche Manifestation of Wealth Deity - Lama Orgyen Norlha

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Guru Rinpoche emanates as Orgyen Norlha who appears as a wealth deity, surrounded by the assembly of wealth gods and goddess. According to the Sadhanas, for the practice by offering the "Serak" who will be dispatched away with all their evil thoughts and negative motivation of harm, along with the effigies.

Those who had received the initiation to recite His mantra will have a strong blessings in the form of good fortune, luck, and longevity, enriching prosperity in Dharma and material wealth and good health.

In order to benefit sentient beings, Guru Rinpoche manifested into different forms to liberate them from samaras. One of the manifestations is Lama Orgyen Norlha, the Guru of all Dzambhalas. Guru Rinpoche, manifested into a single form which is the present practice of generosity as indicated by the mongoose on the left hand of spitting out the jewels, in his right hand the supreme wish-granting jewels and under his left arm a victory banner held spending aloft.

Guru Dzambhala or Lama Orgyen Norlha blessings increase the energy of prosperity. It removes the sufferings of poverty. It relieves one's mind and allows practitioners to practice dharma without worries. 
The Orgyen Norlha practice is especially effective for capturing, restoring and increasing the energy of 'yang' or wealth. Wealth in this sense not only refers to monetary wealth, but to anything that has value in our lives—the richness of vibrant health, nutritious food, clean environments; the prosperity that comes from the creative forces of the universe, the richness of friendship and community, the wealth that comes from inner peace and happiness, as well as material prosperity. 

As the world is now may lead into an economic crisis and hardship, the need to strengthen yang and restore lost yang is greater than ever. In this practice, the principal deity is Lama Khandro Orgyen Norlha, aka Orgyen Khandro Norlha, or Guru Dzambhala, who is Guru Rinpoche manifesting as the divine god of wealth surrounded by the assembly of wealth gods and goddesses. Guru Dzambhala, the Guru of all Dzambhala, is the embodiment of the perfect generosity of all buddhas and bodhisattvas in the past, present and future.

Origin of Guru Dzambhala or Lama Orgyen Norlha
During one winter time, when Guru Rinpoche traveled and visited Tibet, the entire people were suffering from poverty. Thrisong Detsen, the King of Tibet, out of compassion requested Guru Rinpoche to do something that could help his people. 
Guru Rinpoche miraculously, manifested himself into Lama Orgyen Norlha and did Ugyen Norlha’s puja and blessed the whole land. Thereafter the region has never experienced poverty life; People enjoyed and had better living. Before Guru Rinpoche left Tibet, he had hidden the Lama Orgeyn Khandro Norlha Yabyum the union one and Lama Orgyen Norlha's practice text (scripts) in a secret place directing Dakinis and Protector to safeguard it, until Terton (Treasure Revealer)


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