Wednesday, July 27, 2016

The Living Journal - Losing Your Religion ?

If a man speaks or acts with a pure thought, happiness follows him like a shadow that never leaves him. --Dhammapada 1:1-2

Do not be ever thinking of yourself and forgetting that there are others; for you have no karma of your own, but the karma of each one is the karma of all. -- Echoes of the Orient 1:482

In fact, every religion presents this idea, but few people, apparently, understand or accept it. Granted, karma is a complicated subject and leaves many wondering: What exactly is karma, and how does it work? Can, or should, we seek to escape "bad karmic situations"? And why has karma being called the Law of the Universe. 

Indeed, one kind thought can open our nature to the blessings that may fan out to benefit thousands. One unkind thought can attract that not only poisons our system, but spreads to others liable to be afflicted to. Still, another thought can affect the behavior of hundreds, bringing them back time and again to the fields of their plantings. 
Some think that karma is administered by almighty God who rewards the good and punishes evildoers. In reality, each individual makes his own karma: we are our karma. We reward and punish ourselves: every incident and situation we find ourselves in is the result of causes we generated in the past. Daily we observe how loving thoughts and deeds make us happy and healthy; mean and selfish thoughts and deeds sicken and depress us and those around us, turning them from us in anger or fear. 

As it's said in Guru Rinpoche  Puja, living beings and their environments are filled with unbelievable problems and sufferings, coming one after another like rainfall, sufferings that are the results of negative karma. 

Many questions raised and asked for a thousand times when one has met adverse or hostile conditions and :-

[1] I have practiced with my devotion faithfully, Why ?
[2] I had prayed every day, Why ?
[3] I have chanted a thousand and a thousand of mantra daily,Why ?
[4] I am a vegetarian and practicing compassion and loving kindness, Why ?
[5] I do charity works and being a charitable person, Why ?
[6] I am suffering a serious illness, Why ?
[7] Is my practise gone wild, Why ?
[8] Buddha or Bodhisattva not responding to my prayers, Why?
Give up hope and lose my faith and religion completely and negative thoughts are powerful to destroy our faith and will always remind you to give up your faiths . Your fears of practise, the more you practise ,and more hostile obstacles will chase after you! 

So you may think to stay away from the spiritual path or Dharma activities, because you are afraid of your negative karma will be ripen and causing you to have many adverse obstacles, bad luck, sufferings or deadly illnesses. It means, we do not understand what Dharma is, you can think, "I'm exhausted so much of my negative karma now that I've accumulated throughout countless of my past lives.". 
It's just like the weathers, the four seasons of Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter will arrive naturally whether you like it or not. So whether you are practicing Dharma or not , our good and negative karma will be knocking our door naturally. 

For example, when you wash a dirty piece of cloth, the water becomes black with dirt. You don't see the black dirt as a negative thing since it means the cloth is getting clean. Rejoice! You should feel great joy about finishing the karma instead of seeing the negative and obstacles are something bad.

In the same way, when we practice Dharma, our negative karma can be ripen causing you to get sick or unwell or obstacles, because you're purifying so much negative karma by practicing Dharma. So you should rejoice when you are having difficulties in life.
"Please grant me blessings to see my obstacles as exhausting the results of my negative karmic imprints, and bless me always transform bad conditions into the path to enlightenment." 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migratory from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016

The Living Journal - The Mystery of The Tibetan Oracle

The word Oracle is an ancient Greece, which can be found in the Oxford dictionaries and the simple definition means as "a priest or priestess acting as a medium through whom advice or prophecy was sought from the gods in classical antiquity." 

According to Tibetan tradition, Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava was born on a lotus in Dhanakosha Lake on the tenth day of the monkey (fifth) month in Year of the Monkey.  
When Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava consecrated Samye Monastery with the Vajrakilaya dance, he tamed the local spirit protector, Pehar Gyalp, and bound him by oath to become the head of the entire hierarchy of Buddhist protective spirits. Pehar, later known as Dorje Drakden, became the principal protector of His Holiness The Dalai Lamas, manifesting through the Nechung Oracle.

The Communist China invasion of Tibet in 1959.
After years of guerrilla war between Tibetan rebels and the Chinese soldiers in a land that China considered to be its territory, thousands of protesters surrounded the Dalai Lama’s palace in Lhasa to keep His Holiness from being abducted, arrested or assassinated. Over the following ,The State the Oracle, the Dalai Lama’s advisor, urged him to flee.  The Tibetan government-in-exile reports variously, 87,000 deaths for Tibetans and this included the monks and nuns during the rebellion.
According to the Dalai Lama, "Tibetans rely on oracles for various reasons. The purpose of the oracles is not just to foretell the future. They are called upon as protectors and sometimes used as healers. However, their primary function is to protect the Buddha Dharma and its practitioners. 

Tibet takes a special position in the world in certain respect: even nowadays the Tibetan Government employs an oracle and it regularly consults him on governmental, political issues as well as on personal matters concerning the Dalai Lama. 
The phenomenon of oracles remains an important part of the Tibetan way of life. Tibetans rely on oracles for various reasons. The purpose of the oracles is not just to foretell the future. They are called upon as wisdom protectors and sometimes used as healers. However, their primary function is to protect the Buddha Dharma and its practitioners. 

In the Tibetan tradition, the word oracle is used for a spirit which enters those men and women who act as mediums between the natural and the spiritual realms. The mediums are, therefore, known as kuten, which literally means, "the physical basis."

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Friday, July 22, 2016

Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva

Om Mani Padme Hum,
Om Mani Padme Hum,
Om Mani Padme Hum,

南摩觀世音菩薩 
南摩觀世音菩薩 
南摩觀世音菩薩 

《法華經》說:“若有無量百千萬億眾生,受諸苦惱,聞是觀世音菩薩,一心稱名,觀世音菩薩即時觀其音聲,皆得解脫.
According to the Mahayana Buddhism, today July 22, it's the Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva's enlightenment day.  Avalokitesvara is a Bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas. Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva is variably depicted and described and is portrayed in different cultures as either female or male. 

In Mahayana Buddhism, Avalokiteśvara has become the somewhat different female form and famously known as the Guan Yin Bodhisattva or The Goddess of Mercy 南摩觀世音菩薩 or 南摩觀自在菩薩. 
In Tibet, Avalokitesvara played as an important  role in Tibetan Buddhism, and is regarded in the Vajrayana teachings as a Buddha. He is called Chenrezig. His eleven heads, which can be interpreted as corresponding to the eleven points of a mandala (its center, four cardinal points, four intermediate points, nadir, and zenith), are arranged in five registers. 

The lowest, displaying peaceful countenances, is surmounted by three levels of wrathful forms; the peaceful Buddha Amitabha is at the top. Each head represents an aspect of the compassionate deity, even the wrathful forms, which reflect Avalokiteshvara's ability to meet ferocious powers with comparable strength, although his heart remains full of compassion. 
His arms, intended to represent the auspicious number one thousand, stretch around him like a wide halo, each bearing an eye to symbolize his unhindered capacity to see. The outstretched hands poignantly suggest an immediate association between the deity's perception of his devotees' needs and his willingness to extend himself to relieve their suffering.

Accordingly, to the Vajrayana Buddhism, The Goddess of Tara came into existence from a single tear shed by Avalokiteśvara. When the tear fell to the ground, it created a lake, and a lotus opening in the lake revealed Tara. 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Thursday, July 21, 2016

Namo Buddha Ya

Buddhism and philosophy encompassing a variety of traditions, beliefs and practices, largely based on the teachings attributed to Siddhartha Gautama, known as the Buddha. The Buddha lived and taught in the Indian. He is recognized by adherents as an awakened teacher who shared his insights to help sentient beings end suffering (or dukkha), achieve nirvana, and escape what is seen as a cycle of suffering and rebirth.

Buddhism and the Dharma that encompasses a variety of traditions, beliefs and spiritual practices largely based on the teachings attributed to the Buddha. Buddhism originated in India, from where it spread through much of Asia, The three major branches of Buddhism are : Theravada , Mahayana and Vajrayana. 
Buddhist schools vary on the exact nature of the path to liberation, the importance and canonicity of various teachings and scriptures, and especially their respective practices. Practices of Buddhism include Refuge, Samatha, Vipassana, Bodhicitta and etc. 
Three major branches of Buddhism feature with different countless skilful and variety of methods which, if they are practised in the proper way, can make the process of accumulation and purification incredibly swift and direct.
In general, Buddhism is a way of finding peace within oneself. It is a religion that helps us to find the happiness and contentment we seek. Buddhists develop inner peace, kindness and wisdom through their daily practice; and then share their experience with others bringing real benefit to this world. They try not to harm others and to live peacefully and gently, working towards the ultimate goal of pure and lasting happiness for all living beings.


Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.


Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Friday, July 15, 2016

The Tibetan Body And Mind Spiritual Meditation

We do have some moments of inner peace, of altruistic love, of deep-felt confident, but, for the most part, these are only fleeting experiences that very fast give way to other less pleasant ones. What if we could train our mind to cultivate these wholesome moments?  

The Tibetan has been practicing meditation for thousand of years. Today we see a surge in its popularity as new benefits continue to be discovered. Meditation has been proven to benefit both our bodies and minds. Many are now realizing an additional advantage — the tremendous benefits, spiritual meditation has for our soul

Meditation is becoming accepted as a part of popular culture. Meditation was introduced to the Western world at the beginning of the 20th century and European intellectuals were exploring the oriental mystical philosophy, which has its roots in meditation, But it took the revolution in thinking of the 60's and like the Beatles takes up meditation and this has created a widespread of public awareness of the practice. 
Meditation is a way for people to explore their own spirituality, there are times when many people are disillusioned with institutionalized religion, meditation offers us a method to enter our own inner world and experience spirituality directly.

Nawang Khechog is a Tibetan and he practiced as a monk for 11 years in India and has studied under His Holiness the Dalai Lama for three decades. His Holiness also guided and sponsored Nawang Khechog during his four years as a hermit meditating in the foothills of the Himalayas. Nawang Khechog fills a truly unique spot in Buddhist culture as a Dharma teacher, a Tibetan flute player, performer, practitioner, and Tibetan freedom fighter.

Tapping into the richness of Tibet's meditation tradition, Nawang Khechog will wholly focus on helping you experience inner stillness. With the Tibetan Meditation guides, Nawang Khechong combines Tibetan spiritual chants with his own masterful flute compositions. 
The result is a soothing blend that has been embraced by many Tibetan and Korean monks, nuns, and people around the world from all walks of life—to enhance a meditative practice or just to find a refreshing moment of pure serenity.

In a unique approach, Nawang Khechog deemphasizes rhythm and uses subtle accents of vocals, bells, percussion, and Western classical instruments to enhance the calming and spacious sound of his meditative flute and Tibetan spiritual chants. 
The Tibetan Meditation melody has a timeless quality that awakens the feeling of sitting on a Himalayan mountain, gazing into infinite space with natural freedom and eternal peace. This is the perfect musical accompaniment for meditation, yoga, tai chi, healing—and complete relaxation.  

Click here for Body and mind meditation

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

Note
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Tuesday, July 12, 2016

The Tibetan's Awakening Dream And Yoga

Tibetan Dream Yoga is the original form of lucid dreaming documented for at least 1,000  years .Also known as Milam - the yoga of the dream state - it's a suite of advanced Tantric techniques. Just like science is beginning to understanding of lucid dreams, the initial aim is to awaken the consciousness in the dream state. However, as for what happens next, Tibetan lamas have more esoteric goals in mind. The Basis of Dream Yoga, Dream yoga is taught within the trance Bardos of Dream and Sleep. In the tradition of tantra, it's usually passed on by a qualified teacher, once the student has passed an initiation.

His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama said: "Tibetan Buddhism considers sleep to be a form of nourishment, like food, that restores and refreshes the body. Another type of nourishment is samadhi, or meditative concentration. If one becomes advanced enough in the practice of meditative concentration, then this itself sustains or nourishes the body."     
Dreams are a significant part of our life. They are as real and unreal as life itself. Dreams are extremely personal - and trans personal, too. Our dreams are a reflection of ourselves: in dreams, no matter how many characters appear, we meet ourselves. Dreams are mirrors to our soul. They can help us to better understand ourselves, our world, and the nature of reality. 

Dreams introduce us to other dimensions of experience. Here, time and space are much more liquid and plastic; they can be shaped and reshaped almost at will. Dreams hint of other worlds, other lives. They are a glimpse of our afterlife. Everyone dreams, although not all dreams are remembered equally.

In this book, The  Awakening dream yoga discovers the Hidden Dimension of Your Life. The Dream Realm "Sleeping and dreaming," teaches nightly opportunities for spiritual awakening." When you know how to wake up in your dreams, you transform sleep into a portal to the deepest experiences of reality. Can anyone awaken in their dreams and explore their true depths? Dream Yoga brings the best from modern science and Tibetan wisdom to guide you this extraordinary opportunity. 
With guidance you'll learn everything you need to know to penetrate the mysteries of the night, including: Meditations for calming and clarifying your mind. How to have lucid dream states naturally using Tibetan practices and contemporary dream induction techniques Practical tips for overcoming common obstacles, enhancing dream recall, working with nightmares, and gleaning insights from your dreams. 

Bringing your skills together to explore the deepest dimensions of awakened consciousness. Each night you touch into the possibility of enlightenment. With awakening dream yoga you will emerge from the darkness of ignorance into the luminous experience of awakening in every moment, day or night. 

Click here for details of the book 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.  

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of these pictures. 
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Friday, July 8, 2016

The Living Journal - Smiles Are Contagious

Use your smile to change the world,
But don't let the world change your smile.

Sometimes the strongest among us are the ones who smile through silent pain, cry behind closed doors and fight battles nobody  knows about. A smile can lift your spirit effortlessly, we smile because we are happy, and we frown because we are sad. Smiling connects us with others. Our smile interprets as a gesture of trustworthiness and friendliness. 
Smiling tells us it makes us more approachable. Very often we pay less attention to the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn our life or someone's life around. 

Happiness is the essence of life and have the power to brighten our lives. We should try to stop being agonized or always stressful about life, we must do our best to stop worrying, we must stop being anxious and we definitely need to stop trying to be complicated of our life. More often than not, we focus on material things and achievements. This takes away our time, happiness and the appreciation for life in its simplicity. 
We must focus more on the spiritual and emotional aspects of our lives. These bring joy, fulfillment and happiness. It may sound simple, but then again, nothing is impossible unless you try. I have a daily rule, is to give everyone I meet a gift even if it's only a kind word, a smile, or a thank you. I always remember smile is contagious and it’s one of the priceless gifts that you can ever give to anyone.

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss.

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

Cry of the Tibetan Herders

Facing the uncertainty tend to produce certain predictable fears.

• Fear of the Unknown
• Fear of Failure
• Fear of Abandonment 
• Fear of Culture and heritage disappearing

To be truthful, there are many fears and uncertainty what lies ahead of the  Tibetan world.” Fear of an uncertain future and all this related fears can stop us from doing great things, and it can keep us holding onto things that are hurting us.  Fear does not make us strong, instead it makes us weak and incapable of function our minds and thoughts in a right direction. 
In Tibet, an estimated 2 - 3 million Tibetan herders live with their herds in the northern and eastern regions of the plateau. Tibetan herders have lived for centuries in the high grasslands of Central Asia, yet many development programs are currently transforming their lives. Tibetan herders face uncertain future and the traditional herder is fast vanishing by one of the main assumptions of PRC policy, China
Many people’s lives are dedicated to Tibetan Buddhism. Religious customs are part of everyday life, from chanting mantras and prostrating in a local square to walking the ‘kora’ around a temple or sacred site. China wishes to control and limit Tibetan Buddhism in order to weaken Tibetan identity and strengthen its control over Tibet.

Monks and nuns also face restrictions on their practise and China’s military put on shows of force at religious events. Access to important pilgrimage sites is restricted and many sacred lakes and mountains have been dammed and mined without Tibetans' consent.

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Happy 81st Birthday, Your Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

If our tears do not lead us to act, 
Then we have lost the reason of our humanity, 
Which is called the compassion.
Famous quotes by His Holiness The 14th Dalai Lama

His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama was born in July 06, 1935 and His religious name is Tenzin Gyatso. His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama is important monks of the Gelug school, the newest school of Tibetan Buddhism. The 14th Dalai Lama was born in Taktser village and He was the reincarnation of the 13th Dalai Lama. In 1937 at the aged of two His Holiness was formally recognized as the 14th Dalai Lama.
In November 1950, at the age of 15, His Holiness lost in Homeland after China's invasion of Tibet.  During the 1959, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama escaped and fled to India. The 14th Dalai Lama received the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989. He has traveled the world and has spoken about the welfare of Tibetans, environment, economics, women's rights, non-violence, interfaith dialogue, physics, astronomy, Buddhism and science, cognitive neuroscience, reproductive health, and sexuality, along with various Mahayana and Vajrayana topics. 

When we see His Holiness the Dalai Lama, what we are actually seeing is the holy body of the Compassion Buddha in human form. His Holiness the Dalai Lama is the actual living Compassion Buddha, so besides hearing his holy speech, even just seeing his holy body is great purification—it makes preparation in our mind for us to be liberated from the oceans of samsaric suffering and plants the seed of enlightenment. 
By seeing His Holiness, especially by hearing his holy speech, and by seeing all his qualities, the hearts of many millions in the world have been filled with hope and joy and peace. 


A good news, You get notified by an instant notification of latest message posted by the Dalai Lama Himself. 

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Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

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Friday, July 1, 2016

The Wrathful Vajra Manifestation of Guru Rinpoche - Dorje Drolo

Guru Rinpoche Padmasambhava is the first person to introduce Buddhism in Bhutan. Guru Padmasambhava reverently known as Guru Rinpoche flew on a female flying tigress in pursuit of a demon that he subdued at the present location.  

The name Taktsang refers to 'Tiger’s liar ' or Tiger's Nest' which is literally believed that Guru Rinpoche flew to this place from Tibet in the back of a tigress. Following which, Guru Rinpoche meditated in a cave and emerged in eight manifestations and blessed the place. It's believed that Guru Padmasambhava have meditated in Taktsang Senge Samdup cave for three years, three months, three weeks, three days and three hours.

Dorje Drolo the wild wrathful Vajra  is one of the most fearsome Manifestation forms of Guru Rinpoche. Guru Rinpoche in a wrathful form riding upon a tigress. He assumed this manifestation in Paro Taktsang in Bhutan in order to bring the local deities and guardians under his control.
Guru Rinpoche manifested in "the wisdom form of a very wrathful and fearsome aspect of Dorje Drolo" to known as 'The Wild Wrathful Vajra' binding worldly spirits, demons under oath to protect the terma treasures and serve the Dharma. Hence, the place is named so Pako Taktsang and 'Tiger’s Nest' or 'Tiger Liars' Monastery in English. 

In 1692 where Pako Taktsang was constructed by Gyalse Tenzin Rabgye, the then secular ruler of Bhutan, built a temple to commemorate the holy site. Presently the Monastery is a complex of temples that abounds in paintings, statues and artifacts. 
Taktsang is one of the most sacred sites which is a must visit at least once in a lifetime for a Buddhist and for a traveler a must see and visit travel destination for its sheer spectacular site and architectural delight. It is an hour and half climb uphill through the beautiful natural splendor of Paro Valley. 

Taktsang  or the Tiger's Liar or the 'Tiger's Nest' in Paro valley is one of the most visited hotspot tourist attractions in Bhutan. Located around 900 meters above the Paro valley on a precarious almost vertical mountain cliff, Taktsang Monastery is truly a wonderful and spectacular sight in terms of its location, setting and history. 
It is one of the holiest sites in the Buddhist arena. In the 8th Century, Buddhist saint and harbinger of Buddhism to Bhutan, Guru Padmasambhava reverently known as Guru Rinpoche flew on a female flying tigress in pursuit of a demon that he subdued at the present location. Following which, he meditated in a cave and emerged in eight manifestations and blessed the place. 

Thank you for reading, may you find peace and great bliss. With your support it helps to spread the Buddha’s precious teachings and turning the Dharma wheels in the world.

Aspiration For Bodhichitta
For those in whom the precious Bodhichitta has not arisen
May it arise and not decrease
But increase further and further.

Nagarjuna's Dedication of Merit
By this merit may we obtain omniscience then.
Having defeated the enemies wrong-doings.
May we liberate migrators from the ocean of existence.
With its stormy waves of birth, old age, sickness and death.

*Note
I do not own or infringe any copyright of these pictures.
Pictures courtesy and credit to the rightful owners.