Great Compassionate Heart Dharani of Avalokiteśvara: 3 Hours for health, blessings, protection: Video

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    Buddha Weekly GREAT COMPASSION DHARANI 3 HOURS Buddhism

    According to Sutra, chanting this great Heart Dharani of Avalokiteśvara ekadaśamukha,1000-armed, 11-faced Chenrezig Guanyin brings benefits of health, blessings, wealth, no fear, compassion, protection and boundless love. The Benefits of the Dharani in Avalokiteshvara’s words from Sutra:

    “Bhagavan, I have a mantra of Great-Compassionate Heart Dharani and now wish to proclaim it, for comforting and pleasing all living beings; for healing all illness; for living beings to attain additional lifespan; for living beings to gain wealth; for extinguishing all evil karma and weighty sins; for keeping away from hindrance and disasters; for producing merits of all Pure Dharmas; for maturing all virtuous-roots; for overcoming all fears; for fulfilling all good wishes.” — Great-Compassionate Heart Dharani Sutra

    Video:

     

    Chant along with the great Dharani of the compassionate savior Bodhisattva, whose 1000-loving arms reach out with boundless love and compassion (video is hard-subbed for convenience for chant-along.

    For translation see description below):

    NAMO RATNA TRAYĀYA / NAMA ĀRYA JÑĀNA SĀGARA VAIROCANA VYŪHA RĀJĀYA / TATHĀGATĀYA / ARHATE / SAMYAKSAṂ BUDDHĀYA / NAMAḤ SARVA TATHĀGATEVYAḤ / ARHATEVYAḤ SAMYAKSAM BUDDHEVYAḤ / NAMA ĀRYA AVALOKITEŚVARĀYA / BODHISATVĀYA / MAHĀSATVĀYA / MAHĀKĀRUṆIKĀYA / TADYATHĀ / OṂ DHARA DHARA / DHIRI DHIRI / DHURU DHURU / IṬṬI VAṬṬI / JVALE JVALE / PRAJVALE PRAJVALE / KUSUME / KUSUMA / DHARE / ILI MILI / CHITRE CHITE JVALAMAPANAYA / PARAMA SUDDHA SATTVA MAHAKARUNIKA SVAHA

    नमो रतनत्रयाय, नमो आर्य ज्ञाना, सागरा, वैरोचना, व्यूहाराजय, तथागताय, अर्हते ,सम्यक सम् बुद्धाया।। नमो सर्व ताथगतेभ्य, अरहतेभ्य, सम्यक सम् बोधिभ्य। नमो आर्य अवलोखितेश्वराय,बोधिसत्वाय, महासत्तवाय महाकरुणिकाय। तद्यथा, ॐ धरा,धरा, धीरी, धिरी, धुरू धुरु, इतिवित्वी, ज्वले ज्वले, प्राजवले , प्राजवले कुसुमे कुसुमः धरे, इरि मिरी, चित्रेछ्ते चरम अपनाय, परमांसुत्त सत्व महाकरुणिका स्वाहा।। TRANSLATION OF

    MANTRA:

    • Namo Ratna Trayāya (Homage to the Triple Gem)
    • Namaḥ Ārya Jñāna Sāgara (Homage to the ocean of noble wisdom)
    • Vairocana (The Luminous One or The Illuminator)
    • Vyūha Rājāya (To the King of the Manifestations.)
    • Tathāgatāya (To the Tathāgata) Arhate (To the Arhat)
    • Samyaksam Buddhāya (To the perfectly awakened one)
    • Namo Sarva Tathāgatevyah (Homage to all Tathāgatas)
    • Arahatevyah (To the Arhats)
    • Samyaksam Buddhevyaḥ (To the fully and perfectly awakened ones )
    • Namo Arya Avalokiteśvarāya (Homage to Noble Avalokiteśvara )
    • Bodhisattvāya (To the Bodhisattva)
    • Mahasattvāya (To the Great)
    • Mahakarunikāya (To the Greatly Compassionate one)
    • Tadyathā. Ōṃ (Thus. Om)
    • Dhara Dhara, Dhiri Dhiri, Dhuru Dhuru (Sustain us , Sustain us, Sustain us )
    • Iṭṭe vatti ( May we have the strength )
    • Jvale Jvale (or some transliterate cale cale or Itte cale) ( To move forward, to move forward)
    • Prajvale Prajvala (some transliterate Prachale) ( To move forward further, to move further along the path)
    • Kusumē, Kusuma Dhare ( Where to pick the fruits)
    • Ili Mili Chitre Chite Jvalamapanaya. (Who bring the blazing understanding).
    • Parama Suddha Sattva (Pure Wholesome Perfection)
    • Mahakarunikāya Svaha (To the Greatly Compassionate one I prostrate. Well said.)

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    Benefits

    The benefits of reciting this mantra (from the Chinese translation of the Sutra) are:一、

    • 身常无病 Your body has no sickness and you will be healthy二、
    • 诸佛摄受 You will be blessed from all Buddhas三、
    • 财宝衣食受用无尽 You will possess wealth and never lack of food and clothes.
    • 四、能伏怨敌而无所畏 You can subdue enemies without fear.
    • 五、能令众生皆生慈心 You can cause compassion to arise in all sentient beings.
    • 六、蛊毒鬼魅不能中伤 You cannot be harmed by curses, poison, ghosts, or spirits.
    • 七、一切刀杖所不能害 You cannot be harmed by weapons.
    • 八、水不能溺 You cannot be harmed by water.
    • 九、火不能烧 You cannot be harmed by fire.
    • 十、不受一切横死 You won’t die of an untimely accident.

    He is the most powerful aspect of Guanyin Avalokiteshvara Chenrezig, compassion with 1000 arms and 11 faces. In detailed visualizations he has 1000 eyes in each hand as well — eyes and hands that reach out with compassion to save sentient beings from suffering.

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    Lee Kane is the editor of Buddha Weekly, since 2007. His main focuses as a writer are mindfulness techniques, meditation, Dharma and Sutra commentaries, Buddhist practices, international perspectives and traditions, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen. He also covers various events.
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