May all be auspicious for us. Happy Holidys to you all!

May all be auspicious for us. Happy Holidays to you all!

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If recited when you wake in the morning, you will enjoy the total days fulfilment.

If recited before bed, you will enjoy pleasant dreams.

If recited before activity, all works can be successfully accomplished.

If recited before a contest, you will be victorious.

If recited regularly, you will enjoy long life, glorious health, fame, auspiciousness, prosperity, happiness and removal of negative karma and obscurations. And higher birth is certain. Stated by Buddha.


Tashi Prayer (The Verses of the Eight Noble Auspicious Ones)
by Jamgon Mipham

May all be auspicious for us.

Prostrations to all the Buddhas,
Dharma, and Noble Sangha who
dwell in the Auspicious Realms of
the ten directions where all appearance
is completely pure; its nature spontaneously
perfect.

Prostrations to the Eight Sugatas.
Auspiciousness and success increase
merely hearing your names: Tararaja,
Sthira-kaushala-madhashaya,
Shri-maitreya-lankara, Shri-varashubha-kirti,
Sarva-shayodara-kirtiman, Shri-sumeru-vadaya-kaushala-kirti,
Shri-arya-sattva-shaya-kirti, Shri-mantusha-karakaushala-sukirti.

Prostrations to the Eight Bodhisattvas
characterized gracefully holding each of the emblems:
utpala flower, vajra, white lotus, naga-tree, jewel,
moon, sword, and sun, supreme in granting
auspiciousness and success, the youthful Manjusri,
the glorious Vajrapani, Avalokiteshvara, the protector
Maitreya, Kshitigarbha, Nivaranaviskambin,
Akashagarbha, and noble Samantabhadra.

Prostrations to the Eight Auspicious Goddesses,
the holders of the Eight Precious Symbols,
pleasing with offerings [of beauty, garlands, song, dance, flowers, incense, light, and perfume] to the Buddhas
of all directions and time.

Thinking of their essential qualities makes success and fame grow:
the Precious Umbrella, Auspicious Golden Fish,
Wish-granting Vase, Exquisite Lotus, Conch of Fame,
Knot of Prosperity, Victory Banner, and Majestic Wheel.


Prostrations to the Eight Guardians of the World.
Each holds the divine emblems: wheel, trident,
dart, vajra, vina, sword, stupa,
and banner of victory.
Auspiciously develop
virtue and happiness in the three realms,
Mahabrahma, Shambhu, Narayana,
Sahasrajna, the Kings Dhritirashtra,
Virudhaka, Virupaksha the Lord of Nagas,
and Vaishravana.With the work we have begun now, pacify all obstacles
and harmful influences. May the fulfillment of wishes,
increase of glory, good fortune, prosperity and happiness
be met.

May all be auspicious for us.


May all be auspicious for us. Happy Holidays to you all!


NOTE: The Tashi Prayer is a short text written by Jamyang Mipham (1846-1912), a major figure in 19th Century Tibetan Buddhism. The prayer is a condensation of the much longer Sutra of the Words of Auspiciousness, which was taught by Shakyamuni Buddha. The purpose of the prayer is to pay homage to and supplicate four kinds of awakened beings (buddhas, male bodhisattvas, female bodhisattvas, and protectors) so as to receive their blessings for both spiritual and worldly success.


Link of the prayer: http://buddhism.org/Sutras/DHARMA/DISCOURSES/N-MiphamTashi.htm

Link: https://hhdorjechangbuddhaiiiinfo.com/2022/12/21/may-all-be-auspicious-for-us-happy-holidys-to-you-all/

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