Guan Yin Citta Dharma Door - The Three Golden Practices

Guan Yin Citta Dharma Door – The Three Golden Practices

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Recitation, Making Great Vows, Life Liberation

  • Daily Recitation refers to the fixed number of sutras and mantras to be recited every day. For example, you can recite the Great Compassion Mantra 3 times, Heart Sutra 3 times, Eighty-Eight Buddhas Great Repentance once, and Cundi Dharani 21 times.
  • Performing Daily Recitation is as important as daily food intakes, and it is like earning an income for daily living expenses. On the other hand, reciting Little Houses (Hsiao Fang Tzi), is like paying installments on house loan or other loan repayments. Please take note that the Sutras and mantras recited for Daily Recitation cannot be included in the Little Houses. You need to make separate prayers for Daily Recitation and the Little House. The number of sutras and mantras recited for Daily Recitation and the Little House should also be counted separately.
  • The full title of each sutra and mantra should be read out each time before it is recited. For example, before reciting the content of the Great Compassion Mantra, you should recite its full title: Chien Shou Chien Yan Wu Ai Ta Pei Hsin To Lo Ni; whereas in reciting the Heart Sutra, you should first recite its full title: Po Jo Po Lo Mi To Hsin Ching.
  • It is best to say the corresponding prayers for blessings before you begin your Daily Recitation. Please limit to a maximum of 3 wishes, as making too many wishes would be an act of greed, and therefore not all of the wishes would come true.
  • If you are performing Daily Recitation on behalf of your family, friends, or fellow Dharma cultivators, their full names (first name, middle name, and last name) must be announced before you begin reciting in order for the merits to take full effect.

Recite the Mantra for Purifying Verbal Karma (Jing Kou Ye Zhen Yan) 净口业真言 7 times.

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