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Since words create our reality (see prajna), there are certain words to avoid: Please see also: Words to Avoid.

Na Mwo Sa Dan Two Su Chye Dwo Ye E La He Di San Myau San Pu Two Sye. Chr Two Ni E Jya La Mi Li Ju Bwo Li Dan La Ye Ning Jye Li Namo Medicine King Bodhisattva: She Lu Seng E Mu Chywe Ye Nan Wei La Ye Wei La Ye Sa Wa He

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NOTE: Numerous corrections and enhancements have been made under Shastra tradition and “Fair Use” by an Anonymous Buddhist Monk Redactor (Compiler) of this Online Buddhist Encyclopedia Compilation)


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publicly and freely donates this scholarly redaction and commentary as an

offering to the Triple Jewel (Namo Ratna Trayaya Namo Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha)

in service to all living beings. The timeless Ayur-Veda Healing Dharma is a priceless jewel and hence a price cannot be assigned to it, nor ownership claimed for it.

Dedication

Medicine Buddha Sanskrit Buddhist Ayurvedic Healing Mantra

for use with in “Dedicating the Merit” of the previous page of studies and teachings:

Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru

Vaidurya Prabha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhate

Samyaksam Buddhaya

Tadyata Om Bhaisajay Bhaisajay Bhaisajya Samudgatay Svaha

Namo Quelling Disasters Lengthening Life Medicine Master Buddha

Dedicated to the health, happiness, compassion and wisdom of all sentient beings.

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Based on the compiled Healing Dharma teachings, Sutras, Shastras and Chinese, Tibetan, and Indian healing teachings of the following masters: Namo Arya Bodhisattva Sheng Nong (founder of Chinese Medicine) - Namo Arya Jivaka (Ayurvedic Doctor of the Buddha Shakyamuni) - Namo Arya Charaka - Namo Arya Monk Nagarjuna Bodhisattva - Namo Arya Monk Jian Zhen Shr (brought Chinese Medicine to Japan) - Namo Arya Monk Da Xin Fa Shr - Namo Arya Monk Shen Kai Shang Ren Shr - Namo Arya Monk Hsuan Hua Shang Ren Shr - Namo Upasaka Vasant Lad Shri Vagbhata Namaha.

In order to give credit where credit is due, please read aloud this verse:

“From these Master Teachers and the Three Precious Gems (Namo Ratna Trayaya) I take safe direction with myself clear as a Bodhisattva holding Compassion and Wisdom (Maha Prajna Paramita), I present you with offerings.”

“Upholding the teachings of Sutra (Scripture) and Mantra (Prayer - Chanting), I restrain myself from a wide variety of faulty deeds” (1. Killing – Harming Other Beings, 2. Stealing, 3. Sexual Misconduct, 4. Lying - Harsh Speech - Gossip-Slander - Lewd Speech, 5. Alcohol-Cigarettes-Drug Taking).

“Amassing within all constructive measures” (Upaya Paramita - skillful means), “I benefit beings through the four types of giving - Dharma (compassion-wisdom teachings), Pala (protection and encouragement), Maitri (loving kindness), Artha (resources, food, clothing, shelter, medicine, relationships, money).



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Since words create our reality (see prajna), there are certain words to avoid: Please see also: Words to Avoid

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Medicine Buddha Mantra: Om Namo Bhagavate Bhaisajya Guru Vaidurya Prabaha Rajaya Tathagataya Arhate Samyamsambodhi Tadyata Om Bhaisajye Bhaisajye Bhaisajya Samudgate Svaha!

Medicine King Bodhisattva Jeweled Ax Mantra 16 (Line 64 of the Great Compassion Mantra of Avalokiteshvara):

Syi lu seng e mu chywe ye Nan Wei la ye Wei la ye Sa wa he.

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