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Mahakala - short daily practice

Mahakala short daily practice - coverThe Short Daily Practice of Mahakala
— by Khenpo Karsang Tenzin

Two-Armed Bernakchen "Mahakala" Dharma Protector.

Mahakala BernakchenThe ultimately inseparable Dharma Protector Mahakala is the wrathful form manifested from all Buddhas and Bodhisattvas when they subdue the extreme degenerated sentient beings.

Mahakala is the Bodhisattva with immeasurable power of blessings.
He protects the practitioners and all sentient beings from obstacles and leads them to complete Buddhahood for the benefit of oneself and all sentient beings.

In the last ten years, Khenpo Karsang Tenzin has been traveling in South East Asia and European countries spreading dharma and establishing an Internet Library.

He said: "I will apply all my experience in upgrading myself, doing research and translation work. In addition, I will also introduce the essence and positivity of Buddhism to foreign countries".

Released Date: 2013-02-25

1. Practitioners are required to receive empowerment and oral transmission from his Vajra Guru.
2. When meditating and reciting, practitioners should offer tea and five types of grains in front of Dharma Protector's sacred image.
3. The best practicing time will be after noontime or on the Dharma Protector's day which is the 29th day of each month according to Tibetan Calendar.
— The Fourteen Gyalwa Karmapa Thekchok Dorje

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