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Mahayana Practice

As Rinpoche advises,  we should always generate good merits while having positive thoughts and good intentions. Doing so will help us in our future spiritual practice ; by encountering fewer obstacles and having more freedom to practice Dharma. 

One of the way to accumulate merits is by doing Mahayana practice, where we start with the prayers of 8 Noble Auspicious Ones, remember the kindness and deeds of the buddha,  practice generosity through mandala offerings and make strong aspirations and dedications  for all sentient beings to attain enlightenment.

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Vajrayana Practice

As Dharma followers, we may sometimes break our vows or commitments (usually called as Samaya) - intentionally / unintentionally - while living our daily mundane lives.

 

Hence, the practice of Yar Ngo/ Vajrayana is extremely important, as it:

A. Purifies our negative karma and restore the vows /commitments we have broken through confession

 

B. Accumulate merits through making aspirations and dedications for all beings to attain  enlightenment.

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