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Title: Migtsema - The mantra of Je Tsongkhapa
Post by: TMingyur on December 03, 2009, 11:59:20 pm
http://www.migtsema.com


http://www.migtsema.com/blog/


MIG ME TSE WAI TER CHEN CHEN RE ZI
Avalokiteshvara, great treasure of immeasurable compassion,

DRI ME KHYEN PE WONG PO JAM PE YANG
Manjushri, Lord of the stainless wisdom,

DU PUNG MA LU JOM DZE SANG WAI DAG
Vajrapani, destroyer of Mara's forces without exception,

GANG CHEN KHE PE TZUG GYEN TSONG KHA PA
Tsong-khapa, crown jewel of the sages of the Land of the Snow,

LO ZANG DRAG PAY ZHAB LA SOL WA DEB
Losang Dragpa, I make requests at your feet.
Title: Re: Migtsema - The mantra of Je Tsongkhapa
Post by: treederwright on August 31, 2010, 05:33:23 pm
I love this mantra, I say it all day at work ! :D

I heard its all three in one Chenrezig Manjushri and Vajrapani
Title: Re: Migtsema - The mantra of Je Tsongkhapa
Post by: Steveyboy on October 04, 2012, 10:31:16 pm
I heard from Tsem Rinpoche's teachings that Migtsema is a combination of the blessings of 3 Bodhisattvas - Manjushri which is the combined forces of all of the Buddha's wisdom, Avalokiteshvara, the combined forces of all of the Buddha's Compassion and Vajrapani is the combined forces of all of the Buddha's power and skillful means. That means we are gaining a very potent sort of blessings. However, Rinpoche did stress on Manjushi's blessings as wisdom gives us the power to realize the Dharma so we can achieve real realisations of the teachings. I find this really cool and the good thing about Migtsema's practice is that one does not need any initiation in order to engage in this practice. I find that powerful and engaging.
Title: Re: Migtsema - The mantra of Je Tsongkhapa
Post by: Lobster on October 11, 2012, 05:59:39 pm
video inspired by my migtsema retreat . . .
http://youtu.be/NM4yuZN0Tts (http://youtu.be/NM4yuZN0Tts)
Title: Re: Migtsema - The mantra of Je Tsongkhapa
Post by: Darreth on January 07, 2016, 03:55:12 pm
What language is this?  (I think I understand it to be Tibetan but is there another classification (Name) for the language?)  thank you for your help :namaste:
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