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13 12 2011  465 LESSON  The High King Avalokitesvara Sutra May
these merits and virtues


be spread universally to everything.




Fully recite this one thousand times, A


And serious sins will be purified.

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The seal of Nalanda University set in terracotta on display in the ASI Museum in Nalanda

Wide view of the other (back) side of Sariputta’s Stupa.

As they stood, before the Nalanda University was excavated.

The Sariputta Stupa

Back side view of Sariputta Stupa

Front view of Sariputta Stupa

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Approaching the ruins

Monastery #4

View from the upper floor

Many of the 108 monasteries that once existed here have two or more floors, with 30 or 40 rooms per floor. Only 11 monasteries have been excavated so far. Many of the rest are thought to lie buried under the surrounding villages.

Steps and passages (more)

 

 

 

 

Well inside monastery #4

Each monastery had a well, often with an octagonal cross-section.

Monastery #4 entrance (more)

Monks’ rooms

Shrine across Monastery #4

Across each monastery was a chaitya, or temple, with an image of the Buddha.

A monk’s room from above

Passageway (more)

The local guides say that this is where the visiting scholar Hiuen Tsang meditated, in a dark corner at the end of this corridor (the end where the photographer stands).

Wood fired ovens

These ovens apparently served multiple needs -- cooking ovens, smelting copper, and other laboratory work.

Bathroom with drains

Not a toilet but a bathing / washing place. Well-designed open drains are a common sight in these monasteries.



Catwalk between
Monasteries #1 and #4

Adjacent monasteries were connected by these catwalk like constructions. A narrow corridor between monasteries (this one used as the main entrance to the ruins) is typical.

One monk per room,
up to 40 rooms per floor

View of Temple #3 from
Monastery #1

Monastery #1 courtyard
and grain storage (left)

Temple #12 (more)

Temple #12 steps etc.

Brickwork sample

View from temple #12

Monastery #8 (more)

Monastery #9

Octagonal well

Podium in Monastery #9

Each monastery had one. It housed a Buddha image and/or was used as a lectern by the teachers.

Former monks’ quarters

University corridor (1, 2)

Area near Monastery #4

Temple #13

 




Temple #2  

Stone base, brick top

Musician woman

Amorous couple

Musicians

Amorous couple

Amorous couple

Warrior with sword

Half-human musician

Path leading to the ruins

Bodhi trees in the park

With the ruins of Nalanda directly behind

ASI museum at Nalanda

Nalanda Overview



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Awakeness
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Traditionally there are 84,000 Dhamma
Doors - 84,000 ways to get Awakeness. Maybe so; certainly the Buddha taught a
large number of practices that lead to Awakeness. This web page
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Pali Suttas (DN, MN, SN, AN, Ud & Sn 
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The discourses of Buddha are divided into 84,000, as
to separate addresses. The division includes all that was spoken by Buddha.”I
received from Buddha,” said Ananda, “82,000 Khandas, and
  from the priests 2000; these
are 84,000 Khandas maintained by me.” They are divided into 275,250, as to the
stanzas of the original text, and into 361,550, as to the stanzas of the
commentary. All the discourses including both those of Buddha and those of the
commentator, are divided  into 2,547
banawaras, containing 737,000 stanzas, and 29,368,000 separate letters.


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High
King Avalokitesvara Sutra


The
High King Avalokitesvara Sutra

(Taisho Tripitaka 2898)


 




Homage to Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva.

Namo Buddha-yah.
Namo Dharma-yah
Namo Sangha-yah

Due to the great relationship with Buddhas’ Worlds,
and the interlinked great causes,
There comes the Buddha’s Dharmas,
which is Eternal, Bliss, Self, and Pure;
And we have become the relations of the Buddha-Dharmas.

Namo Maha Prajna Paramita, the great sacrosanct mantra;
Namo Maha Prajna Paramita, the great brilliant mantra;
Namo Maha Prajna Paramita, the unsurpassed mantra;
Namo Maha Prajna Paramita, the unequaled mantra.

Namo Pure Light Secret Buddha, Dharma Treasury Buddha, the Tranquil King Buddha
with Lion’s roar and divine speed, the Sumeru Light King Buddha announced by
Buddha, Dharma Protector Buddha, Vajra Treasury Roaming Lion Buddha, Precious
Victory Buddha, Supernatural Power Buddha, Medicine Master Crystal Light King
Buddha, Universal Light Merit Mountain King Buddha, Merit Retaining Jewel King
Buddha,

the seven past Buddhas, the coming one thousand Buddhas of the Fortunate kalpa,
the fifteen hundred Buddhas, the fifteen thousand Buddhas, the five hundred
Flower Victory Buddhas, the one hundred billion Vajra Treasury Buddhas, and
Samadhi Light Buddha.

The Buddhas of Six Directions:
To the East the Precious Light Moon Palace Venerable Wonderful Voice King
Buddha,
To the South the Tree-Root Flower King Buddha,
To the West the Spiritual Power Flower Blazing King Buddha,
To the North the Moon Palace Purity Buddha,
Above, the countless Vigor Jewel Crown Buddha,
Below, the Tranquil Moon Sound King Buddha.

All the countless Buddhas, Prabhuta-ratna(Many Treasures) Buddha, Sakyamuni
Buddha, Maitreya Buddha, Akshobhya Buddha, Amitabha Buddha,

All beings in the Central Realm, and those in the Pure Lands, while moving upon
the Earth and in the Heavens, continually shower compassion upon all living
beings, affording them equanimity and peace, that they might cultivate day and
night. By constantly invoking this sutra, one is liberated from the pain of
death and birth, and freed from all the many kinds of suffering.

Namo the Great Wisdom Avalokitesvara, the Observant Avalokitesvara, the Noble
Avalokitesvara, the Expansively-Minded Avalokitesvara, the Medicine King
Bodhisattva, the Supreme Medicine Bodhisattva, Manjusri Bodhisattva,
Samantabhadra Bodhisattva, Akasagarbha Bodhisattva, Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva,
the billions of Clear Cool Treasure Mountain Bodhisattvas, the Universal Light
Venerable King Tathagata Bodhisattva, Chanting this sutra continually, the
Seven World-Honored Buddhas, recite this mantra:

Lee-poh-lee-poh-deh, kyo-ho-kyo-ho-deh, toh-loh-nee-deb, nee-ah-la-deh,
pee-lee-nee-deh, mo-ho-kya-deh, jun-len-chan-deh, so-ha.

All the transformation bodies of Avalokitesvara
and all the bodhisattvas
have vowed to liberate every being in samsara,
and to cleanse all sufferings when called upon.

One who has non-dual faith in Buddha
will be greatly blessed with guidance.
By keeping intact the root of virtue
one will be able to practice this,
and with one thousand recitations,
the practice blends into one’s mindstream.

Then one remains unharmed by fire or weapons,
and anger is transformed into happiness.
Even those who are left for dead
returns thereby to life.
One must not doubt this,
for it is the word of Buddha.

The High King Avalokitesvara
In truth removes all obstacles.
Even in the most grave plight
One is saved from death.
This is the truth all Buddhas announce,
Therefore pay them homage.
By reciting this praise one thousand times,
One purifies the most negative of karmas.
Those fortunate ones endowed with indestructible faith
Are to always uphold this sutra.

Recite the name of the Eight Mahasattvas:

Namo Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva Mahasattva
Namo Maitreya Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Akasa-garbha Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Samanta-bhadra Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Vajra-pani Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Manjusri Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Sarva-nivaraNaviskambhin Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo Ksitigarbha Bodhisattva Mahasattva,
Namo all venerable Bodhisattva Mahasattvas.

May these merits and virtues
be spread universally to everything.

Fully recite this one thousand times,
And serious sins will be purified.




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Moon Salutation - Chandra Namskar Asana - Pitta-Soothing Yoga Poses


Breathing should be synchronized for each posture: Inhale
(1)  Exhale (2)   Inhale (3)   Exhale (4) etc. Try to
maintain a rhythm, moving through the poses evenly
and
smoothly, taking a few seconds to hold each posture/position. Once completed
the cycle may be repeated for as many times as comfortable (3-10 is suggested).
This “exercise” is felt to suited to Pitta types or imbalances for its more
cooling energetics.


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Herbal Plants for Home Remedies


Marjoram whole plant is used in flavoring confectioneries &
Garlands

Marjoram(Sweet)–
Soft, small, oval dusty green leaves arrayed along a tender stem. It has a
bold, floral perfume with mint and pepper. The flavor can be potent so use
carefully. Pick whole leaves, chop roughly or finely to add toward end of
cooking. Marjoram is not often used raw in cold dishes. Sprinkle chopped leaves
fresh or dried over lamb, pork, and veal before roasting.


Use to flavor soups, stews, stuffings, egg and cheese dishes,
and fish sauces. A favorite in Italian cuisine, sweetly perfuming roasted
meats, braises, and tomato sauces. Deepens flavors of beans, cooked mushrooms,
and spinach.

Marjoram

Marjoram is the dried leaves and floral parts of
the herb Origanium hortensis.

Both Oregano and Marjoram are members of the mint family.

Marjoram is considered to be a species of Oregano.



The light grayish green, oval spade shaped leaves of Marjoram have a sweeter and more delicate flavor than Oregano.



Marjoram is pleasantly aromatic and has a distinctly minty sweet flavor with slightly bitter undertones.



Marjoram can be used in sausages, lamb, beef, pork, chicken, fish,
tomato dishes, stuffing, breads, salad dressings, chowders and pickle
blends.



It is also used in soaps and herbal wreaths.



You may
Substitute oregano, but use less.



Marjoram is used in Italian, French, North African, Middle Eastern, and
American cuisines and spice blends, Bouquet Garni and Fines Herbs.



Egypt is the principal source for nearly all of the Marjoram imported into the United States.


Marjoram and Oregano were well known in the Roman-Greco era.



Marjoram was one of the herbs and spices used by the ancient Egyptians in the embalming process.



Ancient Greeks and Romans made head wreaths of marjoram for wedding couples as a symbol of love, honor, and happiness.



Marjoram is used as a steam inhalant to clear the sinuses and relieve laryngitis.



Marjoram tea sweetened with honey helps preserve the voice of professional singers.

 



Sweet Marjoram


Majorana hortensis



Sweet Marjoram can grow to12 inches in height.



It is a fine textured plant with white flowers.



The mature leaves can be harvested.



Use the Marjoram leaves in salads, soups and dressings.



Marjoram is a delicate and subtle herb that marries well with light
fresh tomato based dishes and is one of the ingredients in pre mixed
Italian Seasonings.

3 Marjoram Recipes:

Roasted Root Vegetables With Thyme and Marjoram Vinaigrette 146434

Marjoram Shallot Butter 195408

Marjoram
Recipes
Description

Marjoram (Origanum
majorana, Lamiaceae) is a somewhat

cold-sensitive perennial herb or undershrub with sweet pine
and


citrus flavours. It is also called Sweet Marjoram or Knotted

Marjoram and Majorana hortensis.



The name marjoram (Old French majorane, Medieval Latin

majorana) does not directly derive from the Latin word maior

(major).



Marjoram is cultivated for its aromatic leaves, either green
or dry,


for culinary purposes; the tops are cut as the plants begin to


flower and are dried slowly in the shade. It is often used in
herb


combinations such as Herbes de Provence and Za’atar.



Although considered cold-sensitive, marjoram can sometimes

prove hardy even in zone 5.





Related species

Orehellino (Origanum vulgare, sometimes listed with
Marjoram as


Origanum majorana) is also called Wild Marjoram. It is a
perennial


common in southern Europe in dry copses and on hedge-banks,

with many stout stems 30-80 cm high, bearing short-stalked

somewhat ovate leaves and clusters of purple flowers. It has a


stronger flavor and a more penetrating quality.



A member of the mint family, marjoram was often placed on the

graves of the ancient Greeks to symbolize happiness in this
life


and the one after. Available in many different forms, sweet

marjoram is the one most commonly used in everyday cooking.

“Wild marjoram” is actually oregano. Marjoram is a
component of


both fines herbes and herbes de Provence.



Just as marjoram looks like a more delicate version of
oregano,


its flavor is also oregano lite. It’s a great flavoring in
sauces, as


well as meats. And unlike oregano, marjoram is subtle enough
to


pair with fish and lighter dishes. As with many of the more

delicate spices, it’s best to add it toward the end of the
cooking


period so that the flavor does not dissipate.



Dried marjoram is often used to flavor sauces, and both leaf
and

ground versions are good options for slow-cooking stews and
sauces.

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