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Margadharmanusmaranam

Margadharmanusmaranam

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Published by Mats Lindberg
An original short work in Sanskrit on the Buddhist Path in the form of an enumeration of its basic principles in 9 verses . Written in 2006 by Mats Lindberg (Konchog Yeshe) and dedicated to Khenchen Konchog Gyaltsen Rinpoche on his 60th birthday. With English translation and numeric list by the author.
An original short work in Sanskrit on the Buddhist Path in the form of an enumeration of its basic principles in 9 verses . Written in 2006 by Mats Lindberg (Konchog Yeshe) and dedicated to Khenchen Konchog Gyaltsen Rinpoche on his 60th birthday. With English translation and numeric list by the author.

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Published by: Mats Lindberg on Jul 03, 2012
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 M å r g a d h a r m å ~ u s m a r a ~ a m
Recollection of the Dharmas of the Path
 A Rosary of thirty-eight Points of Instruction
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 A short text enumerating thirty-eight Points of Instruction to serveas a Rosary for the distracted minds of students.Composed for the auspicious occasion of the 60
th
birthday of  Most Venerable Khenchen Konchog Gyaltshen Rinpoche.Offered with a prayer for his long life and a request for hiscontinued turning of the Wheel of Dharma.
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M å r g a d h a r m å ~ u s m a r a ~ a m
 
 Namo buddhåya
dhanyåm månavatåm sm®två dhyåyen nityam anityatåm / tato dhyåyec ca samsåram karma karmaphalam ca yat // 1anityåª sarvasamskårå duªkhå niråtmanas tathå / samskåropaçamam çåntam nirvå~am paramam padam // 2duªkham samudayaç caiva nirodho mårga eva ca / etåni cåryasatyåni bhåvayet satatam sudh⁄ª // 3maitr⁄m ca karu~åm caiva muditam ca upek‚a~am caturbrahmavihåråmç ca sarvasattve‚u sañcaret // 4evam samp¨rayan pu~yam jñånasambhåram eva ca / bodhicittam samutpådya ç¨nyatåm api bhåvayet // 5"yaª prat⁄tyasamutpådaª ç¨nyatåm tåm pracak‚mahe / så prajñaptir upådåya pratipat saiva madhyamå" // 6"aparapratyayam çåntam prapañcair aprapañcitam / nirvikalpam anånårtham etat tattvasya lak‚a~am" // 7evam sañcintayet tattvam bodhisattvo dayånidhiª / bodhimårgam caret tu‚†aª sarvasattvårthapu~yak®t // 8dånam ç⁄lam k‚amå v⁄ryam dhyånam prajñå tathaiva ca / etåª ‚a
bodhisattvånåm caryå påramitåm gatåª // 9
ity a‚†åtrimçadupadeçamålå
m
årgadharmånusmara~am samåptam / çr⁄ratnadhvajadeçikendrakarakamalayoª samarpitam ca / k®tir iyam tacci‚yasya jñånaçriya ådikårmikasya // sarvama
π
galam // 
 
 
Recollection of the Dharmas of the Path
 A Rosary of thirty-eight Points of Instruction
Four Preliminaries
 Remembering the Blessedness of the Human State, ever contemplate the fact of  Impermanence. Thence contemplate
Samsåra
- the Wheel of Transmigration, aswell as Action and its Result.
Four Seals of the Dharma
 All Compounded things are Impermanent, Suffering and Devoid of self.The Coming to Rest of all conditions is Peace, Nirvana - the Supreme State.
Four Noble Truths
Suffering, the Cause of suffering, the Cessation of suffering and the Path to thecessation of suffering. These Four Noble Truths should ever be contemplated bythe wise and intelligent.
Four Immeasurables
 Friendliness, Compassion, Sympathetic Joy and Equanimity - these four Holy Abodes should be practised towards all sentient beings.
The two Accumulations, Bodhicitta and Emptiness
Thus while fulfilling the accumulations of virtue and wisdom, one should dulyGenerate the Mind of Enlightenment and thence cultivate the understanding of  Emptiness.
Någårjuna's
fourfold statement on Emptiness
"That which is Dependent Origination is here declared to be Emptiness,That is Dependent Designation and That Itself is the Middle Way." 
Någårjuna's
characterisation of Ultimate Reality (tattva)
"Directly and Independently Intuited, Quiescent, Untouched by conceptual  proliferation, Devoid of distinctions and multiplicity - thus is Reality defined." 
The practice of the Bodhisattva
Thus Contemplating the Nature of Reality, the Bodhisattva, an Abode of Compassion, should proceed Delighted and Contented on the Path of  Enlightenment, ever doing Virtuous Actions for the Welfare of all Sentient  Beings.
The Six Perfections
Generosity, Virtue, Endurance, Strength, Meditation and Wisdom - these six,taken to Perfection, are what constitute the Practice ( 
caryå
 ) of the Bodhisattvas.
 

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