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Ven. Drubpon Ngawang teaches Sampa Lhundrup Ma

Ven. Drubpon Ngawang teaches Sampa Lhundrup Ma

Drubpon Ngawang Tenzin taught Sampa Lundrup Ma at the Hamburg Drukpa Center on September 29 and 30. He explained the deeper meanings of this treasure text verse by verse and practiced it intensively with us.

Sampa Lhundrup Ma (The Wish-Fulfilling Prayer) was one of many prayers taught by Guru Padmasambhava in 766 at the request of five of his close disciples and was personally transmitted to King Trisong Detsen and his son, Prince Mutri Tsenpo.

This prayer was then kept as a terma in a rock resembling a jewel mountain (Drak Rinchen Puk Dra) with the help of the four Dakini sisters and treasure guardians named 'Sei Lhamo', to be finally found and deciphered in 1352.

In all clarity, the influences and consequences of future developments are explained here and given to the students as well as practitioners of Buddhist philosophy as a protective and wish-fulfilling prayer for all sentient beings. This prayer is dedicated exactly to our age. Global climate change and all the obstacles and spiritual sufferings require an alert mind and clear spirit. By using this prayer, practitioners will gain protection, strength and guidance in relation to the challenges of this era.

The King of All Wishes Prayer and the Bardo Prayer rounded out a fulfilling weekend.

Photos: © Agnes Forsthuber

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