Request for Activities of Dorje Shugden

Calling upon the power and omniscience of Dorje Shugden, this short but potent prayer to Dorje Shugden requests for his swift, enlightened assistance in fulfilling our Dharma wishes and can be recited daily on its own or incorporated into your daily sadhana.

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Starting on Dorje Shugden’s Practice

Relying on Dorje Shugden could not be easier. In a place which is comfortable and calming, sit before an image of the World Peace Protector Dorje Shugden. Have some simple offerings laid out before you. Take a moment to centre yourself then focus strongly on Dorje Shugden’s illustrious form.

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Setting Up A Tibetan Buddhist Altar

For Buddhists, the altar forms the focal point of their practice. A Buddhist altar is used by the practitioner to purify negative karma, and to generate merits which will create the causes for us to have conducive conditions in order to further our spiritual practice.

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Diamond Path: A Daily Sadhana of Dorje Shugden

The Diamond Path sadhana invokes upon two forms of Manjushri – Lama Tsongkhapa and Dorje Shugden. Using traditional sources, this sadhana has been compiled by H.E. the 25th Tsem Rinpoche for those without initiation who wish to create a closer connection with Manjushri.

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Dorje Shugden Gyenze to Increase Life, Merits and Wealth

Gyenze is Dorje Shugden in a wealth form specifically to help us gain resources through correct means. Gyenze’s practice can increase our life span and healing. Propitiating Gyenze also increases our inner wealth.

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Dorje Shugden Trakze to Dispel Black Magic & Spirits

Trakze’s practice is especially effective for overcoming powerful delusions and very negative, harmful energies. It will eliminate spirits, unnatural disasters, problems and difficulties. It is also suitable for protection for long journeys, negative speech, accidents and spells.

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Dorje Shugden Wangze for Power and Influence

Dorje Shugden as Wangze is the most powerful deity to propitiate in order to develop control or exert a positive influence on ourselves and others. This commentary on Wangze’s practice was compiled from traditional sources by His Eminence the 25th Tsem Rinpoche.

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Dorje Shugden’s Mantra

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In essence, mantras are the holy energies of the Buddhas in the form of sound. Reciting mantras of the Buddhas, meditational deities and Dharma Protectors therefore invokes their blessings to bring about a beneficial impact in our lives.

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The Collected Mantras of Dorje Shugden

Here are a collection of mantras related to Dorje Shugden, his entourage and his lineage which can be recited anytime and anywhere, as a standalone practice or in combination with one’s daily prayers. Initiations are not necessary for the mantras listed here.

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Melody of the Unceasing Vajra

At the request of Dorje Shugden himself through the renowned Dungkar oracle, His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama composed this prayer to Dorje Shugden.

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The 5th Dalai Lama’s Prayer to Dorje Shugden

This prayer to Dorje Shugden was composed by His Holiness the Great Fifth Dalai Lama after he realised that Dorje Shugden was not an ordinary being but an enlightened Dharma Protector who had arisen after the death of Tulku Drakpa Gyaltsen.

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Request for Activity of Gyalchen Shugden

Composed by H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche, this prayer recalls the qualities of Dorje Shugden, the purpose of his arising as a Dharma Protector, and beseeches him to protect and bless the practitioner with all the resources necessary for a smooth spiritual path.

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Request for Activities: Dothey

H.H. Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche composed a very special prayer to Dorje Shugden called Dothey, which is a request for the activity of Dorje Shugden. It is perfect for use nowadays, given that most contemporary practitioners simply do not have the time to engage in extensive prayer.

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Request for Activities of Protectors

Like all great Gelugpa masters, Kyabje Ling Rinpoche relied on Dorje Shugden throughout his life and even composed prayers to him. At the request of the Gelug assembly at Varanasi University in Sarnath, India, Kyabje Ling Rinpoche composed the prayer below.

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A Sakya Praise to Dorje Shugden

By recalling the enlightened qualities of Dorje Shugden in this praise composed by the great Sakyapa master Kunkhyen Ngawang Kunga Lodrö, the practitioner generates a tremendous amount of merit to accomplish the same qualities.

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Food Offering Prayers to Dorje Shugden

The offering of food is common throughout the Buddhist world. Just as food nourishes us, the offering of food creates the causes for spiritual nourishment. In the monastic setting, all meals are offered either to the Gurus, the meditational deities or to the Dharma Protectors.

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Incense Offering Prayers to Dorje Shugden

A traditional substance for offering since the birth of Buddhism, fragrant incense is said to remind us to hold any vows we have taken strongly. It is traditionally offered on the altar, used to purify other offerings and even offered outdoors during festive occasions and auspicious days.

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Torma Offering Prayers to Dorje Shugden

Tormas are food offerings in the form of ritual cakes. The offering of tormas generates the merits to not only receive the resources we need for successful spiritual practice but also to gain higher attainments, especially those related to Tantra.

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Serkym Offering Prayers to Dorje Shugden

The serkym offering is one of the most iconic prayers to the Dharma Protectors. In essence, it is very powerful extended offering to request swift assistance. It can be done as part of the short or condensed sadhana to Dorje Shugden, or as a special exhortation for activities.

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Kawang Confessional Prayers to Dorje Shugden

The Kawang is a powerful confessional prayer that purifies negative karma that has accumulated from countless previous lifetimes. If this karma is not purified, it can manifest as obstacles to our Dharma practice and can hinder our spiritual progress.

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