The Practice of Four Foundations (Every Wednesday 8 pm to 10 pm)

Chenrezig (Avalokitesvara) - He Who Looks With An Unwavering Eye - is the embodiment of all the Buddhas' infinite compassion. He is a manifestation of the Buddha in the Sambhogakaya; and his mantra is considered the essence of the Buddha's compassion for all beings.



There are many inner obstacles to our mental development thus creating external obstacles. To obtain success in our Dharma practice and to actualize our path to enlightenment, we need to rely on a special deity or Buddha, for example, Chenrezig. Being the Buddha of great compassion, his mantra OM MANI PADME HUNG, represent the body, speech, and mind of all the Buddhas and noble Bodhisattvas, purifies the obscurations of body, speech, and mind and brings all beings to the state of realization. Our own faith and efforts in meditation and recitation creates the transformative power of the mantra thus purifying ourselves in this way.



The six syllable mantra closes the gates leading to rebirth in the hell realm, hungry ghost realm, animal realm, jealous god realm, and the god realm, thereby opening the possibility of transcendence of suffering. It clears the way for the practice of the six perfections. It purifies bad karma, habits, and defilements.

Karma Kagyud Buddhist Centre                                                                             

No. 38, Lorong 22 Geylang,                                                                                             

Singapore 398695


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