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Medicine Buddha

Medicine Buddha mandala

Medicine Buddha by Karma Phuntsok

“Medicine Buddha’s form has the color of space, so as you recite, think: ‘He is there, pervading space. Medicinal nectar falls down like rain and benefits the entire world.'”
~H.E. Garchen Rinpoche

Medicine Buddha Mantra Chanted by Garchen Rinpoche

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Rainfall of Benefit and Happiness Text
English Verse matching the Tibetan

This sadhana was assembled by Garchen Rinpoche and is very precious. It includes practices and prayers Rinpoche would like us to do together. At Rinpoche’s request, many of these practices were Versified in English so that the English and Tibetan match syllabicly. Rinpoche wishes that the English verse be sung/chanted simultaneously with the Tibetan. An audio recording is available below.

The Rainfall of Benefit Sadhana includes the following practices:

  • Six Mantras & Mudras
  • Smoke Offering
  • Summoning Good Fortune
  • World Peace Prayer
  • Supplication to Chenrezig
  • Prose-only Translation of Smoke Offering.


Rainfall of Benefit and Happiness – AUDIO
English Verse matching the Tibetan

H.E. Garchen Rinpoche and Sangha
World Peace Prayer


His Holiness Drikung Kyabgon Chetsang’s special Practises and Instructions
His Holiness has instructed everyone to do the following practices during this time of Coronavirus pandemic. These include Lord Jigetn Sumgon’s special Tara practice for times of epidemic disease, and practices of Parnashavari. She is is the 20th of the 21 Taras (connected with the wisdom of Amoghasiddhi). She is attired in the green leaves of medical plants, and is the one who protects us from contagious diseases.

  • His Holiness’ Letter and Instructions
  • Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Parnashavari Sadhana practice for times of epidemic disease.
  • A beautiful praise of Parnashavari, and an explanation of her mantra.
  • Lord Jigten Sumgon’s Tara Practice & Visualization for times of epidemic


Parnashavari Protection Sphere

His Holiness Drikung Kyabgon Chentsang’s letter to the world-wide sangha.

Jigten Sumgon’s Tara practice for times of epidemic