Vajrasattva

Vajrasattva Practice is used to root out negativity and purify negative karma. Vajrasattva’s aspiration was that all sentient beings would cleanse their negative karma through his practice and so instead of having a vajra heart like Vajradhara, he manifested as a deity holding the vajra in order to help us visualize during our practice. Vajrasattva practice cleanses away all our negative energies, delusions and defilements.

Vajrasattva

The ONE HUNDRED SYLLABLE MANTRA

(Repeat the 100 syllable mantra and the six syllable mantra as many times as possible.)

VajrasattvaOM BENZA SATO SAMAYA
MANU PALAYA
BENZA SATO TENOPA
TISHTHRA DRIDHO ME BHAWA
SUTOKHAYO ME BHAWA
ANURAKTO ME BHAWA
SUPOKHAYO ME BHAWA
SARWA SIDDHI MEPRAYATSA
SARWA KARMA SUTSA ME
TSITTAM SHRIYAM KURU HUNG
HA HA HA HA HO BAGAWAN
SARWA TATHAGATA
HRIDHAYA BENZA MA ME MUNTSA
BENZI BHAWA MAHA
SAMAYA SATO AH

SIX SYLLABLE MANTRA

OM BENZA SATO HUNG 

Reading from Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo‘s book Reflections on a Mountain Lake, Teachings on Practical Buddhism. A wonderful explanation to practice Vajrasattva.
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