Sino-Korean Diamond Sutra

Diamond Sutra in Hangeul: 한글 금강경 With both Hangeul and Hanja, Chapters 1-15: With both Hangeul and Hanja, Chapters 16-32: The Diamond Sutra chanted in Sino-Korean (both the Hanja and Hangeul are displayed): An here’s one by Geumgang Seunim:

“Paradise and Amita Buddha with his forty-eight vows really do exist”, Sosan Taesa

So we can see from all of this that the teachings can freely use
seemingly different expedient means and expressions to point to the
same universal substance. Only the words themselves have a
different appearance and meaning, yet the point they communicate
is the same. For one whose insight is in accord with his actions, it is
possible to see through what is said to be “near” or “far.” This is why
our tradition can embrace both ways of practice: calling out to Amita
Buddha, like Hui-yuan, and looking directly into true nature, like

The Ten Merits of Yeom Bul Chanting (高聲念佛十種功德)

First, the merit of waking us from sleep.
Second, the merit of surprising and repelling malicious spirits.
Third, the merit of the sound reaching to the ten directions.
Fourth, the merit of resting the suffering of the three lower paths.
Fifth, the merit of keeping out exterior sounds.
Sixth, the merit of keeping the mind which is chanting from scattering.
Seventh, the merit of (helping us) to make ferocious effort.
Eighth, the merit of making all the buddhas happy.
Ninth, the merit of bringing the experience of samādhi directly to us.
Tenth, the merit of bringing about rebirth in the Pure Land.

“No matter how busy you are today, please recite the Mantra of Disaster Elimination and Auspiciousness one time!”

No matter how busy you are today, please recite the Mantra of Disaster Elimination and Auspiciousness one time!

Also known as Disaster Elimination Mantra, Disaster Elimination Mantra, Disaster Elimination Dharani. It is a divine mantra to eliminate all kinds of disasters and achieve auspicious things.

大悲咒 (Great Compassionate Mantra)

大悲咒 (Great Compassionate Mantra). This is one of the most popular mantras among present-day Buddhists. It is not to be confused with the longer mantra that is also often referred to as 大悲咒, and in English is often simply called “The Great Dharani”. That longer mantra is also known as “The Nilakantha Dharani”, but the […]

“… a determined, optimistic attitude ….”

Because ignorance and wisdom are diametrically opposed in the way they apprehend phenomena and because ignorance is an erroneous consciousness, wisdom can overcome ignorance. When ignorance is uprooted, all the afflictions that depend on it also cease. Other counterforces do not have the ability to eliminate ignorance but are applied to individual afflictions. Since cultivating […]