A short Vajrasattva practice composed by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and published in a pocket-sized format. Whenever we have broken a vow or created any other kind of negative karma, we can purify that negativity with the four opponent powers without a second’s delay.
A series of ten teachings given during a nyung-nä retreat at Lawudo Gompa, Nepal, in 1978
Lama Zopa Rinpoche in meditation on Saka Dawa at Chenrezig Institute, Australia, May 25, 1975. Photo: Wendy Finster.
Topics include prostrations, offerings, rejoicing, the sufferings of samsara, bodhicitta and emptiness
A short teaching on the benefits of purifying negative karma, given before a Vajrasattva je-nang
A commentary on Vajrasattva meditation and recitation as a purification practice.
The practice of prostrations to the Thirty-five Buddhas is a powerful method to purify past harmful actions and prevent unwanted sufferings in the future.
Extracts from teachings by Lama Zopa Rinpoche and Lama Yeshe on the practice of Vajrasattva
A teaching on the four opponent powers, a practice that purifies negative karma and obscurations
This commentary includes advice on combining the practice with prostrations and lam-rim meditation
Nyung-nä teachings at Shakyamuni Center, Taiwan, in February 2007.
Teachings from a three-month Vajrasattva retreat covering many lam-rim topics, purification practices, mantras, pujas and more.
A practice for the purification of negative karma and obscurations