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The root of Saṃsāra is self-grasping.
The root of the Transcendent Dharma is the realization of selflessness.


The Dhāraṇī of Noble Maṇibhadra

“Venerable Sir, if any monks, nuns, laymen, laywomen or anyone else recites this Heart-Essence [Dhāraṇī] every day during the three parts of the day, then I shall always follow after that person, do everything that person needs, seek out food, riches, gold, jewels, grain and silver for them, accomplish all their aims, put all sentient beings under their influence, instantaneously accomplish all the various activities of that person; and cause them to be free from poverty.”

The Prayer to the Three Kāya Guru

In the Pure Land of Dharmadhātu, free of elaboration, ༔
Is the state of Dharmatā, beyond arising and cessation throughout the three times; ༔
The Awakened Body of Great Bliss, free of action and spontaneously perfected, ༔
Compassion devoid of bias, like unto the sky: ༔
I pray to the Guru, Dharmakāya. ༔