How to Use Invocation

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In 1992, Jetsunma Ahkön Lhamo spontaneously sang a prayer to Guru Rinpoche, later named "Invocation". His Holiness Penor Rinpoche described this prayer as catalyzing the spontaneous arising of Bodhicitta, or compassion, in one's mind. He recommended it for all practitioners of Vajrayana. This teaching followed a round-the-clock retreat where students listened to "Invocation" 108 times. They were changed.
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  • By elizabethelgin
    Nov 29, 2009
    Invocation is a relevation by a recognized reincarnate lama, Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo. The head of the Palyul Nyingma Lineage, the late His Holiness Penor Rinpoche, recommended that all who listen will have the bodhicitta, or mind of compassion, increase very naturally in their mind. Such an easy and joyful meditation, especially for those who "just can't sit still" to meditate. Just put it on your mp3 player and spend 30 minutes a day quietly listening for 30 days and you will notice a calmer, kinder you. You know the line from Counting Crows: "if its sh&$@ come out, then its sh%@# went in"? Well, if it's pure and holy coming out, it's pure and holy going in. Feed your mind.
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Palyul Press
September 30, 2011
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