Namo Avalokiteshvaraya

 

Namo ‘valokiteshvaraya

Namo ‘valokiteshvaraya

Namo ‘valokiteshvaraya

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6 comments on “Namo Avalokiteshvaraya
  1. Antonia Elisabeth Noal Silvera says:

    Minha imensa gratidão.

  2. Michele Nappi says:

    Thank you for the beautiful reminder to come home to ourselves, as we offer this to others.

  3. Merci pour ce chant qui ne donne qu’une envie: se poser, être à l’écoute intérieure et être présent. Merci pour cette très belle méditation musicale

  4. Becky Rosenthal says:

    Dear Beloved Thay & Sangha,

    I am bowing in gratitude, smiling from ear to ear, a tear rolling down my face as I listen to you chant. I’m a so grateful to this practice for changing my life by holding me, teaching me and guiding me. When I close my eyes and listen I’m transported back to my first retreat at Deer Park monastery in 2003. I am forever grateful and so happy to be part of the world wide Sangha.

    Keep singing my beloved Brithers & Sisters it heals all of us ❤️❤️❤️❤️

    Sending Love,
    Becky

  5. Jennifer Spring says:

    I am very grateful to be able to hear the community chanting to ask Avalokiteshvara to acknowledge and relieve the suffering of self, those around us, and of all beings. Thank you so much!

  6. Beloved Thay and Sangha, dear brothers and sisters in the practice,

    Thank you so much. Hearing again this beautifully soothing chant yesterday transported me close to beloved Thay and the Sangha in my own little room. I remember how healing it was when I heard the Sangha singing it at UH on the 24.12.2012 and how beloved Thay simultaneous mudras touched me so deeply that words can´t convey, bringing to awareness what was deep and unconscious.
    Yesterday again, receiving this SpecificFeed email at a much needed moment when my mind was splitting and my heart was scattered, I heard it twice. The netbiome, the breath and the chanting enabled me to kindly embrace my suffering with compassion and brought me back to center helping me root in the present moment. Slowly breathing in and breathing out I vow to learn the ways of letting go, I vow to be peaceful and kind no matter the circumstances, internal, external and beyond.
    Today I heard Namo Avalokiteshvaraya again and today I could chant with the Sangha, my voice not drowning any longer, I could hold my pain gently and lovingly and I almost felt stable enough to embrace deeply and in skilful ways the suffering of all people. I will keep on practicing touching the here and now It feels possible and I will do my best, one breath at a time, one step at a time, one drop in the flowing river.
    With deepest gratitude,
    verónica

    PS: I just happened to notice I was wearing the same brown scottish caxemire in both those times, and a lotus warmed my heart at such coincidences’ 🙂

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