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Namo Amitabha (南无.阿弥陀佛)

Significance of Yue Lan (盂兰节会) festival

Some examples of 善根 meritorious virtues

Benefits of Chanting

3 Golden Rules of Conduct (三大幸福)

Use Meritorious Deeds (善根) to lessen suffering

Compassion & (觀音菩薩)

Hardships lead to success

Accumulate more merits & wholesome deeds

Focus on Self Cultivation & Be Virtuous

Focus on establishing Good Karma

Karma & Cultivation of Good Deeds - Disc 2

Karma & Cultivation of Good Deeds - Disc 1

Mantra Explanation - Disc 2

Mantra Explanation - Disc 1

Benefits of Chanting and Meditation - Disc 2

Benefits of Chanting and Meditation - Disc 1

3 Golden Rules - Disc 2


Track 1 - 1979 Practise Compassion Pt 1
Summary: This audio encourages us to develop or cultivate compassion (慈悲心) into our Bodhi hearts. Sifu explained that “Compassion” is the main theme in most of our Buddhist precepts. By practising compassion, we can avoid unpleasant events, eliminate bad karma, saves lives, create good merits, live in harmony with everyone and develop good fortune (福氣). Whether a nun/monk or layp...more


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Track 1 - 1979 Practise Compassion Pt 2
Summary: This Pt 2 continues with more examples of compassion (慈悲心). By practising compassion we can help those unhappy spirits/souls (靈魂)by chanting more mantra/sutra and transferring merits to them for early rebirth. Sifu advised us to put more effort to learn compassion from “Kwan Si Im Porsat” (觀音菩薩). Chanting this mantra “Namo Jiew Sang Si Mo Wai Porsat” (南...more


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Track 2-85 Why chant Namo JiewSangSiMoWaiPusat
SUMMARY: During this “Yu Lan” (盂蘭節會) festival, when you chant “Namo Jiew Sang Si Mo Wai Porsat,” (南無超生施無畏普薩) you are calling Kwan Im Porsat (觀音菩薩) to save the ling wan(靈魂) of your past parents or departed beloved ones. You are seeking “Kwan Im Porsat” to Jiew Sang (超生) them. That is why you chant “Jiew Sang” (超生),(施無畏普薩) Si ...more


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Track 3 - Ernestly Seek Kwan Im Pusa help
SUMMARY: Sifu said that there is another important favour we need from Kwan Im Pusa. It is to grant us a calm and stable mindset (稳定) “Yin teng” (稳定) is an ability to maintain or preserve our own composure or calmness/serenity in this sphere of listening to the endless exchange of talking ill of others, cursing people and gossiping, which arise from the common weakness...more


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Track 4- Always do wholesome deeds
SUMMARY: Kuan Im Pusa always advise us to do more good deeds and build up our good roots....more


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