It details how to introduce the concept to kids while you work on the skills together.
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Only for children does it take special perseverance to achieve harmony in a group of adults. The proper speed of chanting in a group is in inverse proportion to the size of a group. Smaller groups are more capable of chanting quickly than large ones. For a practised group the sound at the beginning and end of each phrase will start and stop in unison with clearly heard spaces of silence between verses. The Fruits of Chanting In conclusion, chanting is a direct way to cultivate respect that we may better absorb from the Triple Gem the virtues it exemplifies.
It is also a way of gaining understanding and first-hand knowledge of Buddhist teachings. In the long term chanting with an understanding of the meaning is an in-road into wisdom. Figure 2. First step: Gentlemen kneel, taking their Figure 4. First step: Ladies kneel, resting on their weight on their knees and sitting back on their shins with their feet flat to the ground. The palms raised heels. The back and head the chest.
The back and head are erect. Second step: With the head still erect, Figure 6. Second step: While still seated on flattened gentlemen raise the joined palms to touch the uppers, ladies should incline their head slightly central point between the eyebrows with both forward, raising the thumbs of the joined hands to thumbs.
Third step: Gentlemen should bend Figure 8. Third step: Ladies should bend forwards, forward, gradually moving the hands apart the gradually moving the hands apart the distance distance of about one palms-width. The palms of about one palms-width. The palms are turned are turned face down until the elbows meet the face down until the elbows meet the ground just knees and the forehead touches the floor between outside the knees and the forehead touches the the hands.
We ask Thy bidding, to venerate the Exalted One, the Dhamma and the Holy Order of disciples, with the best of offerings we have to give. Noble One, who has long since passed into supreme-enlightenment Whosoever has expounded so beautifully, in the beginning, in the middle and in the ending, the fun- damentals of His Teaching, together with its detail, in its entirety, of the principles of the pure way of perfect conduct I pay reverence to Him, the Exalted One.
To that Exalted One, I bow down my head. Let us all offer supreme praise to the Dhamma. I pay reverence to the Dhamma. To that Dhamma I bow down my head. Let us all offer veneration of the Triple Gem and then offer our reflections on detachment from worldly miseries. With a respectful heart I venerate that Buddha. The Dhamma, the radiant light of the Lord, whichever comprises the path and the fruit, which is supramun- dane and illuminates the path to eternity May the merit attained by me, through reverence solely to these objects, vanquish all dangers I might suffer.
The Dhamma revealed by Him, through His knowledge, which leads to spiritual wealth, serenity and complete Nibbana and perfect enlightenment Having heard the Teaching of the Lord Buddha, we realize that; Birth is suffering, Ageing is suffering, Death is suffering, Sorrow, lamentation, pain and despair are suffering, Attachment to the Unpleasant is suffering, Separation from those we love is suffering, Failure is suffering; in brief: The attachment to the five aggregates is suffering.
Namely; Physical-form, Sensation, Memory, Conditioned voli- tion and cognition.
Paul Wilson (meditation teacher)
All things are non-Self. How are we, caught in this endless cycle, of rebirth, old-age and death, who are beset by sorrow and lamentation, pain and despair, And by all other kinds of suffering that assail us, best to conduct ourselves.
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To find final deliverance To find final deliverance from them all, now and from them all, now and in future lives? We who in future lives? May our righteous conduct, lead us to the final deliver- ance from all suffering. So be it! Let us now chant the verses for recollection at the moment of using the requisites.
Properly considering the almsfood I use it: not playfully, nor for intoxication, nor for fat- tening, nor for beautification, only for the con- tinuation and nourishment of this body, for keeping it unharmed, for helping with the brahmacariya, thinking I shall destroy old feel- ings of hunger and not produce new feelings of overeating. Thus there will be for me freedom from bodily troubles and living at ease. Properly considering the lodging I use it: only to ward off cold, to ward off heat, to ward off the touch of gadflies, mosquitoes, wind, sun and reptiles, only for the purpose of removing the dangers from weather and for living in se- clusion.
Properly considering the support for the sick- medicines and utensils, I use them: only ward off painful feelings that have arisen, for the maximum freedom from diseases.
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Let us now chant the verses for recollection of the elements and loathsomeness. Although this robe is not yet loathsome, but having touched this putrid body, becomes exceedingly loathsome. Dependent upon causes and conditions, merely the combination of various natural elements, are both this almsfood and the person who eats it only elements, not a being, not possessing a permanent life principle, being void of self or soul.
Although this lump of food is not yet loathsome, but having touched this putrid body, becomes exceedingly loathsome.
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Dependent upon causes and conditions, merely the combination of various natural elements, are both this shelter and the person who lives in it only elements, not a being, not possessing a permanent life principle, being void of self or soul. Although this sheltering place is not yet loathsome, but hav- ing touched this putrid body, becomes exceedingly loathsome. Dependent upon causes and conditions, merely the combination of various natural elements, are both these medicines and the person taking it only elements, not a being, not possessing a permanent life principle, being void of self or soul.
Although this medicine is not yet loathsome, but having touched this putrid body, becomes exceedingly loathsome. Let us all offer the transference of merit. May all the monks in the Holy Order, Novices, alms-givers and lay-men of the temple, And all villagers, those outside; City-dwellers, those of the high rank, And all living creatures May they all be inspired by the benevolent Dhamma, Which leads toward salvation May all beings be delivered of their suffering. May the unity of the Order of monks, Bring benefit and happiness to all. May the Saddhamma protect us, and all those who practise Dhamma.
May we all attain prosperity, by following the Teaching expounded by the Lord Buddha. May all beings have faith in the Teachings of the Buddha.
May the earth bring beings prosperity and success. May parents always protect their children, May rulers always goven their subjects justly. This is the teaching of all the Buddhas. May they be free terd. Ya dai mee wehn of all enmity. May they be free from terd. Ya dai biat bean harming one another.
Ya dai mee kwam hurt of body and mind. May they be able suk jai raksa ton hai to escape all suffering pon jak tuk pai tang sin and danger. For those terd. Sat tang lai tee tan of you in suffering, may dai tuk, kor hai tan mee you be happy. For those kwam suk. Tan tang lai of you in happiness, tee tan dai suk, kor hai may your happiness in- suk ying ying keun bai crease.
We crave Thy bidding, to venerate the Exalted One, the Dhamma and the Holy Order of disciples, with the best of offer- ings we have to give. Noble One, who long since has passed into supreme-enlightenment Let us all offer an introductory hom- age and a recollection of the Lord Buddha.
He is the Exalted One, the Worthy One, the Fully Self- Enlightened One, who has attained the Supramundane Knowledge, and so perfectly conducted His life, who has already travelled the path of righteousness, who has clearly understood the whole world, who is the most Capable Charioteer, who trains His followers, in the highest form of spiritual life, who is the Teacher of all human and celestial beings, who is enlightened and exalted.
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