Arranged by Lama Zopa Rinpoche on the basis of the Third Gungthang Rinpoche’s A Song to Aid the Recollection of Parental Kindness and Encourage the Recitation of the Mani Mantra.
"I, the humble Thubten Zopa, thought it extremely positive to occasionally combine this song with the recitation of the Mani mantra. It can be recited as many times as you like—seven times, twenty-one times, a half mala, or a whole mala—and is exceptionally beneficial for the purification of our father and mother sentient beings of the six-realms."—Lama Zopa Rinpoche
From the text: “The faithful and diligent Rabjampa Könchok Samdrup said that he needed a method for repaying the kindness of his parents. Generally speaking, practicing the Dharma purely yourself is the very best way to repay the kindness of the parents who produced your body. Nevertheless, seeing that such a means of taming the mind as this, specifically to bring one’s parents’ qualities to mind, encourage the recitation of the Mani mantra for the departed and so on, would be beneficial, the venerable Könchok Tenpe Drönme instantly spoke these words. The scribe was Ngakrampa Könchok Kunga.”
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