Lama Zopa Rinpoche has specifically compiled this essential
daily practice for his students and anyone else wishing to start their day, and
all their activities, with a perfect Dharma intention and bodhichitta
motivation. It includes the following practices and mantras to make one’s life highly
beneficial for oneself and others.
"The Method to
Transform a Suffering Life into Happiness (Including Enlightenment)" is a
compilation of an inspiring lamrim prayer by Dorje Chang Lozang Jinpa, two key thought
transformation verses, and special verses from Shantideva’s Engaging in a Bodhisattva’s Deeds about
how to live your life for others.
"Blessing the Speech
According to the Instructions of Great Yogi Khyungpo" involves the
recitation of several mantras to make the power of your speech perfect,
multiply the power of your mantra recitation by ten million, prevent the power
of your speech from being taken away by eating wrong foods, and transform even your
gossiping into the recitation of mantra.
include mantras to bless your rosary; to multiply whatever virtuous activity you
do by a hundred thousand; to purify anyone who talks to you, hears your voice,
and touches your body; to purify heavy negative karmas and consecrate holy
objects and rocks, trees, and so forth; and to bring about the fulfillment of
"Mantras for Specific
Occasions" includes a mantra that multiplies whatever Dharma texts you read
millions of times and a mantra to bless your feet, as well as car wheels, so
that any sentient beings who die under them are reborn in a deva realm.
28 pages, 2018 edition.
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A commentary by Lama Zopa Rinpoche to all
these practices is available.
The complimentary module "The Method to Transform a Suffering Life into
Happiness" from the Living in the Path program includes
short video clips of Lama Zopa Rinpoche explaining these practices.
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