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'''Vajra recitation''' (Tib. རྡོ་རྗེའི་བཟླས་པ་, ''do jé depa'', [[Wyl.]] ''rdo rje’i bzlas pa'') is the practice of linking [[mantra]] recitation with movements of the breath. This often involves linking the inhalation, resting, and exhalation of the breath with the mental recitation of the seed syllables OM AH HUM, while simultaneously holding the [[vase breath]].<ref>''Yon tan rin po  che'i mdzod kyi 'grel pa zab don snang byed nyi  ma'i  'od zer. Yon  tan  rgya mtsho''. Quoted in the glossary of ''Deity, Mantra and Wisdom,'' translated by Dharmachakra Ttranslation Committeee.</ref>
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'''Vajra recitation''' (Tib. རྡོ་རྗེའི་བཟླས་པ་, ''dorjé depa'', [[Wyl.]] ''rdo rje’i bzlas pa'') is the practice of linking [[mantra]] recitation with movements of the breath. This often involves linking the inhalation, resting, and exhalation of the breath with the mental recitation of the seed syllables OM AH HUM, while simultaneously holding the [[vase breath]].<ref>''Yon tan rin po  che'i mdzod kyi 'grel pa zab don snang byed nyi  ma'i  'od zer. Yon  tan  rgya mtsho''. Quoted in the glossary of ''Deity, Mantra and Wisdom,'' translated by Dharmachakra Ttranslation Committeee.</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 16:06, 19 February 2018

Vajra recitation (Tib. རྡོ་རྗེའི་བཟླས་པ་, dorjé depa, Wyl. rdo rje’i bzlas pa) is the practice of linking mantra recitation with movements of the breath. This often involves linking the inhalation, resting, and exhalation of the breath with the mental recitation of the seed syllables OM AH HUM, while simultaneously holding the vase breath.[1]

References

  1. Yon tan rin po che'i mdzod kyi 'grel pa zab don snang byed nyi ma'i 'od zer. Yon tan rgya mtsho. Quoted in the glossary of Deity, Mantra and Wisdom, translated by Dharmachakra Ttranslation Committeee.