Continuing from part 1. The names of the 3 Buddhas in part 1 also describe the state or experience when we are deep in meditation. Our mind becomes bright and illuminating and is completely pure.
The following are pictorial representations of the 88 Buddhas and this series will showcase the Buddhas gradually. To find out more about the 88 Buddha repentance prayers, please refer to my previous posts.
This Buddha destroys all delusive thoughts and establishes wisdom in us. He also cures illness relating to the breast and ailments relating to the imbalance of the water element.
Anyone who takes refuge in this Buddha will attain a mind that is free from impurities, where every thought is pure and good, leading steadily towards enlightenment. This Buddha removes abdominal pain and ailment relating to the imbalance of phlegm.
Taking refuge in this Buddha enables one to have a good understanding of all dharma as well as the ability to propagate them. Thus, dignifying and placing the minds of others onto the Dharma path. One will also be able to dissolve misfortune, curses, ailments, etc that was placed by wrathful gods, ancestral spirits, and other malevolent evil spirits.
To be continued….
May all be well and happy.
Categories: Buddha and Bodhisattva