Prayer to Be Reborn in Dewachen

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Prayer to Be Reborn in Dewachen

With a longing to benefit beings who are sick and dying, Jetsunma created a song called “Prayer to Be Reborn in Dewachen.” This is a traditional prayer to Amitabha, the Buddha of Limitless Light, from the P’howa practice of the Longchen Nyigthig tradition. P’howa is the meditation practice for the time of death, and Amitabha is the deity to be visualized in that meditation.  “Dewachen” refers to the state of consciousness in which one experiences a pure land and the opportunity to accomplish liberation.

Jetsunma said,  “When I listened to this tune, I realized that it was like a mother singing her child to sleep, which really was my motivation when I sang that song.  I know that everyone that I love, I will be parted from someday.  Everyone that I meet will die some day.  I wish there was some way that they could be guided through the bardo individually.  And the best response that I know of is this prayer.”

Any being who listens to this prayer receives a blessing, whether Buddhist or non Buddhist, human or animal.  It is especially soothing for those who are chronically or acutely ill, or who are on the precipice of dying.  You can help beings by making this prayer heard by as many people and as many animals close to their death as possible.  It is available here:  Prayer to Be Reborn in Dewachen

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6 thoughts on “Prayer to Be Reborn in Dewachen

  1. Good morning,
    so beautiful song, so handsome voice clear and sweat. THANK YOU
    Do you know where we can found the text of this song ?

  2. Hi Kevin. Thanks for writing. Here is the prayer that is being sung:

    OM AH MI DHE WA HRI

    CHOM DEN DE DE ZHIN SHEG PA DRA CHOM PA YANG DAG PAR

    DZOG PA’I SANGYE GÖN PO ÖD PAG TU MED PA

    LA CHAG TSHAL LO CHÖD DO KYAB SU CHI-O (Repeated)

    To the Bhagavan, Tathagata, Arhat, Perfectly Completed Buddha, Protector of Infinite Light, I prostrate, offer, and go for refuge.

    OM AH MI DHE WA HRI (Repeated)

  3. My 13 year old dog is losing a battle with a brain tumor. It’s been an incredibly difficult process for us both. He is a piece of my heart. I’ve begun playing this song on repeat for him as we go to sleep and all through the day when I’m gone at work. Thank you for providing it to the world.

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