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New Publication: Teaching the Practice of a Bodhisattva

13 Aug 2020

Published this week, Teaching the Practice of a Bodhisattva, takes place in the city of Vaiśālī, where the Buddha Śākyamuni and his retinue of monks have gone to gather alms. Read more »

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New Publication: The Dhāraṇī of Parṇaśavarī

11 Aug 2020

The fourth text in our Sūtras for Well-Being series is The Dhāraṇī of Parṇaśavarī published today. This text is a short incantation dedicated to the piśācī Parṇaśavarī, who is renowned in Buddhist lore for her power to cure disease, avert epidemics, pacify strife, and otherwise protect those who recite her dhāraṇī from any obstacles they may face. Read more »

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New Publication: The Teaching by the Child Inconceivable Radiance

6 Aug 2020

New Publication: The Teaching by the Child Inconceivable Radiance Read more »

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New Publication: The Sūtra of the Inquiry of Subāhu

30 Jul 2020

In our latest publication, The Sūtra of the Inquiry of Subāhu, Śākyamuni Buddha describes how a bodhisattva should ideally train in the six perfections. Read more »

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New Publication: The Questions of Ratnacandra

23 Jul 2020

Our latest publication, The Questions of Ratna­candra, is a sūtra in which Ratna­candra, a prince from the country of Magadha, requests the Buddha Śākyamuni to reveal the names of the ten buddhas who dwell in the ten directions. Read more »

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New Publication: Tārā Who Protects from the Eight Dangers

21 Jul 2020

84000 announces a new sūtra publication, Tārā Who Protects from the Eight Dangers, in which the goddess Tārā warns the gods of the desire realm about the miseries of saṃsāra and offers a pithy Dharma teaching to free them from harm. Read more »