Dechen Shak Dagsay

"Dewa Che"
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1. Chenresi (10'15'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
2. Men Lha (6'24'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
3. Lobön Rinpoche (5'15'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
4. Dorje-Sempa (6'25'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
5. Öhpa-Me (7'00'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
6. Tshe-Pak-Me (8'38'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
7. Dolma (745'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
8. Namgyee-Ma (4'44'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
9. Dcham-Päl-Yang (5'24'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
10. Tchu-Du (5'21'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono
11. Drip-Sel (5'00'') ADSL / CABLE connection : High quality 64kb/s stereo MODEM 56K : good quality 32kb/s mono

flag_gb_small.gif (1000 octets) description : see below

flag_fr_small.gif (901 octets) Dechen Shak-Dagsay est une Tibétaine qui a vécu en Suisse depuis son enfance. Comme deux mille autres Tibétains, sa famille a trouvé là un nouveau foyer depuis 35 ans. Dechen Shak Dagsay est la fille aînée d'un lama tibétain, le Vénérable Dagsay Tulku. Sa famille a toujours cherché à vivre et à préserver leur culture tibétaine, et très tôt Dechen Shak Dagsay a été fascinée par les chants et les danses traditionnels tibétains. En tant que personne pouvant s'identifier aux deux cultures tibétaine et occidentale, elle voit son chemin dans l'aide aux gens à trouver la porte de leur propre spiritualité. L'artiste est mariée au Dr. Kalsang Shak, un médecin tibétain, et a deux filles, Yuri-Lhamo et Tara Lhanzey. Dechen Shak-Dagsay travaille au département marketing d'une grande compagnie internationale. Elle est convaincue que les méthodes pour trouver la paix intérieure vont jouer un rôle toujours plus grand pour permettre de gérer les tensions nées de la vie moderne.

La signification et les effets positifs des mantras sont les suivants:

1. CHENRESI Le mantra d'Avalokiteshvara
Le Chenresi Mantra est l'un que les Tibétains eux-mêmes emploient le plus fréquemment. Réciter ce mantra est un moyen extrêmement puissant de découvrir ses propres sources d'amour et d'empathie. Un sentiment irrépressible de paix intérieure et extérieure se manifeste immédiatement. Le Chenresi Mantra est aussi recommandé comme support aimant pour les mourants, pour leur dernier voyage...

Om mani padme hum

2. MEN-LHA Le mantra du Bouddha-Médecin
Une grande efficacité est attribuée à ce mantra. Les lamas tibétains l'emploient pour un but médical, pour aider les patients à améliorer leur santé. En particulier, ce mantra devrait être récité avant de prendre un remède, de façon à augmenter son efficacité. De plus, le "Medicine-Mantra" est employé comme support pour les mourants por leur permettre de traverser dans l'autre monde dans un état de paix intérieure.

Ta dya tha om beishajye beishajye maha beishajye beishajye raja samung gate svaha

3. LOBÖN RINPOCHE The Vajra-Guru - Mantra
Ce mantra sert à nous protéger des forces négatives, de nature physique ou spirituelle, et de nous aider à développer les qualités et les vertus dont nous avons besoin pour notre cheminement spirituel. Ce mantra est récité pour évoquer le grand maître Padmasambhava.

Om ah hum vajra guru padma siddhi hum

4. DORJE-SEMPA The Vajra-Sattva - Mantra
Le Vajra-Sattva Mantra aide à nettoyer tout désordre spirituel ou physique et à éliminer les forces négatives. Nous ouvrons nos coeurs pour permettre aux émotions négatives d'être nettoyées et créons ainsi une base pour atteindre la paix et le bonheur.

Om Vajra sattva hum om vajra sattva mama vyadi vibend adi sarva nishedak perbava shantim kuru svaha

5. ÖHPA-ME The Amidaba - Mantra
This is a particularly effective mantra for visualising the ,,pure land”. Most religions make reference to some form of paradise that can be entered after death. For the Tibetans, paradise is the Pure Land of Amidaba. Regular recitation of this mantra helps us visualise the Pure Land so that we can take advantage of the familiarity of the image at the inevitable moment of death to achieve transformation in the Pure Land. The mantra is an entreaty for the secret essence of life.

Om ami daba hri

6. TSHE-PAK-ME The Long-life - Mantra
A long, healthy and worthwhile life is essential for all human beings in their quest for maximum merit in life as an active strategy for a positive influence of their karma in this life and the next. The mantra is recited as an entreaty for the eternal energy of life.

Om ama rani jivente svaha

7. DOLMA The Tara - Mantra
Tara is one of the most powerful tutelary goddesses in the Tibetan Buddhist faith. She is a source of help and protection both in the temporal world and on the spiritual path. Her name is invoked for protection at all levels, be it in everyday life, against negative external forces, or alongthe path of spiritual development. The mantra helps ensure that all negative obstacles are removed.

Om tare tuttare ture mama ayu pun ye gyana phustim kuru svaha om tare tuttare ture svaha

8. NAMGYEL-MA The Vijaya-Devi - Mantra
This mantra, too, isa powerful mantra for overcoming obstacles and it is also recited as a form of entreaty for a longer life so as to be able to accumulate as much merit in life as possible, and in general as a request for the hidden power of immortality.

Om drum svaha om amrita ayurdate svaha

9. DCHAM-PAL-YANG The Manjushri - Mantra
Outstanding qualities are ascribed to this intensive mantra for the development of wisdom and intelligence. It is recited so as to be able to see the true nature of phenomena. The Tibetans teach this mantra of wisdom to their children in order to promote their spiritual development and intelligence.

Om ara patsa na di di

10. TCHLJ-DLJ The Five Elements - Mantra
The Five Elements Mantra is an effective mantra for focusing the energies of the five elements in our cosmos (earth - water - fire - air/wind - space). Tibetan medicine is based on the assumption that the modules of the human organism correspond to those of the natural environment. For that reason an intact natural environment is essential for the survival of the human race. The Five Elements Mantra serves to achieve inner and outer harmony among the five elements.

Om sarva prithti perbava samgriha bat ate svaha
Om sarva utaka perbata samgriha bavate svaha
Om sarva agne perbava Sam griha bavate svaha
Om sarva vayu perbava samgriha barate staha
Om sarva akasha perbava samgriha bavate svaha

11. DRIP-SEL The Coloured Rain Shower - Mantra
To the Buddhist way of thinking, we have to seek the causes of suffering within ourselves and not without. These causes are usually rooted in our own spirit. People whose spirits are blurred by such negative emotions as greed, hate/anger, ignorance, pride and jealousy are capable of bringing great suffering to themselves and to others because they lack the clarity of vision needed to see things as they really are. This veil of ignorance, accompanied by the five negative emotions, is a barrier to clear vision. Recitation of the Coloured Rain Shower Mantra is recommended to regain clarity of vision and a state in which our actions can be reasonable and wise. This mantra also helps us tackle the causes of suffering and mitigates their consequences.

Om ah hum aeho shutdi shufdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum yamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum wamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum lamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum ramho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha

 

flag_gb_small.gif (1000 octets) Dechen Shak-Dagsay is a Tibetan who has lived with her family in Switzerland since childhood. Together with about two thousand other Tibetans, her family found a new home there more than 35 years ago. Dechen Shak-Dagsay is the eldest daughter of a Tibetan lama, the Venerable Dagsay Tulku. Her family were always at pains to live and preserve their Tibetan culture, and at an early age Dechen Shak-Dagsay was fascinated by the traditional Tibetan songs and dancing. As a person who can identify with both the culture of Tibet and that of the western world, she sees her function in helping the people in the west to find the door to their own spirituality. The artist is married to Dr. Kalsang Shak, a Tibetan physician and they have two daughters, Yuri-Lhamo and Tara Lhanzey. Dechen Shak-Dagsay works in the Marketing Department of a big international company. She is convinced that the methods of finding inner peace will constantly play a bigger role to be able to better cope with the increasing tensions of the modern life.

The significance and positive effects of the individual mantras:

1. CHENRESI The Avalokiteshvara - Mantra
The Chenresi Mantra is the one the Tibetans themselves employ most frequently. Reciting this mantra is an extremely powerful way of discovering ones own sources of love and sympathy. An overwhelming feeling of peace within and without is immediately released. The Chenresi Mantra is also recommended as a loving style of support for the dying on their last journey.

Om mani padme hum

2. MEN-LHA The Medicine-Buddha - Mantra
Great efficacy is ascribed to the Medicine-Mantra. The Tibetan lamas employ this mantra for medical purposes to help improving the patients condition. In particular the mantra should be recited prior to taking medicine so as to enhance its efficacy. In addition, the Medicine-Mantra is employed in support of the dying as it permits them to cross over into the next sphere of existence in a state of spiritual peace.

Ta dya tha om beishajye beishajye maha beishajye beishajye raja samung gate svaha

3. LOBÖN RINPOCHE The Vajra-Guru - Mantra
This mantra serves to protect us from negative forces of a spiritual or physical nature and to achieve the qualities and virtues needed to support us on the path of spiritual development. The mantra is recited to evoke the great master Padmasambhava.

Om ah hum vajra guru padma siddhi hum

4. DORJE-SEMPA The Vajra-Sattva - Mantra
The Vajra-Sattva Mantra serves to cleanse the system of all spiritual and physical disorders and eliminate the negative forces. We open up our hearts to permit the negative emotions to be purged and in so doing create the basis for achieving peace and happiness.

Om Vajra sattva hum om vajra sattva mama vyadi vibend adi sarva nishedak perbava shantim kuru svaha

5. ÖHPA-ME The Amidaba - Mantra
This is a particularly effective mantra for visualising the ,,pure land”. Most religions make reference to some form of paradise that can be entered after death. For the Tibetans, paradise is the Pure Land of Amidaba. Regular recitation of this mantra helps us visualise the Pure Land so that we can take advantage of the familiarity of the image at the inevitable moment of death to achieve transformation in the Pure Land. The mantra is an entreaty for the secret essence of life.

Om ami daba hri

6. TSHE-PAK-ME The Long-life - Mantra
A long, healthy and worthwhile life is essential for all human beings in their quest for maximum merit in life as an active strategy for a positive influence of their karma in this life and the next. The mantra is recited as an entreaty for the eternal energy of life.

Om ama rani jivente svaha

7. DOLMA The Tara - Mantra
Tara is one of the most powerful tutelary goddesses in the Tibetan Buddhist faith. She is a source of help and protection both in the temporal world and on the spiritual path. Her name is invoked for protection at all levels, be it in everyday life, against negative external forces, or alongthe path of spiritual development. The mantra helps ensure that all negative obstacles are removed.

Om tare tuttare ture mama ayu pun ye gyana phustim kuru svaha om tare tuttare ture svaha

8. NAMGYEL-MA The Vijaya-Devi - Mantra
This mantra, too, isa powerful mantra for overcoming obstacles and it is also recited as a form of entreaty for a longer life so as to be able to accumulate as much merit in life as possible, and in general as a request for the hidden power of immortality.

Om drum svaha om amrita ayurdate svaha

9. DCHAM-PAL-YANG The Manjushri - Mantra
Outstanding qualities are ascribed to this intensive mantra for the development of wisdom and intelligence. It is recited so as to be able to see the true nature of phenomena. The Tibetans teach this mantra of wisdom to their children in order to promote their spiritual development and intelligence.

Om ara patsa na di di

10. TCHLJ-DLJ The Five Elements - Mantra
The Five Elements Mantra is an effective mantra for focusing the energies of the five elements in our cosmos (earth - water - fire - air/wind - space). Tibetan medicine is based on the assumption that the modules of the human organism correspond to those of the natural environment. For that reason an intact natural environment is essential for the survival of the human race. The Five Elements Mantra serves to achieve inner and outer harmony among the five elements.

Om sarva prithti perbava samgriha bat ate svaha
Om sarva utaka perbata samgriha bavate svaha
Om sarva agne perbava Sam griha bavate svaha
Om sarva vayu perbava samgriha barate staha
Om sarva akasha perbava samgriha bavate svaha

11. DRIP-SEL The Coloured Rain Shower - Mantra
To the Buddhist way of thinking, we have to seek the causes of suffering within ourselves and not without. These causes are usually rooted in our own spirit. People whose spirits are blurred by such negative emotions as greed, hate/anger, ignorance, pride and jealousy are capable of bringing great suffering to themselves and to others because they lack the clarity of vision needed to see things as they really are. This veil of ignorance, accompanied by the five negative emotions, is a barrier to clear vision. Recitation of the Coloured Rain Shower Mantra is recommended to regain clarity of vision and a state in which our actions can be reasonable and wise. This mantra also helps us tackle the causes of suffering and mitigates their consequences.

Om ah hum aeho shutdi shufdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum yamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum wamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum lamho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
Om ah hum ramho shutdi shutdi a a ah svaha
 

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