oṁ mune mune mahāmunaye svāhā
One who reads a sūtra is receiving the teachings of the Buddha in His presence.
Audio recordings of the Sanskrit alphabet posted 04/2008
Audio recordings of the mantras posted 11/2012
Sūtra 43 posted 01/2014
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| 2012a. Teachings of the Buddha|
(Originally published in Dec. 2009)
| 2012b. Thinking of Amitābha Buddha|
(Originally published in Jan. 2011)
|2012c. Bodhisattva Precepts|
|2013. The Bodhisattva Way|
|2014. Two Holy Grounds NEW!|
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