Melody of Devotion - Karmapa Khyenno, CD




Author: H.H. 17th Karmapa
Format: CD


The word "karma" means "activity" , so "Karmapa" means "the one who performs activities." Noble Karmapa is the one who fulfills Buddhas' activities. In other words, he's the manifestation of activities of Buddhas' from ten directions in all three times.

"Khyenno" is saying "please understand my heart," thus, "Karmapa Khyenno" could be interpreted as "Karmapa, you know my heart, you understand my grief and sorrow, please grand your mercy to me, hold me in your compassion. Please, protect me and help me, please do not forgot me nor abandon me." 

1. Radiant Blessing of Auspiciousness ( 8:09 )
2. Blessing Prayers by The 8th Karmapa Mikyo Dorje ( 4:54 ) 

Melody of Devotion - Karmapa Khyenno, CD, Nepal Karma Lekshey Ling Institute of Higher Buddhism Studies, 46:33 minutes, 


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  1. Dear Karmapa, I didnt know that you are the author of this beautiful melody, Thanks

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