Manjusri Mani Rilbu is known as Jamyang Pill in Tibetan. Jamyang pill is used to enhance wisdom and knowledge and recommended to take it on Thursday. Made by a great practitioner/Tibetan doctor in Nepal. Manjursi is a Great Bodhisattva who represents wisdom and is a principle Dharma protector. He is the once and future Buddha, Sanskrit means “gentle, or sweet, glory”; he is also known as Mãnjughoṣa (“Sweet Voice”) and Vāgīśvara (“Lord of Speech”). In China he is called Wen-shu Shih-li, in Japan Monju, and in Tibet ’Jam-dpal. ”

Manjusri’s most dynamic attribute is his sword, the vajra sword of discriminating wisdom or insight. The sword cuts through ignorance and the entanglements of conceptual views. It cuts away ego and self-created obstacles. Sometimes the sword is in flames, which can represent light or transformation. It can cut things in two, but it can also cut into one, by cutting the self/other dualism. It is said the sword can both give and take life. We must apply this Vajra sword to reality and the one-taste of integrated meditation as lifestyle, not just the formal sitting or retreats but the alloyed aspects of the mind that are cut through and reduced of all constructs, crutches, and false supports that trick us into pacifying complacency or egoism. Manjursi destroys obstacles, many of which become self inflicted though the wrong views, fear, or what amounts to a spiritual laziness. We become lethargic, weary and demoralized or stagnant, this can be a crucial moment in any spiritual transmutation. This is often the period that the Supreme anomalies of skillful means brings in the strange attractors that shift the course of one’s caste, karma and station. Through the fire of intense spiritual aspiration it is truly possible to burst through those veils obscuring Absolute Self from Self, with the siddhi of piercing Insight Wisdom. The dark phases, the stagnant periods, the low points, these can be the black stage, the nigredo, the ferment or decomposition phase to the deepest Wisdom.

Just as the mercury is toxic we are all in a sense empty and toxic. The poison curled at the base of the spine must be transmuted and raised to a healing elixir that drips in the cranium. Humanity has a spiritual poison, physical pollution as poison and the wrong views of psychological toxicity that must be turned to medicine. Just as mercury is toxic but through many processes it becomes a spiritual boon and ultimate kayakalpa rasayana elixir, so can this strange toxic residue that lurks inside the human become golden ambrosia. This is the the essence of the path, where the fundamental structure of the volatile mercury is fatigued and begins to spin. Like our spiritual venom of the kundalini, mercury is a volatile liquid metal, hovering between the realms of mineral, metal and plant as a rasa, a power substance and toxic seed of Lord Shiva. To pierce the sheaths of the toxic mind needs the fierce Vajra diamond wisdom as a literal vehicle and conveyance beyond the terrestrial and psychological limitations that are self imposed by participation in the MahaMaya. The disentanglement requires the Empowering energies of genuine initiation, and the sacramental Empowerment through Taste fulfills the spiritual function of blessing and removing obstacles to the devotional and generative stage practices so crucial to generating the true Wisdom Body. This is a sacrament to take and do as many prostrations in counts of 108 as one is able to align this humility, devotion and in the physical active yoga of manipulating the spine it is a true gentle method of kundalini awakening. It is most beneficial to get a small picture of Manjursi and to light a butter lamp for him and say his mantra while performing the prostrations in the traditional Tibetan manner.*

If one is looking for a true Guru and having trouble and in remote areas where there is no community, one can trust in Manjursi to be the True Guru and devotedly follow his sadhana with no fear. He is a gentle and protector Guru, and many traditional poems give methods to honor and garner his support and favor in Dharma practice. Begin with the prostrations, rinse mouth and take the pills letting them dissolve in your mouth as you visualize the Bodhisattva. You must study his image in exacting detail and reproduce it in vivid detail inside you merging inner self into Manjursi’s radiance and say his mantra OM AH RA PA TSA NA DHI 108 times in continuous increments. Offer incense and become empowered and deepen the link with daily offerings of water and incense. Study all aspects of Manjursi and saturate every aspect of his being into yourself and return the deep visionary formula of eidetic imaging and numinous invocation through the complete fusion of self with all aspects of this Dharma master as Guru and Guide.

Praise to Manjushri (Gang-lo-ma)
La ma dang gön po jé tsün jam päi yang la chak tsäl lo
Gang gi lo drö drip nyi trin drel nyi tar nam dak rap sel wä
Ji nyé dön kün ji zhin zik chir nyi kyi tuk kar lek bam dzin
Gang dak si pä tsön rar ma rik mün tom duk ngel gyi zir wä
Dro tsok kün la bu chik tar tsé yän lak druk chü yang dän sung
Druk tar cher drok nyön mong nyi long lä kyi chak drok dröl dzä ching
Ma rik mün sel duk ngäl nyu gu ji nyé chö dzé rel dri nam
Dö nä dak ching sa chü tar sön yön tän lhün dzok gyel sä tu bö ku
Chu trak chu dang chu nyi gyän trä dak lö mün sel jam päi yang la dü


Tsé dän khyö kyi khyen rap ö zer gyi
Dak lö ti muk mün pa rap säl nä
Ka dang tän chö zhung luk tok pa yi
Lo drö pop päi nang wa tsäl du söl

Homage to my guru and protector, Manjushri!

You, whose intelligence shines forth as the sun, unclouded by delusions or traces of ignorance,
Who hold to your heart a scriptural text symbolic of seeing all things as they are,
Who teaches in sixty ways, with the loving compassion of a mother for her only son,
To all creatures caught in the prison of samsara,
Confused in the darkness of their ignorance, overwhelmed by their suffering.
You, whose dragon-thunder–like proclamation of Dharma arouses us from the stupor of our delusions
And frees us from the iron chains of our karma,
Who wields the sword of wisdom hewing down suffering wherever its sprouts appear,
Clearing away the darkness of all ignorance;
You, whose princely body is adorned with the one hundred and twelve marks of a Buddha,
Who has completed the stages achieving the highest perfections of a bodhisattva,
Who has been pure from the beginning.
To you, oh Manjushri, I bow.

With the brilliance of your wisdom, O compassionate one,
Illuminate the darkness enclosing my mind,
Enlighten my intelligence and wisdom
So that I may gain insight into the Buddha’s words and the texts that explain them.

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