The Vajra Cchedika Prajna Paramita Sutra

( The Diamond Sutra )


Presented in 32 chapters for study and contemplation purposes.  Each chapter offers profound Dharma when contemplated.

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The Prajna literature is very extensive;  it covers approximately twenty years of the Buddha's teachings.  

The Buddha finished his daily walk with the monks to gather offerings of food and sits down to rest.  The monk Subhuti comes forth and asks the Buddha a question.  What follows is a dialogue regarding the nature of perception.

The Diamond Sutra is a short and well-known Mahayana Sutra from the Prajana Paramita, or "Perfection of Wisdom" genre, and it emphasized the practice of non-abiding and non-attachment.

A list of vivid metaphors for impermanence appears in a popular four-line verse at the end of the Sutra:

        All conditioned phenomena

        Are like dreams, illusions, bubbles, or shadows;

        Like drops of dew, or flashes of lightning;

        Thus should they be contemplated.

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The Mahajrya Buddhist Tradition observes the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha.  However, our tradition also acknowledges the wisdom of 4 other masters; Jesus, Krishna, Melkitzedeq and Maha Vajra.

Mahajrya Buddhism, although non-orthodox, is based on or considered a sub-branch of Mahayana Buddhism.  This Buddhism is more focused on the practice of embodying states of being and therefore is a highly efficient and fast way to advance on the path of self-mastery and enlightenment.


- Maha Raja 




Technique is paramount.  Practice is everything.  But FREEDOM IS ABSOLUTE.

Do as little or as much work on yourself as you choose and don't be hard on yourself.  Believe in yourself until you are ready to believe in something far greater from which your power emanates.

I am here to help you find your power.

-Maha Raja