The Repelling Practice of Siṃhamukhā, A Brief Recitation

by Yeshe Nyima

The daily ‘hand-clapping’ practice of Siṃhamukhā (the Lion-faced Dakini) assists practitioners to overcome and eliminate obstacles, hindrances, and dangers associated with various calamities, supernatural threats from humans and non-humans alike, and other various dangers.

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Translated by Khenpo Migmar Tseten.

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The Repelling Practice of Siṃhamukhā, A Brief Recitation