(Pinyin: Chúgàizhàng Púsà)
(Pinyin: Jìngzhūyèzhàng Púsà)
(romaji: Jogaishō Bosatsu)
(RR: Jeongje'eobjang Bosal)
(RR: Jegaejang Bosal)
Wylie: sgrib pa rnam sel
THL: dribpa nam sel
|Vietnamese||Trừ Cái Chướng Bồ Tát|
|Venerated by||Mahāyāna, Vajrayāna|
He is invoked to remove or eliminate all the obstacles to insure a successful meditation.
In Vajrana Buddhism, he is usually placed in the lineage of Amoghasiddhi Buddha, one of the five Dhyani Buddhas, more rarely of Akshobhya Buddha. He is sometimes considered a form of Vajrapāṇi, though this is most likely a confusion with the mahāsattva Mahāsthāmāprāpta which Vajrapāṇi is one of its incarnations.
In iconography, he has often a flower in one hand, sometimes with a jewel (Cintamaṇi).
Sutras and tantras
The mantra of this great bodhisattva to remove all obstacles and disturbances mentioned in the Vairocana-sūtra, is as follows:
namaḥ samantabuddhānāṃ/ aḥ/ sattva hitābhyudgata/ traṃ/ traṃ/ raṃ/ raṃ/ svāhā
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