Recollecting the Three Jewels of Refuge (the qualities of the Buddha, Dhamma, and Sangha) is central to all Buddhist practice. It is recommended by Lord Buddha himself, as a means to inform and gladden the mind.
Recollecting the profound qualities of Bodhisattvas is crucial in Mahayana traditions, which emphasize boundess compassion for all beings. Two Mahayana chants (4, 6) are included here as a support to our cultivation of the Four Divine Attitudes (loving-kindness, compassion, empathic joy, equanimity).
1 - Homage to The Buddha
2 - Homage to the Dhamma
3 - Homage to the Sangha
4 - Om Mani Padme Hung (mantra of compassion and wisdom)
5 - Refuge in the victory of liberation
6 - Long mantra of Avalokiteshvara Bodhisattva
7 - Praise to the Three Jewels
8 - Four Divine Attitudes
9 - Ten Perfections, 30 Aspects
Added in 2015
10 - Maha Karuna chant with Malaysian chorus - a simple chant with the sense of community, Devotional Chanting without music.