From now on, until I achieve enlightenment, I rely on you.
Please give me wisdom to escape samsara.
If I am supposed to get sick, let me get sick, and I’ll be happy.
May this sickness purify my negative karma
and the sickness of all sentient beings
If I am supposed to be healed, let all my sickness
and confusion be healed, and I’ll be happy.
May all sentient beings be healed and filled with happiness.
If I am supposed to die, let me die, and I’ll be happy.
May all the delusion and causes of suffering of beings die.
If I am supposed to live a long life, let me live a long life, and I’ll be happy.
May my life be meaningful in service to sentient beings.
If my life is cut short, let it be cut short, and I’ll be happy.
May I and all others be free from attachment and aversion.
“Repeat this often, without expectation or fear, in order to train the mind. This is one of the most well-known verses practiced by many great Bodhisattvas, through which they received excellent results. This is a special method to free ourselves from hope and fear so that we can transmute suffering into the path of enlightenment.”
Khenchen Gyaltsen, Transformation of Suffering