Pubbhana Sutta

No need to wait for lucky stars

  • 11th Sutta in “Paritta Pali”
  • For protection against bad omens, etc. and gaining happiness

Four verses from the Scriptures
Verse numbering per Sayadaw U Silanandabhivamsa

  • Verse 153 (of “Paritta Pali”)
    Assertion of truth about the “Accomplished One”
  • Verse 162 (of “Paritta Pali”)
    “every day can be auspicious day”
    On the day meritorious deeds are performed, the stars are auspicious, blessings are suspicious, … , the time is auspicious. Offerings made to the holy ones on such a day are well-offered.
  • Verse 163 (of “Paritta Pali”)
    three kinds of felicitous actions : bodily, verbal, mental
  • Verse 164 (of “Paritta Pali”)
    Good deeds
    Good results
    (a) Growth in the Dispensation of Buddha
    (b) have bliss
    (c) free from diseases
    (d) happy together with your relatives
  • The rest composed by compilers

Pali (in Burmese Script)

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