108 Prostrations of Repentance

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa

Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhassa

  1.  I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Buddhas of the three times.
  2.  I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Dhamma.
  3. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech or mind in this and all past lives to the Sangha.
  4. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my mothers from time immemorial.
  5. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my fathers from time immemorial.
  6. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my partners from time immemorial.
  7. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my children from time immemorial.
  8. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my teachers from time immemorial.
  9. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my siblings from time immemorial.
  10. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my friends from time immemorial.
  11. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to strangers from time immemorial.
  12. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my enemies from time immemorial.
  13. I ask forgiveness for having harmed or killed beings from time immemorial.
  14. I ask forgiveness for having harbored ill-will from time immemorial.
  15. I ask forgiveness for having taking that which is not given from time immemorial.
  16. I ask forgiveness for having been avaricious from time immemorial.
  17. I ask forgiveness for having committed sexual misconduct from time immemorial.
  18. I ask forgiveness for having spoken falsely from time immemorial.
  19. I ask forgiveness for having spoken harshly from time immemorial.
  20. I ask forgiveness for having spoken divisively from time immemorial.
  21. I ask forgiveness for having slandered others  from time immemorial.
  22. I ask forgiveness for having praised self at the expense of others from time immemorial.
  23. I ask forgiveness for having spoken idly from time immemorial.
  24. I ask forgiveness for having practiced wrong livelihood from time immemorial.
  25. I ask forgiveness for having taken intoxicating drink and drug from time immemorial.
  26. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Buddhas.
  27. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Dhamma
  28. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Sangha.
  29. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful towards my mothers
  30. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my fathers.
  31. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my teachers.
  32. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my partners
  33. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my children.
  34. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to siblings.
  35. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to strangers.
  36. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my enemies.

  37. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Buddhas of the three times.
  38.  I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Dhamma.
  39. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech or mind in this and all past lives to the Sangha.
  40. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my mothers from time immemorial.
  41. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my fathers from time immemorial.
  42. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my partners from time immemorial.
  43. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my children from time immemorial.
  44. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my teachers from time immemorial.
  45. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my siblings from time immemorial.
  46. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my friends from time immemorial.
  47. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to strangers from time immemorial.
  48. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my enemies from time immemorial.
  49. I ask forgiveness for having harmed or killed beings from time immemorial.
  50. I ask forgiveness for having harbored ill-will from time immemorial.
  51. I ask forgiveness for having taking that which is not given from time immemorial.
  52. I ask forgiveness for having been avaricious from time immemorial.
  53. I ask forgiveness for having committed sexual misconduct from time immemorial.
  54. I ask forgiveness for having spoken falsely from time immemorial.
  55. I ask forgiveness for having spoken harshly from time immemorial.
  56. I ask forgiveness for having spoken divisively from time immemorial.
  57. I ask forgiveness for having slandered others  from time immemorial.
  58. I ask forgiveness for having praised self at the expense of others from time immemorial.
  59. I ask forgiveness for having spoken idly from time immemorial.
  60. I ask forgiveness for having practiced wrong livelihood from time immemorial.
  61. I ask forgiveness for having taken intoxicating drink and drug from time immemorial.
  62. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Buddhas.
  63. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Dhamma
  64. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Sangha.
  65. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful towards my mothers
  66. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my fathers.
  67. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my teachers.
  68. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my partners
  69. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my children.
  70. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to siblings.
  71. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to strangers.
  72. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my enemies.

  73.  I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Buddhas of the three times.
  74.  I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind in this and all past lives to the Dhamma.
  75. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech or mind in this and all past lives to the Sangha.
  76. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my mothers from time immemorial.
  77. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my fathers from time immemorial.
  78. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my partners from time immemorial.
  79. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my children from time immemorial.
  80. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my teachers from time immemorial.
  81. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my siblings from time immemorial.
  82. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my friends from time immemorial.
  83. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to strangers from time immemorial.
  84. I ask forgiveness for any harm I have done by body, speech and mind to my enemies from time immemorial.
  85. I ask forgiveness for having harmed or killed beings from time immemorial.
  86. I ask forgiveness for having harbored ill-will from time immemorial.
  87. I ask forgiveness for having taking that which is not given from time immemorial.
  88. I ask forgiveness for having been avaricious from time immemorial.
  89. I ask forgiveness for having committed sexual misconduct from time immemorial.
  90. I ask forgiveness for having spoken falsely from time immemorial.
  91. I ask forgiveness for having spoken harshly from time immemorial.
  92. I ask forgiveness for having spoken divisively from time immemorial.
  93. I ask forgiveness for having slandered others  from time immemorial.
  94. I ask forgiveness for having praised self at the expense of others from time immemorial.
  95. I ask forgiveness for having spoken idly from time immemorial.
  96. I ask forgiveness for having practiced wrong livelihood from time immemorial.
  97. I ask forgiveness for having taken intoxicating drink and drug from time immemorial.
  98. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Buddhas.
  99. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Dhamma
  100. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to the Sangha.
  101. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful towards my mothers
  102. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my fathers.
  103. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my teachers.
  104. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my partners
  105. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my children.
  106. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to siblings.
  107. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to strangers.
  108. I ask forgiveness for having been ungrateful to my enemies.
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