（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of theft from past lives.）
To the Tathagata Moonlight, Tathagata Moon White and Tathagata Brilliance Definite Suppression I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse all obscurations of sexual intercourse.）
To the Tathagata Obtaining Bliss and Tathagata Stainless Light I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of the transgression of vows resulting from greed.）
To the Tathagata Absolute Victory and Tathagata Absolute Sound I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse all the ten negative actions.）
To the Tathagata Moon Tara, Tathagata Absolute Power and Tathagata Jewel Moonlight Refuge Sublime Sound of Drums King I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse the four gross obscurations.）
To the Tathagata Infinite Luminosity, Tathagata Ubiquitous Incense, Tathagata Incense King, and Tathagata Possessing Flowers Power King.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of failure in keeping the precepts, damaging bodhicitta and its vows.）
To the Tathagata Brahma All Mighty, Tathagata Emitting Incense Light, and Tathagata Jewel Flame Extreme Clarity I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of defaming Sangha and seizing Sangha’s wealth and food of ten directions.）
To the Tathagata Sacred Golden Light, Tathagata Golden Light, and Tathagata Infinite Great Light I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of consuming the wealth of Buddhist Scriptures, Pagodas and the ten positive actions.）
To the Tathagata Stainless Luminosity King, Tathagata Flame, and Tathagata Incense Magnificence I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of consuming the wealth of offering incense, Gurus, and secret mantra.）
To the Tathagata Jewel Buddha Deeds and Tathagata Jewel Banner of
Victory I prostrate.
（Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of riding horses and obtain immeasurable karmic rewards.）
To the Tathagata Production of Jewels and known as the Tathagata Flower Decoration Shining I prostrate.
(Reciting once will cleanse obscurations of bodhicitta place and Bodhi practice in inconceivable one hundred thousand kalpas.)