“Next, for the practice of ethical discipline, while meditating the master-deity on your head, reflect in the following manner: For the sake of all sentient beings, my mothers, may I quickly attain complete and perfect Buddhahood. For that purpose may I give up wrongful deeds that conflict with whatever vows I have taken, like the vow to abstain from the ten non-virtues. May I generate in my mind the six perfections, generosity and so forth, and the excellent virtue of ethical discipline and so on that I have yet to achieve, and may the good qualities that I already have be enhanced. May I lead all sentient beings to the excellent virtue of ethical discipline and so forth, and establish them in the path of progress and liberation. Master-deity, please bless me so that I may be able to do so.”
From The Easy Path – Stages of the Path to Enlightenment by Panchen Lobsang Chokyi Gyaltsen
As translated in: The Easy Path to Travel to Omniscience: A Practical Exposition of the Stages of the Path by Panchen Losang Chokyi Gyel Tsen, which is included in The Pearl Garland: An Anthology of Lamrims, translated from the Tibetan under Venerable Dagpo Rinpoche’s guidance by Rosemary Patton, Editions Guepele (France).