Practice of Buddhānuśmṛti in Pure Land Buddhism

Buddhānuśmṛti (Buddha + anuśmṛti) is translated into English as mindfulness upon the Buddha’s qualities or virtues. It is considered as one of four-fold protected meditation in Theravada tradition, such as Buddhānussati, Mettā, Asubha, and Maraṇānussati. etc The career of Pure-Land Buddhist teaching is based on the faith of the Amitābha Buddha. Mostly, the practices of teachings are related to the Buddhānuśmṛti. It is made a fact when referring to the fundamental texts for Pure-Land Buddhism.
According to the Amitāyur-dhyāna sutra, there are several times has mentioned the concentration of Amitābhaya Buddha’s name, it is like a Mantra to recite in daily life for the purification of beings. Even one who has committed evil karmas, so, he can be born in the Pure-Land. But one has to wait for a period to learn from Bodhisattvas and to meet the Amitābhaya Buddha. The important thing here, one has to meet a wise teacher who can give the advice to be concentrated on the name of Amitābhaya Buddha by reciting “Homage to Amitāyus Buddha (Chinese; na-mo-o-mituo-fo, Sanskrit; namo’mitabhayabuddhaya’, or ‘namo’mitayusebuddhaya’), it is enough to be born in the Sukhāvati