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Chant These Buddhist Healing Mantras For All Diseases

Words hold powerful healing vibrations. Thoughts hold even more powerful healing vibrations. This is why positive mantras or affirmations can be extremely beneficial.

In Tibetan Buddhism, there are many powerful mantras for healing. Even though you may not fully understand these mantras, the reality is that the more you recite them, the greater chance they will have to heal you.

Here is a list of Buddhist healing mantras:

#1 The Seven Line Prayer

“This prayer in seven vajra lines is the most majestic of all prayers to the great and glorious one of Oddiyana, the essence of all the victorious ones of the three times. Arising as the inherent vibration of naturally occurring vajra sound, it constitutes a great treasure trove of blessings and spiritual attainments.” Mipham Rinpoche


”Hung orgyen yul gyi nubjang tsam,
Pema gesar dongpo la,
Yatsen chok gi ngödrub nye,
Pema jungne shye su drak,
Khor du khandro mangpo kor,
Khye kyi jesu dak drub kyi,
Jingyi lab chir shek su sol, Guru pema siddhi hung.”

#3 Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha Mantra

Ksitigarbha is a bodhisattva mainly venerated in East Asian Buddhism and commonly illustrated as a Buddhist monk. His name may be literally translated as “Earth Store,” “Earth Treasury,” “Earth Matrix,” or “Earth Womb.” Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha is known for His sincere vow to take responsibility for the instruction of all sentient beings in the 6 realms between the death of Shakyamuni Buddha and the rise of Maitreya Buddha, as well as His vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are emptied.


#4 White Tara Mantra

Goddess Tara’s name translates roughly as ”One Who Saves.” Tara is compassionate towards all living beings and has a heartfelt aspiration to prevent further suffering which has been described as stronger than a mother’s love for her children.

White Tara Goddess is an emanation of Mother Tara who is associated with longevity. One also calls on White Tara for strength, health, and longevity. She embodies the activity of wisdom and compassion.

She is also known as Samaya Tara, signifying ”Vow Tara.” This actually refers to Goddess Tara’s vow to save all living beings and also to our vow, which is a Bodhisattva vow like Tara’s.

Lyrics – ”Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pushtim Kuru Svaha.”



3 Buddhist Chants For Meditation And Relaxation

Sound is a form of vibration. Actually, everything in the creation vibrates at a certain frequency. Therefore, by saying a mantra we introduce the vibrational frequency of that mantra into our mind and body so that we too begin to resonate with the vibration and words of the mantra.

More importantly, when we select a word or series of words to repeat in the form of a mantra, we are affirming it to ourselves and allowing its meaning to permeate below the surface, into our subconscious mind, helping to shift our negative patterns and habits into positive ones.

Below you can find 3 Buddhist chants for meditation:

#1 Lama Tsongkhapa Mantra

Je Tsongkhapa, whose ordained name was Losang Dragpa, was a great Tibetan Buddhist Master from the 14th century who developed and promoted the Kadampa Buddhism that Atisha had introduced 3 centuries earlier.

Lama Tsongkhapa is visualized as a kind and wise guru, beautiful and smiling, with a tall yellow pandit’s hat, seated on a lotus throne, with all the signs and marks of a Buddha.


„Mig-me tze-wai ter-chen Chen-re-zig
Dri-me kyen-pai wang-po Jam-pel-yang
Dü-pung ma-lü jom-dze Sang-wai dag
Gang-chen kay-pai tzug-gyan Tsong-Khapa
Lo-zang Drag-pai zhab-la sol-wa deb.”

#3 Avalokiteshvara’s Ten Prayers

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara has great powers and can help all sentient beings.

His skillful means are limitless and the Bodhisattva can appear in any form in all the 6 realms of existence to relieve the suffering of the sentient beings who live there.

The Sanskrit name “Avalokiteshvara” literally translates as “the lord who looks upon the world with compassion”.




Six Syllable Mantra Detailed Word by Word Meaning

The meaning and significance of the six syllable mantra, also known as Om mani padme hum, have been interpreted in a variety of ways.

English translations:

  • “Om Jewel in the Lotus Hum”
  • “Praise to the Jewel in the Lotus”
  • “The Diamond in the Lotus”
  • “Behold! The jewel in the lotus!”

The first known reference to this Tibetan mantra is in the Karandavyuha Sutra, a Mahayana sacred sutra that was compiled at the end of the fourth century or beginning of the 5th century A.D.

The Om Mani Padme Hum mantra is an integral part of Mahayana Buddhism and is particularly found in the places where this branch of Buddhism exists and flourishes, namely Tibet, Sikkim, northern parts of India, or Bhutan.

The mantra is imbued with the compassion, grace, and power of Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, who himself gathers the compassion, grace, and power of all the Bodhisattvas and Buddhas. He is beloved throughout the Buddhist world, not only in Mahayana Buddhism but also in Vajrayana (“Diamond Vehicle”), the Tantric (or esoteric) branch of Buddhism, and in Theravada, the branch of Buddhism that largely does not recognize Bodhisattvas.

Six syllable mantra meaning:

Each syllable of the mantra allows us to close the door of painful rebirths in one of the 6 realms composing cyclic existence and purifies the vice connected with that specific realm:

  • Om represents the body of all Buddhas and it is found at the beginning of nearly all mantras. This syllable dissolves pride and bliss (the realm of the gods);
  • Ma dissolves and removes jealousy and the need for entertainment (the realm of the jealous gods) and establishes ethics;
  • Ni dissolves desire and passion (the human realm) and establishes patience;
  • Pad dissolves prejudice and ignorance (the animal realm) and establishes perseverance;
  • Me dissolves possessiveness and poverty (the realm of the hungry ghosts) and establishes concentration;
  • Hum purifies hatred and aggression (the hell realm) and establishes wisdom.

Benefits of reciting Om Mani Padme Hum mantra:

The powerful mantra “Om Mani Padme Hum” is practiced more than any other in the world. This mantra creates a state of compassion that will manifest in subtle and obvious ways.

It is said in the ancient teachings that anybody who practices this mantra with compassion, humans or devas, will receive wisdom and knowledge. Furthermore, this healing mantra has the power to heal many physical and mental sufferings and to protect from any harms.

More importantly, practicing the mantra, together with the Meditation On Loving Kindness, allows us to experience Oneness with all of Creation and to intensify our spiritual connection. The simple spiritual teaching of this mantra is the concept that when the mind and heart become united, then anything is possible.

“This is the most beneficial mantra. Even I made this aspiration to all the million Buddhas and subsequently received this teaching from Amitabha Buddha.” – Gautama Buddha’s quote.

Triple Mantra Protection Meditation: Lyrics and Meaning

Triple mantra lyrics:

”Aad Guray Nameh, Jugaad Guray Nameh, Sat Guray Nameh, Siri Guroo Dayv-ay Nameh

Aad Such Jugaad Such Hai Bhee Such Nanak Hosee Bhee Such

Aad Such Jugaad Such Hai Bhai Such Nanak Hosee Bhai Such.”

Mantra translation:

”I bow to the primal Guru.I bow to the truth that has existed throughout the ages I bow to True Wisdom. I bow to the Great Divine Wisdom

True in the beginning, true throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak, the truth shall ever be.

True in the beginning, true throughout the ages, true even now, Nanak, the truth shall ever be.”


Practicing this Kundalini mantra dissolves all types of material and psychic hindrances in one’s daily life. The mantra is a sure protector against a car, train, plane and other types of accidents. The first part of the mantra will surround you with a potent energy of protection, the second part will remove spiritual hindrances from your path and the third part will dissolve all types of hindrances from your mundane life.


Sit or lie comfortably (preferably in the easy pose). It is not necessary to force yourself into a lotus position if you are not used to it. No matter how you sit, it is essential to maintain the natural curve of your back.

Close your eyes and mentally scan your physical body, relaxing each body part one at a time. Start with your toes, feet, ankles, shins and gently continue to move up your entire body. In addition, don’t forget to relax your shoulders, neck, eyes, face, jaw and tongue which are all frequent areas for us to hold mental and emotional tensions.

Start saying your mantra, either out loud or internally, as you concentrate on the meaning of the triple mantra. Meditate on the meaning, go deep and develop your own understanding.

When your attention wanders, as it naturally will, you just come back to the mantra recitation. Having your attention wander is perfectly normal (for beginners and advanced meditators), a part of the process, and will happen a million times. When you notice that you’re off on a train of thought, just slowly disengage from the thought stream and go back to the mantra meditation.

Practice with this mantra and discover for yourself how it heals you, removing sorrow, sadness, and disease. As long as you practice this mantra daily, you will be protected on this Earth.

When you are ready to end your meditation practice, slowly bring your conscious attention back to your surroundings. Open your eyes. Acknowledge your presence in the space around you. Gently wiggle your toes and fingers. Start to move your feet, hands, arms and legs. Move slowly and take your time getting up.

The meditation should be done for three or eleven minutes.

Vipassana Metta Chant (aka Sabka Mangal Hoye Re) Meaning

Vipassana Metta Chant – Sabka mangal hoye re: lyrics and meaning in English:

Sabaka mangala sabaka mangala sabaka mangala hoya re.

May I be happy and blessed with goodness all the time.


Tera mangala tera mangala tera mangala hoya re.

May you be happy and blessed with goodness all the time.


Drishya aur adrishya sabhi jivoh ka mangala hoya re, jala ke thala ke aur gagana ke jala ke thala ke aur gagane ke, brani sukhiya hoya re.

Beings living on the earth, in the water and in the air, may all be happy and without pain


Dasoh dishao ke saba prani dasoh dishao ke saba prani, mangala labhi hoya re.

Creatures living in all ten directions, may they meet goodness everywhere.


Nirbhaya hoy nirbaira banned sabh – sabh nirapad hoya re.

May all be without fear and without ill-will, may all be without torment.


Every day during the vipassana 10-day course, you may hear the teacher singing this Buddhist chant, also known as “Sabaka Mangal Hoye Re,” which literally translates as “May Goodness Happen for All”.

Vipassana, meaning to see things as they really are, is one of India’s most powerful methods of meditation. It was rediscovered by Buddha Shakyamuni more than 2,500 years ago and was taught by Him as a universal remedy for universal problems,

Vipassana can be cultivated by the practice that includes introspection and contemplation although primarily observation and awareness of bodily sensations. The techniques may differ in the modern Buddhist traditions and non-sectarian groups, according to the founder, but the prime objective is to develop insight.

With daily practice, Vipassana meditation releases the tensions developed in the day to day life, opening the knots tied by the old habit of reacting in an unbalanced way to unpleasant and pleasant situations.

S.N. Goenka is a Burmese man of Indian descent who one might say reintroduced this method to the world, and in the 1970s, opened the first meditation centers. In the present days, there are more than 190 Vipassana meditation centers around the world. Goenka lessons and technical instructions are played during the course, whose structure is identical regardless of the location. A usual schedule includes – ten days of silence, meditation from 4:00 A.M and 9:00 P.M., with breaks for meals and rest in between.

Moreover, there are no charges for the meditation retreat (not even to cover the cost of accommodation and food). Neither the teacher nor the assistant teachers receive financial remuneration; they and those who organize the courses volunteer their time. All financial expenses are met by donations from individuals who, having completed a meditation retreat and experienced the benefits of it, wish to give other people the opportunity to also benefit.

What Are The Lyrics And Meaning Of Mittar Pyare Nu Shabad?

Mantra lyrics:

”Mithr piaarae noo(n) haal mureedhaa dhaa kehinaa

Thudhh bin rog rajaaeeaa dhaa oudtan naag nivaasaa dhae hehinaa

Sool suraahee kha(n)jar piaalaa bi(n)g kasaaeeaaa(n) dhaa sehinaa

Yaararrae dhaa saanoo(n) saathhar cha(n)gaa bhat(h) khaerriaa dhaa rehinaa.”

Mittar Pyare Nu Haal Mureedan Da Kehna Shabad meaning:

”Tell the beloved friend the plight of his disciples.

Without You, using bed sheets is like a sickness and like living as being wrapped by the snakes.

Our water pitchers are like stakes of torture and our cups have edges like daggers.

Your neglect is like the suffering of animals at the hands of butchers.

Death bed with my Beloved is better than body burning without Him.”

More information:

This Shabad is from Sikh spiritual tradition and composed by Guru Gobind Singh ji.

He was born “Gobind Rai” and was the 10th and last of the human form Gurus of Sikhism.

As a child, Guru Gobind Singh learned many different languages including Urdu, Sanskrit, Hindi, Braj, Persian and Gurmukhi. He also learned martial arts to become skilled in combat.

He also infused the spirit of both soldier and sainthood in the hearts and minds of his followers to fight oppression in order to restore peace, justice, righteousness and to uplift the down-trodden people in this world. More importantly, He introduced many of the customs that Sikhs practice in the present day.

Guru Gobind Singh’s bani can be found in the Dasam Granth. The Dasam Granth (Book of the Tenth Emperor), also known as Dasven Padshah Ka Granth, is the 2nd most important scripture of Sikhism, after Guru Granth Sahib.

” Without the power of devotion, they cannot realize the Lord. Though they perform havens, hold yagyas and offer charities, without the single-minded absorption in the Lord’s name, all religious rituals are useless. Only those who have loved shall attain the Lord.” – Guru Gobind Singh Ji’s quote.

What is The Meaning of Sita Ram Mantra Sri Ram Jai Ram?

Mantra lyrics in Sanskrit:

”Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram Sita Ram Sita Ram.”


”Victory to glorious Lord Rama, and the radiant Goddess.”

Goddess Sita Maa description

She is the consort of Lord Rama, the 7th incarnation (avatar) of Lord Vishnu. She is one of the most popular goddesses of Hindu spiritual tradition.

Goddess Sita is also considered the incarnation of Goddess Lakshmi (the goddess of prosperity, purity, wealth, abundance, generosity, and the embodiment of grace, beauty, and charm), the divine consort of Vishnu. Goddess Sita is considered the ideal wife, ideal daughter, and ideal mother, since ages.

She is remembered for her attributes and virtues. Devi Sita represents all that is noble in womanhood.

The Sanskrit word Sita translates as “furrow” or “the line made by the plow,” a term held by ancient Indians to be redolent of fecundity and the many blessings that accrue from settled agriculture.

Lord Rama and Goddess Sita are recognized as a divine couple, the union of female and male, Atma and Paramatma, Lord and devotee, macrocosm and microcosm, Kundalini and Shiva (Supreme Consciousness).

Chanting Sita Ram Mantra – Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram benefits     

Ancient mantras are as subtle as the air which creates ripples in the water as it slowly moves over it. Air is all-pervading and at the same time affects particular regions. The domain of the mantras is also such. It is all –pervading and also creates a beneficial impact (on mind and body) on the one who is practicing.

This Sanskrit mantra balances both sides of the brain. It vitalizes and harmonizes the whole physical body, removing blockages, cleansing toxins and impurities, activating our self-awareness, shedding light on what were once dark recesses of our mind, body, spirit trinity.


The legend of Lord Rama is deeply influential and popular in the societies of the Indian subcontinent and across South East Asia. He is acknowledged for His courage, unending compassion, and devotion to spiritual values and duty. Furthermore, Hanuman declared Him as being a supreme being and said that by saying the name of Rama, all earthly problems may be dissolved. In addition, by reciting the name of Rama 10 million times, one can achieve Moksha (complete liberation).

What is the Meaning of Pavan Guru Mantra (Pran Bandha Mantra)?

Mantra lyrics:

„Pavan Pavan Pavan Pavan

Par Para Pavan Guru

Pavan Guru Wahe Guru

Wahe Guru Pavan Guru.”

Mantra translation in English:

”The air, the air, the air, the air. The Infinity and beyond the Infinity. The air is the Guru. The air is the Guru. Wha! The Guru is beyond description. Wha! The Guru is wonderful. The air is the Guru.”

Pavan Guru mantra description

This Kundalini mantra forges a powerful connection between you as a finite unit magnetic field and the universal, creative magnetic field of energy that we call Supreme Consciousness.

The mantra is the pure pranic energy. There is no better healing method then this mantra. Pavan represents the energy or the prana (which is the life force).

In yoga, the concept of prana is very precise. When we speak of energy (prana), we do not mean the breath, air or oxygen. Scientifically and precisely speaking, prana represents the original life force.

There are three main energetical channels through which this life-energy flows. These channels (also known as nadis in Sanskrit) are ida, pingala and sushumna. Ida, pingala and sushumna meet together at 7 different places. Each meeting place forms an energetic vortex, called chakra.

Reciting Pran Bandha mantra benefits:

The modern mind is distracted, pulled in numerous different directions, and needs a simple method to focus. Thus, ancient mantras serve this purpose most effectively and quietly.

Mantras are also sacred vibrations, and as we know, we are made of pure energy, each vibrating at a different frequency. Kundalini mantras have the power to change that frequency.

Moreover, practicing mantra meditation helps distract the “monkey mind,” making a meditative state easier to attain. When we meditate early in the morning, before sunrise, we gain the additional benefit of the pineal gland’s secretion (third eye), which regulates our metabolism with melatonin (hormone) and gives us a deeper meditative experience.

“Mantras are not small things, Kundalini mantras have power. They are the mind vibration in relationship to the Cosmos. The science of mantra is based on the ancient knowledge that sound (vibration) is a type of energy having power, structure, and a definite predictable effect on the chakras, nadis, and the human mind.” – Yogi Bhajan

Humee Hum Tumee Tum Mantra – Wahe Guru Meditation


”Humee hum tumee tum wahe guru.”

Humee Hum Tumee Tum Wahe Guru mantra meaning:

“I’m Thine in Mine Myself, Wahe Guru”.

More information

Chanting mantras have been used in all cultures for thousands of years to uplift the consciousness and activate certain archetypal energies within the self. This practice simply means reciting certain sacred sounds or words. It is a commonly used spiritual method and it is also mostly synonymous with religious rituals.

Chanting a mantra is an invaluable technique for training the mind to remain present. It is extremely difficult for your thoughts to wander while reciting a mantra. But if your mind wanders, the ancient words you’re saying will get garbled very quickly. Mantra meditation is an instant and excellent reminder to return to the present moment.

Moreover, reciting a mantra drastically calms the practitioner and slows down the breathing process, which helps to regularize your heartbeat, lower blood pressure and keep your heart (spiritual and physical) healthy. Additionally, reciting Kundalini mantras calms our emotions and lowers stress hormone production.

The specific vibrating sounds of the mantras help in stimulating the hormones (endorphins) that calm the mind and relax your body. These endorphins interact with the receptors in your brain that reduce your perception of pain. It also helps you to concentrate and thereby works as a tranquilizer for your mind.

What is truly amazing about mantra meditation is the fact that it helps us become aware that we are the ones holding the power of transformation within us. We don’t have to go to a place to access this power. Our very own body and mind is the instrument of transformation.


If you intend to chant this Kundalini mantra, it is quite important that you recite it with the correct pronunciation and with the deepest integrity of intent. The most crucial thing in mantra meditation is that you should chant the mantra with the full awareness of its meaning.

Nevertheless, many individuals say mantras without having full awareness of its meaning. If you repeat a Kundalini mantra in such mechanical way, then it will not produce any beneficial effect and will remain an ordinary word.