Yellow Dzambhala mantra lyrics:
”Om Dzambhala Dzalentraye Svaha.”
Yellow Dzambhala is the most well known of the wealth deities in Tibetan Buddhism. Dzambhala helps us to assure that of our needs are met and we have abundance, wealth, and prosperity in each and every area of our lives.
Some people have financial problems, others have big problems when they have money and Dzambhala helps to heal either. Additionally, He helps one achieve success in all projects and endeavors.
He is the foremost amongst the 5 Dzambhalas (wealth deities). The five Dzambhala are: Black Dzambhala, Yellow Dzambhala, White Dzambhala, Green Dzambhala and Red Dzambhala. All five Dzambhalas are said to be the wealth giving form of Chenrezig (Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara), meaning they originally emanated from the Compassionate Buddha. Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara is also known as Kuan Yin.
An ordinary image of Lord Dzambhala is one that holds a precious pagoda, which pours out various treasures. In Tibetan Buddhism images, the inestimable pagoda is replaced by the treasure-emitting mongoose. He sits on a lotus flower, sun disk and moon disk in the posture of royal ease. He also commonly has ornaments typical to that of the Bodhisattvas.
- Om – the use of this syllable in Buddhism is limited mainly to the Tibetan Buddhist schools, where it primarily serves as the first syllable in a mantra.
- Dzambhala – this syllable invokes the name of Yellow Dzambhala, which literally translates as ”Precious Golden Deity”.
- Dzalentraye – this syllable can have multiple meanings, but for the sake of this mantra it is thought to translate as “free me from that which binds me.” This could represent the manifestation of emotional, physical, or mental hindrances that are hindering the pathway towards financial abundance and wealth.
- Svaha – this syllable translates as “allow the meaning of this mantra to take root in my mind.”
Mantra chanting benefits:
Chanting this wealth mantra helps the practitioner to dissolve the negative karma that attracted poverty into her/his life, bringing prosperity and wealth to whom will use the wealth that she/he gained to help others. Moreover, reciting the mantra with pure intentions will assure that all of our materials needs are met and we have wealth and abundance in each and every aspect of our lives.
”Because in this world, there are all types of wrathful and negative emotions or bad spirits, and occasionally they will harm you and other sentient beings, Dzambhala must take on such a powerful and wrathful form to protect us from negative karma and these harmful spirits.
Particularly, He helps us minimize or decrease all obstacles and misfortunes and helps us increase our happiness and good fortune.” – His Holiness Gyalten Sogdzin Rinpoche.