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40 Best Transcendental Meditation Mantras

If you have landed on this page, chances are you have already heard of meditation or even practiced it. But have you ever tried transcendental meditation? This form of meditating is also increasingly gaining popularity, with more and more people turning to transcendental meditation mantras to help them navigate this process. So, what exactly is …

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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 …

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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 …

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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 …

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Namgyalma Mantra – OM BHRUM SVAHA: Benefits and Meaning

Namgyalma is a Bodhisattva commonly illustrated white in color, with 3 faces and 8 arms. Buddha Amitabha is sitting in the Bodhisattva’s upper right palm, meaning that her ultimate realization is equivalent to that of Amitabha Buddha’s, and is granting the blessing of Buddha Amitabha. Additionally, the Bodhisattva’s eight arms represent the elimination of disaster. According …

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Sitatapatra (White Umbrella) Goddess Mantra – The Goddess of the White Parasol

The Goddess of the White Parasol mantra lyrics: ”Tadyatha Om Anale Anale Khasame Khasame Bhayre Bhayre Sauma Saume Sarva Buddha Adishtana Adishtite Soha Om Sarva Tathagatha Ushinisha Sitataputra Hum Phat Hum Mama Hum Ni Soha.” Description: Goddess Sitatapatra or Dukkar in Tibetan is regarded as the female counterpart of the Bodhisattva of Great Compassion – Avalokitesvara. The Goddess’ name …

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