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Mantra Of Vajrasattva

Mantra of Vajrasattva

100-syllable mantra of The Great Purifier Who is Vajrasattva? Vajrasattva is a Bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism. The Vajrasattva practice is common for all four main schools of Tibetan Buddhism: Gelug, Kagyu, Sakya, Nyingma. Vajrasattva mantra recitation is the best-known of the purification mantras in Tibetan Buddhism. 100-syllable mantra Vajrasattva’s mantra

Buddhist Mantras For Animals

Buddhist mantras for animals

“Today, together with a growing appreciation of the importance of human rights, there is a greater awareness worldwide of the need for the protection not only of the environment but also of animals and their rights. Where there is a mind, there are feelings such as pain, pleasure, and joy.

The Importance Of Mantras

The importance of Mantras

When we are practicing Buddhism, we use all our senses. Chanting or reciting mantras has a great power of sound and involves the practice of listening. The person consists of ‘body, speech and mind’ or Three Vajras. So a typical meditation practice includes mudras (symbolic hand gestures); the recitations of

OM MANI PADME HUM: EXPLAINED

OM MANI PADME HUM: EXPLAINED

Mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion Since mantras are just made up of sounds, people in modern society may have difficulty understanding that reciting mantras brings genuine beneficial effects. Nevertheless, sounds can be very powerful, and everyday life experience illustrates this. For instance, if someone praises you with all kinds

The powerful mantra of Kurukulla

The powerful mantra of Kurukulla

Kurukulla is a Buddhist Goddess who will help you with your love affairs, spiritual awakening, and even interviews. The name Kurukulla is translated in Tibetan as “Knowledge-Causing Mother-Buddha.” She is also recognized as Rigjedma and revered as the Tibetan Buddhist Goddess of Love, Sex, Lust, Magick, Liberation, and Enchantment. Kurukulla

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Green Tara: Symbols, Mantra, Benefits, and Practices

Tara is an important figure in Buddhism and arguably the most beloved deity in Mahayana Buddhism, appearing as a female bodhisattva in Mahayana Buddhism and as a female Buddha in Vajrayana Buddhism. “Tara” means “the liberator,” freeing us from ignorance, the root of cyclic existence, and from self-centered thought, which

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Powerful Red Tara: Mantra, Meaning, Benefits

Tara – is an important figure in Buddhism and probably the most beloved deity in Mahayana Buddhism. Tara is a broad name if you will for a group of Bodhisattvas that are of the similar aspect. These could be defined as different aspects of the same eminence as Bodhisattvas are

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How to practice Mantra Meditation?

What is mantra?  Some people associate mantras with magical phrases that grant wishes, while others view chanting them as a form of prayer or devotion. Nowadays, political parties and commercial brands often promote their “mantras” as catchy slogans, but this is not their original purpose in Buddhist practice. In Buddhism,

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White Tara: Benefits, Symbolism, Mantra

According to Buddhist tradition, Tara’s origins trace back to the tears of compassion shed by the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. Legend holds that as Avalokiteshvara gazed upon the suffering world, his tears formed a lake from which a lotus emerged, revealing the goddess Tara. White Tara, in particular, is said to have

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