mantras

Om Chandraya Namaha: Moon mantra. This mantra vibrates with the energy of the moon. It helps one see things more clearly and look beyond “illusions” to see the deeper meaning in things and the truth that lies within.


Om Shreem Som Somaya Namah: Another Moon mantra. This mantra also vibrates with the energy of the moon.

Namo Kuan Shih Yin Pusa: Kuan Yin mantra. Her name means: “the one who hears the cries and sorrows of the world”. Chanting her mantra brings comfort to those who are suffering and brings solution to problems. This mantra also bestows great compassion. Namo: “Homage to/Refuge in”, Kuan: “Observe/Care”, Shih: “World”, Yin: “Sound/Voice”, Pusa: “Bodhisattva”.


Tayata Om Bekanze, Bekanze Maha Bekanze, Radza Sumadgate Soha: Medicine Buddha mantra. A powerful healing mantra which helps both alleviate and heal all forms of pain and illnesses (physically, metaphysically, emotionally, spiritually).


Om Shanti Shanti Shanti: A peace mantra. This mantra helps and allows peace to prevail and reach all levels of existence. It also allows peace to enter the lives of all beings and helps them enter a state of serenity and harmony. Shanti: “Peace”.


Gate Gate Paragate Parasamgate Bodhi Svaha: Heart sutra mantra. Translates to: “Gone, gone, gone beyond, gone altogether beyond, oh what an awakening. All Hail!”.


Om Vajrapani Hum: The mantra of Vajrapani. His name means: “wielder of the thunderbolt”. This mantra helps one gain access to the irrepressible energy that Vajrapani symbolizes. 


Aham Brahma Asmi: This is considered an “abstract” mantra (meaning it is not associated with a particular deity) whose words evoke a feeling of “oneness” with all of creation denying confinement to the body and mind.


Aham Prema: I am Love of the highest order – Divine Love.


Om: Om sometimes written as AUM is said to be the root of all letters and words. Representing the most important of all mantras it is the representation of the Supreme Being. The past, present and the future are all included in this one sound. Meditation on this sacred syllable is said to lead to liberation.


Om Aim Hrim Krim Chamundayai Vichche: The benefit of chanting this mantra is to facilitate concentration of mind and for the speedy fulfillment of aspirations and desires, apart from attaining courage and energy.


Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah: Om and salutations to the bestower of wisdom, intelligence, knowledge and creative artistic energy.


Om Dram Om Guru Dattaya Namaha: This mantra is a means to sharpen your skills as a spiritual counselor and teacher (guru), as well as progressing you along your own spiritual path.


Om Dum Durgayei Namaha: This mantra is often used for protection against internal or external negative forces. View recommended malas for this mantra.


Om Gum Ganapataye Namaha: This mantra can help resolve many problems and difficulties. It works to bring about unity between our desire and the object of that desire.


Om Hanumanthaya Namah: Om and salutations to Hanuman, the bestower of victory, success, strength, stamina and power.


Om Hareng Baglamukhi Namaha: Bagalamukhi means “The Crane-Headed One” and this mantra is used to uncover deceit and to supress an enemy’s gossip or slander against you.


Om Hiranyagarbhaya Namaha: This mantra is used to heal the heart and emotions. 


Om Kali Ma: This mantra calls upon the goddess Kali. It is said to vibrate with her power and serves as a vehicle for transporting you into her domain. The goddess Kali is thought to be a very powerful catalyst for spiritual progression. She is also known as the destroyer.


Om Kleem Namah: Freeing the devotee from sins or wrongs within his/her life returning to purity.


Om Kleem Shum Shukraya Namah: The word ‘Kleem in this  mantra denotes Kama Shakti, the power of love, delight, contentment and fulfillment.


Om Sri Krishna Sharanam Namah: Krishna literally means the one who attracts all. To the beloved lord Krishna I pray to take me under his shelter.


Om Mani Padme Hum: O radiant jewel in the lotus of my heart, please shine brightly. May may my heart have the strength to feel compassion for all sentient beings. View recommended malas for this mantra.


Om Muni Muni Mahamuni Shakyamuniye Svaha: Muni means “sage” and Maha means “great.” This mantra is devoted to the Buddha and is used to invoke the ideals (compassion, love, kindness, etc) represented by the great sage.


Om Namah Shivaya: Om and salutations to Shiva, the bestower of inner strength, fearlessness, consciousness and detachment.


Om Namo Narayanaya: Om and salutations to Vishnu, the governor of harmony, balance, peace and inner-transformation. May I be blessed with infinite love, prosperity, power, glory and wisdom.


Om Parama Prema Rupaya Namaha: Om and salutations to the supreme divine love, I honor you and welcome your presence in my life, manifesting in the form of a beloved.


Om Radha Krishnaya Namaha: Manifesting as the lovers Radha and Krishna, this is a mantra is a prayer for conjugal love relationships to call in the divine to the couple and elevate them to an enhanced state of intimacy and love.


Om Sarva Kamadaya Namaha: Om and salutations to Shakti, the granter of desires and the active energetic force of Shiva’s universal consciousness.


Om Shreem Maha Lakshmiyei Namaha: a blessing mantra for abundance and prosperity on both the physical and spiritual planes.


Om Shri Dhanvantre Namaha: Used to enhance one’s own healing skills for the self and for others. This mantra works to promote healing on all levels – physical, mental and emotional.


Om Shri Durgayai Namah: Om and salutations to the bestower of compassion, fearlessness and patience. May you bless me with your protection and love.


Om Sri Maha Kalikayai Namah: Prayer to the Kali diety to invoke her transformative power and eradicate negative qualities in the world. Maha Kali is one of the most fearsome of all expressions of Divinity.


Om Sri Maha Lakshmyai Namah: Prayer to the Lakshmi diety. She bestows wealth and abundance of a material and spiritual nature. She is almost always pictured as a beautiful woman standing on a lotus blossom with her arms open and giving.


Om Sri Rama Jaya Rama: This mantra is used to transcend karma and purify the ego. It invokes the healing energy of the sun and brings harmony and enlightenment allowing the divine within to navigate through problems and issues in life. View recommended malas for this mantra.


Om Sri Ramaya Namah: Om and salutations to Rama, the bestower of happiness, inner peace and balance. May your radiant warrior energy, inner focus and personal integrity reside within me.


Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha: Used to purify all the impurities of your body, speech and mind and liberates the devotee from samsara, from all true suffering or problems.


So Hum/Ham Sa: Sometimes called the So Hum breath the mantra is meant to be mentally repeated in harmony with the breath. “So” is the outbreath and “Hum” or “Ham”  is the inbreath creating a circle of breath and mantra where one links to the other. The translation of this mantra is “I am that I am” meaning the devotee is without form, without quality, without past, present or future. He or she simply “is” in the awareness of the Divine. This is a very powerful mantra.
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