Mantras - Meaning


“Om Mani Padme Hum”: Buddhist, meaning “Hail the Jewel in the Lotus” (the jewel being Buddha, but that interpretation disagreed with by

Om: impure body, speech, mind
Mani: jewels (all the practices such as compassion)
Padme: lotus (represent wisdom, beautiful)
Hum: indivisibility (wisdom and method)

The substance for Budda-hood is within ourselves.

Ohm=thank you

Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha - Buddhist mantra to female Bodhisatva (mother of all Budhas), calls enlightened activity and abundance

Tohi Mohi Mohi Tohi Antair Kaisa - My God - I'm in You and You are in me, and there is no difference between us.

Adi Shakti - means "First Power", calls it's help and protection.

“Gate gate paragate parasamgate bodhi svaha”, Buddhist meaning “Gone, gone, gone beyond, gone utterly beyond, Enlightenment hail!”.

Ek Ong Kar Sat Gur Prasad - God and We are One. That knowledge comes from True Guru

Om Shri Anantaha - with this Mantra We call upon the peaceful, powerful, positive energies of the Supreme creator

“Aum”, “Om”: Sanskrit/Hindu, meaning “It Is” or “To Become”. This is considered most sacred in that tradition and to have the vibration of intention manifesting in the physical realm, or more simply the vibration of the universal consciousness.

“Ham-Sah”, “So Ham” (often pronounced “So Hum”): Sanskrit, meaning “I am THAT”. It is suggested to use “So” on inhale, “Ham” on exhale.

Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare”: Hindu, read about its meaning here

“Om Namah Shivaya”: Hindu, meaning “I bow to Shiva”

“Om Shanti Shanti Shanti”: Buddhist and Hindu, the starting of Om followed by peace of mind, peace of body, and peace of speech.

“Namo Amita Bha”: meaning “Homage to the Buddha of boundless light”

“Sabbe Satta Sukhi Hontu”: Buddhist, Pali phrase meaning “May all beings be well (or happy)”.

“Sat, Chit, Ananda” “Existence, Consciousness, Bliss”, Sanskrit, “Satcitananda“. Deepak Chopra uses it, it refers to the subjective experience of Brahman.

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