Mantra List

(First start by taking Refuge:)

 

Shakyamuni Buddha (768 x 872)

Shakyamuni Buddha

ཏདྱ་ཐཱ། ཨོཾ་མུ་ནེ་མུ་ནེ་མ་ཧཱ་མུ་ན་ཡེ་སྭ་ཧཱ།

TADYATHA OM MUNI MUNI MAHA MUNAYE SOHA

(The origin of Buddhism is from Buddha Shakyamuni who attained enlightenment in present day India-Nepal. He is the source of all our teachings, as such he is one of the most important Buddhas.)

(Chant ‘Tadyatha Om Muni Muni Maha Munaye Soha’ 7 times and then switch to ‘Om Muni Muni Maha Munaye Soha if you are not a monk.)

About Shakyamuni Buddha’s Mantra

Amitabha (1160 x 1330)

Amitabha, Buddha of Boundless Light

ཨོཾ་ཨ་མི་དྷེ་ཝ་ཧྲཱིཿ

OM AMI DEWA SHRIH

(Amitabha Buddha is the Buddha of Infinite Light, all other Buddhas from his family are emanated and manifested through him and his activity.)

About Amitabha Buddha’s Mantra

Medicine Buddha (417 x 592)

Medicine Buddha

ཏདྱ་ཐཱ། ཨོཾ་བྷཻ་ཥ་ཛྱེ་བྷཻ་ཥ་ཛྱེ་མ་ཧཱ་བྷཻ་ཥ་ཛྱེ་རཱ་ཛ་ས་མུདྒ་ཏེ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

TADYATHA OM BHEKANZE BHEKANZE MAHA BHEKANZE RADZA SAMUNDGATÉ SOHA

(The Medicine Buddha is good for people who are sick or prone to sickness. When you receive an empowerment for the Medicine Buddha, then you can use his mantra to bless your own medicine so that it becomes more effective and can help cure your illness.)

(Chant ‘Tadyatha Om Bhekanze Bhekanze Maha Bhekanze Radza Samundgate Soha’ 7 times and then switch to ‘Om Bhekanze Bhekanze Maha Bhekanze Radza Samundgate Soha’)

About the Medicine Buddha’s Mantra

vajrasattva v2 (597 x 747)

Mantra of Vajrasattva (Hundred Syllables)

ཨོཾ་བཛྲ་སཏྭ་ས་མ་ཡ༔ མ་ནུ་པཱ་ལ་ཡ༔ བཛྲ་སཏྭ་ཏྭེ་ནོ་པ་ཏིཥྛ་དྲྀ་ཌྷོ་མེ་བྷ་ཝ༔ སུ་ཏོ་ཥྱོ་མེ་བྷ་ཝ༔ སུ་པོ་ཥྱོ་མེ་བྷ་ཝ༔ ཨ་ནུ་རཀྟོ་མེ་བྷ་ཝ༔ སརྦ་སིདྡྷི་མྨེ་པྲ་ཡཙྪ༔ སརྦ་ཀརྨ་སུ་ཙ་མེ༔ ཙིཏྟཾ་ཤྲེ་ཡཾཿ ཀུ་རུ་ཧཱུྂ༔ ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ཧ་ཧོཿ བྷ་ག་ཝཱན༔ སརྦ་ཏ་ཐཱ་ག་ཏ་བཛྲ་མཱ་མེ་མུཉྩ་བཛྲཱི་བྷ་ཝ་མ་ཧཱ་ས་མ་ཡ་སཏྭ་ཨཱཿ

OM BADZAR SATO SA-MA-YA, MANU PA-LA-YA, BADZAR SA-TO TE-NO-PA TITHRA, DRI DHRO ME-BHA-WA, SU-TO KHAYO ME BHA-WA, SU-PO KHAYO ME-BHA-WA, A-NU RAKTO ME-BHA-WA, SARWA SIDDHI ME-PRA YA-TSHA, SARWA KARMA SU-TSA-ME, TSITTAM SHRE-YAM, KU-RU HUNG, HA HA HA HA HO, BHA-GA-WAN, SARWA TA-THA GA-TA BADZAR MAME MUNTSA BADZRI BHA-WA MA-HA SA-MA-YA SATO AH

(Vajrasattva is the Buddha of Purification, he pledged that whoever recited his mantra would be purified of all their negative actions and obscurations. His name refers to the indestructible purity of the nature of mind.)

 

Short Mantra of Vajrasattva

ཨོཾ་བཛྲ་སཏྭ་ཧཱུྂ༔

OM BADZAR SATO HUNG

About Vajrasattva’s Mantra

Padmasambhava v5 (720 x 1024)

Padmasambhava (Guru Rinpoche)

ཨོཾ་ཨ་ཧཱུཾ་བཛྲ་གུ་རུ་པདྨ་སིདྡྷི་ཧཱུཾ༔

OM AH HUNG BENZA GURU PADMA SIDDHI HUNG

(Guru Rinpoche came from India to Tibet about one-thousand and three-hundred years ago. Before in Tibet, Buddhism was there, but it was not strongly established. When Guru Rinpoche came, he strongly established Buddhism throughout the entire country. He was invited by the Dharma King Trisong Detsen and through his great magical powers and abilities, he helped established the Tibetan Buddhist culture that we know today.)

About Padmasambhava’s Mantra

Avalokiteshvara v2 (1660 x 2100)

Avalokiteshvara

ཨོཾ་མ་ཎི་པདྨེ་ཧཱུྃ་ཧྲཱིཿ

OM MANI PADME HUNG SHRIH

(Avalokiteshvara (Chenrizig in Tibetan) is the Bodhisattva of Compassion, he has a karmic relation to Tibet and is the Tibetan countries’ main deity.)

About Avalokiteshvara’s Mantra

Manjushri v1 (820 x 957)

Manjushri

ཨོཾ་ཨ་ར་པ་ཙ་ན་དྷཱིཿ

OM AH RA PA TSA NA DHI

(Manjushri is the Bodhisattva of Wisdom. Doing his practice can help a practitioner increase their memory, eloquence of speech, keeps one’s mind fresh, eliminate confusion, and increase one’s overall ability of intelligence and wisdom.)

About Manjushri’s Mantra

vajrapani

Vajrapani

ཨོཾ་བཛྲ་པཱ་ཎི་ཧཱུཾ་ཕཌ།

OM BENZA PANI HUNG PHET

(Vajrapani, one of the eight great bodhisattvas and lords of the three families. He represents the power of the buddhas and is usually depicted as blue in colour and holding a vajra.)

About Vajrapani’s Mantra

Green Tara v5 (416 x 590)

Green Tara

ཨོཾ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུཏྟཱ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

OM TARE TU TARE TURE SWAHA

(Green Tara is very good for helping people to fulfill their wishes and she can also help people overcome their difficulties arising from the eight types of fears.)

About Green Tara’s Mantra

Amitayus (1658 x 2100)

Amitayus Buddha

ༀནམོབྷགཝཏེེེ། ཨཔརིམིཏཨཱཡུརྫྙཱནསུབིནིཤྩིཏཏེཛོརཱཛཱཡ། ཏཐཱགཏཱཡ། ཨརྷཏེསཾམྱཀྶཾབུདྡྷཱཡ། ཏདྱཐཱ། ༀཔུཎྱེཔུཎྱེ། མཧཱཔུཎྱེ། ཨཔརིམིཏཔུཎྱེ ཨཔརིམིཏཔཎྱཛྙཱནསཾབྷཱརོཔཙིཏེ། ༀསརྦསཾསྐཱརཔརིཤུདྡྷདྷརྨཱཏེགགནསམུ དྒཏེསྭབྷཱཝབིཤུདྡྷེམཧཱནཡཔརིཝཱརེསྭཱཧཱ།

OM NAMO BHAGAWATIE APARIMITA AHYU/ JNANA SUBINI TSITA TEJA RAJAYA/ TATHAGATAYA/ ARHATE SAMYAKSAM BUDDHAYA/ TADYATHA/ OM PUNAYE PUNAYE/ MAHA PUNAYA APARIMITA PUNAYE APARIMITA PUNAYE/ JNANA SAMBHA ROPA TSITE/ OM SARWA SAMSKARA PARI SHUDDHA DHARMATE/ GAGANA SAMUDGATE SVABHAWA VISHUDDHE/ MAHA NAYA PARIWARIE SOHA/

About Amitayus’ Mantra

white tara

White Tara

ཨོཾ་ཏཱ་རེ་ཏུཏྟ་རེ་ཏུ་རེ་མམ་ཨཱ་ཡུརྤུཎྱེ་ཛྙཱ་ན་པུཥྚིཾ་ཀུ་རུ་ཡེ་སྭཧཱ།

OM TARE TUTTARE TURE MAMA AYUR PUNYE JNANA PUSHTIM KURU YE SVAHA

(White Tara helps us to fulfill our wishes, but her practice is mainly for longevity and helping people to achieve a long life. Her practice is good for those who are close to death and need to extend their lives.)

About White Tara’s Mantra

Hayagriva v4 (1001 x 1500)

Hayagriva Mantra

ཨོཾ་ཧྲིཿཔདྨ་ཏན་ཀྲིད་བཛྲ་ཀྲོ་དྷ་ཧ་ཡ་གྲི་ལྦ་ཧུ་ལུ་ཧུ་ལུ་ཧཱུཾ་ཕཌ།

OM SHRI PEMA TAHN DRIN BENZA TROH DHA HAYAGRIVA HULU HULU HUNG PHET

དབང་བསྡུས་སྔགས་ནི་

Empowering Mantra (Avert Negativity)

ཨོཾ་ཧྲིཿ པདྨ་ཏན་ཀྲིད་བཛྲ་ཀྲོ་དྷ་ཧ་ཡ་གྲི་ལྦ་ཧུ་ལུ་ཧུ་ལུ་ཧཱུཾ་ཕཌ། ཨོཾ་བཛྲ་དུན་བྷྱོ་ཏྲིག་ནན་ཛ་ཛ་ས་མ་ཡ་ཏྭཾ། ལས་བྱེད་ཀྱི་ སྔགསནི་ ས་མ་ཡཛ། ས་མ་ཡ་བཟློག། ས་མ་ཡ་བྷྱོ། ས་མ་ཡ་གཏུབས། ས་མ་ཡ་དབྱེར་ ས་མ་ཡ་སྦད་ ས་མ་ཡ་སྦད་ ས་མ་ཡ་ སྦད་སྦུད་ཕཊ་ཡ་ གནོད་ བྱེད་འབྱུང་པོ་མ་ར་ཡ་ཛ་ཛ་ ཉེར་གཅིག་ཙམ་བཟླ །

OM SHRI PEMA TAHN DRIN BENZA TROH DHA HAYAGRIVA HULU HULU HUNG PHET, OM BENZA DHUN-JOH TRIG-NEN ZHA-ZHA SAMAYA TON, SAMAYA-ZHA SAMAYA-DHOG SAMAYA-JOH SAMAYA-TOOP, SAMAYA-JER SAMAYA-BEH SAMAYA-BEH-BOOH-PHET YA NYOD-JEH, JOONG-PO MARAYA ZHA-ZHA

(Recite the Empowering Mantra up to 21 times max, do not do more)

(Hayagriva is the wrathful emanation of Avalokiteshvara and chases away all ignorance. Anyone who prays to Hayagriva shall be blessed with abundant knowledge and wisdom. He is especially beneficial in these degenerate times when suffering and illness is rampant.)

(Please do not do this particular mantra without the transmission or empowerment from a qualified master, if interested you may contact us)

About Hayagriva’s Mantra

sengdongma fix (590 x 800)

Sengdongma, the Lion Faced Dakini

ཨཿ  ཀཿ  སཿ  མཿ  རཿ  ཙཿ  ཤཿ  དཿ  རཿ  སཿ  མཱཿ  རཿ  ཡཿ  ཕཊཿ

AH KA SAMA RATSA SHADA RA SAMA RAYA PHET

About Sengdongma’s Mantra

prajnaparamita

Prajnaparamita

ཨོཾ་ཏདྱ་ཐཱ་ག་ཏེ་ག་ཏེ་པཱ་ར་ག་ཏེ་པཱ་ར་སཾ་ག་ཏེ་བོ་དྷི་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

OM TADYATHA GATE GATE PARA GATE PARA SAMGATE BODHI SOHA

(Prajnaparamita means transcendent wisdom wisdom or the ‘Perfection of Wisdom’. This mantra is associated with emptiness.)

(Chant ‘Om Tadyatha Gate Gate Para Gate Para Samgate Bodhi Soha’ 7 times and then switch to ‘Gate Gate Para Gate Para Samgate Bodhi Soha’.)

About the Prajnaparamita Mantra

jambhala

Yellow Jambhala

ཨོཾ་ཛམ་བྷ་ལ་ཛ་ལེནྡྲ་ཡ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

OM JAMBHALA JALENDRAYE SVAHA

(Jambhala is a Buddhist Wealth deity and is known to be very effective for creating the means of wealth and abundance. It is also traditional to do his mantra while pouring water over his head in statue form.)

About Yellow Jambhala’s Mantra

akshobhya

The Dharani of Buddha Aksobhya (Miktropya)

ན་མོ་རཏྣ་ཏྲ་ཡཱ་ཡ། ན་མོ་བྷ་ག་ཝ་ཏེ་ཨཀྵོ་བྷྱ་ཡ། ཏ་ཐཱ་ག་ཏ་ཡ། ཨརྷ་ཏེ་སམྱཀྶཾ་བུདྡྷཱ་ཡ། ཏདྱ་ཐཱ། ཨོཾ་ཀཾ་ཀ་ནི་ཀཾ་ཀ་ནི། རོ་ཙ་ནི་རོ་ཙ་ནི། ཏྲོ་ཌ་ནི་ཏྲོ་ཌ་ནི། ཏྲཱ་ས་ནི་ཏྲཱ་ས་ནི། པྲ་ཏི་ཧ་ན་པྲ་ཏི་ཧ་ན། སརྦ་ཀརྨ་པ་རཾ་པ་རཱ་ཎི་མེ་སརྦ་སདྭ་ནཱཉྪ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ།

NAMO RATNA TRAYAYA | NAMO BHAGAVATE AKSHOBHYAYA TATHAGATAYA ARHATE SAMYAK SAMBUDDHAYA | TADYATHA | OM KAMKANI KAMKANI ROTSANI ROTSANI TROTANI TROTANI TRASANI TRASANI PRATIHANA PRATIHANA SARVA KARMA PARAMPARANI ME SARVA SATO NANTSA SOHA

About the Mantra of Buddha Aksobhya

The Vajra Armor (Dorje Gotrab)

ཨོཾ་པདྨ་ཤ་བ་རི་ཕཊ༔ ནན་པར་ཤིག༔ ནཱ་ག་ནན༔ ཏདྱ་ཐཱ༔ སརྦ་ཝི་རི་ཏ༔ ཧ་ན་ཧ་ན་བཛྲེ་ན་རཀྵ་རཀྵ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ༔

OHM PEMA SHAWARI PEH, NAMBER SHU NANGA NAN, TADYATHA SARWA WIRITA, HANNAH HANNAH BANZHINA, RAKCHA RAKCHA SOHA

(Recite without distraction and then blow inside your shirt for protection against illness and negative energy – it is important to not do any unethical behavior while you are practicing the Vajra Armor, this includes killing of any kind, insects etc.)

(Please do not do this practice without the transmission / empowerment from a qualified master. If interested please contact us.)

About the Vajra Armor Mantra


(Dzogchen Mantra)

(Finish by the Dedication of Merit)