The Mantras of Buddhist Deities for Meditation, Healing, Success and More
Table of Contents
- 1 - Buddhist Mantra For Meditation
- 2 - Buddhist mantra for Healing
- 3 - Buddhist mantra for Successes
- 4 - Buddhist mantra for Wealth
- 5 - Buddhist mantra of Relationship
- 6 - Buddhist mantra for Long Life
- 7 - Buddhist mantra for Protection
- 8 - The mantra of Shakyamuni Buddha
- 9 - Manjushri Mantra
- 10 - Vajrapani Mantra
- 11 - Mantra of Five Jambhalas
- 12 - Mantra of Red Tara
- 13 - Mantra of Mahakala
- 14 - Mantra of Ratnasambhava
- 15 - Mantra of Cundi
Buddhist Mantra For Meditation
- Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa
- Om Mani Padme Hum
- Namo Amituofo
- Om Muni Muni Mahamuni Sakyamuni Svaha
- Om Tare Tuttare Ture Svaha
- Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pustim Kuru Svaha
- Om A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhih
- Tayata Om Bekanze Bekanze Maha BeKanze Radza Samudgate Soha
- Gate Gate Para Gate Parasam Gate Bodhi Svaha
- Nam Myoho Renge Kyo
- Namo Tassa Bhagavato Arahato Samma Sambuddhassa
Buddhist mantra for Healing
Medicine Buddha mantra
Medicine Buddha is also known as Bhaisajyagury. Bhaisajyaguru is one of a set of eight healing Buddhas, which includes Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha. Bhaisajyaguru is the head Buddha of the group.
The highly attained Kyabje Chöden Rinpoche, who has completed the entire path to enlightenment, said recently that if you recite the Medicine Buddha mantra at the time of death you will be reborn in the pure land. Therefore, it is to be recited not only for healing but also to benefit people and animals all the time, whether they’re living or dying.
Om Bhaisajye Bhaisajye Mahabhaisajye Bhaisajyaraje Samudgate Svaha
Another mantra is:
Tayata Om Bekanze Bekanze Maha Bekanze Radza Samudgate Soha
Chenrezig mantra is associated with meditation. Reciting Om Mani Padme Hum purifies negative karma all the obscurations collected from beginningless rebirths.
Om Mani Padme Hum
Maitreya Buddha mantra
The mantra of Maitreya Buddha’s promise
Namo ratna Trayaya/Namo bagavate
Buddhaya/Tadyatha/Om ajite aparajite
Ajitanchata ha ra ha ra maitri avalokite kara kara
Maha samaya siddhi bhara bhara maha bodhi manda
Bija smara smara ashma kam samaya bodhi bodhi
Maha bodhi savha
Heart mantra of Matriya buddha
Om Mohi Mohi Maha Mohi Savaha
Near heart mantra of Matriya Buddha
Om Muni Muni Smara Savaha
Mitukpa is the Imovabel Buddha. By hearing or recriting his mantra the bad karma can be purified.
Namo Ratna Trayaya Om Kamkani Kamkani Rochani Rochani Trotani Trotani Trasani Trasani Pratihana Pratihana Sarva Karma Param Para Ni Aram Para Ni Me Sarva Sattva Nancha Savaha
Namgyalma is the deity who has long been associated with her connection to longevity and the process of spiritual purification. Namgyalma should be considered to be one of the female bodhisattvas who are able to help put an end to misery and suffering.
The Namgyalma mantra is said to have infinite benefits for those who recite it, which makes it an incredibly powerful mantra to repeat.
Practicing the Namgyalma mantra is said to be responsible for helping to free yourself from diseases, illnesses, and injuries that could be threatening your life, and also to help you to lengthen your lifespan.
Another benefit of reciting the Namgyalma mantra is that it is said to increase your wisdom, purify your obscurations, eliminate your sins, and help to provide you with a shield against evil omens.
Om Bhrum Soha Om Amrita Ayur Da Dai Soha
Buddhist mantra for Successes
Om Vasudhare Svaha
Buddhist mantra for Wealth
We can’t anticipate what the future has in store for us. Amid your adventure of life, you may stand up to a couple of choices and might get confounded on which one to utilize. Amid such circumstances, you can serenade the accompanying mantra to pick up lucidity of thought and a firm assurance to seek after your objective. Once droned with faith, this mantra can lead you to the entryway of progress.
Jehi Vidhi Hoi Naath Hit Moraa Karahu So Vegi Daas Main Toraa
Buddhist mantra of Relationship
Relationship mantra is associated with Green Tara. Her mantra is often used to overcome physical, mental or emotional blockages and also blockages in relationships. Green Tara is very active and steps down to help all the beings
Om tare tuttare ture Soha
Buddhist mantra for Long Life
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jnana Pustim Kuru Svaha
Buddhist mantra for Protection
Amithaba Buddha mantra is associated with protection.
om ami Dewa hrih
The mantra of Shakyamuni Buddha
Om muni muni mahamuni shakyamuniye svaha
This mantra is believed to enhance wisdom and improve one’s skills in debating, memory, writing, and other literary abilities. “Dhīḥ” is the seed syllable of the mantra and is chanted with greater emphasis and also repeated a number of times as a Decrescendo.
Om A Ra Pa Ca Na Dhih
Vajrapani is pictured dancing wildly within a halo of flames, which represent transformation.
Om Vajrapani Hum
Mantra of Five Jambhalas
There is are different mantra for different Jambhalas. The types of Jambhalas and mantra are listed below:
Green jambhala is also known as Buddha Akshobhya. His mantra is below:
Om Karma Jambhala Ah Svaha
Om Jambhala Jalendraye Dhanam Medehi Hrih Dakini Jambhala Sambhara Svaha
is the compassionate manifestation of the Bodhisattva Chenrezig. He can remove the suffering of poverty and sickness, purify non-virtuous karma and karmic obstacles, avert disaster and sickness, and evolve bodhicitta mind.
Om Padma Krodha Arya Jambhala Hridaya Hum Phat
The Yellow Jambhala is considered the most popular and powerful of the Wealth Gods. He is the emanation of Buddha Ratnasambhava. He can remove poverty within the six realms, increasing virtues, lifespan, and wisdom.
Om Jambhala Jalendraye Svaha
The Black Jambhala is also known as the Hindu God of Wealth, Kubera. Originated in ancient India, he manifested from the waters of the river and gave the transmission of generating wealth to a king whose kingdom was undergoing extreme financial difficulties during that time. He also benefits the poor and those in solitary retreat that has a virtuous mind.
Om Jambhala Jalendraye Bashu Dharini Svaha
Mantra of Red Tara
In Buddhism, Red Tara is an aspect of Tara, who is associated with magnetizing all good things and is considered the heart of Tara herself. She is also known as Kurukulle and she is originated from Amitabha Buddha.
Om Tare Tam Soha
OM is a sacred sound and symbol, rich in meaning and depth, commonly recited at the beginning and end of yoga classes. With its roots in Hinduism, the Om symbol is said to represent the oneness of all creation, including the earth, heavens, and underworld.
TAM represents the seed syllable of Goddess Tara, in the heart chakra, brilliant ruby sound source, radiating out to all the world.
SOHA translates as ”may my mind receive, absorb and keep the blessings of the mantra, and may they take root”.
Mantra of Mahakala
Mahakala is relied upon in all schools of Tibetan Buddhism. However, he is depicted in a number of variations, each with distinctly different qualities and aspects. He is also regarded as the emanation of different beings in different cases, namely Avalokiteshvara.
Om Shri Mahakala hum hum Phat Savaha
There are two types of Mahakala White Mahakala and Black Mahakala.
Black Mahakala Mantra
Mahakala is typically black in color. Black Mahakala have Six-Armed. Just as all colors are absorbed and dissolved into black, all names and forms are said to melt into those of Mahakala, symbolizing his all-embracing, comprehensive nature.
Black can also represent the total absence of color, and again, in this case, it signifies the nature of Mahakala as ultimate or absolute reality. This principle is known in Sanskrit as “nirguna”, beyond all quality and form, and it is typified by both interpretations.
Om Benza Mahakala Kin Kinta Binay BinayYaka Hum Hum Phat Svaha
White Mahakala Mantra
White Mahakala is a wrathful aspect of Avalokitesvara/Chenrezig. Through his compassion, White Mahakala eliminates spiritual and material poverty for all beings, bringing us abundance.
Om Benza Mahakala Hari Ni Sa Siddhi Dza
Mantra of Ratnasambhava
Ratnasambhava is the yellow Buddha of the southern quarter. His name means “jewel born”. His emblem is the ratna jewel, symbolizing the Bodhicitta, the highest value of the Buddhist
om ratnasambhava tram
Mantra of Cundi
Cundi Mantra is for purifying negative karma. To purify our negative karma we must practice the four opponent powers: the power of regret, the power of reliance, the power of remedy, and the power of resolve. Within these four, one begins by reflecting on regret; the awareness that actions we have committed bring suffering to ourselves and others.
Namo Saptanam Samyaksambuddha Kotinam. Tadyatha: Om! Cale, Cule, Cundi Svaha