Mantra Mandalas with a deities assortment is a set of Meditation Mandalas With different deities in the center and their Mantras.
Each mandala has a Deity in its center and respective mantra in its surrounding.
Properties of Mantra Mandalas with Deities assortment
All these set of mandalas are handpainted by the artist in Old Monastery Thangka Painting School. They have a blue and black background with the golden mantra with decorative flowers and Buddhist symbols in four corners.
- Amitabha Buddha Mantra Mandala is 50*50 cm
- White Tara Mantra Mandala is 50*50 cm
- Zambhala mantra Mandala is 50*50 cm
- Chenrezig mantra Mandala is 50*50 cm
All these mandalas with i50*50 cm size are in stock of our gallery so we offer you a discounted price.
What is Mantra Mandala?
Mandala is a tantric device for meditation. Mantra and mandala are interrelated to each other like nail and flesh. Without one it seems incomplete.
The mantra is the most important aspect of Tantra – its essence. Almost invariably, these three are used in conjunction with each other to form powerful combinations.
The mantra is the vehicle of consciousness, while yantra, mandala or devata is the form of consciousness.
The mandala, the yantra is the manifested form or configuration of Shakti while the mantra, which is also Shanti, is the link between consciousness and form.
This applies to everything in the world around us. The form is the expression the mantra is the vehicle of expression.
Mantras and mandalas function as a means of “focusing” the mind, e.g., in meditation and visualization, and thus to assist the seeker along a given spiritual path.
Mandala Offering Mantra
guru sa-parivārāṇām idaṃ ratna maṇḍalakaṃ niryātayāmi
oṃ …pūja megha samudra spharaṇa samaya hūṃ
Amitabha Buddha Mantra Mandala
In the center of the mandala is Amitabha, who is red in color, represents the fire element and cures attachment. The mantra of Amitabha is repeated in the outer ring of the mandala.
Amitabha Buddha is red in color and he is seated in a meditative posture hence his mudra is called ‘Dhyanamudra’.
His two palms are joined together with the right on the left, two thumbs of both hands touching each other. An Alms bowl is between his two palms.
Here the hand gesture, representing meditative equipoise, represents the unity of wisdom and compassion.
Mantra of Amitabha Buddha
The mantra of Amitabha Buddha is OM Ami Deva Hir
There meaning of the mantra is described below:
- Om = Enlightened Body, Speech, and Mind
- Ami = Amitabha Buddha
- Deva = the Deva Realms, six Desire Realms, and Brahma Realms
- Hri = the seed syllable of compassion
White Tara Mantra Mandala
White Tara is the goddesses of sound health and healthy longevity.
In the center of the mandala, we can see white tara who is white in color which symbolizes the purity also indicates absolute truth. She is holding lotus with the left hand with her right hand she makes the boon-granting gesture.
The mantra is repeated in the outer ring of the mandala in a circular way. The color combination in the mandala gives perfect shades which add the elegance of the mandala. The four corners are decorated with flowers which are the symbol of love and harmony. The border of mandala has a mantra in a repetitive manner which helps mandala be perfect.
Mantra of White Tara
The mantra of white tara is Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayur Punya Jnana Pustim Kuru Ye Savha
Zambhala Mantra Mandala
In Hindu mythology, Jambhala is known as Kubera who is the God of Wealth.
This mandala is the mandala of God of Wealth who is also called Dzambhala, Dzambala, Zambala or Jambala. jambhala is in the center of the mandala sitting on the lotus.
He is carrying jewels vase on his hand. The first inner circle of a mandala is surrounded by the lotus petals and the outer circle is surrounded by the mantras. The color combination of white, blue and gold gives cosmic attraction to the mandala.
The four corners of the mandala are decorated with flowers which are the symbols of love and harmony.
Mantra of Zambhala
The practice of yellow jambhala helps to help eliminate poverty and create financial stability.
The mantra of yellow Jambhala is Om Jambhala Jalendraye Svaha
Chenrezig Mantra Mandala
Chenrezig is in the center of mandala surrounded by mantra Om Mani Padme Hum.
A firewall of the mandala and protect it from negative energies and conditions.
The four corners of the mandala are decorated with flowers which are the symbol of peace and harmony.
Mantra of Chenrezig
Om Mani Padme Hum is the mantra of Chenrezig.
How to meditate on Mandala
Place your Om Mantra mandala on a table or on the floor at 75cm length in front of you or improvised easel, level with your eye-line, sit comfortably either on a chair with your feet flat on the floor or on a cushion with your legs crossed.
- Breathe slowly and deeply, from the diaphragm, while emptying and stilling your mind.
- Gently gaze at the center of the mandala (deities) and relax your eyes so that, initially, the image goes slowly out of focus.
- Sitting quietly, concentrate on the image fully and allow its shapes, patterns, and colors to work on your unconscious mind. If distracting thoughts arise, let them drift away and gently bring your focus back to the mandala.
- slowly in your heart repeat the mantra of related deities.
- Do this for at least 5 minutes initially. In later sessions, gradually try to build up your meditation period to 15 minutes.
- When you are ready, slowly bring your attention back to the world around you.
Mantra Mandala Music for Relexation and meditation