This Sanskrit Mantra of compassion is usually associated with the Buddhist Master, Quan Yin.
Chanting the mantra over and over invokes the Master of Compassion to model this energy to you and thus allowing your own energy fields to move into this vibration.
Chanting in it and of itself is a great grounding mechanism as well.
My intent with this blog was not to go into the vast definitions of the chant or the Master associated with it, but to share this lovely 20 minute long video with audio of one of the most lovely renditions of Om Mani Padme Hum out there. It truly is one of my favorites ❤ .
I invite you to play in the background while you’re doing other things ie. surfing the internet, making dinner, cleaning up around the house or doing your yoga practice.
It’s quite beautiful and brings in the vibrations of peace, calm and compassion for self.
I’m betting that around minute 10 you’ll either be singing along or swaying to it 😉
For more on the specific meanings and definitions about this mantra please visit http://www.dharma-haven.org/tibetan/meaning-of-om-mani-padme-hung.htm they have some really good information there.
Now, just hit the play button and enjoy! ~Namaste
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Love it! It is amazingly beautiful and uplifting. Better then listening to Don’t Worry Be Happy! Lol
Thanks for stopping by D!
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Thanks for the share! Don’t know why I’m just seeing these!
We’re glad you found us! 🙂
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I found this mantra several years ago. As a matter of fact, at the link in this article and printed it out. I would only think of it occasionally. I read this mantra in a book today and posted my print out on the wall and was chanting off and on. Now I found this on this delightful blog. I think this is what you would call a sign and I will be reciting this mantra a lot more often! When something calls you, you should listen, I am still learning this.
Thanks for share Paula!
Thank you ladies! This is one of my favorites 🙂 Blessings to you.