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Vajra Guru Mantra | Padmasambhava | Guru Rinpoche

Vajra Guru Mantra:

ཨོཾ་ཨཱ་ཧཱུྃ་?? ?ཛྲ་གུ་རུ་པདྨ་ས?? ?དྡྷི་ཧཱུཾ།

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" I invoke you, Vajra Guru, Padmasambhava, by your blessing may you grant us supreme and ordinary realization.”

Vajra Guru Mantra – Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum is the mantra associated with Guru Rinpoche, also known as Padmasambhava.

The Vajra Guru mantra is pronounced by Tibetans: Om Ah Hung Benza Guru Pema Siddhi Hung.

A number of legends have grown around Guru Rinpoche’s life and deeds, and He is widely venerated as the ”second Buddha” across Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal, and the Himalayan states of India.

Om is usually considered as being the primeval sound and in fact the sound-symbol of reality itself. This sound also represents the universal principle of enlightenment. Like many Sanskrit mantras, this one begins with “Om”. Om has no meaning, and its origins are lost in the mists of time.

Ah signifies the total unchanging perfection of dharmakaya, the three bodies of the Buddha.

Hum is commonly thought of as representing the manifestation of enlightenment in the individual human being.

Vajra signifies the thunderbolt and represents the energy of the enlightened mind. Vajra can also translate as ”diamond.”

Guru translates as ”wise teacher.” It comes from the Sanskrit root word, ”garu,” which translates as “weighty”. This syllable also corresponds to Avalokiteshvara, the Buddha of Compassion.

Padma signifies lotus, calling to mind the purity of the enlightened mind, due to the lotus flower, although growing in muddy water, is completely stainless. As Guru Rinpoche is the direct emanation of Buddha Amitabha, who is the primordial of the Lotus family, He is known as “PADMA.”

Siddhi signifies the accomplishment or supernatural powers, hinting at the way in which those who are enlightened can act wisely, but in ways that we can’t necessarily understand.

HUM signifies the wisdom mind and is the sacred catalyst of the mantra. It is like proclaiming its truth and power: “So be it!”

“It is said that the 12 syllables mantra carry the entire blessing of the 12 types of teaching taught by Buddha, which is the essence of His 84000 Dharmas. So, to chant the mantra once is equivalent to the blessing of reciting or practicing the whole teaching of the Buddha.

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