Medicine Buddha mantras are famous for their healing power. Many teachers speak of the spontaneous healing of students just from chanting this mantra. Chant along with the divine voice of Yoko Dharma, perhaps the most beautiful vocalized version of this mantra. With the kind permission of Yoko Dharma, the editors at Buddha Weekly put together video and our favourite thangka images of the Healing Medicine Buddha Bhaishajyaguru. Please enjoy, and may all beings benefit.
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I sing to create awareness and positive global change. Invoking healing, peace and transformation through the power of music, my intention and my lyrics.
As I grow and cultivate these things in my own life, my motivation is to inspire others to do so as well. If we can realize the true wisdom and compassion that is deep within us and if we genuinely come from a place of caring and compassion when relating to other people, I believe we can truly change the whole world.