Ushnisha Vijaya (Tibetan: གཙུག་གཏོར་རྣམ་རྒྱལ་མ།) or Tsuktor Namgyelma, is one of the most beloved and widely practiced Buddhas in Mahayana Buddhism.
She represents the epitome of physical health, vitality, and longevity. Her practices are highly recommended for increasing these qualities in ourselves.
The practice can be as simple as chanting her mantra while visualizing her in front of you with healing energy flowing into your body.
Chant along with Hrishikesh Sonar, the beautiful short Sanskrit mantra.
OM BRUM SVAHA OM AMRITA AYUR DA DAI SVAHA
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