Video: Achala Fudo Myoo Mantra: Compassionate Help, Removing Obstacles & Negativities chanted in Sanskrit

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    Fudo Myoo Achala’s powerful Mantra of Compassionate Help is from the Maha Vairochana Sutra. Powerful Achala, the wrathful manifestation of Vairochana helps purify negative karmas, remove obstacles, supress enemies and brings us compassionate help into our lives. The mantra, chanted beautifully and powerfully here in original Sanskrit is:

    namaḥ samanta vajrā nāṃ caṇḍa-mahā roṣaṇa-sphoṭaya hūṃ traṭ hāṃ māṃ
    नमः समन्तवज्राणां चण्डमहारोषणस्फोटय हूँ त्रट् हाँ माँ

     

    ABOUT ACHALA: We visualize Achala, or Fudo Myoo, in Japan as the wrathful soldier form. He is the same deity as Vairochana Buddha, a wrathful emanation of the Buddha of Light. He is prominent in the Maha Vairochana Sutra and is also described with his symbolism in the Aryachala Sutra:

    At that time, there was a great wisdom king in the great assembly of Vairocana.
    This great wisdom king possesses unlimitedmajestic power,
    Having the virtue of great compassion, he appears in a blue-black form.
    Having the virtue of great stillness, he sits on an adamantine rock.
    Having great wisdom, he manifests great flames.
    He wields the great sword of wisdom to destroy greed, ignorance, and hatred.
    He holds the snare of luminous to bind those hard to tame.
    Because he is the formless Dharmakaya identical with space, he has no fixed abode;
    his only dwelling is within the hearts of sentient beings.
    Although the minds and inclinations of sentient beings differ,
    by each one’s desires, he bestows blessings and provides whatever is being sought.
    At that time, the great assembly, having heard this sūtra, rejoiced greatly, faithfully accepted it, and put it into practice.
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