Video Mantra: Amitabha Buddha Sanskrit Mantra 1 Hour 10 Protections and Powers

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    The 10 great benefits of chanting the name of Amitabha Buddha, as a complete practice, in the Amitabha Sutra. These benefits are available to practitioners of Amitabha Buddha who chant the Namo Amitabha Buddha or the mantras, including this Mantra of Every Protection:

    Om Ami Deva Hrih




    These ten great benefits of chanting Amitabha, as taught in sutra, include protection from every danger and fear — fire, water, falling, politics, prison, poisons, demons, evil beasts, disputes and war — as well as support of all the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, purification of negative karmas, restful sleep, a peaceful mind, and rebirth in Amitabha’s Pure Land.

    What does the mantra mean? Om, which is short for AUM is similar to Namo, we are praising in this case the Enlightened Body, Speech and Mind of Amitabha.

    Ami Deva is one of Amitabha’s names, more or less translating as Buddha of Infinite Light. Deva means “shining one” of “Being of Light” (*Deva is masculine, Devi is feminine). Amita (shortened contextually to Ami) means “Infinite”. Together — Buddha of Infinite Light.

    Hrih is the seed syllable of the illustrious compassionate Padma family. This family focus on teaching us the Wisdom of Discernment and teach us Compassion. They fight inner demons or poison of desires or attachments: always wanting this and that and never satisfied. For desires and attachments, then the eternally popular Amitabha Buddha in the West is the main practice recommended, with his Wisdom of Discernment.

    Together, the mantra praises the body speech and mind of Amitabha and requests the wisdom of discernment and release from all obstacles through Hrih.

    For an “about” video on the five great Dhyani Buddhas, including Amitabha, see:

    For a video with the beautiful full Dharani of Amitabha in Sanskrit, chanted beautifully for one hour, see: ttps://

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    Lee Kane is the editor of Buddha Weekly, since 2007. His main focuses as a writer are mindfulness techniques, meditation, Dharma and Sutra commentaries, Buddhist practices, international perspectives and traditions, Vajrayana, Mahayana, Zen. He also covers various events.
    Lee also contributes as a writer to various other online magazines and blogs.

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