Video Mantra: Vairochana Buddha Sanskrit Mantra: 1 Hour – Pacifies All Obstacles

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    In the center of the mandala is the Buddha Family of Vairochana (Vairocana) who is white in color and the chief of the mandala of five Buddhas. He is the same as great Maha Vairochana, the Buddha of Light. (Maha means “great”). Vairochana’s mantra and practice pacifies all negativities, disease, impurities, negative karmas, evil influences (inner and outer demons). His heart mantra, chanted here, is his praise, name and seed syllable Om:

    Om Vairochana Hum

    Or – oṃ vairocana hūṃ (c in Sanskrit is pronounced ‘ch’ like churn or Charlie)




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    He has a longer, very beautiful mantra, called the Mantra of Light, in his form as the supreme of Buddhas. To listen to this beautiful mantra in Sanskrit, don’t miss our 1 hour video meditation here:

    For a feature on Maha Vairochana, see this interesting video:

    As the head of the Buddha Family, he normally has his hands in the Dharmachakra Mantra, although as the supreme Buddha, he may also hold his hands in the “six elements” Mudra (one hand’s fingers wrapped around a single finger of the other hand).

    The wisdom mother of the Buddha Family is White Tara or Akasha Dhatvishvari and the Bodhisattva of the Budddha Family is Samantabhadra.

    The Buddha Family of Vairochana, helps us with the poison of ignorance or delusion with the Wisdom of Dharmadatu, the understanding of ultimate reality.

    Vairochana’s Buddha Family symbol is the eight-spoked wheel, the Dharmachakra. As the Wisdom of the Dharmadatu, the Buddha family is associated with the element of space.

    His sacred animal is usually the white Snow Lion which is often depicted on his throne. His pureland is Akanishta-Ghanavyuha.

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    Lee Kane

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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.
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