Video: Wisdom Compassion & Power Mantras: the Thee Great Bodhisattvas 1 Hour Sanskrit chanting

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    The Sacred Sanskrit Mantras of the Three Lords of the World — Avalokiteshvara, Manjushri and Vajrapani, the Three Great Bodhisattvas — are  among the most important practice mantras for many Buddhists. These syllables together represent the Wisdom, Compassion and Power of All the Buddhas. These three Bodhisattvas represent perfect wisdom and compassion and activity. They are the Great Protectors of the Sutras and the Dharma, and together represent the complete path.

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    Manjushri’s Wisdom Mantra is  seven sacred syllables (sometimes called the Arapachana mantra Om Arapachana Dhi:

    Om Ah Ra Pah Cha Na Dhi

    Avalokiteshvara’s Compassion Mantra is six sacred syllables:

    Om Mani Padme Hum

    Vajrapani’s Powerful Mantra also six sacred syllables:

    Om Vajrapani Hum

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    Manjushri represents the five wisdoms of the Buddhas, which help us to transform the five great poisons that cause suffering.

    Avalokiteshvara represents the Mahayana Bodhichitta ideal of Karuna and Metta, Compassion and Love for all beings.

    These are called the two “wings of the Bird of Enlightenment” but the actual “flapping of the wings is the activity, represented by Great Vajrapani.

    Wisdom and Compassion manifest as Enlightened Activity. This is the Power of the Buddhas.

    Chant along for one full hour these sacred syllables, while meditating on the three Bodhisattvas and what they represent.

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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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