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Deva Premal & the Gyuto Monks of Tibet have created a powerful, deeply moving mantra meditation album, offering eight Tibetan mantras chanted 108 times each.
1. INVOCATION - 03:48
The classic sound of the Gyuto Monks invites us to open our hearts to others in preparation for recitation of the mantras. The invocation sets intention and motivation according to Tibetan Buddhist practice.
2. COMPASSION - 04:06 (at 03:42)
OM MANI PADME HUM
Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus. Our potential is cultivated through confidence that the suffering of others can be eradicated. This produces unshakable self - belief and inner beauty.
3. PURIFICATION - 05:55 ( at 07:44)
OM BENZA SATTO HUNG (chanted 108 times by Deva Premal)
Which is the short version of the 100 syllable Mantra (chanted by the monks):
OM BENZA SATVO SA MA YA MA NU PALA YA BHENZA SATTO TENO PA TISHTHA DRIDHO ME BHAWA SUTOKHAYO ME BHAWA SUPOKHAYO ME BHAWA ANURAKTO ME BHAWA SARVA SIDDHI ME PRAYACCHA SARVA KARMA SUTSA ME TSITTAM SHREYANG KURU HUNG HA HA HA HA HO BHAGWAN SARVA TATHAGATA BENZA MA ME MUCCHA BHENZE BHAWA MAHA SAMAYASATTVA AH HUNG PHET.
Buddha of Purification within me, embodying all the Buddhas, please protect my resolve to purify all my karmas and always bestow on me the ability to make my mind good, virtuous, auspicious and immeasurably loving with the indestructible strength of a diamond. Even though our potential remains obscure in the darkness of negativity, it need not be permanent. This mantra helps transform negative karma created over many lifetimes.
4. BUDDHA - 07:10 (at 13:30)
OM MUNI MUNI MAHA MUNI SO HA
To the teacher, teacher, the great teacher, I pay homage. Shakyamuni, the historical Buddha, cast as the overall teacher of the tradition, illustrates the point that without a good teacher in the beginning there can be no success in spiritual training. Reciting this mantra therefore helps us find a good teacher to lead us towards clarity of mind and ultimately discovery of our own pure consciousness which is the real guru.
5. PERFECTION - 10:51 (at 20:40)
TEYATA GATE GATE PARAGATE PARA SAMGATE BODHI SO HA.
Gone, gone, gone far beyond to the awakened state. The path that takes us to enlightenment comprises the six arts of perfection. This mantra helps us to be generous, patient, conscientious, diligent, focused and wise.
6. WISDOM - 11:16 (at 31:25)
OM AH RA PA TSA NA DHI DHI DHI.....
Amidst the chaos, everything is pure by nature.The pinnacle of spiritual success is to achieve enlightenment. This depends on recognition of our potential. The mantra confirms that each of us has the capacity to replace ignorance with wisdom.
7. WHITE TARA (Long Life) - 06:39 (42:35)
OM TARE TU TARE TURE MAMA AH YUH PUNE JANA PUTIM KURU SO HA.
The liberator of suffering shines light upon me to create an abundance of merit and wisdom for long life and happiness. Long life and good health for oneself and others is sought through recitation of this mantra thus making one's life and particularly the spiritual journey meaningful.
8. HEALING - 13:44 (at 49:10)
TEYATA OM BEKANZE BEKANZE MAHA BEKANZE BEKANZE RADZA SAMUT GATE SO HA.
I invoke the healing buddha inside me by going all the way to the supreme heights to remove the pain of illness and spiritual ignorance. The practical purpose of spirituality is to help others deal with their various life issues. Sickness represents a major problem. Reciting this mantra may contribute to healing on many levels adding to the effectiveness of medical treatment and medicines.
9. PROSPERITY - 05:04 (at 01:02:47)
OM ZAMBALA ZA LEN RAYE SO HA.
I pay homage to the god of fortune. Without material comforts humans face difficulty in finding happiness so this mantra calls for wealth energy to be created. It can help one to find success in work or business.
10. DEDICATION - 00:33 (at 01:07:30)
Wishing others to enjoy the benefit of one's work is the way one's spiritual practice concludes in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition.
All proceeds are directed to the Gyuto Monastery in Dharamsala
(India), the Phowa Project and Veggiyana.
Chanting: Deva Premal and The Gyuto Monks:
Sonam Dorjee, Passang Gyamtso, Gelek Gonpo, Tenzin Jigme
Keyboards: Kit Walker
Cello: David Darling
Native American Flute: Marina Stanton
Recorded, mixed, mastered by Kamal Engels (Art of Audio)
Mantra notes translated by Sonam Rigzin.
Edited by Maureen Fallon.
Produced by Deva Premal & MIten in collaboration with Gyuto House,
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