Mantra of Buddha Amitabha - Head of The Padma (Lotus Family)

amitabhaAmitabha Buddha emanates ruby red light, a Red that symbolises love and compassion. AMITABHA’s radiant form warms and pacifies the hearts of all who gaze at him. As head of the Lotus family, he manifests boundless compassion, protecting and welcoming. all into His Pure land, the Western Paradise from where the attainment of Enlightenment is certain. Reciting Amitabha’s mantra purifies all delusions and removes obstacles caused by one’s excessive attachment to material things.


Mantra to Yellow Dzambhala - Buddha of Wealth

yellowdzambhalaThe Yellow Dzambhala holding the jewel spouting Mongoose is a powerful deity who bestows wealth and prosperity to all who offers soothing clear water on his crown and body while reciting his mantra. It is excellent practice to place a consecrated image of Dzambhala within a water feature letting the water flow continuously over his crown. Each day recite his mantra 108 times.


Mantra to Guru Rinpoche to Dispel All Obstacles in Your Life

Padmasambhava, affectionately known as Guru Rinpoche is the powerful  Lotus Buddha who dispels all obstacles  and worldly problems. Guru Rinpoche is excellent for those who find it hard to concentrate. Reciting his mantra as well as his seven lined prayer (below) transforms all difficulties into opportunities for growth and learning.


Mantra to Namgyalma (Ushnisha Vijaya) - Powerful Buddha of Longevity

NAMGLAYMA has three faces and eight arms. She is one of three revered deities of longevity. Her middle face body and eight arms are white, symbolizing the elimination for all misfortunes. Her right face manifests her Compassion for all beings and her left face signifies her skill at cutting through ignorance through wrathful means.


Mantra to White Tara - Buddha of Longevity

You can chant one mala of mantra to White Tara to make special requests for someone’s quick recovery from a life threatening illness. White Tara is one of the trinity of Buddhas that grant long life to those who make powerful prayers - the other two are the Buddha Amityus and the Buddha Namglyma.


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