Friday, December 14, 2007


i was going through Kalyan's post on the buddhist chant...

//his blog text//

The special mantra that is hummed by buddhists, painted or carved on rocks, prayer wheels, vehicles or yak skulls is the OM MANI PADME HUM in the buddhist dominated places. They believe chanting this mantra invokes powerful benevolent attention and blessings of Chenregiz, the embodiment of compassion.

Their are 6 syllables in the mantra. I gathered the meaning from them which is something like this:

OM- purity
MA- enlightenment
NI- ethics
PAD- tolerance
ME- concentration
HUM- wisdom

Buddhists actually pronounce it om mani peh me hum and broadly means ‘hail to the jewel in the lotus.’

//his blog text ends//

i had heard this same chant in a friend's car and have been facinated by it since then... found it online today so wanted to share it with you all

this is just peace! close your eyes for the next 7 minutes and just breath easy... you will feel refreshed (my personal guarantee!)


--xh-- said...

nice one. will come in handy during office hours.. :)

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much for liking as well as spreading this beautiful chant. I liked your youtube video also.

As for my blog text, I would be glad if you can link the entire text that you have posted, with the original link in my blog. Thanks:)

Love said...

@-XH- i know buddy... really helps when you are out popping people left right centre ;)

@Kalyan, done boss... hope you are happy with the update :)

CresceNet said...

Gostei muito desse post e seu blog é muito interessante, vou passar por aqui sempre =) Depois dá uma passada lá no meu site, que é sobre o CresceNet, espero que goste. O endereço dele é . Um abraço.