Buddhist Mantras

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released January 14, 2014

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Track Name: Green Tara
Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha
Track Name: Amoghasiddhi
oṃ amoghasiddhi āḥ hūṃ
Track Name: Medicine Buddha Mantra
Teyata Om Bekanze

Teyata om bekanze
Bekanze maha bekanze
Radza samudgate soha

Translation:
It is like this.
Medicine Buddha, you are the King,
the Supreme Healer.
Please remove illness, illness and the
great Illness. Now I offer this prayer.

More Information:
One of the most important mantras for healing,
it asks for healing from the illusion of duality.
This mantra is also used for the dying process.
Track Name: OM MANI PADME HUM
Oṃ maṇi padme hūṃ
Track Name: GREEN TARA (bonus track)
Green Tara is the most famous female Buddha in the Tibetan Buddhist pantheon. She is also known as ‘Mother of all Buddhas’ and is regarded the female manifestation of active compassion.

The word Tara itself is derived from the root 'tri' (to cross), hence the implied meaning:' the one who enables living beings to cross the Ocean of Existence and Suffering'. Her compassion for living beings, her desire to save them from suffering, is said to be even stronger than a mother's love for her children.

Green Tara is Tara's most dynamic manifestation. Her color symbolizes youthful vigor and activity.


She is known as the "mother of liberation", and represents the virtues of success in work and achievements. She is known as Tara Bosatsu (多羅菩薩) in Japan, and occasionally as Duōluó Púsà (多羅菩薩) in Chinese Buddhism.

She is often depicted in a posture of ease with right leg extended, signifying her readiness to spring into action. The left leg is folded in the contemplative position on the lotus pedestal, the two together thus symbolizing the integration of wisdom and art.

Her left hand, in the gesture of granting refuge holds the stem of a blue lotus that floats over her left shoulder as a symbol of purity and power. With her right hand she makes the boon-granting gesture.