What is a Mantra?

Originally in Hinduism and Buddhism a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in mediation, a type of Vedic hymn. When we look at the word Mantra it can be broken down into two parts, “Man”, meaning mind, and “tra”, which means to transport. Technically it is used to transport one to a deep place of meditation.

Mantras

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The Gayatri Mantra

Om bhur bhuvah svah
tat savitur varenyam
bhargo devasya dhimahi
dhiyo yonah prachodayat

Translation:

We meditate on the transcendental Glory of the Deity Supreme, who is inside the heart of the earth, inside the life of the sky and inside the soul of Heaven.  May He stimulate and illuminate our minds.

OM NAMO NARAYANAYA

Om namo narayanaya

Om namo narayanaya

Translation:

I bow down to the divine.

OM MANI PADME HUM

Translation:

Hail to the Jewel in the Lotus.

Om Sahana Vavatu

Om Saha Nau-Avatu
Saha Nau Bhunaktu
Saha Viiryam Karavaavahai
Tejasvi Nau-Adhiitam-Astu Maa Vidvissaavahai
Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih


Meaning:
Om, May God Protect us Both (the Teacher and the Student),
 May God Nourish us Both,
May we Work Together with Energy and Vigour,
May our Study be Enlightening and not give rise to Hostility,
Om, Peace, Peace, Peace.

Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha

Translation:

A very loose translation might be:
Om = Salutations! Everyone wake up!
Gam = The secret power sound of Ganesh. It is his "seed syllable" or bija mantra.
Ganapataye = Another name of Ganesh, the breaker of obstacles.
Namaha = Yo! Ganesh! God!

Moola Mantra

Om
Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma
Purushothama Paramatma
Sri Bhagavathi Sametha
Sri Bhagavathe Namaha

Translation:

“Oh Divine Force, Spirit of All

Creation, Highest Personality,

Divine Presence, manifest in

every living being.

Supreme Soul manifested as the

Divine Mother and as the Divine Father.

I bow in deepest reverence.

OM TARE Tuttare (Green Tara)

Om tare tuttare

Ture swaha

Om tare tuttare

Ture

Swaha

Translation:

“I prostrate to the Liberator, Mother of all the Victorious Ones.”

Tara was the mother of all Buddha’s. Tara, who Tibetans also call “Dolma” is thought to be a Buddha of compassion and action, a protector. Tara has 21 major forms, each of which has a different color and spiritual attribute. Of these, two are especially popular, White Tara, who is associated with compassion and long life, and Green Tara, who is associated with enlightened activity and abundance.

Gate Gate

GATE GATE PARA GATE PARASAM GATE BODHI SVAHA!"

Translation:

"Going, going, going on beyond, always going on beyond, always becoming Buddha."

Om Shanti Om

Translation:
Universe or World Peace

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