Vajra Guru Mantra
OM AH HUM VAJRA GURU PADME SIDDHI HUM
It is pronounced “om ah hung benza guru péma siddhi hung” by Tibetans.
The Vajra Guru Mantra is the very heart essence of Padmasambhava. It is also the mantra of all the masters, buddhas, yidams, dakas, dakinis, and protectors. When you chant it, you are invoking the very embodiment of PADMASAMBHAVA.
Jamyang Khyentse Wangpo says:
OM AH HUM - the seed syllables of the three vajras ( of body, speech and mind). VAJRA - signifies the dharmakaya since it cannot be “cut” or destroyed by the elaborations of conceptual thought. GURU - signifies the sambhogakaya, which is laden with the qualities of the seven aspects of union. PADME - signifies the nirmanakaya, the radiant awareness of the wisdom of discernment arising as the lotus family of enlightened speech. SIDDHI—are obtained through the power of this prayer. HUM – seed syllable
This is the 4th track “Vajra Guru” from the album “Refuge” by Gabrielle Roth and the Mirrors & Boris Grebenshikov on Raven Recordings, New York. 1998.
There are many versions and I invite you to chant along with any of them and discover for yourself!
The photos are my originals with positive, inspirational messages.
Thanks for listening.