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Sixt True Words Meaning

Sixt True Words Meaning

The six true words proverb (ॐ मिप द्म हू), also known as the six character Daming dharoni, the six character Daming mantra, the six character mantra and the mani mantra, is the heart mantra of Guanyin Bodhisattva, which originates from Sanskrit. This mantra contains the endless blessings and compassion of the Buddhas and is the sound manifestation of the compassion and wisdom of the Buddhas. The six character Daming mantra is the expansion of the three characters "hum ah hum", with extremely rich connotation and infinite mystery, It contains great power, wisdom and compassion in the universe. This mantra is the subtle original heart of Guanyin Bodhisattva. It is often recited, which has incredible merit and interests.

The six character proverb is said to be the "fundamental proverb" of the Buddhist secret lotus department. It includes Buddha's heart, treasure's heart, lotus's heart and Vajra's heart"means the Buddha's mind. It means that when reading this word, one's body should be in the Buddha's body, mouth should be in the Buddha's mouth, and meaning should be in the Buddha's meaning. The so-called integration of body, mouth and meaning with the Buddha can achieve success“ "Mani" means "Ruyi treasure" in Sanskrit, which means "Treasure Department heart". It is said that this treasure comes from the brain of the Dragon King. If you get this pearl, you can get together without treasure in the sea and treasure in the mountains, so it is also called "Jubao"“ Bami "means" Lotus "in Sanskrit, which means" lotus heart ", which is metaphorically as pure as lotus“ Hung means "Vajra's heart", which means praying for achievement, that is, only by relying on the power of Buddha can we get "Enlightenment", achieve everything, popularize life, and finally achieve the desire to become a Buddha.


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