Tibetan Buddhism Six True Words Meaning And Using
it is the most revered mantra in Tibetan Buddhism. Tantra believes that this is the fundamental mantra of the secret lotus part, that is, the true teachings of Guanyin in the lotus part, so it is called the six-character mantra...
"Six-True-Words mantra, six-character Scripture, or six-character Da Ming mantra are the six characters of Tibetan Buddhist chanting "Om, Ma, Ne, Ba, Mi, Hum". It is said to be the fundamental mantra of the secret lotus part of Buddhism. Yes. There are many interpretations of "six-character mantra", but the fundamentals are nothing more than the following: (1) According to the Tibetan Buddhist classics, the six-character mantra, "om" means "Buddha heart", it is said that when this word is spoken , Your body should correspond to the Buddha's body, your mouth should correspond to the Buddha's mouth, and your mind should correspond to the Buddha's will..."
The six-character proverb is said to be the "fundamental proverb" of the secret lotus division of Buddhism. It contains the Buddha Mind, Treasure Mind, Lotus Mind and Vajra Mind. "Om" means the mind of the Buddha. When reciting this word, one's body should correspond to the Buddha's body, the mouth should correspond to the Buddha's mouth, and the mind should correspond to the Buddha's intent. The so-called body, mouth, and mind are integrated with the Buddha. Achievement; "Mani" in Sanskrit means "ruyi treasure", which means "the heart of the treasure". It is said that this treasure comes from the mind of the dragon king. If you get this treasure, you can go into the sea without a treasure, and you can go up to the mountain without a treasure. The name "Jubao"; "Pami", in Sanskrit meaning "lotus", means "the heart of the lotus part", which is as pure as a lotus flower; "Hum" means "the heart of the king's part", meaning to pray for achievement. That is to say, one must rely on the power of the Buddha in order to obtain "enlightenment", accomplish everything, prolong life, and finally achieve the desire to become Buddha.