Siddhartha Gautama Buddha mantra lyrics:
”Thab Khey Thuk Ji Sakyai Rig Su Trug
Shen Gyi Mi Thup Due Kyi Pung Jom Pa
Ser Gyi Lhun Po Ta Bur Jepai Ku
Shakyal Gyal Po Kyo La Chak Tsel Lo
Teyatha Om muni muni maha muni shakyamuni soha.”
Mantra translation and meaning:
“Om wise one, wise one, greatly wise one, wise one of the Shakyans, Hail.”
”The ordinary body, ordinary speech, ordinary mind we transform in the body, speech, and mind of the Buddha.”
”The mantra of Gautama Buddha could be said to be the essence of the Buddha, the essence of his enlightenment.
It is in no way separate from the Buddha himself.” – Thubten Yeshe
Siddhartha Gautama, who would one day become known as Buddha (the awakened), lived in Nepal during the 6th to 4th century B.C.
”Siddhartha” is a Sanskrit personal name which translates as “He Who Achieves His Goal”. The Sanskrit family name ”Gautama” translates as “descendants of Gotama”.
The teachings of Gautama Buddha are considered the core of Buddhism. He gave the Four Noble Truths, which express the basic orientation of Buddhism and provide a conceptual framework of the Buddhist thought, and proposed the Eightfold Path to end suffering.
When he taught, Siddhartha Gautama did not pretend to be a god. He said he was just a man who had found the meaning of life, and that any person can also find the meaning of life.
He is undoubtedly one of the most influential figures in world history, and his profound teachings have affected everything from a variety of other faiths to literature to philosophy, both within India and to the farthest reaches of the Western world.
Mantra chanting benefits:
When we chant this mantra, we are expressing and embodying that heart-essence. Furthermore, the Buddha mantra is usually recited not just as a sign of respect and acknowledgment of the Gautama Buddha but also as a means of entreating the Buddha to help you find the inspiration that you need to follow in order to attain full enlightenment.