Kuan Shih Yin Goddess Of Mercy Recitation page

Kuan Shih Yin, Bodhisattva of Compassion will hear our distress with any one earnest recitation. It can be done aloud or silently anytime.

  1. "Namo Kuan Shih Yin Pu Sa".
  2. The Great Compassion Mantra (Da Pei Zhou).
  3. The Mantra of Universal Protection "Om Mani Padme Hum".
  4. "Namo Amitabha Buddha".

Constant recitation will calm us and give our mind something to concentrate on. As time goes on, this will give rise to wisdom as we will find ourselves able to distinguish things clearer. We should not only do recitals when we have problems.

We recite Buddha's name and Kuan Shih Yin recitals so that with our own cultivation(self -power) and Buddha and Bodhisattvas blessings (other -powers), we can rebirth in the Pure Land of Amitabha Buddha.

Mantra are usually in Sanskrit for the sound of the syllables produces a "special vibration" (spiritual energy).

The Great Compassion Mantra

Sutra : "Those who recite and hold the mantra will have the fifteen kinds of good birth and will not suffer the fifteen kinds of bad death"

Namo ratnatrayaya / Namo aryavalokitesvaraya / Bodhisattvaya / mahasattvaya / mahakarunikaya / Om / sarva abhayah / sunadhasya / Namo sukrtvemama / aryavalokitesvaragarbha / Namo nilakantha / Siri mahabhadrasrame / Sarvarthasubham / ajeyam / sarvasattvanamavarga / mahadhatu / Tadyatha / Om avaloke / lokite / kalate / Hari / mahabodhisattva / sarva sarva / mala mala / Masi Mahahrdayam / kuru kuru kanam / Kuru Kuruvijayati / mahavijayati / Dharadhara / dharin suraya / Chala chala / mama bhramara / muktir / Ehi ehi / chinda chinda / harsam prachali / Basa basam presaya / hulu hulu mala / Hulu hulu hilo / sara sara / siri siri / suru suru / Bodhiya bodhiya / bodhaya bodhaya / Maitreya / nilakantha / dharsinina / Payamana svaha / siddhaya svaha / mahasiddhaya svaha / Siddhayogesvaraya svaha / nilakanthasvaha / Varahananaya svaha / simhasiramukhaya svaha / Sarvamahasiddhaya svaha / cakrasiddhaya svaha / Padmahastaya svaha / nilakanthavikaraya svaha / Maharsisankaraya svaha / Namo ratnatrayaya / Namo aryavalokitesvaraya svaha / Om siddhyantu / mantrapadaya svaha

"Om Mani Padme Hum" ( Mantra of Avalokiteshvara , Kuan Shih Yin Pu-Sa )

The six syllables of "Om mani padme hum" refer to the path to enlightenment. "Om" means the body, speech and mind of the Buddhas. "mani" means jewel (method), "padme" (pronounce as paymay) means lotus(wisdom). "hum"(or "hung") means the mind of all the Buddhas.



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Sunday June 11, 2000
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