Cover image of Avalokitesvara Mantra

Avalokitesvara Mantra Podcasts

Read more

2 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Avalokitesvara Mantra. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Avalokitesvara Mantra, often where they are interviewed.

Read more

2 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Avalokitesvara Mantra. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Avalokitesvara Mantra, often where they are interviewed.

Updated daily with the latest episodes

Episode artwork

130: Avalokitesvara Mantra

Play
Read more

A rousing recording of the Avalokitesvara Mantra from the first Triratna European Chairs Assembly of the new year (2014). The harmony is led by Amalamati from Valencia.

Avalokitesvara is the Bodhisattva of compassion, and his thousand-armed form is the symbol for the Triratna Buddhist Order at work in the world.

Recorded live during the 'Offerings' section of the Sevenfold Puja at Adhisthana Retreat Centre in Herefordshire, UK.

#Buddhist #Buddhism #chanting #chant #harmony #mantra

Jan 09 2014 · 9mins
Episode artwork

Om Mani Padme Hum (Avalokitesvara Mantra)

Play
Read more
Om Mani Padme Hum, the Avalokitesvara Mantra, recorded live at Casa Saraswati as part of the November 2011 Sacred Clowning retreat. Led by Didier Danthois, the group explored Indian raga singing, mantra and singing improvisation in conjunction with the clown. Om Mani Padme Hum is an six-syllable mantra associated with Avalokitesvara (Chenrezig in Tibetan), the bodhisattva of compassion. Essentially it invokes the power of Avalokitesvara to open our hearts and minds to become more compassionate towards ourselves and other beings, although it has many different interpretations. A transliteration of the Sanskrit words: Om mani padme hum Or sometimes written as: Om mani peme hung. In the words of Kalu Rinpoche, "Through mantra, we no longer cling to the reality of the speech and sound encountered in life, but experience it as essentially empty. Then confusion of the speech aspect of our being is transformed into enlightened awareness." Didier Danthois is a spiritual teacher with many years of experience in teaching mime-clown and raga singing. His work seeks to bring together the arts and healing. For more information visit www.sacred-clown-as-healer.co.uk or www.teatro-del-corazon.org or simply google 'sacred clown'.
Apr 26 2012 · 3mins