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OM MUNI MUNI MAHA MUNIA SOHA- Buddhist Mantra- Chanting Time -Sakyamuni Buddha- 釋迦牟尼佛心咒 -

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* Om – this primordial sound it is used at the start of many Sanskrit and Buddhist mantras and can be thought of as opening yourself up to the ultimate truth of what is coming next with the chanting of the mantra;
* Muni – this syllable is often translated to mean wise. Furthermore, this syllable is an ancient Indian word commonly linked with silent sages.
* Maha – this syllable is typically translated to mean supreme or great;
* Muniye – this syllable represents the suffering of subtle illusions;
* Soha – this syllable is often translated to mean greeting or hail.
This Buddhist mantra could be said to be the essence of the Gautama Buddha, the essence of his enlightenment. The mantra is in no way to separate the mantra from Gautama Buddha himself.

Gautama Buddha, also known as Buddha Siddhartha Gautama, or simply the Buddha, was born in what is now Nepal some 2,500 years ago.
The word Buddha signifies „the enlightened one” or „awakened one”. Buddha is also used as a title for the first awakened being in a Yuga era (our present time is a Kali Yuga, which started at 3102 BCE).

Here’s the meaning of the mantra ‘Om muni muni mahamuniye svaha’:
Om – aum – represents the infinite consciousness
Muni – learned sage
Maha muni – greatest of the great sages
Svaha – hail/ absorb
 
In English it means “In this wide universe, oh greatest of the great sages, I hail and absorb you into me”.
When this mantra is chanted in the original Sanskrit language the syllables uttered carry vibrations that can help to bring positivity to the chanting person.

Chanting of this mantra can take you into a path of awakening where your mind is rid of any thoughts or actions.
 
Chanting ‘Om muni muni mahamuniye svaha’ is said to be the essence of Buddha which means enlightenment. Mantras have energy.

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