The King of Mantra - 7 Syllable

The King of Mantra!

Buddha, the most benevolent and knowledgeable spiritual Guru worldwide, generously imparted various methods and resources to achieve complete enlightenment.

One of the most precious paths to enlightenment is the Bodhisattva Way.


A few of the meditation techniques are: 

  1. Breath meditation.
  2. Sound meditation.
  3. Walking meditation. 
  4. Reading meditation.
  5. Debate discussion meditation.
  6. Prostrating meditation.
  7. Compassion Tonglen meditation.
  8. Visualization meditation.
  9. Chanting mantra meditation ( Dhay Gom in Tibetan ) and many more.

Meditating on a Deity or Guru through visualization and chanting mantras is a powerful practice. Meditation means being accustomed to it. I invite you to read an article about why meditation is challenging.

Vajra Yogini

Vajrayana Yogini by Dakinis art.org


There are many precious mantras in Buddhism. 

  1. The mantra of Buddha Shakyamuni: Om Muni Muni Maha Muniye Soha

  2. The mantra of compassion Buddha Chenrezig: OM MANI PADME HUM

  3. The mantra of Maha Guru Padmasambhava: Oṃ āḥ hūṃ vajra guru padma siddhi hūṃ

  4. The mantra of wisdom Buddha Manjushri: OM A RA PA TSA NA DHIH

  5. The mantra of female Buddha Green Tara (Jetsun Drolma)Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha

  6. The mantra of Buddha Vajrasattva: Om Vajrasattva hum

Recently, I was reading the collected writings and teachings of Yogi Gampopa—the chief disciple of Milarepa.

The SEVEN syllable KING OF MANTRA is shared in the teachings, and I want to share it with all.

The King of Mantra Buddha Chakrasamvara

Photo: Buddha Chakrasamvara (Korlo Demchok) Mount Kailash is the Palace of Buddha Chakrasamvara.


The Mantra of Buddha, Chakrasamvara.

The seven-syllable KING OF MANTRA started with the great Naropa. When he chanted the precious mantra hundreds of thousands of times, he was prophesied of the great Tilopa, for whom he attained absolute enlightenment.


CAUTION REMINDER: Please grant an empowerment Initiation from a pure Lineage Guru before chanting the King of Mantra, the mantra of Buddha Chakrasamvara. In Tibetan Korlo, Demchok means The Wheel of Bliss.


THE SEVEN syllables KING OF MANTRA: OM HRI HA HA HUM HUM PHAT


According to Buddhism, the best and fastest blessings come when one has tremendous and unshakable devotion! To have an unshakable devotion, one needs tremendous merit.

Thank you so much for reading! As someone with limited knowledge, writing about such a precious mantra intimidates me. However, I have written this article to gain merit by mentioning the name of the king of mantras. If there are any mistakes in my writing, I humbly request forgiveness from the Dakinis. Chakrasamvara Khenno!

Also, be sure to check out another article on How to be a Vajrayana Yogi for beginners. :) If there is anything I can do to improve the article, let me know by leaving a comment. Your feedback is highly appreciated.


Written By :Tenzin

Mar 02, 2019


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