Colleague Buddhists - I'm getting to know Medicine Buddha as I haven't met him before and he's come into my life at just the right time.

Anything you'd be willing to share about your personal relationship with him / stories/ facts / books etc. I'd be very grateful. Deep bow.

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Comment by David Brazier on May 3, 2017 at 11:43

Very pleased to see Eleusis making such link ups possible.

Comment by Satya Robyn on May 3, 2017 at 11:26

Thank you both! This is the mantra I've been chanting -

I do like the one you've forwarded, Charlene, it's more of an evening chant. Just about to download your book!

Comment by Charlene Diane Jones on May 2, 2017 at 16:21

Here's a youtube link to Tibetan chanting of the Medicine Buddha mantra:

This mantra is particularly important to hear, because rather than simply saying the syllables as is so often true with other Vajrayana Tantra practices, Medicine Buddha mantra has a slow sing/song quality, a deep shift in pitch for the syllables. This difference speaks to healing through sound. 

For a tiny description of how Neuroscience describes some very elemental aspects of Medicine Buddha practice, you might enjoy my book, with preface by David Brazier, Medicine Buddha/Medicine Mind. all best!

Comment by Vajrapala Lut Moerman on May 1, 2017 at 20:07

I can share his mantra:

Tajata Om

Beekandzee Beekandzee Maha Beekandzee

Randzee Samoengatee Sohaa

This is the mantra off Sangye Menla


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