SIX TRUE WORDS-Om Mani Padme Hum

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What is Om Mani Padme Hum? How to Use It to Enhance Love & Compassion?

It is easy to recite the popular mantra Om Mani Padme hum, however, while reciting it, you should be thinking of its meaning for these six syllables. It is said that you shouldn't go to Buddhahood outside of yourself, rather, the contents for the key achievements of this mantra are within.

The six syllables are the embodiment of love and compassion and remain a powerful practice of the people of Tibetan, who double up as being Buddhism. Let us now find the deeper meaning of these six syllables. 

What is Om Mani Padme Hum?


This first syllable has 3 letters: A, U, and M. These essentially represent the practitioners' body, mind, and speed that is impure. Aside from that, they also represent the pure and anointed mind, speed, and body of a Buddha. Is it true that a body, mind, and speed that is impure be changed to be pure, or are they different things altogether?

All Buddhas at one point were like ourselves, but after they joint the path, they ended up being enlightened; Buddhism doesn't believe that there's anybody who from the star is pure and doesn't have any fault and possesses all good character. The creation of pure mind, speed, and body comes from the incremental avoidance of the impure states and thereafter being changed to become pure.  

How does this usually happen?

It is simple that the path is usually shown by the preceding four syllables. 


This means jewel and represents the factor of method - the passionate need of becoming compassionate and enlightened. As you know, Jewel has the potential to get rid of poverty, so, an enlightened mind also has the ability to get rid of poverty, or challenges, solidarity peace, and cyclic existence. Also, just like the jewel that often satisfies the needs of the conscious beings, so also the selfless intention to be enlightened satisfies the desires of conscious beings.  


The two-syllable means lotus, and it symbolizes wisdom. In a way, when someone has wisdom, they're not capable of contradicting the way they do with the wisdom. As you know, wisdom can enable you to keep out from making contradictory statements.  


This syllable signifies purity, which is only attained by a unity of purpose and wisdom. Syllable shows how the unity of purpose can be indivisible. As per the sutra unit, this wisdom and method indivisibility refers to a method influenced by wisdom and wisdom influenced by the method.  

Traditional Colors of the Printed Mantra   

OM is depicted with white color, Ma with Green color, NI is depicted with Yellow, PAD is indicated with a blue color, ME with Red color, HUM with Dark blue or black color. The Mantra is found in all PRAYER WHEELS, even the Buddha house prayer wheel.  

Meaning and Effects

Matras, in most cases, can be interpreted by different practitioners in a wide range of ways, or even at times in a simple sequence of varied sounds whose impact is way beyond the semantic meaning. The syllables that are in the middle, Manipadme is usually a representation of the locative case, which is said to be Jewel of Lotus. In Indian religion, lotus is often a common and popular symbol. And it often represents purity. That is so because it can emerge from the mud. The middle syllable usually comes before the OM syllable and is later followed by the HUM syllable. The two syllables have no linguistics referencing but are hugely referred to as very divine sounds.  

Also, another theory or story that is placed forth as an explanation of this mantra is about a well-known deity who happens to be a female named Manipadmi. This is because the text that showed this syllable was used to refer to a female deity. Besides, as pointed out by someone known as Studholme, if certain words are vocative when read, the likelihood of being feminine is usually high, and in case it was masculine, in most cases, you'll find it to be in an irregular form. 

Every syllable in the mantra had a different representation, meaning, and event from other cultural beliefs in the Buddha religion. Check them out one by one: 

OM: Represented by white color, this syllable was a representation of generosity. It purifies pride and ego as well. Its symbol of deity was wisdom and the wish to be born with the perfect realm of Potala. 

Ma: This was responsible for purifying lust for entertainment or, in other words, lust and was all about bringing sanity in places. The color green represented this syllable. Its symbol of the deity was compassion. 

Ni: Patience is often a virtue that people are often encouraged to have. This syllable represented desire or passion. And color representation is yellow. Body, speech, and mind are the symbol that is represented by this syllable. 

Pad: This implies diligence, and tries to purify or get rid of prejudice and ignorance and is represented by blue color. 

Me: This one is a measure of renunciation, and is often represented by red color. It purifies you from possessiveness or greed. And the symbol of deity is often Bliss. This one now is a perfect realm of Potala. 

Hum: This syllable represents wisdom and purifies you from hatred and aggression. The color representation is black. Also, the symbol of the deity is the quality of compassion.  


During the 11th century, there was one master called Atisa Dipamkara, who did a lot to bring Buddhism to Tibet. He also came up with a short treatise on mantra referred to as Arya-sad-aksari-sadhana. Other Buddhist scholars claim that mantra was practiced in Tibetan Buddhism and was based on Sadhanamala. This was a collection of spiritual and Sadhana practices. Peter Allan claims that the source of Tibetan Avalokitesvara teachings and practices is the Mani Kabum of the 11th century.

On the other hand, Donald Lopez notes down that as per 17th-century work of the prime minister of the fifth Dalai Lama mantra means 'O'. That is the person that has the lotus and jewel. Also, he writes that most Tibetan Buddhist texts take the translation of mantra as secondary, which only focuses on the six syllables. 

Tibetan lama's comments on the Mantra

According to Trijang Rinpoche

Trijang Rinpoche of 1901-1981 wrote a comment about the mantra that states:

As per Mani PADME, you could either use Lotus Jewel or Jewel Lotus each time you are referring to noble Avalokitesvara. He is called by this name because lotus is not easily soiled by mud in most cases, so this applies to Avalokitesvara. Also, this is through his high level of wisdom, the root of samsara that is abandoned and the stains of conception with existence with its latencies. He is well known to hold a white lotus in his hand, which signifies how does not he does not hold on to the extreme of mundane existence. He joins the two palms of his upper hands that show a gesture of a jewel being held. This symbolizes a wish-granting jewel where he gets rid of all the sufferings and oppressions and bestows benefits and bliss on the sentient beings. 

According to the 14th Dalai Lama

This states how it is beneficial to recite the mantra Om Mani PADME HUM as you always think of what it means. The six symbols have very different meanings.

Om is used to symbolize the practitioner's impure mind, body, and speech. Moreover, it signifies the purely exalted speech, mind, and body of Buddha.

The next four symbols 'mani' means a jewel that symbolizes the factors of the method, including the intention of being enlightened, love, compassion, and more.

The two syllables' Padme means lotus and is used to signify wisdom.

The last syllable 'hum' shows indivisibility where purity needs to be achieved in a wise and indivisible manner. 

Therefore, All the six syllables, whenever you depend on the practice of a path that is regarded as an indivisible union of wisdom and method, you can easily change from an impure speed, mind, and body to a purely exalted mind, speech, and body. 

Dilgo Khyentse Rinpoche

The mantra Om Mani PADME HUM is very easy to say. However, it is powerful since it has the essence of all the teachings. Each time you say the first syllable 'Om', it has some blessings that guide you to achieve perfection and be generous in your endeavors. 'Ma' aids you in practicing pure ethics. On the other hand, 'Ni' helps you to perfect your patience and tolerance. The fourth syllable 'Pa' allows you to achieve perfect perseverance. 'Me' aids you to perfect concentration, while the last syllable 'Hum' offers you a perfect way to achieve wisdom. Therefore, each time you recite the mantra, you will easily achieve perfection in six different practices. These six perfections are the path that was followed by Buddha three times. This makes it so useful to recite mantras and achieve all the practices.


The Benefits of Chanting OM MANI PADME HUM

Om Mani PADME Hum mantra offers you a wide range of benefits. For example, it makes it easier for you to be compassionate to those mean people. Whenever we listen to the mantra, we easily get rid of the feeling of hatred and other burdens in our hearts. Meditation and listening to mantra has the following benefits:

· Offers you a better solution whenever you have a restless mind. It assures better calmness and clarity in all situations.

· Purifies our minds and another thing that surrounds us.

· Prevents any destructive emotions such as greed, pride, jealousy, and more.

· Aids in gaining knowledge to handle different situations.

· Offers you peace of mind, wealth, success, happiness, balance, and many other positive things. 


The symbolic 

Tibetan bracelet also has the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra that is used in Buddhism to show wisdom, teaching, enlightenment, and the union of learning.

The symbolic necklace, Om Mani Padme Hum mantra, teaches wisdom with the union of enlightenment and learning. Most people use this mantra in Buddhism. It is one of the spiritual tools that is linked to protection and compassion throughout the globe. 


There are different ways of using the Om Mani Padme Hum bracelet to achieve its full benefits. This means that you can opt for a way that suits you better. You can choose to recite the mantra, write it down, wear it on your body, touch someone who has finished reciting the mantra, see someone who has recited the mantra, inhale the breath of those who have chanted the mantra, and so on. 

Each time you recite the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra, you transform since you turn into a person that is carrying the gift. When you are done chanting or reciting the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra, you bless the air and water around you. This means that anyone that touches or breathes the air will receive blessings as well. 

Also, it makes it more convenient to spread the teachings of Buddha to different people. Moreover, when you wear it, you are always reminded to choose the path of enlightenment. You are assured of all the powers that come with this mantra. 

Meditation with OM MANI PADME HUM

One has to regularly practice the act of meditation to achieve a state of diligence and patience. That makes it so easier to see things as they are to avoid any kind of confusion on your day-to-day errands. You will not need any definition by opinion or get distorted by emotions to understand things. It allows you to encounter any emotions without making any negative conclusions and to observe things just as they are. 


Whenever we dive into dark mud, we need to meditate to distance ourselves from any other stories. It creates a harbor in our hearts that makes us aware of any situation that awaits us.

Therefore, as you meditate, you should not just limit yourself to cross your legs but can be done as you wash your dishes, drive, make love, cooking, listen to others, and so on. This indicates that it needs you to be present and free from any judgments, which can easily take you away from the present and experiencing the real thing. 


You can easily activate these unique powers of the Om Mani Padme Hum mantra if you believe in Buddhism. That makes it so easier to purify your mind, speech, and body. It allows us to connect to the divine that is within us where we can achieve real enlightenment. This unit is associated with a wide range of benefit that helps us as we undertake our day-to-day operations. 

That includes peace of mind, success, health, knowledge, staying away from destruction, and many more. You can always wear it and recite it at any given time if you are facing any challenges in your life. You have a solution with you. This makes it a must-have bracelet if you are seeking enlightenment in your life.