The jewels is in the lotus - Oṃ Maṇi Padme Hūṃ

The jewels is in the lotus - Oṃ Maṇi Padme Hūṃ

The Lotus flower, which begins to grow in dirty and muddy water but manages to surpass the water and produce a pure and clean lotus flower, symbolises the one who overcame the pain that prevails in the material world and became enlightened.

Recite this mantra repeatedly with a pure and clean mind, and the path to enlightenment will come to you one day.

Om Mani PadMe Hum

Syllable
6 Perfections
Purifies your
Representing Samsaric Realms
Colors
Symbol of the Deity
Om 
Generosity
Pride/ Ego
Devas
White
Wisdom
Ma
Ethics
Jealousy/ Lust
Asuras
Green
Compassion
Ni
Patience
Passion/ Desire
Human
Yellow
Body, Speech, Mind quality & Activity
Pad
Diligence
Ignorance/ Prejudice
Animals
Blue
Equanimity
Me
Renunciation
Greed/ Possessiveness
Pretas/ Hungry Ghosts
Red
Bliss
Hum
Wisdom
Aggression/ Hatred
Naraka (Hell)
Black
Quality of Compassion
Oṃ
The sound of Om is thought to be the sound that started everything in the universe.
Om created the universe, which contains everything that exists, has ever existed, and will ever exist.
Om's sound vibration cleanses pride. They also believe that the syllable Om is a part of both the world of Samsara and the universal law.
Reciting Om allows us to let go of our ego and become kinder and more generous.

 

Mani
Mani's Ma syllable is associated with releasing jealousy and attachment to fleeting pleasures. It's in the Asuras' samsaric world, and reciting Ma over and over helps us let go of jealousy and be more ethical.
The Ni syllable is thought to help us let go of our desires and passions while increasing our patience with ourselves and others. It exists in the samsaric realm of human beings. The entire word "Mani" means "jewel."

 

Padme
Pad is a syllable that helps us let go of our prejudices and judgments while also leading us to perseverance. It belongs in the samsaric realm of animals.
The “Me” syllable helps us let go of possessiveness while strengthening our concentration. It represents the samsaric realm of the hungry ghost.
Padme, when combined with the meaning of "lotus," also represents "wisdom."

 

Hum
The syllable "Hum" allows us to let go of anger and hatred. As a result, we stimulate our own innate wisdom.
The Naraka (Hell) samsaric realm is represented by the sound "Hum". It designates the inability to be bothered by anything. It is unbreakable and immovable.
 

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