I found another video of the Mantra of Bodhisattva Tara. This one is really beautiful and not like the others.
Here is another version of the mantra of Bodhisattva Manjushri – Om A Ra Pa Dza Na Dhi. May Manjushri grant everyone the wisdom to see through all phenomena!
Here is Emil Gilels playing Brahms’ Intermezzo in A minor – a soulful piece. It is like Brahms is thinking through some philosophical question here:
Here is another beautiful rendition of Green Tara Mantra: Om Tare Tuttare Ture Soha.
We are still on the topic of Buddha Shakyamuni. He is the historical Buddha, meaning that he lived among us in flesh and blood, setting the Wheel of Dharma going for us in our days and age. He was the founder of Buddhism and was the first teacher of the unbroken lineage of monks that come down to us today. His mantra is at once a homage to him as well as an expression of the supreme quality of Enlightenment that the Buddha embodies. This supreme quality is not limited to Buddha Shakyamuni himself; on the contrary anybody can have this quality, can become one with this quality, if they follow the Buddha’s teachings wholeheartedly. So when you recite this mantra, you reflect on the quality of the Buddha and express this quality out loud by yourself. So it is a very, very powerful mantra. It says “Om Muni Muni Mahamuni Shakyamunaye Soha.” The chant is sung by Ani Choying Drolma:
I’ve found a very good website based in Thailand on aspects of Mahayana Buddhism. For those who do not understand Thai, you don’t need to. Just open the following link and listen to a very beautiful rendition of the Medicine Buddha Mantra, Om Bekandze Bekandze Maha Bekandze Raja Samudgate Soha. May the Medicine Buddha bless you with good health in both the body and the spirit.
Here is the beautiful rendition of the Tara Mantra by the internationally renowned Ani Choying Drolma: