Chenrezig or Avalokitesvara : This mantra invokes the blessings of the Bodhisattva of Compassion. The mani mantra appears in the sacred Lantsa script (top) and also the Tibetan.
In traditional Tibetan homes door mantras are usually placed above the doorways, both inside and outside, where they convey blessings and protection to all who pass beneath.
Om Mani Peme Hung!
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Ausadha is the Sanskrit word for medicine. Prepared entirely by hand, the ingredients are blended and hand-ground according to an ancient Ayurvedic recipe. Ausadha has a wonderful calming effect on the mind, so is an ideal aid to meditation and relaxation. According to the texts it helps soothe the nervous system and mental disturbances. It has also been found to be effective in reducing the symptoms of epilepsy and nervous twitching etc.
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