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The Greatest Compassionate Mantra

BaBeiZhou Chanting Blessing for

Stomach, Spleen and Digestive System

BaBeiZhou Chanting Blessing for

Heart and Heart Related Issues

BaBeiZhou Chanting Blessing to Transform Relationships

Candie is very honored to be a Guan Yin Lineage Holder certified by the Tao Academy.

Guan Yin is an East Asian bodhisattva associated with compassion and mercy, also known as the "Goddess of Mercy" in English.

Chinese Bodhisattva / Goddess of Compassion, Mercy and Kindness is considered to be a mother-goddess and patron of seamen.  The name Guan Yin is a short form for Guan Shi Yin meaning "Observing, Hearing the Sounds and Cries of Sentient Beings.

This DaBeiZhou mantra has 88 lines consists of 87 Buddhas names.

The Great Compassion Dharani water

According to the Great Compassion Dharani Sutra, by means of long-term reciting the Dharani, the Master Kuan-Ru and followers all the world blessed the Dharani’s merits to the water. The users have many incredible testimonies and comments.

Before drinking, please piously meditate sacred " Namo(take refuge of) Guan Shi Yin(Avalokiteswara)Bodhisattva" and “Namo Amitabha “, at least 10 times each.

A bottle of the great mercy Dharani water that is a turning point to save a life. We look forward to all benefactors’ strong powers. You can create good fortune widely.

What is a Mantra?

Mantras are a sound manifestation coming from emptiness. They are the authentic sound of emptiness.
From the point of view of the absolute truth and of emptiness itself, the mantra does not have any existence. There is neither sound nor mantra. Sounds and mantras, as with all other forms of manifestation, are located in the relative realm that arises from emptiness. In the relative realm, sounds, although devoid of their own entity, have the power to designate, name, and act on the mind. When, for instance, someone tells us "You are a fine person" or "You are very disagreeable," the words "fine" or "disagreeable" are not "things." They are only sounds that are not either "fine" or "disagreeable" in themselves, but simply evoke the thoughts of "fine" and "disagreeable" and produce an effect on the mind. Similarly, in the relative domain mantras are endowed with an infallible power of action.

Mantras are very often the names of Buddhas, bodhisattvas, or deities. For instance, OM MANI PADME HUNG is a way of naming Chenrezig. From an absolute point of view, Chenrezig does not have a name, but he is designated by names in the domain of the relative or literal meaning. These names are the vector of his compassion, grace, and the strength of the wishes he makes for the benefit of beings. In this way the recitation of his name transmits these qualities of his mind. Herein lies the explanation for the beneficial power of his mantra, which is also his name. As we assimilate ourselves to our own name and are at one with it, in the same way, on the relative level, the mantra is identical with the deity. They form a single reality. When one recites the mantra, one receives the grace of the deity; by visualizing the deity, one receives the same grace without any difference.

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