Tibetan Mantras for Turbulent Times features Deva Premal & the Gyuto Monks of Tibet in a powerful, deeply moving mantra meditation album, offering eight Tibetan mantras chanted 108 times each. Notes from Deva and from the Gyuto Monks on how to best use these mantras for a personal meditation practice, as well as their meanings, are posted in the Lyrics & Chords section of Deva & Miten's website.
All proceeds from the CD are directed to the Gyuto Monastery in Dharamsala, India, the Phowa Project, and Veggiyana.
Om Benza Satto Hung is the short version of the 100 syllable mantra (chanted by the monks):
Om Benza Satvo Sa Ma Ya Ma Nu
Pala Ye Bhenza Satto Teno Pa
Tishtha Dridho Me Bhawa
Sutokhayo Me Bhawa Supokhayo
Me Bhawa Anurakto Me Bhawa
Sarva Siddhi Me Prayaccha Sarva
Karma Sutsa Me Tsittam
Shreyang Kuru Hung Ha Ha Ha
Ha Ho Bhagwan Sarva Tathagata
Benza Ma Me Muccha Bhenze
Bhawa Maha Samayasattva Ah
Buddha of Purification within me, embodying all the Buddhas, please protect my resolve to purify all my karmas and always bestow upon me the ability to make my mind good, virtuous auspicious and immeasurably loving with the indestructible strength of a diamond.
Even though our potential remains obscure in the darkness of negativity, it need not be permanent. This mantras helps transform negative karma created over many lifetimes.
Track Name: Prosperity: Om Zambala Za Len Drah Yeh Soha
I pay homage to the god of fortune.
Om Zambala Za Len Drah Yeh Soha
Without material comforts, humans face difficulty in finding happiness, so this mantra calls for wealth energy to be created. It can help one to find success in work or business.