FPMT Mantra Caps

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FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by Nicholas Weeks » Fri Sep 15, 2017 7:00 pm

Baseball caps in Blue, Red or Maroon, with all these mantras on them:


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Re: FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by Jeff H » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:23 pm

Regarding the mantras, not the cap, in ChNN's Song of the Vajra, this mantra appears to be given as AH AAH HA SHA SA MA (with HA before SHA rather than at the end). Is there a particular significance to that?

Just curious.
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Re: FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by heart » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:28 pm

Jeff H wrote:Regarding the mantras, not the cap, in ChNN's Song of the Vajra, this mantra appears to be given as AH AAH HA SHA SA MA (with HA before SHA rather than at the end). Is there a particular significance to that?

Just curious.

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read this: http://www.buddhavisions.com/wp-content ... eality.pdf

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Re: FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by Jeff H » Fri Sep 15, 2017 9:36 pm

heart wrote:
Jeff H wrote:Regarding the mantras, not the cap, in ChNN's Song of the Vajra, this mantra appears to be given as AH AAH HA SHA SA MA (with HA before SHA rather than at the end). Is there a particular significance to that?

Just curious.

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read this: http://www.buddhavisions.com/wp-content ... eality.pdf

/magnus
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Re: FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by Virgo » Tue Dec 12, 2017 8:16 pm

I just found this thread. Ha! I own of these, in dark red.

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Re: FPMT Mantra Caps

Post by Tolya M » Wed Dec 13, 2017 10:11 pm

The Six syllables again )

1) ? The first letter is absent in Ranjana\Lantsa script. It looks like stylisation of tibetan ' .
2) long A
3) maybe long HA
4) maybe long श ( śa ) (not ष ṣa) like in शासन (śAsana) (instruction, rule) or शास्तृ (teacher).
5) maybe long SA
6) maybe long MA

The letters are slightly of non-common character.

at someone on this forum I saw अआहसम

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