The Goddess of mercy

Quan Yin in Sanskrit means “she who hears the cries of the people”.

She has been worshipped as the Chinese Bodhisattva of compassion by many for thousands of years. A bodhisattva is any soul that has attained enlightenment but instead of being freed of the karmic cycles and becoming a Buddha, chooses to stay on earth in order to help all beings attain enlightenment.

It is said that as Quan Yin was about to enter heaven, she paused when she heard the cries of the people, her compassion was so great that she returned to earth to help them.

She is worshiped by Buddhists and Taoists in China, Korea, Japan and Tibet. The qualities that Quan Yin invokes, the feeling of compassion and unconditional love make her comparable to Mother Mary.

Receive Quan Yin’s blessings in three ways : 

Quan Yin Invocation 

Set up an altar with a picture or statue of Quan Yin, the Mandala of Compassion, and either a stick or cone of Lotus or Amber incense.
Bow 3 times to Quan Yin
Offer water to her which she will bless.
Invite Quan Yin to come to you and appear.
Bring the palms of your hands together in the prayer mudra
Recite the following:

“May the Peace of Quan Yin be upon this household

May the Light of Quan Yin be in my soul

May the Wisdom of Quan Yin be in my mind

May the Virtue and Purity of Quan Yin be among the members of my household

May the Health and Well-Being of Quan Yin be manifest throughout my body,

And radiate through the garments I wear.

May the Grace of Quan Yin be in my worship

May the Talents and Genius of Quan Yin be manifest through my senses

May the Peace of Quan Yin be upon me!”

Next recite this mantra ten times: “Na Mo Quan Yin Bodhisattva”.
Drink the water blessed by Quan Yin, this water now has healing powers.
Dedicate this practice to the benefit and enlightenment of all beings. Close your ritual.


Using Quan Yin’s healing mantra Weng Ma Ni Ba Ma Hong (as received by Master Sha)

Sit up straight. Put your left palm over your Message Center, also known as the heart chakra, in the middle of your chest. Hold your right hand in the traditional prayer position, with fingers pointing upward.

Say hello :

Dear soul mind body of Weng Ma Ni Ba Ma Hong,

I love you, honor you, and appreciate you.

Please heal              (make your requests).

Please transform my relationship with            (name a person or persons).

Dear all the people, animals, and nature that my ancestors and I have harmed in this life and past lives,

I sincerely ask for your forgiveness.

Please forgive my ancestors and me.

Dear anyone who has harmed me in this life and in my previous lives, I offer you my total forgiveness.

Dear Weng Ma Ni Ba Ma Hong,

Please bless me.

I am very grateful. 

Thank you

Visualize rainbow light radiating in all of the souls you have called, as well as in your own soul, heart, mind, and body, from head to toe and skin to bone.

Chant repeatedly, silently or aloud: Weng Ma Ni Ba Ma Hong nonstop for three to five minutes. Chant from the bottom of your heart with sincere apologies for all of the mistakes that you and your ancestors have made to hurt or harm any soul.

After chanting for at least three minutes, close: Hao! Hao! Hao! Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.


Using the mantra : Om Mani Padme Hum

The translation is “I bow to the jewel in the lotus.” Imagine that a beautiful lotus flower opens in your heart, with Kuan Yin at its center, as you recite the mantra. See Kuan Yin as the jewel in the lotus emanating a brilliant light !

Recite or chant Om Mani Padme Hum, slowly at first and then faster and faster. This creates a vibration that intensifies as you chant it.

You can use singing bowls, tuning forks or drums to enhance your experience. Mala beads can also be useful.

Practice this meditation while sitting or walking, in your home or outdoors in nature.

To close return to the silence, sit and breath calmly, slowly in and out for a few minutes.

Try this meditation for 20 minutes.


Phuro! Be inspired!




Phuro! The mantra!

This is a “Phuro Mantra” – “Pinda Kacha Shabda Sacha.” The body is perishable, the Word is eternal.

“Ishvarovacha” – Lord Ishwara (i.e. God) tells you: “PHURO! Be inspired!”

“PHURO! Be inspired!” In the name of the Lord, this is a full mantra; “Thus spake the Lord.” And what is it He is saying? He says: “The Word is eternal; the material body is perishable.” For the sake of the Lord, I have been talking to you hourly. Be inspired !

The fact is “PHURO!” Everything in this world is “PHURO” transient. It has no reality. True reality is to proceed on the path of truth, to keep the company of saintly people, and to render service to men. The fact is “PHURO!”; this world is transient.

“PHURO! Be inspired!” As soon as a man of pure heart hears these sounds, consciousness awakens in him. By these sounds all evil influences are kept away. Evil forces are weakened by them.

“PHURO!” This is an all encompassing mantra. For the sake of Lord Rama – “Phuro!” This is a complete and inspiring mantra !


In the name of Lord Rama, I have told you many times that karma Yoga is supreme and, through it, I will bring the Revolution to the world. I have also told you many times that Karma Yoga is the highest thing. And I have told you many times “PHURO – be inspired!”

This Revolution will be so fierce that it will melt the hearts of men. This Revolution will annihilate the trees and leaves in the world, as the result of nuclear destruction. In the name of Lord Rama, I have taught you this lesson of Karma Yoga many times. Through every means we will try to progress through Karma. All will be done.

The concept of violence should be understood like this: those who are nonviolent should have no part in violence. For the sake of Lord Rama, I want to establish peace in the world. “PHURO!” These inspiring words will bring peace to the world. “PHURO” in itself is a complete mantra.

Concentrate energy, conserve it. Don’t waste anything, use it only when needed

Awake! Arise! Go to the wise and gain knowledge! Realize the Self! Be of firm determination – fully concentrated – achieve your goal!

In Sanskrit ‘man’ means mind and ‘tra’ means ‘to free from’. So mantra is literally a tool to free the mind.

In the name of Lord Rama, everything is present in this world, but the luckless ones – those without Karma – get nothing.
What I am telling you are all “phuro-mantras” – mantras to be inspired by! In the name of Lord Rama, inspiring words are eternal; the physical body will go, it is perishable.

We must go ahead and progress. Don’t lag behind. In whatever condition or position you find yourself, always go forward. Go ahead! Go ahead! Advance with courage!

“PHURO! Be inspired!” In the name of the Lord – Advance!

In the name of Lord Rama, “PHURO! Be inspired!” You all have to go forward. You can only progress through Karma – action. You all have to perform “Sat-Karmas – good, merciful, charitable actions.” “Akarma” (inaction) is the worst thing in this world. If you want to live a true life, you have to be active and hardworking. You can become an emperor of this world by hard work. Victory is yours by hard work.

All you monkeys and bears! Lord Rama conquered Lanka with the help of hardworking monkeys. You monkeys! Only wagging your tails won’t be enough! You will have to do something practical, something useful. Babaji says you must work hard and put things into practice. Teach these things to others, too. First, be inspired yourselves; then inspire others with this message of Karma.

“Ishvarovacha” – Lord Ishwara (i.e. God) tells you: “PHURO! Be inspired!”

Babaji (the teachings of Babaji (







Om Namah Shivaya

 “Love and serve all humanity.
Assist everyone.
Be cheerful. Be courteous.
See God and good in every face.
There is no saint without a past.
There is no sinner without a future.
Praise every soul.
If you cannot praise someone,
let them pass out of your life.
Be original. Be inventive.
Dare, dare, and dare more.
Do not imitate.
Stand on your own ground.
Do not lean on the borrowed staff of others.
Think your own thoughts.
Be yourself.
All perfection and all virtues of God are hidden within you.
Reveal them.
The Savior also is already within you.
Reveal him.
Let his grace emancipate you.
Let your life be that of a rose :
Though silent, it speaks in the language
of fragrance…”
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