Mantra Mandala Thangka is an ancient Tibetan Buddhist visual artwork, expressing mantras composed in Sanskrit or Tibetan symbols in a balanced, geometric mandala. At the focal point of a Thangka lie the mandala - a geometrical and symmetrical illustration symbolizing a divine abode or heavenly kingdom.
The Mantra "Om Mani Padme Hum" is written in the middle of the Mantra Mandala Thangka .This mantra symbolizes the following meaning :
- Om is a sacred syllable that symbolizes the ultimate reality and is often chanted at the beginning of mantras to invoke divine energies and establish a connection with the divine .
- Mani symbolizes the jewel of compassion and is believed to invoke and cultivate compassion within oneself.
- Padme symbolizes wisdom and purity and is associated with the transformation of impurities into wisdom and the unfolding of enlightenment.
- Hum is associated with the transformation of negative emotions and the dissolution of ego-based attachments.
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