Wrathful Guru Mantra Visualization

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Mipham Rinpoche

Wrathful Guru riding a wild boar

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༄༅། །སྔགས་བཟླ་དུས་ཀྱི་ཏིང་འཛིན་ནི།

Wrathful Guru Mantra Visualization

by Mipham Rinpoche


The meditation for the mantra repetition is as follows:

རང་ཉིད་སྐད་གཅིག་དྲན་རྫོགས་སུ། །

rangnyi ké chik dren dzok su

In an instant of perfect recollection,

གུ་རུ་དྲག་པོ་མཐིང་ནག་སྐུ། །

guru drakpo tingnak ku

I arise as the Wrathful Guru, blue-black in colour,

གཡས་པས་རྡོ་རྗེ་གཡོན་ཐོད་ཁྲག །

yepé dorjé yön tötrak

I brandish a vajra in my right hand and hold a skull-cup filled with blood in my left.

ཆིབས་སུ་ཕག་རྒོད་ཁམ་ནག་ཆིབས། །

chib su pak gö kham nak chib

I stand on the back of a dark brown wild boar,

ཞལ་ནས་དྲག་སྔགས་མེ་སྟག་འཕྲོ། །

zhal né drakngak metak tro

From whose mouth the fiery sparks of wrathful mantras blaze forth.

རང་སྤྲུལ་ཕག་རྒོད་དཔག་མེད་འཕྲོས། །

rang trul pak gö pakmé trö

I emanate inconceivable numbers of wild boar

ནད་གདོན་ཧུར་ཐུམ་ཟོས་པར་བསམ། །

nedön hurtum zöpar sam

Who devour all illness and spirit harm.

དྲག་སྔགས་མེ་འོད་མགར་གྱི་ནི། །

drakngak mé ö gar gyi ni

The blazing fire of their roaring wrathful mantras shoots like sparks,

ཚ་ཚ་ལྟར་འཕྲོས་ནད་གདོན་བསྲེག །

tsatsa tar trö nedön sek

Incinerating all illness and demons.

མ་ཡེངས་དམིགས་ལ་སྔགས་བཟླའོ། །

Maintain the visualization without distraction and repeat the mantra.


The mantra is as follows:

ཨོཾ་བྷེ་ཧུ་ན་ཁེ༔ ཙ་ན་དུ་ཧེ་ཧུ༔ བྷི་ཤ་མ་ཧི་ར་ཧོྃ༔ ཏྲི་ན་དུ་ཁེ༔ བྷེ་ཤེ་ན་ཏ༔ བྷི་ན་ཡ་སྭཱ་ཧཱ༔

om bhehu nakhe | tsana duhehu | bhishama hira hong | trinadukhe | bheshena ta | bhinaya soha



Extracted from Profound Fierce Mantras to Subdue All Infectious Disease.


| Translated by Sean Price, 2020.

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