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Heruka Vajrasattva Mantra

OM VAJRA HERUKA SAMAYA MANUPALAYA / HERUKA


TVENOPATISHTHA / DRIDHO ME BHAVA / SUTOSHYO ME
BHAVA / SUPOSHYO ME BHAVA / ANURAKTO ME BHAVA /
SARVA SIDDHIM ME PRAYACCHA / SARVA KARMA SU
CHAME / CHITTAM SHRIYAM KURU HUM / HA HA HA HA HO /
BHAGAVAN / VAJRA HERUKA MAME MUNCHA / HERUKA
BHAVA / MAHA SAMAYA SATTVA AH HUM PHAT
Common Pronunciation
OM BENZA HEY RUKA SA MAYA MANUPALAYA / HEY RUKA
DEYNO PATEETA / DEEDO MEY BAWA / SUTOKAYO MEY
BAWA / SUPOKAYO MEY BAWA / ANURATO MEY BAWA /
SARWA SIDDI MEY PRAYATSA / SARWA KARMA SUTSAMEY /
TSEETAM SHRIYAM KU RU HUNG / HA HA HA HA HO /
BAGAWAN / BENZA HEY RUKA MA MEY MUNTSA / HEY RUKA
BAWA / MAHA SAMAYA SATTVA AH HUNG PAY
Summary of the Meaning of the Mantra
O great being, whose holy mind is in the indestructible nature of all the buddhas, having
destroyed every obscuration, attained all realizations, and passed beyond all suffering. You who
have attained the realization of things just as they are, do not forsake me. Please bring me
closer to your vajra holy mind and grant me the ability to realize the ultimate nature of
phenomena. Please help me to realize great bliss. Lead me to your state and grant me all
powerful attainments. Please bestow upon me all virtuous actions and glorious qualities. At the
end of your mantra recitation, recite the Vajrasattva mantra once more and ring the bell, while
meditating on emptiness. Think: Even though everything appears inherently existent to us, no
phenomenon has inherent existence. Every phenomenon is totally empty. In emptiness, there is
no I, no creator of negative karma; there is no action of creating negative karma; there is no
negative karma created. The bell itself signifies the wisdom of emptiness.
Colophon: Principally based on that found in Becoming Vajrasattva, by Lama Thubten Yeshe,
edited by Nicholas Ribush, Wisdom Publications, 1995. Prepared in January 1999 by Ven.
Constance Miller, FPMT Education Department. Revised and reformatted with FPMT phonetics
by Kendall Magnussen, FPMT Education Services, May 2003.

Solitary Vajrasattva Mantra


OM VAJRASATTVA SAMAYA MANUPALAYA / VAJRASATTVA
TVENOPATISHTHA / DRIDHO ME BHAVA / SUTOSHYO ME
BHAVA / SUPOSHYO ME BHAVA / ANURAKTO ME BHAVA /
SARVA SIDDHIM ME PRAYACCHA / SARVA KARMA SU
CHAME / CHITTAM SHRIYAM KURU HUM / HA HA HA HA HO /
BHAGAVAN SARVA TATHAGATA / VAJRA MAME MUNCHA /
VAJRA BHAVA MAHA SAMAYA SATTVA AH HUM PHAT
Summary Meaning of the Mantra
You, Vajrasattva, have generated the holy mind (bodhichitta) according to your pledge
(samaya). Your holy mind is enriched with the simultaneous holy actions of releasing
transmigratory beings from samsara (the circling, suffering aggregates). Whatever happens in
my life happiness or suffering, good or bad with a pleased, holy mind, never give up but
please guide me. Please stabilize all happiness, including the happiness of the upper realms,
actualize all actions and sublime and common realizations, and please make the glory of the
five wisdoms abide in my heart.
Colophon: This teaching was given by Lama Zopa Rinpoche during the Vajrasatt va retreat, Land
of Medicine Buddha, Soquel, California, USA, 1999, and revised in New York, November 1999.
Edited by Nicholas Ribush, 2001. Lightly revised for inclusion in Essential Buddhist Prayers, Vol. 2
by Venerable Constance Miller, FPMT Education Department, 2001.