This recording is the second side of the original cassette recording now unavailable.
Namo bhagavate, Bhaisajyaguru-vaidurya, Prabha-rajaya, Tahhagataya, Arhate, Samyak-sambuddhaya, Tadyatha. Om Bhaisajya Bhaisajya Bhaisajya-samudgate Svaha.
Possible translation: Homage to the Blessed One, The Master of Healing, The King of Lapis Lazuli Radiance, The One Thus-Come, The Worthy One, The Fully and Perfectly Awakened One, thus: ‘Hail! Appear, O Healer, O Healer, O Great Healer, O King of Healing!’
Talk given by Philip at Sufi Ruhaniat Jamiat Khas Retreat November 2011.
The cosmic sound AUM is the origin of all other sounds. It symbolizes Brahman or the essential spiritual reality. AUM is ideally chanted in three parts with equal time given to each part. A – U – M. The three parts contain the whole range of the sounds that can be produced by the human vocal system. There is much written about the meaning of Om and its wider symbolism. For me the real meaning of any sacred sound or mantra is how it resonates within my own being – the meaning is experienced beyond words rather than through words.