Monthly Archives: September 2011

The Gaebyeokju Mantra

Great Renewal MantraThe Gaebyeokju Mantra invokes commanding spirits and warrior spirits of heaven and earth for power and protection at the time of gaebyeok.Cheon-sang-ok-gyeong-cheon-jon-sin-jangCheon-sang-ok-gyeong-tae-eul-sin-jangSang-ha-byeon-guk-nwoe-seong-byeong-nyeok-jang-gunBaeng-ma-won-su-dae-jang-gunNwoe-seong-byeo-rak-jang-gunAk-gwi-jap-gwi-geum-nan-jang-gunSam-su-sam-gye-do-won-suJi-sin-byeong-nyeok-dae-jang-gunCheon-ji-jowa-pung-un-sin-jangTa-geuk-du-pa-pal-mun-sin-jangYuk-jeong-yuk-gap-dun-gap-sin-jangSam-tae-chil-seong-je-dae-sim-jang I-sip-pal-su-je-wi-sin-jangGam-a-mi-seong     Jo-a-dae-ryeok       Yeok-bal-sanOh-bong        Gu-cheon-sang-se-gunChik-sok-chik-sok    Eom-eom-geup-geup    Yeo-yul-ryeong

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The Jinbeopju Mantra

True Dharma MantraThe Jinbeopju Mantra invokes spirits throughout the nine heavens, including monarch, messenger, guardian, and ancestral spirits, all of which are directly related with human affairs. Spirits are called upon to fulfill wishes and reveal hidden insights.Gu-cheon-ha-gam-ji-wiJeung-san-sang-je-ha-gam-ji-wiJung-jong-jo-ha-gam-ji-wiMyeong-bu-si-wang-eung-gam-ji-wiO-ak-san-wang-eung-gam-ji-wiSa-hae-yong-wang-eung-gam-ji-wiSa-si-to-wang-eung-gam-ji-wiJik-seon-jo-ha-gam-ji-wiWoe-seon-jo-eung-gam-ji-wiCheo-seon-jo-eung-gam-ji-wiCheo-woe-seon-jo-eung-gam-ji-wiChil-seong-sa-ja-nae-dae-ji-wiJwa-cheuk-sa-ja-nae-dae-ji-wiU-cheuk-sa-ja-nae-dae-ji-wiMyeong-bu-sa-ja-nae-dae-ji-wiCheon-jang-gil-bang-ha-sa      I-sa-jin-in-ha-si-niMul-bi-so-si-ha-si-goSo-won-seong-chwui-ke-ha-op-so-seo

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The Chilseonggyeong Mantra

Seven Stars MantraThe Chilseonggyeong Mantra calls forth the presiding astral monarchs of the Big Dipper, entreating them to bestow us with the great qi of the universe and bless us with health and eternal life.Chil-seong-yeo-rae      Dae-je-gunBuk-du-gu-jin      Jung-cheon-dae-sinSang-jo-geum-gwol        … Continue reading

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The Gaengsaengju Mantra

Rebirth MantraThe Gaengsaengju Mantra calls for the rebirth of the three realms, heaven, earth, humanity, and enlightens us to the principle by which people reach the state of human nobility.Cheon-gaeng-saeng    Ji-gaeng-saeng     In-gaeng-saengGaeng-saeng     Gaeng-saeng     Gaeng-saengCheon-in-cheon-ji-cheon-cheonJi-in-ji-ji-ji-cheonIn-in-in-ji-in-cheon

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The Jeolhuju Mantra

Twenty-four Seasons MantraThe Jeolhuju Mantra allows the practitioner to reach maturity by knowing the seasons and harmonizing with the natural cycle of the universe: birth, growth, harvest and restDong-ji         So-han         Dae-han       Ip-chunU-su          Gyeong-chip        Chun-bun        … Continue reading

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The Unjangju Mantra

The Unjangju Mantra invokes General Guan Yu (Gwan Unjang), leader of all warrior spirits in heaven and earth, and calls forth the great generals of the eight directions. It endows us with strength and courage, and provides protection from harmful … Continue reading

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The Jinaekju(Oju) Mantra

Five Mantra or Essence MantraThe Jinaekju(Oju) Mantra is a compilation of five mantras that allows us to receive auspicious qi from the universe, the nectar of heaven and earth. With grace it brings us to a state of all-knowing.Sin-cheon-ji     … Continue reading

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The Taeeulju Mantra

The Taeeulju Mantra calls out to the original ancestor (womb, origin) of all beings in heaven and earth to become one with the great sea of life in the universe. It enlightens us to the realm of spirits and heals disease. … Continue reading

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Resolution of Bitterness and Grief

A core precept of Jeung San Do. A central goal of Sangjenim’s spiritual work—Cheonjigongsa—was the resolution of the bitterness and grief of all spirits and humans that had accumulated throughout the Early Heaven, to facilitate a world of harmony in … Continue reading

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Requital of Benevolence

A core precept of Jeung San Do. It maintains that life is created, sustained, and advanced through countless interactions within nature. In this process, benevolence, which is inherent in all relationships, is given and received. On a grand scale, heaven … Continue reading

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