Om, Ma Ya Ma Ra Ja, Sa Do Me Ya, Ya Me Do Ru Na Yo Da Ya, Ya Da Yo Ni Ra Ya Kshe Ya, Ya Kshe Ya Ccha Ni Ra Ma Ya, Hum, Hum, Phat, Phat, So Ha
Om = the vibration or sound of the universe which represents divine energy and generosity, and purifies the ego; Ma = represents ethics and purifies jealousy; Ni = represents patience and purifies want or desire; Pad = represents diligence and purifies ignorance and judgment; Me = represents renunciation or concentration and purifies attachment; Hum = the unity of all which represents wisdom and purifies hatred.
Shiva, Shiva, Shiva, Shambho, Maha Deva Shambho. Maha Deva Shambho, Maha Deva Shambho.
Om Namah Shivaya. Jaya, Jaya, Shiva Shambho (Glory again and again to Lord Shiva as the Source of Happiness and Health). Maha Deva Shambho. Shiva, Shiva, Maha Deva Shambho, Maha Deva Shivaya. Jaya, Jaya, Shiva Shambho. Maha Deva Shambho. Shiva, Shiva, Maha Deva Shambho. Jaya, Jaya, Shiva Shambho. Om Namah Shivaya.
Shree means the “most honorable and respected” divine energy that births the universe into existence, as well as the primordial energy of Shakti. Guru is Spiritual teacher and the grace-bestowing power or the flow of grace itself. Gita stands for a song or text in verses (as compared to Kirtan which is call and response), of which the most famous is the Bhagavad Gita. Shree Guru Gita could be interpreted as: A song of love and longing for the Guru, the flow of grace and grace bestowing power, the most honored and respected divine energy that bursts into existence, the primordial energy of Shakti.
Shanti. Peace. When you chant, “Om shanti shanti shanti,” it’s an invocation of peace. In Buddhist and Hindu traditions, you chant shanti three times to represent peace in body, speech, and mind.