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[The following is an instruction from one of my teachers, not from me. I was asked by him to make this message available to as many people as possible. - Mer-Amun]

In Mid December, 1994, a fully Realized being had a very powerful experience while feeling One with the Totality of Being.

Out of this Ocean of Being came tremendous, overwhelming pure Love, and for the benefit of those who are and will suffer from the diseases and plagues of this Age, this Pure Love exploded into the words of a Mantra.

“There will be viruses going around like (the one in) that movie The Stand,’ like that infection that’s eating people’s flesh, cancer, and I felt specifically it was good for AIDS. So I give it (the Mantra) to everyone, and you please give it to everybody whom you know. The more you pass it around the better.”

“There are absolutely no conditions or requirements for the effective use of this Mantra. Just, once you hear it, it’s yours, and do it as much as you can, and give it to as many people as you can. A person of any religion, any caste, any sex, any color can do this. It doesn’t belong to any particular deity, religion, tradition, belief, or practice: only Pure Love. It belongs to everyone, it’s like: what conditions are there to take a breath? You know? You do it. It belongs to everyone. The moment you hear it, it’s yours, no conditions.”

“So it’s good for cancer, AIDS, and all the new plagues. And give it to everybody, especially people who have AIDS, and tell them to dictate it to other people too, so that it spreads.”

WHAT DOES THIS MANTRA MEAN? FROM WHAT DEITY IS IT?

“It (the Mantra) gave itself birth on Thursday, Dec. 22, 1994 at sunset (near Toronto, Canada). Appropriately enough, on the day of the festival of the return of the light, which is the Solstice, celebrated by all ancient traditions.”

“In one sense, it is Everything. In another it is Nothing. It is an expression of the longing for Realization, Wholesomeness, Completeness within all beings and things. In another, it is that very Realization, Wholesomeness, Completeness offering itself to you.”

“It belongs to everyone, it cannot be bought, traded, or bargained for. Nothing can be said about it, nothing should be said about it. Just do it, and let it do its work of healing and transformation. The best way to ‘do it’ is just to listen to it, while surrendering to the Source, or Ground of all Being which is not something primordial, transcendental, or far away, but rather the one who is listening.”

THE MANTRA:

OM SWAMI VIRAM BABABHASSA HUNG PHAT

PRONUNCIATION:

OM Swah-mee vee-ram bah-bah-bhah-sah hoong pay

The “bh” in “bababhassa” is pronounced bh as in Clubhouse.

The “ss” in “bababhassa” is pronounced like the s in snake.

INSTRUCTION:

Repeat aloud or silently in you mind, over and over, as many times as possible and as often as possible. Count repetitions as you do them on a rosary, string of 108 beads, or “mala,” if you wish to do so.

“May it benefit beings.”

One Response to “A Mantra for Cancer, AIDS, Diseases and Plagues”

  • Colleen says:

    Dear Mer-Amun,

    I find myself coming back to read your personal stories about your teacher over and over again. Thank you so much for sharing them. They are so inspirational – a real treasure and comfort for others.

    The other night, the suffering of two sisters woke me and I got up and went into the living room to pray for them. But what to say? The mantra came to mind, and so I carefully and slowly chanted it for some time (having memorized it some time ago). It brought peace and a real feeling that the sisters received help from the power of the words. Thank you for sharing them.

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