Svaha is a Sanskrit lexical term used in Hinduism and Buddhism as a denouement at the end of a mantra. This is particularly important in Mantra yoga. There are various translations of svaha, but the simplest is that it means “well said” or in the Tibetan language translation, “so be it.” The term may derive from the root words, su , meaning “well,” and ah , meaning “to call.”

Alternative interpretations of the term and its connotations are that it could mean “all hail.” More broadly, svaha is considered a term of blessing, and may be regarded as an exclamation of joy, ecstasy or an expression of complete emotional release.

Although svaha is not a seed-syllable term because it has two syllables, in Buddhist mantras, it functions in the same way as a seed syllable mantra would. Svaha first appears in the Buddhist texts of the Dharanis, which were incorporated into the Mahayana Buddhist sutras, such as the "White Lotus" and the "Golden Light."

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Svaha is a Sanskrit lexical term used in Hinduism and Buddhism as a denouement at the end of a mantra. This is particularly important in Mantra yoga. There are various translations of svaha, but the simplest is that it means “well said” or in the Tibetan language translation, “so be it.” The term may derive from the root words, su , meaning “well,” and ah , meaning “to call.”

Alternative interpretations of the term and its connotations are that it could mean “all hail.” More broadly, svaha is considered a term of blessing, and may be regarded as an exclamation of joy, ecstasy or an expression of complete emotional release.

Although svaha is not a seed-syllable term because it has two syllables, in Buddhist mantras, it functions in the same way as a seed syllable mantra would. Svaha first appears in the Buddhist texts of the Dharanis, which were incorporated into the Mahayana Buddhist sutras, such as the "White Lotus" and the "Golden Light."

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No eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, mind ; No forms, sounds, smells, tastes, touchables or objects of mind ; No sight-organ element, and so forth, until we come to :

No mind-consciousness element ; There is no ignorance, no extinction of ignorance, and so forth, until we come to : There is no decay and death, no extinction of decay and death. There is no suffering, no origination, no stopping, no path.

it is because of his non-attainmentness that a Bodhisattva, through having relied on the Perfection of Wisdom, dwells without thought-coverings. In the absence of thought-coverings he has not been made to tremble,

Svaha is a Sanskrit lexical term used in Hinduism and Buddhism as a denouement at the end of a mantra. This is particularly important in Mantra yoga. There are various translations of svaha, but the simplest is that it means “well said” or in the Tibetan language translation, “so be it.” The term may derive from the root words, su , meaning “well,” and ah , meaning “to call.”

Alternative interpretations of the term and its connotations are that it could mean “all hail.” More broadly, svaha is considered a term of blessing, and may be regarded as an exclamation of joy, ecstasy or an expression of complete emotional release.

Although svaha is not a seed-syllable term because it has two syllables, in Buddhist mantras, it functions in the same way as a seed syllable mantra would. Svaha first appears in the Buddhist texts of the Dharanis, which were incorporated into the Mahayana Buddhist sutras, such as the "White Lotus" and the "Golden Light."

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