For om mani padme hum

Saying what one once knew (4) (19 years)

Ma Ni
Remembering what one once knew (3) (55-81)

Pad Me
What one forgot (2) (28-54)

What one once knew (1) (1-27)

Om shanti bless.

One might imagine superconsciousness environment manifested and enriched of course for a spirit type and of course during this time of maybe for example 2000 (maybe 1999 for -1 part of one using a mana accumulating present thing) to 2027. Sometimes be strong and manifest and enrich your own will and like an inner will for example during a time you’d be very good to be more conservative. Be strong enough to stop even basic telepathic (natural organic telepathy of the body ability of the self) (best you can do for yourself) and keep things out in your samadhi while poojas and other hobbies can be good while always practicing core philosophy. Be strong enough to be the one that can do the telepathic listening so your full skill set is there to deal with a possible problem to stop it when things are unreasonable more and more if they are more and more through time and space. Also live in integrity authenticity responsibility enrichment. Grow your aura and you speak about and by that emotion develops intelligence and pain is anti universe as the universe is with you for example. So mind is in the same reality as the body. M is e is c. Mind is soul/spirit. Strengthen mind and body into working illumination and manifest what things are designed to be as and within while omshantiblessing nature (all) and enrich while that is making what the manifestation set up to create so enrich by growing, for example your organs.

Key of success. Don’t forget to be precise of what your accurate about but still be accurate about what your precise about so with accurate in the middle you’ll still be accurate!

"Om mani padme hum" is a beautiful and powerful mantra from Tibetan Buddhism, often translated as "The Jewel is in the Lotus." It's a sacred invocation that carries deep spiritual significance, promoting compassion, wisdom, and enlightenment.

Chanting this mantra can be a meditative and calming experience, helping to center your mind and connect with your inner self.

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Whether you're seeking inner peace, a sense of oneness, or simply a moment of tranquility, "Om mani padme hum" can be a wonderful tool to explore.

Remember to approach it with an open heart and an attitude of reverence, and you may find it brings a sense of harmony and balance to your life.