Namo tassa bhagavato arahato samma sambuddhasa (3x)
Hommage to the blessed One, the Worthy One, the Perfectly Self-awakened One
Hommage to our founder, the father doctor, Shivago who comes to us through his saintly life. Please bring to us the knowledge of the nature, that this prayer will show us the true medicine in the universe. In the name of this mantra, we respect your help and pray that through our bodies you will bring wellness and health to the body of our client.
Piyo-tewa manussanang Piyo-proma namutammo/Piyo-naga supananang/Pininsiyang nama mihang Namo Buddhaya Navon-navian/Nasatit-nasatian Ehi-mama Navian-nave Napai-tang-vian/Navian-mahaku Ehi-mama Piyong-mama Namo-puttaya (1x)
The god of healing dwells in the heavens high while mankind stays in the world below. In the name of the founder, may the heavens be reflected in the earth below so this healing medicine may encircle the world.
Na-a Nava Roga Payati Vinasanti (3x)
We pray for the one we touch, that they will be happy and illness will be released from them.
Translation: Leo Rhee
I’ve often wondered if there is a link to the Hindu mantra “Om Namah Shivaya” (it does sounds so similar to “Om Namo Shivago”) – but if there was a link to the god Shiva: Supreme Being, creator, preserver, destroyer, revealer and concealer of all that is; history does not relate…. and, Dr Jivaka is a very practical focal point to direct our devotion, service and emulation: a compassionate, blessed being with great healing powers.
Video uploaded by Kei from the Shivago Thai School in Edinburgh