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This is probably delving fairly deep into the esoteric realms here, but I was wondering if anybody has any knowledge about this Sanskrit saying?
I've heard of it being used as a protection mantra/spell or purifying Mantra, but I can't seem to find any info about it. The place I found it initially used it in a ceremony to feed hungry ghosts with some rice and water.
If somebody /anybody knows anything please drop in and share!
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