This audio features the chanting of the migtsema prayer, a short prayer which praises Lama Tsongkhapa as being Avalokiteshvara, Vajrapani, and Majushri, and having their associated qualities of compassion, power, and wisdom. It is usually recited within the Gelug tradition at the beginning and end of teachings or prayer sessions.
Amoghapasha, is a deity connected to
Avalokiteshvara (Tib. Chenrezig), the Buddha of Compassion. There are unbelievable
benefits in just seeing his image and reciting his mantra. (can link to the image here) Recalling this Lotus
Pinnacle of Amoghapasha mantra just once has the power to purify even the five
uninterrupted negative karmas. It prevents rebirth in Avici, the heaviest of
Whoever sees, hears, remembers, or
touches this mantra will be purified of all negativities and gain freedom from
rebirth in the lower realms—from the Ksitigarbha Dasacakra Sutra.
The Lotus Pinnacle of Amoghapasha
mantra is also included in the collection of the Five Powerful Mantras for
Liberating Sentient Beings from the Lower Realms, and the Ten Powerful
Mantras for the Time of Death.
Here is an explanation of the meaning of the mantra by Geshe
1 page, 2020 edition.