Amitabhaya is a buddha in Mahayana Buddhism who is associated with the concept of boundless light and infinite life. He is often depicted in art and literature as a seated figure, holding a begging bowl and wearing a crown and the garments of a monk.
There are a number of different prayers and mantras associated with Amitabhaya, and the specific prayer or mantra that is used may vary depending on the individual and their tradition. One common prayer to Amitabhaya is the “Amitabha Sutra,” which is a text that describes the virtues and qualities of the buddha and is often recited as a way of expressing devotion and seeking guidance and protection.
Praying to Amitabhaya is often seen as a way of cultivating the virtues and qualities that the buddha embodies, such as boundless light, infinite life, and compassion. It is also believed to be a powerful tool for achieving enlightenment and attaining Buddhahood.