Moola Mantra by Deva Premal: Lyrics, Meaning & Benefits



Moola mantras are uplifting mantras which contain the primordial essence of the mantras pertained to a precise Hindu Goddess or God.

The Sanskrit word moola itself denotes base or root. It is profoundly beneficial to perform mantra sadhana on such mantras.



Regular and daily chanting of the moola mantras, at least 108 repetitions per day, of your favorite Goddess/God, can help you to appease them and to have a mental relation with the deity.

Moola mantra lyrics in Sanskrit:

Om

Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma,



Purushothama Paramatma,

Sri Bhagavathi Sametha,

Sri Bhagavathe Namaha.

Translation in English:

We are calling on the supreme power, the Creator of the universe,



The Creator of all creation who comes into my heart and becomes my inner voice whenever I ask,

The Divine Mother, combined with,

The Divine Father, I ask for advice at all times.

Moola mantra meaning:

Om this syllable is one of the most significant spiritual symbols. It refers to Atman (self within) and Brahman (supreme spirit).

Sat this syllable means „the all penetrating existence that is shapeless, formless, omnipresent and with no attributes”.



Chit this syllable means the pure consciousness aspect of the universe that is the infinite, eternal, omnipresent manifesting power of the universe.

Ananda this syllable means „the bliss, happiness, love and friendship nature of the universe.”

Parabrahma this syllable means the Supreme Being in his absolute and omnipresent aspect; one who is beyond time and space.

Purushothama – Purusha this word means „soul” and Uthama „The Supreme”.

Paramatma this word the supreme inner energy, which is immanent in every creature and in all beings, living and non-living.



 

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Sri Bhagavathi this word the Feminine aspect, described as the Supreme Intelligence in Action. It is the Divine Mother Earth aspect of the creation.

Sametha this Sanskrit word literally translates as„together”.

Sri Bhagavathe this word means the Masculine aspect of Creation, unchangeable and permanent.



Namaha is the last word of the mantra and means „sincere prostrations to the universe that is OM and has the aspects of SAT CHIT ANANDA”.

Chanting benefits:

It is recognized that the benefits of this mantra, include the rejuvenation of all cells with healing energy (prana, the essence of life) and blessings for a happy long life. Also, the mantra contains enormous potential power and it has the ability to expand your awareness, increases your wisdom, and raise your level of awareness, thus benefiting all of the living beings.

This healing mantra is a direct link to the Supreme Being, the living God and Creator of this Glorious Universe.

Chant this healing mantra with meaning and a honest intent. Allow the wellspring of love that emanates within you to flow out into the whole creation.