”Please give me a man of truth who embodies the perfect masculine principles.”
This love mantra is used by women who want to be prepared and attract the ideal man to partner with in the amazing journey of life.
Chanting this mantra at the same time every day, particularly before sunrise or after sunset, adds power and energy to the mantra, but don’t be too hard on yourself.
Initially, it’s best to focus on sticking it out for 40 days, without being too rigid on the times. Chanting of a Sanskrit mantra is called japa and a japa mala is a string of beads used to count the chanting of a mantra. Once you’re comfortable with the discipline, you can add elements (like specific mudras – hands gestures) that allow the mantra to better serve.
For thousands of years, yogis have stressed the value of reciting a healing mantra. Modern neuroscience is now beginning to discover the relationship between the way words are used and the impact on the functioning of the mind.
According to Ashley-Farrand, the word “mantra” comes from two Sanskrit words: “Manas,” which means mind and “trai,” which signifies “to free from.” Hence, mantra, in the literal sense, translates as “to free from the mind.” Mantras are potent healing vibration tools that can free your mind.
Furthermore, Sanskrit mantras can also be powerful healing tools, according to the Shapiros and Ashley-Farrand. Mantras act upon our physical and energetical bodies by reprogramming the vibrations of the cells that have somehow gone askew. They restore the pattern of sounds at the heart of each and every cell, thus pushing the cells toward harmonious health.
Mantras energize prana, a form of universal life energy that can be transferred from individual to individual. Healers often use the transfer of prana to heal mental or physical conditions.