The benefits of Sanskrit mantras for healing.
Traditionally, in India, the method of conveying awakening consciousness is particularly through mantra. In the mystical yogic tradition, there is less emphasis in spiritual teachings through sacred text or even oral teachings and much of the wisdom and knowledge is transmitted through the mantra energy that awakens the inner knowledge and wisdom.
The word „mantra” is Sanskrit and it signifies sacred word or sacred syllable. Across the literature, Sanskrit mantras are described as healing vibrational formulas that are chanted silently within, spoken, or sung outwardly. They make a precise sound, a healing frequency that conveys a directive into our sub-consciousness.
Each sacred mantra holds a specific dimension of reality. For instance, when we recite a mantra for the goddess of abundance, we will see that we reflect abundance in our realities.
Understand the power of chanting of mantras to be tapping into the realities we desire. When there is a deep fear and we chant a specific mantra, we are creating an energy field to defend ourselves.
The more we trust the capacities of the mantra and chant the mantra from our heart in its intent, the better the mantra works to create the specific reality that we seek.
The sacred chanting of Sanskrit mantras provides us with the power to attain our objectives and lift ourselves from the ordinary to the higher level of consciousness. These powerful sounds give us the power to cure diseases, acquire supernatural powers, ward off evils, gain wealth, worship a deity for exalted communion and for attaining a higher state of consciousness and liberation.
6 Sanskrit mantras for healing you can use in your daily practice:
Tumi Bhaja re Mana is a pacifying mantra of great devotion and beauty. Reciting the names of God with sincere devotion can be done inwardly or outwardly, with words or without, leading the heart to open to the Divine.
Om Gum Ganpataye Namaha, this healing mantra is said to destroy karma’s that obstruct any task from getting accomplished. In addition, this potent mantra is very fruitful for those who are addicted to drinking alcohol.
Whenever things don’t seem to be moving forward or there is no progress in spite of best effort simply recite Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha and bust all the obstructions in your path.
„Ha” is the sound of the breath on our exhalations and „sa” is the sound of the inhalations. Some spiritual traditions reverse. This soothing mantra is also called the „ajapa mantra.”
The Ajapa mantra takes advantage of the natural sound of the exhale and inhale, and helps the practitioner cultivate a vibration that connects you to your heart.
The vibration produced by the sound of Om is said to correlate with the primordial vibration that first arose at the time of creation. This pacifying mantra is believed to have high spiritual and creative power but despite this, it is a bija mantra that can be chanted by anyone. Additionally, this auspicious mantra has been used for deep meditation (samadhi) throughout the ages.
With daily chanting, this Hindu mantra will destroy all forms of scarcity from your consciousness, and boost your merits, or positive karma, helping to transform every aspect of your life.
The Gayatri mantra is from the Rig Veda, which has existed in written form for at least 2500 to 3500 years. Gayatri is a name for the Divine Mother, she who defends her children and leads them toward self-realization.
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