Each mantra has a distinct purpose and meaning, as well as a vibration and healing effect. We vibrate with the frequency of the mantra not only on a spiritual level, but also on the physical, molecular level, by repeating them!
In the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit, a mantra is a sacred utterance, a divine sound or syllable, a word, phoneme, or group of words with spiritual power. It is a sound, word or phrase that transforms consciousness through meaning, tone, rhythm, and physical vibration. We repeat words or phrases, or mantras, to calm the mind and connect with the heart and higher reality.
Mantras also have an effect on the endocrine system, which regulates hormones, and the parasympathetic nervous system, thus slowing the heart rate and promoting self-healing.
Mantras provide protection both FROM and OF the mind. They protect against external negativity so that our minds remain positive, as well as against negativity that already exists in our minds.
The mantra’s vibration cleanses us physically and energetically, awakening many qualities within us, such as peace, courage, love, compassion, and acceptance.
We can achieve a deep meditative state of connection with the Divine by repeating the mantra.
Mantras can be repeated by recitation or chanting. When we use mantras, we change ourselves in all aspects. These changes bring about equanimity, clarity of mind, joy, and contentment, among other things. Little by little, things begin to change and life improves and becomes more positive in every way.
There are many mantras, and before we can actively use them, we must first understand the basic rules, which I am happy to teach you individually or in a workshop as part of the Project Mantra spiritual practise.