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High-Vibe Mantras For Chakras

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High-vibe mantras for chakras are a very powerful tool for activating and balancing your chakras and guiding the energy flow of your body in the right direction. But for the “mantras for chakras” to work, we need to know how to chant them properly. In this article, I want to share with you which bija mantras you can use for your chakras activation, how to chant them properly and, as a bonus, a Breath of Fire technique which you can use for completing your mantra practice.

Bija Mantras For Chakras

A bija mantra or “seed mantra” is a mantra that consists of one or more sounds or syllables. Some masters say that bija mantras are much stronger than other mantras because they carry the strongest energy, the concentrated power of the Creator. Therefore, to strengthen the power of other mantras, we often add the bija syllables.

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When we practice bija mantras for chakras we create vibration processes in the ether, which, in turn, control the sources of energy within our chakras.

Keep in mind that any mantra practice should be consistent in order for it to work. Thus don’t expect an immediate result.

How to Practice Mantras for Chakras?

At the very beginning, you need to calm down internally, establish control over your own consciousness and relax your body as much as possible.

You should start with the mantra OM. It is necessary to relax the entire body and evenly distribute vibrations throughout the body – from head to toe.

Then you can start chanting bija mantras for each chakra.

MULADHARA (ROOT) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Muladhara chakra is “LAM”.

When chanting the mantra try not to let the energy go down to the Ground. When you’re pronouncing “MMM” at the end of the mantra (LAMMM) — feel the vibration in the crown of your head.

SVADHISTHANA (SACRAL) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Svadhisthana is “VAM”.

When chanting this mantra, concentrate on the second chakra.

MANIPURA (SOLAR PLEXUS) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Manipura is “RAM”.

When chanting this mantra, focus your attention on your navel area.

ANAHATA (HEART) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Anahata is “YAM”.

When you are chanting this mantra, your tongue should be in “limbo position” inside your mouth, and your attention should be focused on your heart.

VISHUDDHA (THROAT) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Vushuddha is “HAM”.

When chanting this mantra keep your lips oval as if squeezing air from the larynx while concentrating on the cavity in the lower throat.

AJNA (THIRD EYE) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Ajna is “OM”.

When chanting Ajna mantra focus on the center of the forehead between the eyebrows.

SAHASRARA (CROWN) CHAKRA

Bija mantra for Sahasrara is “AH”.

When chanting this mantra your concentration should be on the top of your head.

Affirmations For Chakras

It’s also good to use special affirmations for activating and balancing your chakras. You can even combine your chakra affirmations with meditation practices or reiki healing sessions. Here are some effective chakra affirmations that I like to use.

Muladhara Chakra Affirmations

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  • I free myself from fear, nervousness, anger, greed, and arrogance.
  • I am a good and generous person!
  • I’m strong and brave.
  • I love the way I look.
  • I believe in myself, in my abilities and possibilities.

Svadhisthana Chakra Affirmations

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  • I release myself from excessive sentimentality, weeping, jealousy, resentment, irritability, devastation, and bindings.
  • Self-respect is my priority!
  • I freely express myself through creativity.
  • I’m in harmony with myself and the whole world.
  • I love my body and feel attractive!

Manipura Chakra Affirmations

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  • I release myself from fear, anxiety, condemnation, criticism, indecision, shyness, desire to control everything, aggressiveness.
  • I’m strong morally, I am strong physically, I am strong energetically.
  • I absolutely believe in myself and my abilities.
  • Financial well-being and success always accompany me!
  • I reach all my goals easily and confidently!
  • I am an optimist!

Anahata Chakra Affirmations

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Vishuddha Chakra Affirmations

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  • I release myself from any difficulties in self-expression.
  • I express my thoughts clearly.
  • I release myself from timidity and isolation.
  • I always express myself freely and easily.
  • It is easy for me to communicate with people.
  • I am an attentive conversationist.

Ajna Chakra Affirmations

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  • I release myself from the need to assert myself at the expense of others.
  • I trust myself and my intuition.
  • I refuse to be guided purely by logic.
  • I have a well-developed intuition and high intelligence.
  • I am a wise person, I have well-developed philosophical thinking.

Sahasrara Chakra Affirmations

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  • I’m free from depression and fatigue.
  • I trust the Universe and boldly go forward.
  • I’m free from fear.
  • There is the presence of God everywhere.
  • I feel unity with other people and the world.
  • I realize my own uniqueness and recognize my own Divinity.

After completing balancing your chakras with mantras and positive affirmations, it is necessary to relax all the muscles of your body as much as possible. This can be done with the help of a special energy exercise “Breath of Fire”.

“Breath of Fire” Exercise

In Kundalini yoga we have a special breathing exercise called “Breath of Fire”. This exercise helps to free your mind and body from blocks and fears.

The essence of this bioenergetic technique lies in the frequent shallow breathing through the nose. It’s like you’re trying hard to identify the smell by sniffing it out.

This exercise requires rapid, rhythmic breathing. Frequency is 2-3 inhalation-exhalation per second. Beginners should start with 1 breath per second.

During exercise, the diaphragm should be in a relaxed state and the stomach should breathe. Due to inexperience, beginners strain the diaphragm during the execution of the technique and as a result, there is shortness of breath.

Another important point is the equal time of inhalation and exhalation. If one is longer than the other, there will be a mismatch of air consumption, which leads to dizziness. The optimal duration of this breathing exercise is 5-10 minutes (and 1-2 minutes for beginners).

Thanks to the relaxed diaphragm, “Breath of Fire” exercise effectively releases blocks and relieves tension in those areas of the body where they are concentrated.

Unbelievable but true — one minute of “Breath of Fire” exercise is equivalent to an hour of normal breathing.

By removing the blocks, the vital energy will be able to penetrate you freely. Irritability and nervousness will leave you. “Breath of Fire” will help you not only get rid of internal cramps but also help you gain many other positive effects.

In addition, this exercise activates the functionality of the pituitary gland, has beneficial effects on oxidation and cleansing the blood, strengthens the natural protective function and accelerates the flow of energy throughout the body.

Anytime you feel tired and the body is about to burst from tension, spend just a few minutes on “Breath of Fire” exercise and you will instantly return yourself to the harmony of the soul and the cheerfulness of the spirit.

Katya Ki is the Founder of SOLANCHA Magazine, a Metaphysical Expert, a Reiki Master, and Human Rights Attorney. She has been studying Eastern metaphysics, cosmology, and esotericism for almost 20 years now. And she's still discovering new knowledge, which is hidden in ancient teachings. During her pilgrimage to the monastery of Saint Catherine in Egypt, she discovered the SOLANCHA System. This is how the SOLANCHA journey started!

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Here Is the Most Powerful Protection Mantra For Emergency Help

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We live in an unprecedented time when it’s hard to feel safe and protected. What seemed to be solid and stable yesterday, feels unsafe and fragile today. The world economy, health systems, and even jobs and schools don’t provide us with a sense of security anymore. Along with that traditional beliefs and old systems are so shaky that it seems like that they can collapse anytime. This is all a big lesson that’s teaching us how to look beyond the material and see the spiritual support and guidance despite the chaos. It is only when we reconnect with the Divine within us can we make sense of what’s really happening in the world. Therefore, in this article, we want to share with you a very powerful protection mantra for emergency help that will assist you on your spiritual journey and create a sense of spiritual safety and stability during the turbulent times we live in.

Sacred chants in Sanskrit can make miracles for those who consistently practice them because they are a powerful appeal to Divine energy. And one of the most powerful keys to this is the mantra Om Mahadevaya Namaha, an appeal to the Absolute.

How Does Protection Mantra Work?

The protection mantra is a powerful tool you can use in difficult and dangerous situations when you feel hopeless. The sacred sounds of the mantra are endowed with a special power that gives you energy and strength to protect yourself from negative energy, evil eye, people with bad intentions and even save your life in a dangerous situation.

The protection mantra has the power to change the negative vibration of the situation by neutralizing them. By pronouncing the sacred sounds of protection mantra you’re expressing your trust in the Universe and Highest Powers to solve your problem in the most harmonious way.

Shiva Protection Mantra

Now let’s take a look at what Om Mahadevaya Namaha means.

The literal translation of the mantra is:

OM” — the original sound of the cosmic vibration, the root cause of everything that exists. Being a Maha-bija mantra (“maha” – great,” bija “– seed), it repeatedly enhances the energy and effect of mantras.

MAHA” — translates as “Great”.

DEVA” — translates as “God/Lord”.

NAMAHA” — can be translated as ‘I respectfully bow/greet/humbly trust/worship/thank you’.

Who Is Mahadev?

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Mahadev is one of the principal deities of Hinduism, also known as Shiva.

Lord Shiva is revered and glorified all over the world, his image occupies an honorable place in many philosophical and religious movements around the world. According to the authoritative Indian researcher R.N. Dandekar, Shaivism (recognition of Shiva as the Supreme Deity) is the oldest of the currently existing religions of the civilized world. A number of researchers believe that yoga was precisely the pre-Aryan heritage associated with the cult of Shiva.

Shiva represents the cosmic consciousness, the static masculine principle of the Universe (Purusha). He is in union with Shakti (Prakriti), which symbolizes the dynamic material beginning of the Universe and embodies its creative energy.

Shiva is the key deity in the philosophy of Hinduism, where he is recognized as part of the supreme Divine triad — Trimurti. According to classical Hindu philosophy, our universe exists due to three Divine aspects: Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva. Brahma is perceived as the creator of the universe, Vishnu is the deity responsible for maintaining life, and Shiva is revered as its destroyer.

Mahadev manifests himself in the most difficult situations, supports life, protects the Dharma, brings order to the universe, destroys illusions, and gets rid of obscurations. Shiva is the Supreme God, and both the Gods (Devas) and the Asuras worship him equally.

His mind is calm and unshakable, like Mount Kailash, his heart is filled with the greatest compassion. Lord Shiva himself, unlike other Deities, constantly performs his sadhana, staying in deep meditation, and also helps spiritual seekers on their spiritual path. His protection makes a person almost invulnerable.

How to Practice Protection Mantra?

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First of all, you need a quiet atmosphere so that no one distracts you from chanting.

The second important condition is the inner attitude and firm belief in the power of the sacred sound.

The third thing to pay attention to is the correct posture. Ideally – the basic yoga asana – Lotus position. However, you can just sit comfortably on the mat. The main thing is to keep your back straight.

First, chant the mantra along with the audio recording. When you learn the proper pronunciation of the Sanskrit words, you can start chanting without audio recording.

When chanting, listen to your own voice and feel how your body reacts to the sound. Count the number of repetitions. It should be 108 times. For your convenience use mala beads with 108 beads.

To enhance the effect of mantra chanting use visualization. For protective purposes, it’s good to imagine an energy shield around you that is reflecting all the negativity. You can also visualize Shiva and His protective shield.

After mantra chanting practice, stay in a meditative state so that the results are fixed. Also, it’s essential to tell gratitude to Shiva for His love and protection.

The Bottom Line

The law of concentration says: “you become what your attention is constantly directed to”. By practicing the protection mantra, a spiritual seeker seeks to achieve unity with Mahadev, cultivating the qualities of a Great Lord in himself. Once you make the protection mantra chanting practice a part of your daily routine, you will face far fewer troubles and danger. The positive vibrations of your aura will not resonate with negative people, toxic environments, and dangerous situations, therefore you will stop facing them.

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How To Connect With Vasudhara: the Goddess Of Abundance & Wealth

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Vasudhara is a goddess of wealth, prosperity, spiritual wealth, and wisdom. She is considered to be one of the 21 Taras, also known as “Golden/Yellow Tara“. This beautiful Goddess brings spiritual and material abundance to anyone who recites her mantra. In this article, I will introduce you to Yellow Tara and share with you her sacred mantra that can help you significantly improve your spiritual and material wellbeing.

Who Is Vasudhara (Yellow Tara/Golden Tara)?

Vasudhara, whose name means “stream of gems” in Sanskrit, is the Buddhist bodhisattva of wealth, prosperity, and abundance. She is also known as Golden Tara or Yellow Tara.

The goddess originated in Indian Buddhism and was later transmitted to Tibet. In India, Vasudhara is compared to Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of wealth, fortune, and abundance. Both goddesses have identical iconography and often appear with their husbands. Lakshmi’s husband is Vishnu, and Vasudhara’s husband is Dzambhala.

Vasudhara’s heart is filled with compassion and loving-kindness toward all beings. She is the embodiment of the boundless generosity which is the first of the six transcendent perfections that are fundamentals for the Bodhisattva path. According to the Buddhist tradition, Vasudhara is able to materialize the wealth for the one who chants her mantra and performs the rituals that invoke the goddess.

The origin of Vasudhara in Buddhism appears in the Buddhist text “The Vasudhara Dharani”. According to a legend “The Inquiry of the Layman Sucandra,” described in the text, an impoverished layman named Sucandra came to the Buddha Shakyamuni and asked if he could give him a way to obtain large amounts of gold, grain, silver, and gems in order to feed his large family and engage in acts of charity with the surplus fortune. Shakyamuni said that the Vasudhara mantra would suit this purpose. He gave Sucandra the Vasudhara mantra and sacred ritual that when followed would result in good fortune and prosperity brought on by Vasudhara herself. Upon commencing the rituals and teaching them to others, Sucandra began to prosper. Noticing his success, the monk Ananda asked Shakyamuni how he had obtained this fortune so quickly. Shakyamuni instructed Ananda to also practice the Vasudhara mantra and the ritual and told him to “impart it to others ‘for the good of many’.

Vasundhara is a bodhisattva-liberator, who gives a person piously acquired wealth. This beautiful goddess also ensures that spiritual wisdom is accompanied by favorable circumstances: high standard of living, longevity, and happiness.

Yellow Tara Symbolism

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Yellow Tara is beautiful and attractive. She is youthful as a sixteen-year-old, and her golden body scintillates with radiant light.

Her skin color is golden-bronze. This color is associated with precious metals and symbolizes nobility and generosity.

The goddess has three beautiful smiling faces. Her right face is red, which represents control. The middle face is golden, which represents increase. And her left face is red, which represents compassion.

The goddess is adorned with the five divine silks and the eight jeweled ornaments.

Usually, Golden Tara is depicted seated on a lotus flower base in the lalitasana, or royal pose, with one foot tucked in towards her and the other hanging off the flower base but resting on a small treasure. She can, however, also be depicted in a standing position.

The number of her arms may differ from image to image. She can have as few as two arms and as many as six. The two-armed representations are more common in Tibetan and Indian art, while six-armed representations are almost exclusive to Nepalese art. Although the six-armed image originates in India, they are rare and only a few examples have been found.

Her first right-hand makes the gesture of generosity, while her other two right hands hold the ‘Three Jewels of the Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha, – symbolizing the necessity of maintaining the commitments of refuge to the three jewels, and a golden rosary, symbolizing continuous practice and self-examination, vital to enlightenment path.

With her three left hands, she holds a small treasure-vase (a symbol of long life and initiation), an ear of grain (a symbol of abundant harvests and earthly benefits), and a sacred text (a symbol of wisdom).

Representations with more arms, such as the six-armed Nepali representation, also depict Golden Tara as a goddess that is holding a full vase and the Book of Wisdom. With her free hands, she performs mudras. The most common mudra in paintings and figurines featuring Vasudhara is the Varadamudra, also known as the charity mudra, which symbolizes the “pouring forth of divine blessings.”

When depicted with two arms and one face, Vasudhara has a golden body (which symbolizes the earth element) and Ratnasambhava in her crown. Sometimes she is depicted with two or three eyes. The three eyes depiction represents perfect awareness, understanding, compassion, wisdom, and insight into the past, present, and future. Her two hands holding a sheaf of corn represent the process of sowing the seeds of enlightenment. A single wish-fulfilling jewel or a bowl of wish-fulfilling jewels represent wealth and wish-fulfillment.

In Tibetan iconography, the goddess is depicted sitting beside her husband Dzambhala or in union with him. In these cases, she holds a stem with grains in her left hand and a rosary in the right.

In her Tantric depiction, the goddess is red in color, with ornaments of bones holding a stem of grains or precious gems in the right hand, and a skull cup with blood in her left hand. Her red form is also depicted in union with Dzambhala, who is in the same color.

Vasudhara Mantra

Vasudhara practice requires dedication and self-discipline. Therefore, before starting the practice make sure you’ll be able to invest your time and energy into it.

Preparation:

Before starting your practice, write down your intention on a piece of paper. Speak from your heart. Start with words: “I dedicate my Vasudhara mantra practice to … (describe what you intend to gain)”

Instructions:
  • On the first day, you should recite the mantra 800 times.
  • Then, every day afterward, recite the mantra 300 times. 100 times in the morning, 100 times in the late afternoon/evening, and the final 100 times before going to bed. Or, you can recite the mantra 300 times all at once at any time of the day.
  • It is advisable to get a Vasudhara statuette or Yellow Tara thangka so that you can recite the mantra in front of it.
  • While reciting the mantra, visualize Golden Tara and how her blessings are coming to you in a form of golden energy.
  • Always express your gratitude to the Goddess before and after practice.
Mantra text:

Om Śri Vasudhara Ratna Nidhana Kashetri Soha

Though it may seem like a lot of work, such dedication will definitely pay off. It is said that devotees of this practice will accumulate seven kinds of prosperity – wealth, quality, offspring, long life, happiness, praise, and wisdom. Vasudhara will bless you with enough resources to be able to engage in spiritual practices without worrying too much about your finances. It also believed that this practice leads to spiritual enlightenment.

Short Vasudhara Mantra

If you don’t have enough time or energy to dedicate to the full Vasudhara mantra practice, you can recite a short version of the Vasudhara mantra. The practice of this mantra increases good luck and well-being, as well as helps to overcome difficulties and achieve progress in many directions.

The text of the mantra:

Om Vasudhare Svaha

Recite this mantra 7, 21, or 108 times.

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Want to Find Your Personal Mantra? Take a Quiz!

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Deeply rooted in various Eastern spiritual traditions, mantras have been used to unlock inner potential and powers within. By concentrating on your personal mantra, your mind stills and you enable your limitless inner power to rise to the surface and materialize whatever you’re lacking in life.

A consistent practice of the mantra will shed the light on the darkness of your subconscious, and let you see clearly what actions should be taken and what thought patterns should be transformed in order to improve your life in whatever way it needs to be improved.

This quiz will help you to find your personal mantra and your own way to practice it.

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Personal Mantra Quiz
Medicine Buddha Mantra

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Your personal mantra is: TAYATA OM BEKHANDZYE BEKHANDZYE MAHA BEKHANDZYE RADZA SAMUDGATE SVAHA Medicine Buddha is a special aspect of Buddha that helps in healing various diseases, protects from physical and mental sickness, and helps to eradicate the three poisons – attachment, hatred, and ignorance – which are the source of all sickness and danger. The Medicine Buddha mantra clears away negative karma that quickly eliminates suffering from diseases and pacifies harmful spirits. Its chanting brings success and fulfillment of all desires. Also, this mantra is very effective for healing mental diseases. Besides that, the Medicine Buddha mantra can help you not only in healing physical ailments but also to overcome the underlying internal painful afflictions, hatred, jealousy, desire, greed, and ignorance. If you want to protect yourself from diseases, visualize Medicine Buddha and chant his mantra 7, 21, or 108 times daily. While chanting the mantra, imagine how the purifying rays of light are streaming from the heart and the Holy body of Medicine Buddha, completely filling your body from head to toe. These rays of light are cleansing you from all diseases and pollution caused by spirits, negative karma, and obscurations. Visualize that your body is becoming light, purified, clean, and transparent like a crystal.
Lakshmi Mantra

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Your personal mantra is: OM HREEM SHREEM LAKSHMI BHYO NAMAHA Lakshmi, often called Shri, is the eldest wife of Vishnu, one of the triad deities in Hinduism. People turn to this Goddess of abundance in an effort to bring happiness, well-being, wealth, luck, and glory to their lives. The four hands of the goddess indicate her ability to give people: righteousness, prosperity, material stability, and spiritual liberation. Chanting Lakshmi mantra gives abundance, prosperity, promotes the disclosure of noble qualities, wisdom, compassion, virtue, increases sattva-guna, helps to develop telepathy and clairvoyance, helps your consciousness to rise to a higher level. Lakshmi mantra practice should be accompanied by good intentions, genuine trust, sincerity, and focus on the energy of prosperity, together with visualization. Chant the mantra 108 times daily, visualizing how Lakshmi is blessing you with abundance, prosperity, and wisdom.
Green Tara Mantra

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Your personal mantra is: OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SVAHA Before reaching Buddha consciousness, Tara was a woman walking on the bodhisattva path. This woman made a vow to continue her journey until she reached Enlightenment in the female body. After reaching the highest Enlightenment, she manifested herself in different female forms. Green Tara is able to bring harmony to your personal life, attract the right partner, improve your relationship, attract love and romance into your life. Green Tara helps everyone who makes a sincere request to her. She is the guardian of the family. Chanting Tara mantra helps to open the heart, attract love, and create a family. Moreover, this beautiful mantra even helps women to get pregnant and have an easy childbirth. Regular practice of Tara mantra also lengthens life and removes all obstacles. By chanting Green Tara mantra we receive her divine blessings, which purify everything that isn’t pure in us. We transform our body, speech, and mind into Tara’s holy body, speech, and mind. Chant Tara mantra 108 times daily for 7 or 21 days. For connecting to Tara's energy, you need to light a green candle. While reciting the mantra, try to concentrate on the candle flame, visualizing that the space around you is filled with emerald green energy. Let the candle burn completely (do not extinguish it!).
Ganesh Mantra

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Your personal mantra is: OM SRI GANESHAYA NAMAHA Ganesh, also known as Ganapati, in the Hindu traditions represents wisdom and prosperity. He is the patron of wealth, prosperity, good luck, and trade. According to the Vedic tradition, Ganesha is the embodiment of the mantra “Om”. The elephant’s head crowning the body of the deity resembles the symbol “Om” in its shape. Its large size symbolizes wisdom. Big ears are called to listen carefully and to separate good from evil, truth from lies. They hear everything, but at the same time, they perceive only good and true. For this reason, Ganesh responds only to those requests that come from the heart of the petitioner. Ganesh mantra helps to attract success, prosperity, and victory. Regular practice of this mantra will give you the knowledge of how to find the key to the heart of every person, develop your intellectual abilities, and become successful. By chanting this mantra you will be able to reach the desired level of success, wealth, and wisdom. Chant Ganesh mantra 108 times daily. While chanting, visualize how Ganesh is removing all the obstacles from your path to success and you're reaching the desired result.
Shiva Mantra

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Your personal mantra is: OM NAMAH SHIVAYA Shiva-Mahayogi was a Great Yogi and the First Guru, who gave the world the benefit of knowing the way of Yoga, Tantra, and Liberation. He is ascetic, detached from the world but influences the material world. Shiva is a model of detachment from worldly cares and liberation of consciousness for spiritual development. Shiva mantra brings changes in all spheres of life, activating the energy of the Universe. Its practice has a beneficial effect on health, it purifies the aura and space around you, and attracts the positive energy of the cosmos. The very process of chanting “OM NAMAH SHIVAYA” calms the mind and stops thoughts and as the mantra of the Liberator and destroyer of illusion (Maya) leads to Samadhi and gives liberation. Unlike other mantras, giving temporary wealth, prosperity, siddhi, love, etc., Shiva Mantra bestows eternal good – Satchitananda (being/truth, knowledge/consciousness, bliss) and liberation. Shiva mantra is one of the most powerful protective mantras that can be read during danger, when you're having a nightmare, or if you are attacked by negative spirits. The destroyer of all false, Shiva cleanses the mind from layers of contradictory aspirations and ideas. Shiva helps us to see our true selves and liberates us from other people’s opinions, false ideas, conditionality, restrictions, etc. He clarifies our true desires, our Dharma, and our purpose. The best time for Shiva mantra practice is 4 a.m. However, if you can’t wake up so early you can practice it at any convenient time. Chant Shiva Mantra 108 times daily. It is preferable to use Rudraksha prayer beads for Shiva Mantra chanting. But if you don’t have this kind of beads you may use any other kind. While you’re chanting the mantra, try to distract yourself from extraneous thoughts. Try to concentrate on internal feelings, to identify yourself with the sound of the mantra.

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Abundance Haircuts is a little-known sutra that reveals the negative consequences of cutting your hair on the bad days and the incredible benefits of cutting it on...

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The Three Gunas: Understanding Nature’s Fundamental Forces

The ancient teachings of yoga say that all matter in the universe arises from a fundamental substrate called Prakriti. From...

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Schumann Resonance: Is Mother Earth’s Heartbeat Affecting Your Wellbeing?

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Edgar Cayce Quotes: 45 Sayings to Support Your Mystic Path

Edgar Cayce was America’s greatest 20th century psychic. His name is well-known to those with a belief in mysticism and...

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9 Ways to Identify Your Soul Purpose

Our soul purpose refers to our mission or vocation in life. It relates to finding the true meaning of life...

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The Full Hunter’s Moon 2021: the World is Awakening to the Truth

The Full Hunter’s Moon 2021 appears on Wednesday, October 20. The upcoming Full Moon is often called the Drying Rice...

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Divine Feminine Energy Quotes: 30 Deep Sayings

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Intense Personality: 10 Signs You Could Have One

Do you know of anyone who is always deep in the way they speak and act? These are highly sensitive...

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What Is a Dark Empath? 8 Traits of the Most Dangerous Personality Type

Can an empath have dark traits? For example, can an empath fake kindness or have selfish motives? Well, if the...

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There are many interpretations and definitions for the term “Spiritual Connection”. Some people think that it’s a kind of relationship...

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