Mantra for Life

Mantra for Life
“No matter how hard the past, you can always begin again.”

“MANTRA For Life”

“All the so-called “secrets of success” will not work unless you do.”

When our mind is pure, joy follows like a shadow that never leaves” – Buddha

Mantras are Vedic in origin. The teachings of the Vedas consist of various Mantric chants or hymns recognized by different seers or Rishis from the Cosmic Mind. Since the Vedas are impersonal and eternal, the exact historical date of the origin of Mantra chanting is hard to arrive at. For example, every Mantra in the Vedas, Upanishads and various religious traditions within Hindu religion begin with Om or Aum – the primordial sound, the sound that is said to have its origins at the time of the creation of the cosmos – also referred to as the ‘Big Bang’.

A mantra is a sound, syllable, word or group of words that are considered capable of “creating transformation” Their use and type varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra. Mantras can excite the emotions and give suggestions to the mind. Mantras affect both the one who chants them as the one who hears them. The word mantra comes from the Sanskrit “mantrana”, which means suggestion or advice.  Each mantra or word is a sound pattern that suggests to the mind the meanings inherent in it, and the mind immediately responds. These words are the Mantras evolved by Sages, Rishis, and Yogis who actually prepared them and used them to prove their worth. Over the ages, these have helped thousands of Sadhaks achieve even that which appeared impossible to them. In the Hindu Vedic astrology many astrology believers (Astrologers Sages ) believes in the theory of fate it also advocates that you can make efforts to improve your destiny and counteract your fate by performing various remedies like Mantra Japa and charity etc. Given below are some of the remedies prescribed in the various astrological and other important scriptures for improvement in life.

Mantra – Sadhana is the only means which purifies the heart of a disciple or Sadhak.

Om is the most important of all mantras. All mantras generally begin and often also end with Om.

* – OM

* – Aum gurave namah

* – Om namo Narayanaya

*- Aum Namah Shivaya

* – Aum Namonarayana

* – Om Sri Subramunyaya Namah

* – Aum Shri Ganeshaya Namah

* – Om namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya

* – Om Sri Maha Lakshmiyai Namah

* – Aum Kalikayai Namah

* – Om Sri Hanumate Namah

* – Aum Radha Krishnaya Namaha

* – Aum Namo Venkateshaya

* – Hari om Tatsat Jai gurudatt (Dattatreya Mantra)

“Just as Om is considered to be the mool mantra of the Vedas and the name Shri Ram the essence of the “Ramayan”, so too “Ik-Onkār Sat-Naam Kartaa-Purakh Nirbhau Nirvair Akaal-Moorat Ajuni Saibangh Gurparsaad” is considered to be the mool mantra of the “Granth Sahib”. Revealing and expounding on the Truth enshrined in this mantra is the entire “Japji Sahib”, and the elaboration of the “Japji Sahib” is the entire “Granth Sahib”.

The translation of the Mool Mantra ~ Ik-Onkār with the instruction ‘Jap’ at the end which means ‘repeat and contemplate’ is as:

Ik Onkār:  The One, the Reality, Om

Sat Naam:  Of Name ever True and Eternal

Kartaa Purakh:  The Prime doer, the Creator

Nirbhau:  Fearless

Nirvair:  Without enmity

Akaal Moorat:  Of Eternal Form

Ajuni:  Without birth, Uncaused

Saibangh:  Self-existent and Self-illuminating

Gurparsaad:  Known by the Grace of the Enlightened Teacher

Jap:  Constantly repeat (This word is not part of the Mool mantra, but can be taken as the instruction of the Teacher to constantly repeat and contemplate on the mantra).

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Mantra for Life

Mantra in Hinduism.

There are several forms of Mantra

Bhajan: spiritual songs.

Kirtan: repetition of God’s name in songs.

Prayer: a way of communing with God.

Guru mantra:

In my opinion, the healing through chanting can be expedited if the mantra is received from a guru. A guru adds a divine potency to the mantra. It becomes more effective and thus helps the chanter in his/her healing faster. Guru-Mantra obtained from a realized Sadguru is the main support in any field of life of a disciple or Sadhak, the first initiation given by the master to the disciple. Guru is a guide who can understand all one’s problems and suggest Mantras with the help of which one could get rid of all problems.

Bija Mantra: a Bija mantra represents the essence of a mantra

Healing mantra


The Gayatri mantra is considered one of the most universal of all Hindu mantras.

Aum Bh?r Bhuva Svaha

(Aum) Tat Savitur Varenyam

Bhargo Devasya Dh?mahi

Dhiyo Yo Nahah Prachoday?t, (Aum)



OM — Almighty God

BHOOR — Embodiment of vital or spiritual energy

BHUVAHA– Destroyer of suffering

SWAHA — Embodiment of happiness

TAT = That

SAVITUR –Luminous, like and sun

VARENIYAM–  Supreme, best

BARGO – – Destroyer of sins

DEVASYA – – Divine

DHEEMAHI – – May receive

DHIYO – – Intellect

YO – – Who

NAHA- – Our

PRACHODAYAT – – May inspire

The highest spiritual Mantra for all purposes.

*Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare

Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare.

* Aum Shri Ram Jai Ram Jai Jai Ram

Mantra Japa:

mantra Japa means repetition of mantra, It involves repetition of a mantra over and over again, usually in cycles of auspicious numbers (in multiples of three), the most popular being 108, The normal number of times a mantra is recited is 3, 11, 21, 27, 54 and 108 or more.

One’s subconscious mind can find its answer through meditation and recitation of mantras. A mantra, when repeated always during meditation, regularly chanting of mantra changes the consciousness.

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