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Sanskrit alphabets sounds produce a spiritual effect. Hence mantras said in sanskrit are more beneficial.The very word 'MANTRA' invokes sacred,divine and pious feelings in us.MAN=Mind, TRAI=To protect. LoveLight n' Infinte Blessings!!

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Mantra Chanting [JAPA]

                       Continous repitition of a meaningful word/s are called as mantra Japa.When this chanting is done with a discipline and purpose, positive results are a forgone conclusion. There are many ways and methods of chanting. But one should adopt a method which is soothing and easy.

                 Fast chanting exhuasts the mind,heart and breath, and relaxation comes after the chanting is over. Slow chanting relaxes the mind,heart and breath while the chanting is going on, but it is good only when the chanting is done individually.

            Apart from the slow and fast chanting of Mantras, it can be chanted in the following four ways:

  • Vaikhari : The chanting begins loudly and gradually the pitch is lowered
  • Madhyama : Chanting is done silently within oneself. Even the lips are not moved.
  • Pashyanti : Chanting is again done in a trance 
  • Para : The Chanting is enjoyed and the mind meets the God.

                      Chanting slowly induce a state of trance. Sound creates space-akaha, which creates sympathetic and positive sounds, and these sounds influence the total nervous system. More akasha is produced when sound echoes. The echoing quality of sound increases with the increase of akasha.

                      The Constant hammering of sound kneads the flesh, nerves and cells of the body. It affects the petals in the chakra in human body. Mantras are of two types: longer chants and short seed syllables. The shorter root Mantras have a more universal meaning. We can use them according to their energy even if we do not understand the language. The longer chants depend more upon our sense of their meaning and our intentions.

                   The serious aspirant can combine the practices of chanting, with Namasmarana, prayer, meditations, bhajan singing and seeking out the company of good people (satsang), in order to develop Saadhana and attain perfection.



           Sanskrit is the mother of all languages. It is the Language of the vedas and the great sages. It is a divine language. It is the oldest form and the root of the greatest number of languages, including the main languages of Europe and North India, and also many of those of Iran and the Middle East. It is the only language devised where the sounds are made in the mouth. Sanskrit has more words for the Divine and more precise terms for defining consiousness and meditative experience than any other language. It is the language of the higher mind and thereby gives us access to its laws and vibratory structures. It is the language of the Gods, the higher planes of the mind, and grants us access to the powers of these domains.

               Sanskrit alphabet sounds produce a spiritual effect. It is an energy-based language unlike other languages which are sound based. It is immortal, pure and potent. Hence mantras said in Sanskrit are more beneficial. Each one of these Sanskrit words contains important and significant inner meaning, and both the meaning and the sound have potency.



  1. SHANTI (Peaceful) MANTRA : Mantra's done without any desire for reward, power, or attachment and Mantras that free one from diseases, psychological problems, fear, illusions, and worldly and environmental troubles.
  2. ISTAMBHAN (Paralyzing) MANTRA : Mantras used to stop the movement of any living thing.
  3. MOHANA (Attracting) : Mantras used to attract a Man, woman or animal...Also known as SAMMOHANA
  4. UCHCHATAN : Mantras used to disturb the mental equilibrium of any living thing.
  5. VASHIKARAN : Mantras used to enslave somebody.
  6. AKARSHAN : Mantras used to attract somebody
  7. JRAMBHAN : Mantras used to create change behavioral patterns
  8. VIDWESHAN : Mantras used to create opposition between two individuals.
  9. MARAN : Mantras used to kill somebody
  10. PUSHN : Mantras used to increase one's own or another's wealth, name, fame, goodwill, social status, power etc. Also known as Paustik.

  ~The first and last type will be discussed in this group with Blessings~







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Comment by Will Connerty on September 21, 2013 at 2:10pm

I love the mantra Om Namah Shivaya, fills me with peace when I sing along!

Comment by Adam Kadmon on August 8, 2013 at 2:51pm

cool easiest way to learn sanskrit:)

Comment by anki on August 8, 2013 at 2:42pm

haha i was singing along too.. well trying to sing along with the words i can make out. 

its on replay now

Comment by Adam Kadmon on August 8, 2013 at 2:41pm

hehe...practicing to!

Comment by anki on August 8, 2013 at 2:36pm

very relaxing mantra, thank you. 


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