Choose a mantra to your liking and practice daily, following a few simple rules.
Reading mantras is considered to be the simplest form of meditation. Take a comfortable position with your back straight, close your eyes and repeat the mantra to yourself or aloud. Pay attention to the correct pronunciation of sounds, speed and rhythm of reading, keep in mind the purpose and esoteric meaning of the mantra. Maintain a slow, deep breath and let your mind focus on the mantra, letting go of the rest of your thoughts. To calculate the number of mantra repetitions, use mala.
How to choose a mantra? According to tradition, the mantra is transmitted orally from the Teacher to the student and is kept in the strictest confidence. And for any mantra, initiation is required - initiation. However, some mantras do not require it. And it also happens that the life situation itself is an initiation. If you want to choose your mantra yourself - be pure in your intentions and use your intuition - try to read several mantras and carefully listen to your feelings in order to understand which one is right for you.
- Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudeva. Used to find the spiritual path and meaning of life.
- Om Namah Shiva. Used for internal transformation and as a practice of spiritual growth.
- Om Sri Maha Lakshmi Namaha. It is used to attract abundance in any field - mental, physical and spiritual.
- Om Aim Saraswatya Namaha. Used to develop wisdom and gain knowledge, especially in the field of creativity ...
- Om Dum Durgaye Namaha. Used to protect against physical, mental and emotional harm and evil intentions.
- So Ham. Used to gain awareness and teaches to stay in the present.
- Aham Brahmasmi. Used to overcome attachment to the body and mind and awareness of the true unity of the Absolute /
- Tat Twam Asi. Used to realize the identity of the individual with the Absolute.
- Aham Prema. Used to embody universal love and compassion.