Another method to destroy negative karma.
known wonders of Mantra practice as recommended by several
Saints of India.
day diseases are mostly psychosomatic. Japa will bestow good health to both mind and body.”-Mata
Amritanandamayi or Amma
In India the continual repetition of a name of God or a prayer is well known as the practice of mantra or japa yoga. Paramahansa Yogananda also highlighted a branch of mantra science in the form of positive affirmations, understanding that the practical western mindset was appreciative of a proactive self-help approach to life. He was the first to write an extensive book on the subject, titled Scientific Healing
“This groundbreaking book reveals the hidden laws for harnessing the power of concentrated thought — not only for physical healing, but to overcome obstacles and create all-around success in our lives.
Long before the use of affirmations was embraced in mainstream settings as diverse as hospitals, recovery programs, sports arenas, and corporate suites, Paramahansa Yogananda understood and taught the deep spiritual principles that make this ancient scientific tool so powerfully effective.”
At the same time, Yogananda was fully aware of the benefits of devotional mantra as a way of attracting Divine grace.
drunk with the love of God that you will know nothing but God; and give that
love to all.”
Brother Mokshananda was a monastic sannyasin disciple of Yogananda’s and below are some sections from a talk he gave on japa yoga, which is another name for the practice of mantra.
“One of the best-known ways of doing this, called Japa Yoga in India, is to take an affirmation, prayer, or devotional chant—or simply the name of God—and silently repeat it over and over again.
“Paramahansa Yogananda said: Every thought we think sets up a particular subtle vibration. When you mentally utter the word 'God,' and keep on repeating that thought within, it sets up a vibration that invokes the presence of God.
“As we persevere in the practice of the Presence, we become increasingly aware of God when we are outwardly active as well as when we are meditating. In nature, for instance, the advanced bhakti yogi enjoys not only the harmony and beauty expressed in flowers and sunsets and other natural wonders, but also experiences an awareness of the Divine Life and Intelligence and Love underlying all creation.
“Paramahansa Yogananda said: It is when you persistently, selflessly perform every action with love-inspired thoughts of God that He will come to you. Then you realize that you are the Ocean of Life, which has become the tiny wave of each life. This is the way of knowing the Lord through activity. When in every action you think of Him before you act, while you are performing the action, and after you have finished it, He will reveal Himself to you. You must work, but let God work through you; this is the best part of devotion. If you are constantly thinking that He is walking through your feet, working through your hands, accomplishing through your will, you will know Him.
Brother Mokshananda also said in another talk.
"There is another form of Bhakti
Yogathat takes this attitude of faith and confidence a step
further—the practice of affirmation. The difference between a prayer-demand and
an affirmation is this: In prayer we ask for something and wait to see whether
or not our request will be granted. In affirmation, we assert our conviction
that what we need or desire has already come to pass. For instance, instead
of praying to God, "Lord, help me to know that I am Thy child,"
affirm the truth that you are His child, and always have been.
"The law of affirmation is
very scientific, for it is based on the unlimited power of thought. Everything in creation originated as an idea in the Divine Mind, and was
condensed into material form by God's will. Being made in God's image, we too
can apply this same law. If we take a statement of truth and revolve it in our
consciousness with continuous will and deep conviction, eventually it gains
enough force to manifest outwardly.
"First, choose an
affirmation appropriate to your need—physical healing, prosperity,
self-improvement, spiritual progress, or whatever else may be necessary in your
life. [Affirmations for a variety of uses may be found in Scientific Healing
Affirmations, Metaphysical Meditations, and the Self-Realization Fellowship
Lessons, all by Paramahansa Yogananda and published by Self-Realization
Fellowship.] It should not be a long thought; just a sentence or two that clearly and vividly conveys the state you are striving to bring about.
(a) Begin your practice of
affirmation by repeating that thought aloud for a period of time.
(b) Gradually let your repetition
become softer and softer, until it becomes a whisper.
(c) Then go on repeating
it mentally, with ever-increasing concentration, allowing it to sink deep
"If you continue this, not
just for a few moments but for a long time in meditation and whenever you have
a chance during the day, that affirmation becomesvery powerful. When you
firmly plant a truth in the conscious mind through affirmation, it will take
root in the subconscious and come back later to influence your thoughts and
actions. And if you go even deeper with your repetition of that truth,
continuously revolving it in your mind with devotion, concentration, and will
power, it reaches the super conscious mind, and eventually manifests in one's
meditation or at another time as a divine experience of healing or
blessings are attended by great calmness—peace or joy or a profound sense of well
being. They have a lasting effect; when you recall them to mind you
immediately feel the same upliftment of consciousness that accompanied the
original experience. Most important, a true response to prayer or affirmation
brings some tangible positive change in your life — such as freedom from a bad
habit, victory over illness, healing of a negative emotion or inharmonious
relationship, greater love for God and desire for His presence. These
transformations come through right practice of prayer, affirmation, and devotional chanting."
"Love is God," not
merely as the noblest sentiment of a poet but as an aphorism of eternal truth.
To whatever religious creed a man may belong and whatever be his position in
society, if he properly cultivates this ruling principle naturally implanted in
his heart, he is sure to be on the right path to save himself from wandering in
this creation of Darkness, Maya."
Amma says that “the purpose of mantra japa (chanting) is to lead us to the ultimate silence of the Self, from where all sounds and forms arise. Further, in the present age of materialism, chanting the mantra (japa), is the easiest way for us to obtain inner purification and concentration. Japa can be done at any time, anywhere without observing any rule regarding the purity of mind and body. Japa can be done while engaged in any task.
“Constantly repeating God's name will diminish the ego."
‘I am an important person; I hold a high position in society. How can I go to the temple and worship in the jostling crowd there? How will I bow down before the Lord? Isn't that demeaning?’ Thoughts like these arise from the ego. Be ready, always, anywhere, to repeat the Lord's name and to pay homage to the Lord and the guru. We don't gain anything from a certificate of greatness from society; what we need is a certificate from God. With constant effort, we will be able to repeat the mantra in our minds even while doing any type of job.
forget God for even a second”
If we lose our money while
traveling, think how frantically we search for it! In the same way, if we are
unable to do japa even for a brief moment, we should grieve: "Alas, Lord,
I have lost so much time! " If there is such anguish, even the time we
spend sleeping will not be wasted. Children, even if we lose a million dollars,
we can recover it. If we lose one second, we cannot get it back. Every moment
that we are not remembering God is lost to us. Chanting replaces other thoughts
with that particular mantra. Just as saline water loses its salty taste by
constantly adding fresh water, through constant repetition of a mantra, the
number of thoughts can be reduced. In due course, all thoughts can be
eliminated except one, that is God. Love will spring through japa if one has
complete faith and intent to reach the goal. Mantra japa, done with the proper
understanding of this principle will ultimately take us to the Source. At this
point, the seeker realizes that the form he has been meditating on, as well as
all other forms that exist within himself, are the manifestations of the Self.
the mantra daily
It is a good practice to write
at least one page of mantra daily. Many people get better concentration by
writing than by chanting. Try also to inculcate in children the habit of
chanting and neatly writing the mantra. This will help to improve their
handwriting, too. The book in which the mantra is written should not be thrown
around; it should be carefully kept in our meditation or shrine room."
Sri Swami Sivananda
"Name (Nama) and the object (Rupa)
signified by the Name are inseparable. Thought and word are inseparable.
Whenever you think of the name of your son, his figure stands before your
mental eye, and vice versa. Even so when you do Japa of Rama, Krishna or
Christ, the picture of Rama, Krishna or Christ will come before your mind.
Therefore Japa and Dhyana go together. They are inseparable.
"Do the Japa with feeling. Know the meaning of the
Mantra. Feel God's presence in everything and everywhere. Draw closer and
nearer to Him when you repeat the Japa. Think He is shining in the chambers of
your heart. He is witnessing your repetition of the Mantra as He is the witness
of your mind.
"The glory of the Name of God cannot be established
through reasoning and intellect. It can be experienced or realized only through
devotion, faith and constant repetition of the Name.
Repeat the Mantra verbally for sometime, in a
whisper for sometime, and mentally for sometime. The minds wants variety. It
gets disgusted with any monotonous practice. The mental repetition is very
powerful. It is termed Manasika Japa. The verbal or loud repetition is
called Vaikhari Japa. The loud Japa shuts out all worldly sounds. There
is no break of Japa here. Repetition in a whisper or humming is termed Upamshu
Japa. Even mechanical repetition of Japa without any Bhava has a great
purifying effect on the heart or the mind. The feeling will come later on when
the process of mental purification goes on.When the mind wanders, do the Japa aloud, or
whisper the Mantra for some time and come back to mental Japa again as soon as
"Do not do the Japa in a hurried manner, like a
contractor who tries to finish his work in a short time. Do it slowly with
feeling, one-pointedness of mind and single-minded devotion.
"Continue the current of Japa mentally at all
times, whatever be the activity in which you are engaged. Carry on your Sadhana
with tenacity and perseverance, without a break. Realize the glorious goal of
life and enjoy supreme bliss."
Sri Ananda Moy Ma
"The fact that you are aware of your incapacity to
concentrate on God’s name is His grace also. Even though not interested take
the Name as medicine. This also will have a good result. You will improve.
God’s name invariably bears fruit. This is why it is said, either get yourself
admitted into the hospital , take the medicine prescribed by the doctor,
regulate your diet , and your illness will be cured. Or use the doctor’s
medicine and diet while remaining at home. That is to say either renounce everything
and seek refuge solely in His name, or else, while remaining with your family,
act according to your Guru’s instructions and live a regulated life. Thereby also
you may hope to get rid of your disease. Whoever likes to take injections? Yet
they are beneficial. Which child enjoys learning to read? All the same, by
studying regularly with the assistance of one’s parents and teachers one
becomes an educated person. This is so, where learning is concerned that serves
worldly ends. Again , if you can acquire Brahmavidya, the knowledge of Reality,
there is hope of recovering supreme wealth. What is supreme wealth? None but
"No attempt is futile; everything
serves a purpose. Suppose you are travelling somewhere by railway. In order to
catch the train you will first go by boat from your village to Dacca, then
descend from the boat with the help of a stick and get into a horse-carriage
that will take you to the station. Although your aim is a journey by train,
you cannot say that the boat, stick, horse-carriage and so forth are of no use.
Similarly, you should understand that everything you do in order to realize God
is helpful. Nothing at all is wasted. By whatever Name you may invoke Him, your
effort will be crowned with success. The main thing is to cling to the Name of
"Just try to keep the kite of your mind tied to the
string of the Divine Name. If it is fixed in this manner your thinking will
some day or the other get under control. Although restlessness is the nature of
the mind. Yet to become still is its dharma. To make it calm you will have to
be centered in something. In order to find a job you look to some person or
other for support, you go to a particular place. Similarly, in order to be
liberated have recourse to the Name.
"At all times the repetition of the Lord’s Name
should be kept up. Through the practice of the Name enjoyment, liberation,
peace, all these will blossom forth. With firm faith, implicit confidence and devotion,
casting away pride, adhere to the Name and you will see that all your work will
be done; as it were, of itself. When this body was engaged in the play of
sadhana, this kind of thing used to happen and this is why so much stress is
laid on it. Do not take anything lightly in order to test God, for by doing
this you will not advance towards Self-realization. Surrender your all to Him!
Your burden , the burden of the world is ever carried by the One who sustains
the universe – remember this!
"The performance of Japa has a beneficial result of its own.
When a person practices japa and dedicates its fruit to God. The fruit can
never be destroyed or lost. When the time is ripe God will return to the
aspirant. When the sadhaka begins to notice that his desires and passions are
growing weaker and weaker, he should understand that God is in this way
bestowing upon him the fruit of his practice. This is why one does japa
samarpana (offering one’s japa to
"Karma accumulated for ages and ages, sins and
desires are wiped out by God’s sacred Name. Just as lighting a lamp illumines a
cave that has been in darkness for centuries, even so the obscurity of
numberless births is annihilated by the power of the Divine Name."
Many more quotes on Japa yoga can be
found at the below URL.
Question : Is there no benefit
at all in doing japa with the mouth?
Ramana Maharshi: Who
said there is no benefit? Such japa will be the means for chitta suddhi
[purifying the mind]. As the japa is done repeatedly the effort ripens and
sooner or later leads to the right path. Good or bad, whatever is done never
goes to waste. Only the differences and the merits and demerits of each will
have to be told, looking to the stage of development of the person concerned.
Question : Sri Bhagavan has
said that the japa must be traced to its source. Is it not the mind that is
Ramana Maharshi: All
these are only the workings of the mind. Japa helps to fix the mind on a single
thought. All other thoughts are first subordinated until they disappear. When
it becomes mental it is called dhyana. Dhyana is your true nature. It is
however called dhyana because it is made with effort. Effort is necessary so
long as thoughts are promiscuous. Because you are with other thoughts, you call
the continuity of a single thought meditation or dhyana. If that dhyana becomes
effortless it will be found to be your real nature.
Question: How should I carry
Ramana Maharshi: One
should not use the name of God mechanically and superficially without the
feeling of devotion.
Question : So mechanical
repetition is unproductive?
Ramana Maharshi: Acute diseases will not be cured merely by repeating the name of the medicine
but only by drinking the medicine. Similarly, the bonds of birth and death will
not cease merely by doing many repetitions of mahavakyas such as `I am
Siva'. Instead of wandering about repeating `I am the supreme', abide as the
supreme yourself. The misery of birth and death will not cease by vocally
repeating countless times `I am that', but only by abiding as that.
“Japa is repeating the Holy Name;
through this the devotee rises to the Infinite. This boat of sacrifice and
ceremonies is very frail, we need more than that to know Brahman, which alone
is freedom. Liberty is nothing more than destruction of ignorance, and that can
only go when we know Brahman. It is not necessary to go through all these
ceremonials to reach the meaning of the Vedanta. Repeating Om is enough.”
"How to attain purity living this
life? Shall we all go to the forest caves? What good would it do? If the mind
is not under control, it is no use living in a cave because the same mind will
bring all disturbances there. We will find twenty devils in the cave because
all the devils are in mind. If the mind is under control we can have the cave
anywhere, wherever we are.
"It is our own mental attitude,
which makes the world what it is for us. Our thoughts make things beautiful,
ourthoughts make things ugly. The whole world is in our
own minds. Learn to see things in the proper light.
"Take up one idea. Make that one
idea your life – think of it, dream of it, live on that idea, let the brain,
muscles, nerves, every part of your body, be full of that idea, and just leave
every other idea alone. This is the way to success… if we were really want to
be blessed, and make others blessed, we must go deeper.
"Good and evil thoughts are each a
potent power and they fill the universe, as vibration continues, so thought
remains in the form of thought until translated into action. For example, force
is latent in the man’s arm until he strikes a blow, when he translates it into
activity. We are the heirs of good and evil thought. If we make ourselves pure
and the instruments of good thoughts, these will enter us. The good soul will
not be receptive to evil thoughts.
"You have to grow from inside out.
None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but
your own soul."
meaning of the word "Mantra" itself is that if remembrance is kept
up, it will take you across the ocean of Samsara.
"For all people there is
only one way of approach to God. They must have pure devotion to God and should
perform good actions. Bhakti and Karma go together. For -you, to start with,
repetition of: GOD's name is the way. Have God's name continuously on your
tongue Lead a pure and truthful life. Be kind and. compassionate to those who
are in distress. Read the Bhagavad Gita daily.
"The ego is hard to
conquer. The whole of our struggle is to do away with it. Surrender is the only
way. Our personal struggle goes for nothing. It is His grace that should make
all things, easy for us. We fret, fume and grumble when our effort proves futile.
Instead of this attitude, it would be well to humble ourselves to the dust and
take His name and feel always that He is the sole doer. Verily, by His will
alone all things happen. Take refuge in Him, make Him your all in all,
surrender your entire being to Him, and He will reveal Himself within you and
fill every fiber of your being with His radiance, peace and joy."
In order to know God, we must often think of
Him; and when we come to love Him, we shall then also think of Him often, for
our heart will be with our treasure.
Quotes taken from Brother
Lawrence's Practice of the Presence of God.
“We must do our business faithfully,
without trouble or disquiet, recalling our mind to God mildly, and with
tranquility, as often as we find it wandering from him.”
“We ought not to be weary of doing
little things for the love of God, who regards not the greatness of the work,
but the love with which it is performed.”
“Lift up your heart to Him, sometimes
even at your meals, and when you are in company; the least little remembrance
will always be acceptable to Him. You need not cry very loud; he is nearer to
us than we are aware of.”
-Neem Karoli Baba
"By taking the name of
Ram, everything is accomplished. In this Kali Yuga."
Karoli Baba encouraged the constant repetition of "Ram" in order to become closer
to God, saying "By taking the name of Ram, everything is
As per Gita (9th chapter); even if we
(the people of different religions/traditions) remember God (i.e. true self) by
any name; we succeed in individual and universal blossoming.
The most basic mantra is Aum,
which in Hinduism is known as the "pranava mantra," the source of all
Aum is a Sanskrit root word or seed-sound symbolizing the creative
divine intelligence, which creates and sustains all things: It is also known as
the cosmic vibratory intelligent word of God that sustains all the created
Aum of the Vedas became the sacred word Hum of the Tibetans; Amin of the
Moslems; and Amen of the Egyptians Greeks, Romans, Jews and Christians. The
worlds great religions agree that all created things originate in the vibratory
energy of Aum or Amen known as the Holy Ghost to the Christian faith. In the beginning was
the word and the word was God…. All things were made by him (the word or
As a running motor produces sound so Aum testifies to the running of the cosmic
motor that upholds all life and every particle of creation through vibratory
energy. Quantum scientists have discovered that behind the atomic matrix of all
matter is a moving wave of intelligent vibratory fields of energy.
As with a few other advanced teachers Paramahansa Yogananda who wrote the
spiritual classic “The Autobiography of a
Yogi” teaches a meditation technique whose
correct practice can bring a direct experience of God as Aum...
the aspirant’s consciousness is in the advanced stage of peace
she/he can be receptive to the sound of the cosmic motor and
they will also naturally feel deeply attuned to prayer and
Great saints of different religions have testified to hearing this sound of the
universe while in the blissful communion with the invisible divine power (the
comforter, which is the Holy Ghost”-John14; 26)
Before the yogi can hear such an elevated astral sound in
meditation on a regular basis a moral preparation of consciousness with its
natural alert calmness is consideredessential.
And on a
For millennia in Asia, bead malas or necklaces have been
used as a way to remind the mind to do the next mantra. The holding of the
beads in ones hand acts as a simple reminder to the mind to not forget the next
repetition. Beads however are inconvenient when driving, in social settings or
even in bed. And it is for this reason that with the advent of modern technology
the below tool is being recommended.
This instrument is excellent for devotional mantra,
prosperity affirmations or for any of the other Positive affirmations. It can
easily be used while the hand is in the pocket, and can be used discreetly in
Positive affirmations can be used to help dissolve a bad habit, strengthen a good one, overcome depression or eliminate many a psychological weakness. Naturally they can also be used to strengthen one's already good tendencies. But just as intention filled thought and words have combined Vedic power, affirmations for abundance when done correctly can greatly attract the Grace of the Divine.
Just as seekers of truth have used bead malas or rosaries for millenniums many believe the new digital tool referenced below can help ensure reliable practice without distraction in a much quieter way (silently) that is in a much more simple and less conspicuous manner.
Get in a groove by repeating your positive affirmations for abundance without distraction by using this amazing digital silent counter. Set your goal of how many times you can affirm your prosperity truth and count them daily.
There is a profound mind-hand connection when using the counter that greatly helps you stay focused on manifesting your affirmation. Rid yourself of poverty-consciousness and train your subconscious mind to attract wealth, opportunities, new initiatives, and appreciation.
Every thought we think creates a particular subtle vibration. When we mentally utter the magnetic affirmation for prosperity without delusive assumptions, but based on principles of truth, and keep on repeating that thought within, it sets up a vibration that evokes that manifestation. Positive thinking and affirmations create subtle astral forces that come to our aid.
Positive affirmations embrace positive thinking to manifest great change in your life. They will dig a deeper groove of magnetism for success in your powerful mind and attract the manifestation for abundance each time you click the silent counter while doing your prosperity affirmation.
Lack of wealth can be the result of a negative yet subtle poverty-consciousness not often perceived by the person. This in turn can create subtle magnetic forces of lack surrounding you. So create a shift and attract and tune in to the universal abundance that surrounds you.
“Thoughts are Things!” and pessimistic thoughts attract struggle and poverty. The digital affirmation counter when used with positive affirmations will melt away the opposing negative thoughts.
We are dynamic magnets attracting what we mentally send out. You can heal your life and attract material abundance by repeating silently or out loud positive prosperity affirmations with deep feeling. We are the creators of our life. Our higher self, attuned to the creative laws, vibrates and attracts success. Just as Jesus said “Know ye not that ye are gods?” so we are the molders of our destinies.
Practice your affirmation for prosperity first thing in the morning and at night as well as during the day if you can find time. It is very important to make your affirmations personal and in the present tense. You can use this affirmation below, but it is also good to make up your own that has meaning and resonance for your unique character.
I am love and
I am love and
Mother is love and all prosperity.
I am her Child.
She is my Mother.
She wants to
share with me
I am one with the Universal Spirit.
I am a child of the Universe.
The Great Spirit loves and wants to care for me.
I affirm my love for the Great Spirit and
Am deeply grateful for the gifts of prosperity she shares with me.
These gifts flow to me, flow to me. I love my Divine Mother as the
she loves me. These gifts flow to me and keep flowing to me.
next two affirmations for material wealth have been recommended by Paramahansa
Yogananda who wrote the great spiritual classic “ “Autobiography
of a Yogi”.
I know that God's power
is limitless; and as I am made in His image, I, too, have the strength to
overcome all obstacles.
I possess the
creative power of Spirit. The Infinite Intelligence will guide me and solve
God is my own
inexhaustible Divine Bank. I am always rich, for I have access to the Cosmic
I will go forth
in perfect faith in the power of Omnipresent Good to bring me what I need at
the time I need it.
The sunshine of divine prosperity has just burst through the
dark sky of my limitations. I am God's child. What He has, I have.
All the wealth of this
earth, All the riches of the universe, Belong to Thee,
belong to Thee. I am Thy child; The wealth of earth and
universe Belongs to me, belongs to me, Oh, belongs to
me, and belongs to me.
I lived in thoughts of
poverty And wrongly fancied I was poor, So I was
poor. Now I am home. Thy consciousness hath made me
wealthy, made me rich. I am successful, I am rich; Thou
art my Treasure, I am rich, I am rich.
Thou art everything, Thou art everything. Thou art
mine. I have everything, I have everything; I am
wealthy, I am rich. I have everything, I have
everything; I possess all and everything, Even as Thou
dost, even as Thou dost. I possess everything, I possess
everything. Thou art my Wealth, I have everything.
Mantra repetition simply means repeating a sentence or group of words that have a deep phonetic significance.
The word "Mantra" is a Sanskrit word combination of the two words 'mananat' and 'trayati'. Mananat is a continuous repetition of something in your mind, a recitation which takes place inwardly and Trayati means liberation from fear. And thus a mantra is considered a repetition of divine vibratory sounds which in time cleanse and liberate the individuals consciousness of all kinds of anxiety as the individual moves ever closer towards the goal of Self-realisation.
In the cosmic sense, sound is mantra and mantra is sound. Audio vibrations are emanating throughout every thing and particle in the Universe.
When water flows, the gurgling sound it makes has a mantric relationship with creation. When wind blows through the trees, the rustling sound of the leaves can be considered as mantra. Even the rhythmic pounding of the oceans surf affirms a timelessness of truth. Just being and attentively listening to all sounds with the guise of a humble, appreciative observer in the awareness of the universal loving spirit is a form of mantra or meditation practice. Every thought and action we do has a resonant vibration and as we spiritually progress those vibrations will merge more harmonically with the greater environment or God. Even our breathing phonetically reverberates with a mantric sound, which is why so many meditation techniques encompass this simple practice of watching the breath.
Genesis 1:3 infers that sound was before light "And God said let there be light" Thus, many scholars relate to the Divine creative intelligence as being manifested via sound vibrations.
"In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God." (New Testament, John 1:1-2)
As you have just read about the characteristics of OM earlier in this passage, so this sacred sound is often integrated into Mantras.
Phonetically, a mantra is no ordinary combination of letters and syllables, but a living intelligent power. The name of God is not different from God when we finally learn to integrate the two into one. Mantra has been called the sound-body of God: It is an aspect of God in the form of sound.
In the Bhagavad Gita Lord Krishna says, "Among rituals, I am the ritual of mantra repetition."
While enlightened beings or avatars may recommend exceptional meditation techniques and scriptural study for attaining Cosmic Consciousness, they will also usually suggest to the student loving integration of a mantra. It is not unusual for the novice to be encouraged by the experience of God by repeating the mantra. The practice of Mantra is the repetition of a group of words which are themselves meaningful sound vibrations which awaken the love of God in our hearts and minds.
Here is a video showing how the wonderful tool of the digital mantra counter can work . it helps to make mantra practice reliable and consistant. It is a wonderful aid to those who get distracted and hence stop the rhythm of their practice; wonderful while driving or on walks etc.
Ernest Holmes: “The All-Knowing Mind knows what to do and how to do it. My affairs are managed by Law, and directed by Wisdom, and they cannot fail to prosper and expand.”
Louise Hay: “I am constantly increasing my conscious awareness of abundance, and this reflects in a constantly increasing income.”
Anonymous: “I place myself and all that concerns me, lovingly, in the hands of the Father.”
There are many excellent websites that go into detail on positive affirmations to attract wealth and security. Dive deeper into the subject if you are not sure you are doing your affirmations with the correct degree of positive determination.
In India the below given mantra is regarded as a wish fulfilling mantra, if done with total devotion.
Shree Ram Jai Ram kodand Ram
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