- Definition & Benefits of Mantra
- Division of Mantra
- Mantra for Desire Work
- Mantra Sadhana Vidhi
- Types of Mantra
- Mantra Shop
Definition & Benifits of Mantra
Mantras are considered to be divine rhymes composed by the ancient Indian saints in the divine language of Sanskrit. When recited properly they protect human from different malefic effects of other evil elements. Similarly, mantras corresponding to different planets when recited properly is considered to protect the person from the bad effect of that planet.
Mantra is a set of particular words in a particular configuration and rhythm by chanting which one can fulfil one’s wish. Mantra is a complete set of words from the Vedas attributed to the deities or Devas. Mantras have come down to us from our Maharishis, Saints, Sadhus and Yogis who after recitation of Mantras for several thousand years guided us to follow them. Mantras are single or strung together syllables. Mantras are used in Tantrik sadhanas or rituals, whispered or chanted in different combinations and contexts, setting up patterns of vibrations. One must learn to pronounce them properly as well as to understand their meaning. Hindus believe that god, good health, good fortune and victory over one’s enemies can be attained by chanting the right mantra. According to the Puranas, Shastras and Maharishis, Mantra is the only way to attain one’s desires, provided one recites them with complete faith and the prescribed methods and rules. The recitation of words of mantras should be pure and correct in order to create the right vibrations.
Mantra sadhana is very difficult. If during practice some drawbacks remain, it can inflict losses. Without faith and belief, such practice should be avoided. Guidance of a competent Guru or preceptor is quite necessary to attain success.
All our problems are self-created. Usually they are the outcome of our Karmas and the reasons can be checked from the individual Horoscope. One’s subconscious mind can help to find the solution through meditation and recitation of Mantras.
Life is a complex combination of incidents and accidents. Can we use MANTRAS AND TANTRAS in the right way to derive benefits out of them so as to solve or eliminate the incidents and accidents? Yes, these can be avoided or solved by the right use of the right Mantras.
Purity of thoughts, words and deeds, sincerity and deep seated belief in repeating mantras systematically and without any stress or strain on the brain or body, are the key-notes for the efficacy of Mantras.
Concentrate and meditate without having any of your problems and desires in mind. The Mantra should be recited softly so as to audible only to the person concerned and not to others. Mantras should be recited in a pleasing musical tone which help in concentration.
Continuous sadhana will enable the sadhaka to find solutions to the problems, attaining peace of mind and reducing mental strain. The Mantras must be recited as they are. Any addition or alteration in the Mantra must be avoided. If distorted or recited incorrectly, the power of the mantra is lost and it ceases to have the desired beneficial effect.
Division of Mantra
The use of Mantras is divided into the following six categories:
- SHANTI KARAN: These mantras deal with the cure of diseases and warding off the malefic influence of planets.
- VASHI KARAN: Through these mantras, you can put under your control any woman, man, officer, minister, devta, soul, animal etc. and can fulfill your wishes.
- STAMBHAN: These mantras deal with all the persons etc., as detailed above in para 2 to stop them doing mischief, or acting against you.
- VIDESHAN: These mantras are used for creating differences between two or many individuals.
- UCHCHATTAN: These mantras deal with distraction of the mind of the enemy or opponents and other persons so that they may remain away from their country, birth place, residence, home, work and family members. It is also used when the sadhaka requires a person to remain at war with others.
- MARAN: These are death inflicting mantras through which you can kill anybody at any distance without disclosing your identity. These mantras are available in Puranas, Hindu scripts, Mohammedan and Buddhist cults. Other religious persons may follow their corresponding words, which are equally applicable and can be recited.
Mantra for Desire Work
- For Sarv Sidhi
- For Education
- For Attaining Moksha
To attain Moksha, one should recite one rosary of the following mantras daily. These are very powerful mantras.
Recite this mantra one lakh times five times daily. One is blessed with wealth.
For Success in Election
Success in the election depends upon intelligence, connections with public and the worked one does for the people of the area, sharing their sorrows and griefs. In order to be successful in politics, one must be close to the people.
For Yash Prapat
Yash Prapati means, you may do any good to a person or persons, but they will not realize it and will not be thankful to you. Instead, they will criticize or demand such favors as their right.
For Having Progeny
In case the couple does not have a child, one can acquire progeny through mantras, provided one does the Sadhana with full faith following the prescribed rituals.
Mantra Sadhan Vidhi
To become mantras more auspicious or fruitful, Below said points should be remember:-
First of all this thing is to be consider that which mantra is suitable for native and which is not? So this type we choose correct mantra and those processes through which it becomes auspicious is known as Sadhan sceince.
a) Mantra Mailapak
c) Mantra Chaitnya
d) Mantra’s Kullika
e) Mantra Setu
f) Maha Setu
i) Pran Yog
k) Mantra’s Sutak
l) Mantra’s problem (Dosha)
m) Solutions of those problems(Dosha)
Sixteen Parts of SadhanVidhi
Mantra Sadhna also has sixteen parts like moon’s sixteen kalas. These parts are:-
d) Panchang Sevan
g) Divyadesh Sevan
o) Dhyan and
FOOD: The sadhaka should have a light meal, hot and well cooked and in small quantity, as overeating leads to the excitement of the sensory organs which aggravate passions. Onion, garlic, and meat have a stimulating effect on the sensory organs and do more harm to the body than good. Intoxicants and smoking of any kind should be avoided. Lack of control in the diet is a great obstacle to progress. Small quantities of wholesome food purify the mind and a pure mind retains the memory of God.
Types of Mantra
Normally mantras are of two types
a) Vedic Mantra
All the extensions of links of vedas are known as Vedic mantra and all those mantras that are develop in trantric events is known as Tantric Mantra.
Trantric Mantras are of three types
a) Beej Mantra (Maulik, Yogik, Koot)
b) Naam Mantra
c) Mala Mantra