The Meaning Of Om Shrim Shriyei Namaha Mantra
“Om and Salutations to the creative abundance that is the very form of this universe.”
Sanskrit is believed to be, by some scholars, the “perfect language,” as its correct pronunciation evokes a unique vibration in the creation, placing into motion whatever you are trying to manifest through your mantra.
A Sanskrit mantra is made of syllables that exercise their influence by means of vibrations (or sound).
As one would have personally experienced, different Sanskrit syllables of the mantra have different vibration patterns that affect different parts of the human body.
Each syllable resonates with certain organs or parts of the body.
As an object of concentration, a sacred mantra can help to still the mind.
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While you are chanting a mantra out loud or mentally, there tends to be less mental chatter.
Mantras can help us to develop mindfulness.
The vibration of the mantra is a mental object, and paying attention to the sound of the mantra can be a type of mantra meditation, just as paying attention to the sensations of the breath is a meditation (also known as vipassana meditation).
Apart from that, reciting the mantra helps stimulates your chakras or the extrasensory energy centers.
These energy centers align themselves with certain essential lymph nodes and organs of the body that help in the right functioning of the entire body.
This, in turn, helps strengthen your immune system as the vibration aligns all your chakras, keeping your body disease-free.
Reciting mantras is a good habit and beneficial to bring into your life, no matter how busy you are each day.
The benefits of daily chanting mantras are immeasurable, like the limitless sky.
Listen on insightstate to more soothing mantras, such as: Jai Ambe Gauri.