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Mechanism of Mantra Yoga

Mechanism of Mantra Yoga For scientists, the present and the ancient sages is no secret that the sound creates a form (yantra). Yantra...

Mechanism of Mantra Yoga
For scientists, the present and the ancient sages is no secret that the sound creates a form (yantra). Yantra - a mechanism, the body, which remains a living being (soul). Mind - a subtle nature sounds. It is the mind we create our next body as formed its present. This is confirmed in the Bhagavad-Gita. What we think at the moment of death - and then determine our next birth.

Mechanism of Mantra Yoga
Therefore, in all spiritual traditions of the world's largest value is paid to the chanting of the holy names of God (Om, Maha-mantra, the Jesus Prayer, etc.), the memory of which forms our spiritual body, not subject to material changes (birth, old age, disease and death) . This is the main practice of all reasonable people.

"Om anavritti shabda." The Vedas say, "When the sound comes through." This - the final conclusion of all Vedic philosophy and cosmogony. The only sound is able to purify our consciousness to a higher perception of reality.

Mechanism of Mantra Yoga
Modern science, which studies the phenomenon called SEMATIKOY. Interesting experiments on the conversion of a thin sound in the yantra can be seen here. All forms of this world come from the sound - especially vividly illustrated by the armor of turtles in roliike below:

Maha Mantra (Hare Krishna Maha Mantra)

Hare Krishna mantra, also known as the Maha Mantra ("Great Mantra") - Vaishnava mantra of the 16 words. It is believed that her hearing, chanting and chanting elevates the consciousness of the practitioner to the spiritual level. The practice of chanting Hare Krishna is rooted in the Vedic past.


Mahamantra Hare Krishna - the ancient Vedic mantra, first mentioned in the Yajur Veda (Kalisantarana-Upanishad). Popular in India, it was thanks to the Vaishnava saint Chaitanya Mahaprabhu in the XV-th century praised God through the chanting of this mantra. In the XX-th century mahamantra popularity has spread around the world thanks to Swami Prabhupada - founder of the "Society for Krishna Consciousness."

The text of the mantra

Hare Krishna Hare KrishnaKrishna Krishna Hare HareHare Rama Hare RamaRama Rama Hare Hare

Maha Mantra performed by Krishna Das and Sting

Meaning of the mantra

Many of the texts suggest that it is this mantra helps to remove all the obstacles of the current Iron Age (Kali Yuga), and to raise awareness of the practitioner to the highest levels. Mahamantra consists of 16 words - this is repeated three names of the Absolute: Hare Krishna Rama. The name "Krishna" means "Vseprivlekatelny", "Rama" - "all-good", "Hare" - an appeal to the aspect of energy, the female manifestation of the Absolute. Repetition mahamantra - this appeal to the Absolute is in these forms that embodies these qualities not only in the surrounding world, but also within the practitioner.

Kirtan - it is a natural function of the soul. Kirtan by nature joyful, as the flow of love, pouring out his soul, he gives the true eternal blessing.

Kirtan - a dynamic meditation based on the repetition of sacred sounds.
kirtt Sanskrit root meaning "to say something loud enough for others to hear." This is the main difference between the individual kirtan mantra meditation.

Kirtan - a joint practice of reciting various mantras, usually accompanied by traditional musical instruments and is sometimes accompanied by dancing.

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