The definition of Mantra is a holy and sacred chant or prayer, used to harness higher vibrational frequencies to aid in spiritual growth, healing, and harmony.
Mantras are very powerful and can be used as an informal or formal meditation to aid in developing mindfulness and insight.
There are many mantras to choose from, and each of them have their own purposes and powers.
Some are used to cultivate inner peace and harmony. Some are used to harness material prosperity and abundance.
Some are great for vibrational sound therapy, and can have profound physical and mental healing capacity.
The most powerful Mantras are those that call upon the higher spiritual powers that create and maintain this Glorious Universe.
Mantras work through intention, thoughts, and vibrations; all of which are forms of energy.
Of all powers available to Mankind, Intention is the greatest. All form, be it thoughts, actions, words, or things arise from the Unmanifest, formless, infinite field of potentiality; Pure Consciousness. Intention is the primordial form of all creation. Nothing arises without Intention.
Everything in the Universe is a vibrational energy field. There are higher and lower levels of power to this energy field which correspond to the various levels of consciousness.
Mantras are used to tap your consciousness into the higher levels to aid in lifting the veil of separation and Illusion.
There is only one infinite field of Consciousness, and we are all one in that field. Our individual cognizance is an expression of the overall field.
Chanting Mantras with good intentions and sound devotion, will raise your level of consciousness, which benefits all of existence.
Choose a mantra and see for yourself. Salvation, Illumination, Liberation, and Enlightenment awaits you.
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