Sanskrit Mantras
for Enlightenment

Sanskrit Mantras are of great benefit to all spiritual seekers of Truth. Sanskrit is the original language, eternal, holy, and sacred.

The Great Hindu Vedas and Upanishads, where these mantras originate, are two of the truest volumes of knowledge ever written.

They're ancient teachings are finally being proven by modern science.

Quantum Physics has now proven that all of what we think of as solid matter is actually a vibrational energy frequency arising from consciousness.

The true substance of the Universe is Consciousness; The Vedas and Upanishads have been teaching this Truth for thousands of years.

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Keep in mind that all Truth is beyond Religion. Religion is separating, whereas truth and spirituality is unifying.

You don't have to be Hindu in order to benefit from its Truth. We are all human; every other label we place on ourselves is limiting, and separating.

The greatest spiritual masters and Avatars that ever lived all taught the same things. Religion, background, and culture had nothing to do with their teachings.

We are all one creation. There is only one infinite field of consciousness, and we are all part of this field.

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The Vedas and Upanishads were discarded as myth by western scholars merely because they were beyond their capacity to comprehend them.

In order to understand any spiritual truth, one must first have a burning desire for it.

Mantras can aid in your quest for Truth, which is Enlightenment. They are ancient, powerful, and holy.

Chant them with reverence, humility, and devotion.

Famous Sanskrit Mantras

  • The Gayatri Mantra is one of the best known in the Sanskrit tradition and has layers of Depth and Meaning. It is a mantra of healing on physical, mental, and spiritual planes.

  • Lord Shiva Mantras are of great benefit to all spiritual seekers of Enlightenment and Moksha. Meditation on Om Namah Shivaya is a great devotional act.

  • Ganesha Mantras are sacred chants to Lord Ganesha, one of the more beloved depictions of God in the ancient Hindu Religion. Ganesha is the son of Shiva and Parvati and is the Lord of success, and Destroyer of evils and obstacles.

  • Chanting Lord Vishnu Mantras is a great devotional act, and is of great benefit to the seeker of spiritual growth, truth, and Enlightenment. Lord Vishnu is an aspect of God in the ancient Hindu tradition and is the maintainer, and preserver of the creation we know as Universe.

  • Chanting the Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra is of great benefit to the seeker of Enlightenment. Maha Mrityunjaya is a sacred prayer to Lord Shiva for Salvation from spiritual death.

  • Chanting Saraswati Mantras is of great benefit to the seeker of Truth and Enlightenment. Goddess Saraswati is the Divine consort of Lord Brahma, the God of Creation in the Hindu Tradition.

  • Chanting Goddess Durga Mantras is very beneficial to the seeker of Enlightenment. The Divine Goddess Durga is one of the most beloved representations of God in the Hindu tradition.

  • Chanting Lord Hanuman Mantras is an excellent way to raise your level of consciousness and increase your capacity to understand spiritual Truth, which is necessary for Enlightenment.

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