Category Archives: Chanting
To have self-protection, chant the mantra, “OM JOOM SAHA SAHA JOOM OM”.
After chanting this mantra for some time you have to intend that it forms a protective shield around the aura for the next twenty-four hours of that person.
Outermost layer of the aura is in gold color, and this mantra also produces gold color.
This mantra is a divine protection and it protects us from evil eye. It is also called divine armor.
It is also good mantra for fear. Saha removes fear. It will remove even fear of death. When you go out or someone in your house goes out, you can chant this mantra and affirm “be active in the outermost layer of so and so for the next 24 hours, by giving necessary divine protection.”
Joom increases one’s immunity and vitality. Jha word is Lord Vishnu’s word. The power of Vishnu is given in the word Joom.
Protection eye: http://wp.me/ptUKY-7K
Om Howm Vum Joom Saha: http://wp.me/ptUKY-4g
The mantra “Ravi Kiran Ruchi Karan Paripooranan” heals Tamo guna, i.e., laziness, lethargy, and procrastination.
Stability in office
This mantra is for stability. When you are not sure of the position in the office or when you are afraid you will be transferred, this mantra will help.
To open the eyes of one, who is going on wrong path, this mantra can be used.
Loss in business
This mantra is also for abundance. That is, it will stop the loss. If we keep chanting this, for any loss-making business, it will stem the loss. Then profitability would start coming and business will become stable.
Going on the wrong path
Question: When someone is going on wrong path, can we chant for the person – to open their eyes? Can we just say their name and chant this for them?
Yes, that is right. That is all we can do. Or you can also chant over a glass of water and give to that person.
This mantra is based on Bhagavat Geetha, 16th chapter, 23rdSloka. Though, you cannot find this meaning in any of the commentaries. This is the mantra that makes a person go on the right path.
In this world you can’t eliminate anybody – that’s the rule
If there is a war maker there is a peacemaker.
If there is violence there has to be non-violence.
I want you, as I need you. In addition, I don’t want somebody else, as I don’t need them.
Where there is a snake there is a peacock. Where there is a lion there is a cow. However, all are inside us.
How to balance yourself in spite of bipolarity?
Balance leads to polarity. If there is conflict between two then there is bipolarity.
We don’t want lion, but we become a lion in some place.
When we want to end violence, we wage a war. To kill terrorists, we send an army. We use violence to kill violence.
How it is happening?
How to make sure this doesn’t happen?
We have to accept what we don’t like as one day you may dislike what you like today.
In the same way, what we don’t want today, may be wanted tomorrow.
How to fix this behaviour of our mind as it’s easy to talk but difficult to follow?
Whenever I am in state of sadness, when I fear, when we feel helpless…then I am not able to do anything. This is the time we need to chant the mantra, “HARE RAMA HARE KRISHNA”.
Then we will understand that we need everything in this world and that we need both theists and atheists, and so on.
On this most auspicious Gurupoornima, please accept our deep felt gratitude for guiding us out of several critical situations in life. We sailed through them as if we were protected by the Divine grace. Thank you!
Last month, I mentioned that we were concerned about meeting the monthly expenses without my husband’s pay.
I continued to write the switch words, “DIVINE FIND COUNT” every day, In addition, we were chanting the mantra, “OM GAM GANAPATHAYAE NAMAHA”.
Much to our surprise, my husband’s former employer deposited a pay check in the account, to pay for this unused leave. We also received a tax refund, much to our surprise.
Thank you so much for your time and consideration.
The mantra “OM GAM GANAPATHAYAE NAMAHA” will stabilize the Basic Chakra and one will get money.
I have severe shoulder pain both sides.
Now, I searched your posts. I found “GHAM’ mantra. I just chanted it for few minutes. My pain is gone really.
Thank you very much.
I was reading some article. Then felt the pain in my right hand wrist as well as near the wrist.
I searched Naran’s blogs for right wrist pain and got the mantra “GHAM”.
I chanted for few minutes and the pain is almost gone…thank you.
Remaining silent is meditation
Meditation is an experience that no body can teach you. Neither can we go to deep into meditation suddenly as it’s a practice and a habit that is formed over a period of time.
Meditation means, to remain silent. Though, thoughts keep appearing. If any thought is present then it’s not meditation.
How to remain thoughtless? How to remain silent in spite of thoughts? Mind can cling to picture or a mantra.
Do we have a mantra for silence? There is no mantra for silence.
However, there is a technique to create silence.
The technique is as follows…
- When a thought comes don’t resist it. Say inside you, ‘this is my thought’. Thus, you disassociate yourself from the thought.
- Then ask the question to yourself, ‘Can I let go this thought?’ It will go. You can also say “release”. Then it will go. Now there will be at least a one second gap between two thoughts. This is equivalent to one hour of meditation. In general, we never have a gap between thoughts as we might have ten thoughts in one second.
- If you do not want the “let go” step, then form your own mantra or word. When we say that mantra, we create a gap between the thoughts.
- When a thought comes, interrupt it with the mantra and you will become silent. When another thought comes, say the mantra once again.
The silence thus formed in between chanting the mantra is meditation.
Pranic and physical bodies has to be in coordination
Our pranic body and physical body have to be in coordination. Otherwise, we can’t meditate.
If we regulate our breathing pattern or do pranayama then they will be in coordination. This is because both breathing and prana have the same origin. When breathing is regulated, prana is regulated too.
Pranic body has to be clear of impurities
When the pranic body is clean, then the meditation can be done successfully.
Why so much impurities in the Pranic field? It’s due to the mind. Our own sadness and worries create these impurities.
With the help of pranayama, one can clear these impurities.
How to acquire a good breathing pattern?
- When you meditate, place the index finger at the base of the thumb on both the hands. Breathing will get deeper and you could meditate properly, as shallow breathing spoils the meditation.
- Don’t take the index finger straight away move your finger to the base of the thumb. First touch the tip of thumb with the index finger. Then after some time, move the index finger to the middle of the thumb, and finally to the base of the thumb.
- Don’t do it mechanically. Feel the breath with a conscious awareness.
- Observing your breathing is also a good way to meditate. This is part of meditation known as Vipasana meditation.
Do the space meditation now
- After learning to breathe well, do the space meditation.
- Be aware of the space between the chair you are sitting and the wall in front of you. Don’t look at the wall. Instead look at the space between you and the wall.
- This is known as ‘Space Meditation’.
- Keep the eyes open throughout.
Bach Flower Remedies as Aids to Meditation
- The Bach flower remedy WHITE CHESTNUT helps to remove our thoughts
- CHESTNUT BUD not to have any distractions
- WILLOW if you think one person or the other is bothering you
Chanting mantra during meditation
It’s nature of our mind to cling to something. You can choose a mantra to do that. After sometime you should be able to say goodbye to it. Mantra by itself is not divine.
Chanting means constantly thinking about a word, which is a mantra. Ultimately that also should go.
When it will go? We don’t know. May be, it’s not in this Janma.
Even after chanting OM HAM NAMAHA for a week, if there is no improvement or there is no movement, then to come out of the problem, chant HOOM KSHAM.
You can also chant this mantra with breathing. When you say HOOM exhale and inhale while chanting SHAM.
When you say HOOM the darkness will go out, that is the one that is surrounding the problem.
Sham means light, and the light should come to the third eye (Buddhi – intelligence). SHAM is the Bija mantra for third eye.
When the darkness goes out, light comes in or when the light comes in darkness goes out.
This is a solution finder.
In this usage of HOOM KSHAM mantra, the only disadvantage is that we do not know what solution will come.
The solution will come but since we could not identify the same because either we carelessly leave or simply neglect it.
The divine ways are different. We may think that the solution may not be so simple and therefore we may neglect.
Unfortunately, the one which you may neglect be the right solution for you. Therefore, we have to be careful when you get the solution by chanting this mantra.
In addition, we always think that the problem is insurmountable.
Therefore, we must observe keenly and particularly and work on what is simple.