Monday, August 4, 2014

Moola Mantra

The Moola Mantra is believed to give peace and joy. It has the power to transport one’s mind to a state of love and joy. It is regarded as a great devotional act and of great benefit to the seeker of truth and enlightenment. 

The Moola Mantra is a prayer that worships the great Creator and Liberator. It is a mantra of great spiritual power. It evokes the living God and asks protection and freedom from all sorrow and suffering. 

Even without chanting this mantra, just listening to it is believed to give peace. 

Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma 
Purushothama Paramatma 
Sri Bhagavathi Sametha 
Sri Bhagavathe Namaha 

Moola Mantra repeated on loop

Meaning of Moola Mantra 

Om—The primordial sound by which the whole Universe vibrates. This Divine sound has the power to create, sustain, and destroy; giving life and movement to all that exists. 

Sat—The all-penetrating Existence that is formless, shapeless, and omnipresent; it is the unmanifest experienced as the emptiness of the Universe. 

Chit—The infinite Pure Consciousness of the Universe 

Ananda—Bliss, love, and the true nature of the Universe 

Parabrahma—The Supreme Being in its Absolute aspect; the One who is beyond space and time. 

Purushothama—Purusha means Soul, and Uthama means the Supreme Spirit. It is the supreme energy force guiding us from the highest world. 

Paramatma—The indweller, the Antaryamin, who resides formlessly and is immanent in every creature and in all beings. 

Sri Bhagavathi—Female aspect of the Divine, which is characterised as the Supreme Intelligence in action, the Shakti Power. 

Same tha—Together within Sametha—“together" or "in communion with" 

Namaha—Salutation or prostration to the Universe 

The Power of Sound

“Sound and intelligence are synonyms. The sound frequencies or mantras have no beginning or end. They are as old as space and the Universe. Many ancient cultures discovered that the mind is made up of subtle energies, in the form of sound frequencies. Ninety percent of our mind is occupied by language-based activity. The mind has a sound pattern; the unconscious has a sound pattern. 

These sound frequencies, also known as mantras, are a part of the space energy (the others being earth, water, fire and air). When yogis talk about sounds, it is not the spoken sound they are referring to. Spoken sounds are the gross form of sounds that emerge from the unmanifest levels. The evolution of speech is as follows: first, there is a thought sound (thought also has a sound) called nada and paranada and the thought sound become speech sound.” 

1 comment:

  1. thx for this mantra....
    it would help me from my sufferings..