Mantra Mastery MRR Ebook

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1:
Chapter 2:
Types of Mantras
Chapter 3:
The Role of Mantras
Chapter 4:
Guidelines for Using Mantras
Chapter 5:
Mantra Therapy
Chapter 6:
Simple Mantras That You Can Use
Wrapping Up

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Chapter 2:

An Overview of the Types of Mantras

There are different types of mantras that are normally used for different purposes. In this chapter, you will get to learn about the different categories of mantras used in traditional an also modern times.

– What are the main categories of mantras?
– What are different mantras used for? It is very important to know what specific mantras mean before attempting to use them.

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Mantras are normally classified according to four major categories. There are mantras categories according to their origin, quality and their meanings.

Quality Mantras

There are three main classes under the quality mantras. These are sattvic mantras, Rajasic mantras and tamasic mantras.

Tammasic mantras refer to negative mantras that are used in harming others; a person may use this mantra to bring down real or perceived enemies. These mantras may harm a person’s personal life or business. For instance, a person may use these kinds of mantras to ensure that a business rival is pushed out of business by bad omen. They may also use the mantras to gain something like a love interest. For instance, if someone wants a wife of someone else they may use these mantras to ensure that they get rid of the husband so as to get the wife. Tammasic mantras are commonly used by selfish people who don’t care much about the repercussions. They don’t care whether they destroy a person or even kill him. The use of black magic and voodoo is common with this kind of mantras.

Sattavic mantras are used for spiritual purposes. They can be used to enrich a person’s spirituality. These mantras are also used to make one in tune with the universe. They connect a person to the forces of nature. They also make a person’s faith much stronger. Sattavic mantras can connect one to gods or goddesses. This helps in the spiritual uplifting of a person. It also helps them in invoking divinity in different aspects of their lives.

Rajasic mantras are normally used for individual materialistic goals. These mantras can help someone gain wealth and prosperity. They also help in ensuring that a person is successful in any area of their lives. There are also people who use these mantras to help them conceive. Students may also use the Rajasic mantras to help them excel academically.

Origin Mantras

These mantras are normally classified into four main categories. These include upnishadic, vedic, tantric and puranic.

Trantic Mantras

These mantras originate from the Tranta Granthi. They are only effective if chanted with faith and belief. A person who lacks faith in the mantras will not get the intended results. Once a person recites the mantras in faith, they are able to feel the effects almost immediately after the recitations. These are normally felt in form of vibrations. Sometimes, a person may feel the effects even during the recitations. Also instead of vibrations, some sensations may also be experienced by the recitor. These powerful mantras are available in Hindu languages or other local languages. Aghor mantras are an example of tantrics. Another example is the sabri mantras.

Puranic Mantras

This category of mantras may be chanted by everyone including women. They are very general in nature and can function as daily prayers. They normally help individuals to learn the art of positive thinking. They make people feel good about themselves and their surroundings. They are also very effective as stress relievers. These mantras can work for anyone who commits to them. They have to be chanted in a very clear voice and sincerity. If your heart isn’t pure and if you aren’t honest, these mantras may not work for you. These puranic mantras can be chanted early in the morning or in the evening according the individual’s preferences and opportunity.

Vedic Mantras

These are considered as being very sacred. They are normally chanted as praises for the vedic god. These mantras are also used in weddings and marriages in order to symbolize the sacred union. They also represent the bond between the people reciting them. They also invoke the blessing of the god upon the people using the mantras. These mantras can also be used for thanksgiving. They offer thanks to the gods for different things .For instance, people recite them as a thanksgiving prayer for prosperity and also happiness. These effective mantras have a range of results on the people who use them. They tend to be happier and more successful in life.

Upnishadic Mantras

These mantras normally contain a deep spirituality connection with the vedic god. They represent deep spiritual facts and truths. These mantras declare the truths about the individual souls. They also talk of the truths about the supreme souls of the gods.

Meaning Mantras

These mantras are usually divided into two main categories. These are Saguna mantras and Nirguna mantras.

Saguna mantras refer to special chants that are meant to invoke a god, goddess or a deity. After repeated chants a person is able to visualize this. Continuing to chant will make these visualizations turn into a reality and the god, goddess or dainty may be realized in real life. One example of these mantras is the salutation to Lord Shiva, this is called Om Namah Shivoy. There are also special chants for the god of harmony and balance. These are called Om Nam Narayanaaya. There is also the Gayatri mantra offered to the goddess called Gayatri to invoke the sun and light in life.

There are specific mantras that can be used to invoke gods and goddesses into a person’s life.

On the other hand Nirguna mantras don’t represent any god, goddess or even objects. These mantras represent the whole universe. When performing or chanting these mantras you have to be able to focus your mind completely. You also have to do this without focusing on any objects or forms. This requires a lot of mind control. This can be achieved with a lot of practice. Once you master this skill, you can use these mantras to be one with the universe. Examples of this mantra include the Om and so ham. The later directly translates to “I am that”. It means that the chanter is that person who is not restricted by anything in the world or the spiritual realms but rather with the universe.

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