Mantra

mantra

  • Thought or intention expressed as sound. Thus the word mantra denotes “prayer”, “hymn”, “spell”, “counsel”, and “plan”. In yogic context, mantra stands for numinous phonemes that may or may not have communicable meaning. A mantra is a mantra by virtue of its having been communicated in an initiatory setting. Every mantra is associated with a particular invisible power or deity.
  • Sacred syllable or word, or set of words through the repetition and reflection of which one attains perfection.

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    General Introduction to Tantra Yoga – Part 2
    An Unified Theory Of Consciousness – Part 4
    Gregorian Bivolaru – On Consecration
    The Subtle Breathing. Part 2
    The Program Of The International Spiritual Yogic Camp, Costinesti 2003
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    Tripura Bhairavi. Part 4
    Special Tantric Techniques – Part 1
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    The Subtle Breathing. Part 2
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    Special Tantric Techniques – Part 1
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    Tara. Part 3
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    Chinnamasta. Part 5
    An Unified Theory Of Consciousness – Part 4
    Vira Shaivism. Part 2