There are different mantras for meditation with different sound levels, loud and spiritual. The spiritual is more effective. Nobody sat down to write mantras on how to compose songs. Mantras are energies that have always existed in the universe. They cannot be invented or destroyed. They were discovered and passed on by self-realized sages (Rishis) in the superconscious state. The science of mantras is very precise. The most important thing is that you should pronounce mantras correctly.
There are three types of mantras for meditation, namely mental repetition, whispering repetition, and audible repetition. The mental repetition is more powerful than loud mantra meditation. To avoid fatigue and counter monotony, repeat the mantra loudly for a while, then whisper and sometimes only mentally. Whenever tiredness comes, make loud mantra, take the prayer beads and move the pearls, or continue standing to control sleep. But always go back to spiritual repetition.
What is Mantra Meditation?
“Mantra” is a Sanskrit word which comes from two root syllables, namely “Man” and “Tra”.
“Man” means ” thinking”.
“Tra” means “leads to liberation “.
A mantra is what leads to liberation when your thinking stops with repetition of a mantra. So, every word and every syllable and every sentence that, if you think it over and over, leads to liberation, that is a mantra. Japa is the repetition of a mantra or a name of God.
Mantra has different meanings. Mantra means thinking tool, mantra is a verse from the Veda , mantra is a name for a Mahavakya , for a sacred word, for a prayer formula . Mantra also means a sound , a formula that, when used correctly, causes a development in consciousness . Mantra is often used as a direct expression of God’s and contains the core of one’s instructions of Master.
Classically, the mantras refer to ancient sound energies . The so-called ” Rishis “, the great masters, found the mantras. The mantras were experienced by the rishis in deep meditation. They are therefore charged with great power. The Rishis then passed this mantra on to their students . The students repeated the mantra and reached even the highest levels of consciousness . And so the students passed the mantra on to their students again. This is how the great mantras have been passed on to us from primeval times until today.
And to this day, mantra meditation is perhaps one of the most powerful meditation. Mantra meditation has the great advantage that even if the mind is not fully concentrated, you will be charged, because a mantra is also a mystical sound energy. Even if you only partially repeat the mantra and think about other things, the mantra that you repeat in the background gives you strength , energizes you.
Patanjali also says that repeating a mantra leads to enlightened introspection. In other words, if you think about something and repeat the mantra in between , you get a kind of enlightenment there, you experience a kind of Joy. You are experiencing a beautiful state of consciousness .
Components of Mantras for Meditation
There are 6 components of mantras for meditation:
1. Rishi: The master who found the mantra. When you repeat a mantra, you also connect with that rishi and with all the great masters in whose tradition you repeat the mantra.
2.Matra: The sound of the mantra, the sound structure. The sound of the mantra itself has an effect.
3.Bija: The essence of the mantra. The essence of the mantras that we repeat in yoga. Mantras lead you to God-realization, to the essence of being, to Bija.
3.Ishta Devata: The aspect of God associated with the mantra. Ishta is also called the beloved; Devata radiant and luminous. When you repeat a mantra, love arises there too. There is also a light and a glow. A mantra is also related to a certain form of glow and a form of love through which you can experience God.
4.Kilaka: Plug of the mantra, the closure. Because you have impurities yourself, repeating the mantra once will not lead you to realization. Therefore, you have to repeat the mantra often. Constant repetition of the mantra – Japa – helps to eliminate Kilaka.
6.Shakti: Shakti is the energy of the mantra, the divine energy of the mantra. Sometimes when you repeat the mantra you feel waves of shakti of energy within and through you. And ultimately this Shakti will lead you to enlightenment.
Levels of Mantra Repetition
If you repeat the mantra, you can also start with kirtana first, with chanting. Then you go to the Vaikari Japa, that is the loud repetition etc..Then whispering, then mentally, then you bring your consciousness more to the energy and the feeling and what is inside of light experience, in order to finally transcend all that , to really go into divine experience.
When you repeat the mantra, it goes through different levels:
- First there is the repetition of the mantra aloud ( Vaikari).
- There is the whispered repetition of the mantra (Upamshu).
- Sometimes it is followed by the mental repetition of the mantra, sometimes referred Manasika, Madhyama.
- Then the words of the mantra fall away and you may feel the energy of the mantra with a vision, which is then called pashyanti.
- Finally the feeling of energy and the vision also disappear and you go into Paramanand thus into God-realization.
Types of Mantras for Meditation
There are different types of mantras:
- There are the so-called moksha mantras that lead to liberation.
- When you have been initiated into the mantra it becomes a diksha mantra.
- When you have received initiation in the tradition of a teacher, it becomes a guru mantra.
- If you repeat a mantra from the Vedas, it is a Veda mantra
- Monosyllabic mantras are called the Bija mantra.
- Mantras that are related to certain deities are called Ishta mantras or Devata mantras.
- Mantras that are related to a certain aspect of God are called Saguna Mantras.
- Mantras without a concrete aspect of God are the so-called nirguna mantras.
- Verses from the Bhagavad Gita and other scriptures can also be used as mantra, these are called Shlokas.
- Shlokas, which are aimed at a certain god and are visualization aids, are called Dhyana Shloka.
- Veda parts associated with many mantras are called suktas.
Forms of Mantras for Meditation
There are different forms of mantras that can be recited:
- When you chant mantra, that is kirtan.
- When these kirtans become more complex they are also called bhajan.
- When you sing with others, it becomes sankirtan.
- If you keep chanting a mantra or a kirtan, it is Akhanda Kirtan .
- If you sing this with many others and do a procession where there are many in a row, then this is Nagar Kirtan, where a line forms.
- If a lot of people gather here, then it is a kirtan mela.
So there are many ways you can use mantras.
Perhaps most importantly repeat mantra for meditation , that is Japa. Repeat the mantra over and over again during the day to spiritualize every moment of the day.
Benefits of Mantras for Meditation
Mantra helps to calm the mind , and in higher levels of mantras for meditation the words of the mantra fall away. You enter the sound vibration where there is only silence . The vibration of the mantra merges with the cosmic vibration, and then you are in the highest level of consciousness.
Repeat the mantra with feeling, conscious of its meaning. Then you will notice the spiritual benefits. All mantras are equally powerful. You can achieve God’s realization with every mantra.
Repetition of mantra can bring the practitioner to the realization of his highest goal, even if he does not know the meaning of the mantra. Mantra of Meditation ultimately leads to samadhi, the superconscious state, to unity with God. A mantra must become habitual and exercised with a divine feeling, with purity, love and faith. You should know the meaning of the mantra to feel the essence of that mantra.
Mantras for meditation increase the power of the practitioner’s spiritual practice. It makes him morally and spiritually strong. Mantra changes the spiritual substance from the worldly to spirituality, from restlessness to purity and enlightenment. The name of God is an inexhaustible source of spiritual knowledge.
On the physical level, too, you can benefit a lot from repeating the mantra (Japa). The various organs and cells of the body are relaxed and energized. Toxins are removed from the body and the nervous system is relaxed. The lower emotions such as anger, greed, hatred and jealousy are resolved and replaced by pure qualities such as love, joy and compassion.
3 Basic Types of Mantras
1. Nirguna Mantras
Nirguna mantras are abstract, formless and without characteristics. Om, Soham are nirguna mantras.
2. Saguna Mantras
Mantra with characteristics and shape. Because a certain aspect of God corresponds to them, they are also called Ishta Mantras or Deity Mantra.
It is easier for most people to develop a relationship with a deity mantra. The deities symbolize the different aspects of the one God. The pure self, the soul, Atman, is without a name and without a form.
But since we feel mortal and limited and have short attention spans, it is usually too difficult to meditate with an abstract mantra. Therefore, we choose an aspect that suits us and with which we can establish a relationship through meditation.
Saguna mantras have Male aspects and Feminine aspects.
Male Aspect Mantras: Om Namah Shivaya (Shiva), Om Namo Narayanaya (Vishnu), Om Shri Ramaya Namah (Ram), Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya (Krishna).
Feminine Aspect Mantras: Om Shri Durgayai Namah (Durga), Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah (Saraswati), Om Shri Maha Lakshmyai Namah (Lakshmi), Om Shri Mahakalikayai Namah (Kali).
3. Bija Mantras
Bija mantras are monosyllabic mantras . Bija mantras are seed mantras, that is, they are particularly powerful. The longer mantras ultimately come from the Bija mantras.
For every aspect of God there is a Bija mantra. Bija Mantra is a sound, a mantra in which the essence is like the seed. For example, Saraswati’s Bija mantra is Aim . The Bija mantra of Shiva as well as Durga is Hrim . Bija mantra of Krishna as well as Lakshmi is Klim . Another Bija mantra from Saraswati is hem . A bija mantra from Lakshmi is Shrim . And the Bija mantra of Ganesha is Gam . Two other Bija mantras for Ganesha are Glaum and Glam .
Mantra Consecration (Mantra Diksha)
If you know the correct pronunciation, you can choose a mantra and meditate with it. However, in order to learn the correct pronunciation, to activate the power of the mantra and to make it vibrate, the mantra consecration can be helpful. In India, mantra ordination is usually obtained personally from a guru. Where this is not possible in the West, you can be initiated by someone who has repeated mantras for years and learned the ritual.
One should prepare for the mantra consecration: the best thing is to shower or bathe beforehand and put on clean, preferably white, clothing. Traditionally, you bring fruit, flowers and a donation (in the envelope) for the initiator. The initiation itself is a small ritual for us, in which the energy of Master is called with mantras, the third eye is stimulated with powders of sacred plants, the mantra is explained and the power of the mantra is awakened in loud and spiritual repetition.
Mantra consecration is like lighting a fire. If the mantra is not repeated regularly, the spiritual fire will go out again. On the other hand, if you repeat the mantra regularly, it is like putting new wood on your spiritual fire that gets bigger and bigger.
How to do Mantra Meditation
Sit down in a lotus or cross-legged position. Keep your head, neck and trunk in a straight line. Spread a four-fold blanket on the floor and place a soft, white cloth over it. Focus gently on the heart center or the space between your eyebrows. This gives you a wonderful concentration. The eyes should be closed, the senses withdrawn. One should concentrate exclusively on the mantra.
The longer the mantra meditation takes, the more power the student gains. He becomes like a yogi full of health, wealth, well-being, knowledge and power. He gets everything he wants. You can also practice mantra meditation at night. The nightly practice is even more powerful and brings faster results than during the day. At night the mind is calm and free from worldly influences. Therefore, all nightly practices are more powerful and leave a stronger impression on the mind.
Some concentrate with their eyes open, others with their eyes closed, and others with their eyes half open. If you meditate with your eyes closed, no dust particles or foreign objects can get into your eyes. Some students who interfere with light and reflexes prefer to concentrate with their eyes open. If you meditate with your eyes closed, you may soon be overwhelmed by sleep. If beginners try to concentrate with their eyes open, there is a risk that the mind will wander to external objects.
In the transitions of the times of the day, at sunrise and sunset, there is a very special, mysterious spiritual power and energy. At this time, concentration comes by itself, without effort. Japa should be practiced especially at these times. Since there is always some kind of drowsiness at the beginning, it is good to do a few yoga exercises and breathing exercises for at least five minutes at the beginning to dispel the tiredness. The lotus position , half lotus position, svastikasana, cross-legged position or heel position are recommended as postures for mantra meditation.
The mantra is repeated with the feeling and the inner attitude that the Lord lives within, that purity flows from God into the spirit, that the mantra purifies the heart and extinguishes desires, desires and bad thoughts. One should not practice Japa in a hurry. Practice slowly, with feeling, punctuality of mind, and focused devotion. Say the mantra clearly, clearly and flawlessly. Do not repeat it too quickly and not too slowly. Only increase the speed when the mind begins to wander.
If a prayer chain (mala) is used for the mantra meditation, then do not use the index finger to count the beads. Take your thumb, middle and ring fingers. The prayer beads consist of 108 pearls. One of them is slightly larger than the others. It is called Meru and indicates that a mantra has been repeated 108 times. When you’ve counted a prayer chain, turn it over and go back without crossing Meru, the great pearl of the prayer chain. Cover your hand with a clean cloth.
15 Best Mantras for Meditation
This is the original mantra. The Bible says “In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and the Word was God”. This word is Om, the primordial sound from which all other sounds emerge. Om actually consists of three letters AUM. Om represents all trinities (trinity) and what transcends them: creation-preservation-destruction, past-present-future, physical body-astral body-causal body, etc. Om therefore stands for the all-encompassing unity , the cosmic consciousness that merges with everything.
Singing Om promotes the harmony between body and mind, which is necessary for yoga practice and helps you to concentrate better on the exercises. It allows you to be more conscious of your body and mind while you are doing the exercises.
OM is considered to be the universal sound of creation. All the letters of the Sanskrit alphabet developed from it. OM consists of the three sounds A, U and M, which encompass the full range of sounds possible for the human voice . The sound oscillation when singing OM begins in the navel with the sound O and is slowly pulled up to the sound M up to the point that swings in the third eye (point between the eyebrows) and extends further to the vertex.
Practice of OM
Sit cross-legged on the yoga mat . You can sit on a firm pillow or a rolled up blanket. Keep your spine upright and your eyes closed. Take a few deep breaths before you begin. Then slowly sing OM three times. If no one can fool you into singing Om, practice long relaxed humming on the same note a few times. Gradually add a wide and open O sound before the hum. Finish with an extended M-sound. Sing Om for 15-30 minutes.
Effects of Singing Om
Singing or reciting Om brings the body into harmonious vibrations. You can easily try this out yourself: Sing Om very slowly. First you feel the vibration in your stomach , chest , heart and lower spine . Then you will feel the vibration in your throat , in your middle and upper spine. Then you feel the sound in your forehead and back of your head . And finally you feel the crown area and the space above it.
The chanting of Om leads to inner peace and helps to joy . Singing Om for 5-10 minutes can get you out of depressed moods . The chakras are stimulated, which you feel as a pleasant pulsation in the stomach, chest, throat, spine, forehead and crown. The energy field , the aura , the prana are expanded. You feel that as a feeling of connection, of space, yes of love . Singing Om is one of the easiest ways to have a transcendent experience.
2.Soham: The Mantra of Mantras
Soham is a very powerful mantra that you can use daily in your meditation.
What does it mean? “Soham” translates as “I am He, I am Brahman.”
“So” means “He”. “Aham” means “I”.
This is the greatest of all Mantras. This is the Abheda-Bodha-Vakya that expresses the identity of the Jiva or individual soul with Brahman, the Supreme Being. This Mantra appears in the Isavasya Upanisad: “Sohamasmi.”
“Soham” is nothing other than OM. Remove the consonants S and H from Soham and you have OM. “Soham” is OM, or the modified Pranava.
Some prefer “Soham” to OM, because they find it more convenient and easy to associate with the breath. In addition, it is not necessary to make any effort to do Japa – repetition – of this Mantra. Just concentrating on the breath, observing only the breath, is enough.
Meditation on “Soham” is the same as meditation on OM.
Some repeat a compound Mantra: Hamsah-Soham-Soham Hamsah.
Before you practice Soham Dhyana or meditation, you must practice the doctrine of Neti-Neti (not this, not this). You must deny the body and the other Koshas – wrappings – repeating: “Naham Idam Shariram” – “Aham Etat Na”. “I am neither the body, nor the mind, nor the Prana. I am He, I am He, Soham, Soham. “
Repeat this Mantra mentally. You have to feel with all your soul that you are the all-pervading, omnipotent and blissful Brahman. This is important; Only then can you realize all the benefits of meditation or Japa from this Mantra. Mechanical repetition won’t do you much good, although it does have its own benefits. But the greatest benefits can only be realized by feeling. The feeling is self-realization.
If the intellect tries to feel: “I am Brahman, I am omnipotent” and the Chitta tries to feel: “I am a court official; I’m weak; I am helpless Where can I find money to support my family? Realization is not possible.
You have to destroy all wrong samskaras or wrong impressions, all imaginations, all weaknesses, superstitions and vain fears.
Even when you are in the jaws of a tiger, you must loudly shout, “Soham, Soham, Soham.” Only then are you a true Vedantin.
Even if you have nothing to eat, even if you are unemployed, you must say with force: “Soham, Sobam, Soham.”
Pierce the veil of ignorance; tear the five wrappers.Even during sleep the repetition of Soham continues by itself. Look closely at the breath and you will realize it: When you inhale with the syllable “So”, When you exhale with the syllable “Ham”.
This is called Ajapa-Mantra because it is done without moving the lips while breathing. Repeat “So” mentally when you inhale and “Ham” mentally when you exhale.
Practice this for two hours in the morning and in the afternoon. If you can do it for ten hours, so much the better. You have to practice meditation twenty-four hours when you advance on the path.
OM is the Soul of breath. Delete “Ha” and replace it with “I”; Soham will become “So I am”. If you focus on the breath, you will notice that it gradually becomes slower and slower as the concentration deepens. Gradually the repetition of Soham will cease when there is deep concentration. The mind will become very calm; you will feel happy.
You will finally become one with the Supreme Being.
3. Om Mani Padme Hum
Om Mani Padme Hum is the best known mantra in Buddhism. It is a mantra of compassion that awakens the intuition.
According to the teachers of Tibetan Buddhism, the entire set of Buddha’s teachings is contained in this mantra.
Om Mani Padme Hum is not a phrase that can be literally translated into any language, but we can define it poetically as: “Adoration to the jewel in the lotus of my heart.”
It should be recited with the heart in meditation, worshiping our being, worshiping that “jewel” that dwells in our heart. The Tibetan teacher Patrul Rinpoche defines this mantra as follows:
“The Om Mani Padme Hum mantra is easy to say but very powerful, because it contains the essence of all the teachings.” Each of its syllables allows us to achieve perfection in six areas.
When you say the first syllable Om, it is blessed to help you in the practice of generosity. Ma helps perfect the practice of pure ethics. Ni to achieve perfection in the practice of tolerance and patience. Pad, the fourth syllable, allows you to achieve perfection in perseverance. Me makes it easier to practice concentration. The sixth and last syllable Hum helps you to achieve perfection in the practice of wisdom.
In this way, reciting the mantra helps to achieve perfection in all six practices, from generosity to wisdom. The path of the six perfections is the path followed by the Buddhas of all times.
The asatoma is a mantra that belongs to the Brihad araniaka upanishad, which is one of the oldest within the nearly 150 holy books of Hinduism, which were written in the Sanskrit language around the 5th century BC.
The meaning of the asatoma is so wide and deep that it is difficult to translate it into language in simple words, that is why it is very important to sing it in Sanskrit with the vibration of that ancient language so that it conserves the original energy with which it was created.
This mantra leads you to understand the finite nature of all things in this world, the impermanence of both material objects and bodies. That is why we ask to be led to the true Reality, to the Being, which is the only permanent and imperishable thing.
Then we ask to be led from darkness to light, that is, from ignorance to knowledge. Ignorance darkens understanding, and we believe that we are just a body that tends to perish, and by obtaining the light of knowledge we will know that we are much more than that.
Finally, we ask to be led from death to immortality, to remember that death does not exist, that we are immortal spiritual beings living a human experience, that we must awaken from this illusion of believing ourselves to be a vulnerable and perishable body to live what we really are: eternal beings of pure and unconditional love.
5. The Gayatri mantra, mantra of compassion
The mantra-upasana (worship mantra), known as Veda Gayatri or Syrya Gayatri, is the “measure and emblem” of all mantras.
The Gayatri Mantra is found in the Rik Veda, and indicates the need for compassionate liberation, to turn on the light with light, to deliver the flame of knowledge to those who do not possess it, the light of knowledge to whom is blinded by darkness. of ignorance.
How is this mantra chanted?
The mantra is made up of four statements in Sanskrit:
OM BHUR BHUVAH SVAHA
TAT SAVITUR VARENIYAM
BHARGO DEVASYA DHIMAHI
DHIYO YO NAH PRACHODAYAT
Gayatri Mantra Translates as
“We meditate on the glory of that Ishwara (God)
who created the physical, astral and causal universe,
who is the highest self,
who is worthy of worship,
who is the embodiment of knowledge and light,
who is all sins and ignorance removed.
May He enlighten our intellect. “
Since the Gayatri mantra has a special meaning for the Hindus, it should be listed here for the sake of completeness. The sacred Indian scriptures say: Nothing is more sublime than the Gayatri; the proclamation of the highest truth is more valuable than silence. Whoever repeats this sacred text daily for three years without negligence will approach the divine being and become shapeless and free like air. All of Gayatri’s words should be pronounced slowly, untamelled and pure.
Translation of Gayatri Mantra
OM: The most important mystical syllable of all and the mantra from which all mantras come and which in turn presides over their composition. OM is the affirmation of Unity of all that exists with the energy from which this universe and all existence comes, the consciousness of all living entities and the unity of all the powers and attributes of the Being both manifest, unmanifest and transcendent. OM should not be translated.
TAT: It is a mystical particle rich in deep meaning and especially within the Vedanta philosophy (Vedanta = Ultimate Knowledge, that of the Self). The sacred scriptures of the Veda declare when it refers to the Absolute and Supreme Divinity in many ways depending on the attributes and aspects in which it manifests itself, but when it has to mention it as a unifying principle of everything in everything and more of everything, it states it as “TAT”, that is to say “THAT”.
OM-THAT is this world, -the manifest-, the subtle and the celestial -which is beyond all- THAT is, The Sovereign Lord -which manifests himself in the luminous and illuminating principle of the power of the Sun-, THE most Exalted -which contains the power of all the Gods- We meditate on -ESO- God -Absolute- Light -conferring wisdom, bliss and liberation- -May THAT- inspire and promote the illumination of our understanding -and conscience- “
OM: Affirmation of the Unity of all that exists with existence itself, from the manifest to the unmanifest, the visible and the invisible, the living entity, the universe and The Lord of the Universe, the divine powers of manifestation, preservation and destruction of existence. The nature of Being (Divinity).
BHUHR: The manifest world of corporeal beings.
BHUVAH: The subtle and unmanifest world of astral beings.
SVAHA: The heavenly world abode of the Gods.
TAT: THAT, THAT, THE, The Supreme Absolute.
SAVITUR: The manifesting Principle of enlightenment that acts immanently through the Sun that gives life and transcendently through the Soul that gives consciousness.
VARENYAM: THE most exalted, which contains the power of the gods.
BHARGO: The light that grants wisdom and understanding.
DEVASYA: The God of the Gods, THE Absolute God.
DHIMAHI: Let us meditate, letting the consciousness flow.
DHIYO: THE intellect that allows understanding.
YONAH: That bestows his power.
PRACHODAYAT: Inspire enlightenment.
6. Om Namah Shivaya
Shiva represents the universal force of destruction in which all being ends and from which it begins again. He thus represents the transformation of our lower nature into divine energy.
He is usually portrayed as a yogi in meditation with a trident in his hand, surrounded by snakes. The snakes represent the lower powers that normally threaten us. If they are sublimated by yoga practice, they become harmless and serve as an ornament for the yogi.
This mantra is particularly suitable for more introverted people who are drawn to meditation in loneliness.
7. Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha
This is a mantra that you repeat at the beginning of all activities, so it also belongs to the Avahana mantras. It is a mantra that can be repeated to help overcome obstacles. Whenever you see obstacles anywhere, whenever you encounter obstacles, you can repeat this mantra and overcome obstacles. It is also a mantra when you want to start something new and want to get strength, enthusiasm and joy to start something new.
If you know something new is coming up, but you have concerns and you do not know how it will be, then you can repeat this mantra, “Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha”.
It is also a Dhyana Moksha mantra, that is, a mantra that can be used for meditation, a mantra that can be used to attain enlightenment, a mantra that can be used for initiation.
8. Om Namo Narayanaya
In mythology, Vishnu is the preserver of the universe. It represents the forces of kindness, justice and mercy. It symbolizes the all-pervading power that the universe and the cosmic order receive.
This mantra is particularly suitable for people who want to improve the state of the world, have a protective, helping nature and are willing to take responsibility.
9. Om Shri Ramaya Namah
“Greetings to Rama” – In mythology, Rama is Vishnu’s seventh incarnation. Its purpose was to restore justice to the world. Rama is always represented with his bow (with which he protects the good and annihilates the demons). Next to him are often his consort Sita (nature) and his admirer Hanuman (the monkey god, who represents the human spirit, which can be brought under control through devotion to God and repetition of mantra). Rama teaches through his personal example how to live an ideal life in the world. He is the perfect person in every respect, as son, brother, friend, ruler, husband, father. The great epic “Ramayana” of the wise Valmiki is the story of the incarnation of Rama on earth.
This mantra is particularly suitable for people who want to spiritualize everyday life, to spiritualize one’s job, to spiritualize family life.
10. Maha Mantra of Ram
The Maha Mantra
11. Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya
In mythology, Krishna is the eighth incarnation of Vishnu. His goal was to restore justice. Krishna represents joy, joy and seeing God in everything. He was also the teacher of the Bhagavad Gita.
This mantra is particularly suitable for cheerful and / or devoted people.
12. Om Shri Durgayai Namah
Durga represents the ideal of maternal love. Durga is shown riding a tiger, smiling and with various weapons in his hands. This symbolizes that she protects her children, but also educates and reprimands them if necessary. She is the consort (the energy aspect) of Shiva.
This mantra is particularly suitable for people who see God as a mother or who have a motherly temper.
13. Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah
In mythology, Saraswati is the goddess of eloquence, wisdom, scholarship, music and the fine arts. It is represented with a white sari (Indian robe) and with the vina (stringed instrument) and looks very calm and peaceful. She is the consort of Brahma, the creator.
Artistic and creative people are usually attracted to this mantra.
14. Om Shri Maha Lakshmyai Namah
Lakshmi is the goddess of beauty, abundance and wealth. Like a mother, she gives everything that living things on earth need. On the spiritual level, it represents the accumulation of positive character traits and prana. She is the consort of Vishnu, the sustainer.
This mantra is particularly suitable for people who also see God (the goddess) in the beauty of the manifest universe, as well as those who see the meaning of their life in giving and sacrificing for others.
15. Om Shri Mahakalikayai Namah
Kali, the black goddess, appears fearsome, but is gentle and kind to her admirers. But it requires absolute dedication. This mantra is only suitable for a small minority.