Mantras: Buddhist Mantras, Hindu Mantras, Jain Mantras, Daimoku, Mantram Handbook, N Lakantha Dh Ran, Soham, Gayatri Mantra, Om

 
9781156526767: Mantras: Buddhist Mantras, Hindu Mantras, Jain Mantras, Daimoku, Mantram Handbook, N Lakantha Dh Ran, Soham, Gayatri Mantra, Om

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 41. Chapters: Buddhist mantras, Hindu mantras, Jain mantras, Daimoku, Mantram Handbook, N?lakantha dh?ran?, Soham, Gayatri Mantra, Om, Shurangama Mantra, Om mani padme hum, Hare Krishna, Namokar Mantra, Shanti Mantra, Pranava yoga, Tae eul ju, Vedic chant, Japa, Sitatapatra, Om Namah Shivaya, Shiva mahimna stotram, Bhaktamara Stotra, Neti neti, Saraswati Vandana Mantra, Akasagarbha, Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, Shiken haramitsu daikoumyo, Om Tat Sat, Upsargahara Stotra, Dwadashaakshar, Richa, Mangal Ashtaka, Saraswathi Shloka, 136.1 Hz. Excerpt: A mantra is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that is considered capable of "creating transformation" (cf. spiritual transformation). Their use and type varies according to the school and philosophy associated with the mantra. Mantras (Devan?gar? ??????) originated in the Vedic tradition of India, later becoming an essential part of the Hindu tradition and a customary practice within Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism. The use of mantras is now widespread throughout various spiritual movements which are based on, or off-shoots of, the practices in the earlier Eastern traditions and religions. The aum syllable is considered a mantra in its own right in Vedanta mysticism.In the context of the Vedas, the term mantra refers to the entire portion which contains the texts called Rik, Yajuh or Sama, that is, the metrical part as opposed to the prose Brahmana commentary. With the transition from ritualistic Vedic traditions to mystical and egalitarian Hindu schools of Yoga, Vedanta, Tantra and Bhakti, the orthodox attitude of the elite nature of mantra knowledge gave way to spiritual interpretations of mantras as a translation of the human will or desire into a form of action. For the authors of the Hindu scriptures of the Upanishads, the syllable Aum, itself constituting a mantra, represents Bra...

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