Mantras and Forgiveness
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Many people are interested in mantras and how to use them. Some mantras, and some sounds used in them, don’t only belong to any one religion, but are shared by a variety of different religions. For example the Gayatri mantra, which originated from Hinduism, is often used by non-Hindus. An even more common example is the “Om” sound which is used in Buddhism, Hinduism and other religions.
The “Om” sound, and some mantras, have even come into more secular, non-religious use such as in some form of modern Yoga (some of which have lost their spiritual roots), and some meditation methods, owing to their effect of calming the mind. This is augmented by the fact that many of the sounds of mantras derive from ancient language of Sanskrit. The sounds from the Sanskrit language (the vowels and consonants) are said to have a direct positive effect on our inner constitution and therefore teachers of certain types of yoga teach Sanskrit mantras to their students even in a entirely secular context. Such teachers tend to encourage their students to use the original Sanskrit version of the mantra, rather than offering them a translated version in English, owing to the “enlightening” effect of the sounds of Sanskrit.
However, one of the most important elements of using mantras to calm the mind, relax the body, or to change our life circumstances, is our intention. What effect are we intending to have with the mantra? Therefore it could be said, if it is easier for someone to hold their intention clear in their mind, by using words in their native language, then that may well be a more effective form of mantra for them than one in Sanskrit.
Some mantras have specific purpose such as healing a specific health issue, attracting more money, finding a life partner, or getting a better job. Some mantras are more general and are aimed at creating better general health, or helping us feel more at peace or even helping us achieve enlightenment.
The Four Steps to Forgiveness is a new, modern, yet very powerful approach to mantras. In using it we work towards building a specific mantra, or affirmation, to help us forgive a particular issue. However, its effects go far beyond just helping us forgive that particular situation.
Using The Four Steps to Forgiveness helps make anything else we are doing to improve our life and circumstances, far more effective and more powerful. Imagine someone carrying a heavy rock everywhere they went. If they let go the rock everything they did from then on would be a lot easier. Most of us are carrying around heavy rocks without even being aware of it. Everything and everyone we have not forgiven is a heavy rock we carry. It weighs us down and makes life a struggle when it does not have to be.
Whatever form of mantra you like to use: Gayatri Mantra, Mahamrityunjaya Mantra, Om Namah Shivaya, Suresh Wadkar Gayatri Mantra, Hare Rama Hare Krishna, Ganesh Mantra, Or Even The Saraswati, Hanuman, Shiv, Surya, Maha Mrityunjaya, Tarak, Lakshmi, Hare Krishna, Kuber Mantras. Even if you just prefer to do simple Om Chating, you will find The Four Steps to Forgiveness very helpful in your practise.
Download your free copy of The Four Steps to Forgiveness using one of the free links on this page. Learn how to forgive so that you can let go off any “heavy rocks” you might be carrying. You can be free of the pain of the past. You can be fully happy and fully alive in this moment.
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By William Fergus Martin, Author: Forgiveness is Power.
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