Finding inner peace through the Mantra

Finding inner peace through the Mantra

Inner peace is a concept that every man should seek. And those who have reached it, like Prem Rawat for example, work every day to share it with the world. Domestic prayer has only advantages and benefits everyone, at any age and for any situation. And like Prem Rawat's shares of inner peace, there are also various other ways to find it, including the Mantra. Know more about him :

What is the Mantra?

Mantra is a Sanskrit (Hindu) word which means "to protect the spirit". A mantra is a series of syllables or words that are repeated many times. The ancestral cultures of India, Tibet and China associated it with a daily practice to calm down, purify and rise spiritually.

For several thousand years, Tibetan medicine has used mantras to rebalance the energies of the body. This improves problems such as depression, emotional disorders, addictions, dysfunction of different systems of the body, organs, etc. The deep meaning of the mantra is to open and develop Vishuddha, the throat chakra. Vishuddha is associated with the blue color which represents space.

By promoting the energetic circulation of this chakra, we arrive at a better self-knowledge. Thanks to this, we easily express our inner truth, our feelings, our thoughts and our opinions. We develop our power of communication, expression and creativity.

Listen to the natural sound of the mind

To enter into the recitation of a mantra, specialists advise to start by ringing a Tibetan bell using a vajra. The Tibetan bell symbolizes emptiness, feminine energy and wisdom. Emptiness manifests in space. The vajra represents immobility, masculine energy, compassion and method. When the vajra hits the bell, it's like hearing the "highest level of gasoline" sound.

By focusing on sound, we experience a state of inner peace. It's about being filled with sound and listening to our sensations, welcoming them and recognizing them: How does the sound vibrate in us? What is the resonance of this dialogue of the body with the sound vibration?

In practice, you start by ringing the bell using the vajra for a few minutes. We take regular breaks of a few seconds. Then more and more quickly. We listen to the sound while trying to perceive the last part of this sound inside of us.

How to recite the mantra?

It is possible to repeat the mantra:

  • Using a mala (rosary of 108 stones)
  • Reciting it out loud without support
  • By saying it several times in silence.

Whichever formula you choose, it is important when we chant or recite a mantra to have a smooth breath and to perceive the flow of energy in the body. There is also an ideal posture for reciting the Mantra. Sitting cross-legged, the back is straight, the shoulders relaxed, the jaws flexible, and the head calmly stretched towards the sky. Adjustments are possible depending on everyone.

  • Inhale deeply through the half-open lips or through the nose.
  • Speak the sound "AU" while exhaling. The sound should be low and uniform.
  • At the end of the exhalation, close your mouth and contract your abs to evacuate the rest of the air by expressing "m ...... .."

If we press our ears with our hands, we hear all the better the vibration of sound in our skull that stimulates the brain and cranial nerves.