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Mantras From Tibet - Vijaya Devi and Om Ama Rani - Sarva Antah - Meditation Audio CD

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Mantras From Tibet - Vijaya Devi and Om Ama Rani - Sarva Antah - Meditation Audio CD

Mantras From Tibet - Vijaya Devi and Om Ama Rani

by Sarva Antah

2 CDs plus booklet

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Mantras From Tibet - Vijaya Devi and Om Ama Rani - By Sarva Antah - Meditation Audio CD  

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About Mantras From Tibet - Vijaya Devi Mantra

A healing mantra for a extended and healthy existence thus you will discover the secret of immortality.

About Mantras From Tibet - Om Ama Rani Mantra

For a lengthy, healthy and worthwhile existence. The mantra is an entreaty for the eternal power of lifetime.

About Mantra

A mantra is a sound, syllable, word, or group of words that are considered capable of "creating transformation" (cf. spiritual transformation). Their employ and sort varies based on the school and strategy associated with all the mantra.

Mantras originated in the Vedic custom of India, later becoming an imperative piece of the Hindu custom along with a customary practice within Buddhism, Sikhism, and Jainism. The employ of mantras is today popular throughout different spiritual movements that are based on, or off-shoots of, the practices in the earlier Eastern traditions and religions.

In the context of the Vedas, the expression mantra pertains to the whole part which contains the texts called Rig, Yajur or Saam, that is, the metrical piece as opposed to the prose Brahmana commentary. With the transition from ritualistic Vedic traditions to mystical and egalitarian Hindu universities of Yoga, Vedanta, Tantra and Bhakti, the orthodox attitude of the elite nature of mantra knowledge gave method to spiritual interpretations of mantras as a translation of the human will or desire into a shape of action, with some attributes in widespread with spells as a whole.

For the authors of the Hindu scriptures of the Upanishads, the syllable Aum, itself constituting a mantra, represents Brahman, the godhead, plus the entire of creation. Kūkai suggests that all sounds are the voice of the Dharmakaya Buddha — i.e. as in Hindu Upanishadic and Yogic thought, these sounds are manifestations of ultimate fact, in the sense of sound symbolism postulating that the vocal sounds of the mantra have inherent meaning independent of the learning of the individual uttering them.

Nevertheless, such learning of what a mantra could symbolize or how it could function differs throughout the different traditions and depends found on the context in which it happens to be created or sounded. In some cases there are numerous levels of symbolism associated with each sound, various of that are particular to specific universities of thought. For an illustration of such see the syllable: Aum that is central to both Hindu and Buddhist traditions.

While Hindu tantra eventually came to find the letters and also the sounds because representatives of the divine, the shift toward composing happened when Buddhism traveled to China. Although China lacked a unifying, ecclesiastic code like Sanskrit, China accomplished its cultural unity through a created code with characters that have been flexible in pronunciation but more precise in meaning. The Chinese prized created code more very than did the Indian Buddhist missionaries, and the writing of mantras became a spiritual practice in its own proper. So that while Brahmins had been quite strict on correct pronunciation, the Chinese, and indeed alternative Far-Eastern Buddhists were less worried with this than properly composing anything down. The practice of composing mantras, and copying texts as a spiritual practice, became extremely processed in Japan, and the composing in the Siddham script in which the Sanskrit of several Buddhist Sutras were created is just absolutely enjoyed in Japan today. But, created mantra-repetition in Hindu practices, with Sanskrit in any amount of scripts, is well-known to numerous sects in India also.

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