Mantra Chanting Course in Rishikesh India

Mantra Chanting Course in Rishikesh, India

Chanting of mantra was a concept of the Vedic saints that includes mantras as one of the main forms of worship, whose end is seen as salvation. Mantra influences the physical body, clears the emotional body, leading one to inner heart. Mantras purify who chant the mantra and purify the listener too.

If you want to develop a connection between your “jeevatma” to “parmatma” (soul to supreme powers) then recite the mantra then you feel a positive energy, positive vibes and your body will be relaxed.

In the Mantra Chanting course, we do Mantra Jaap (chanting) which means Repeating the Mantra, Reciting the Mantra with the meaning of every mantra. There are many mantras through which we go towards spirituality and we get a new energy which purifies our soul.

    What is Mantra?

    Mantra is a religious or esoteric syllable or poem in Sanskrit language. It originated from the Vedas of India. Chanting mantras is a well-established feature of Hindu practices. This was a concept of Vedic saints in which one of the main forms of worship was included in the mantra, whose end is seen as salvation. Mantras are groups of sounds, in fact, the meaning of the mantra repeats the mantra. Science also projected that this is a very powerful dimension. Mantras are powerful sounds and when we chant them with devotion, it creates a lot of influence. Mantras are well-endowed in their own meaning and chanting their meaning should be meditated. As the mind focuses more and more on the meaning of Mantra and its meaning, it increases the concentration power of the mind and takes it to higher states.
    Each voice is produced from different organs of the human body. It comes from seven chakras when we explain these sounds, then they affect these eight chakras. There are various types of spells. Each spell activates a particular kind of energy in a different part of our body. When we speak the mantra with proper awareness, then it is right that what it is, a mantra can be a very powerful instrument.
    Mantras are mainly used as a spiritual conduits, word or vibration, which creates concentration in the devotee. Mantras are also integrated in religious rituals to overcome obstacles, avoid danger, reduce enemies, or collect money. The word "mantra" has been derived from Sanskrit; There are two words in the mantra - "man" which means "to think" (in mind also in "mind") and suffix "tra" which means "tool", hence one The literal translation will be "the means of thought". A mantra is a powerful word or phrase that can or may not be similar to the sentence. Being more popular with spiritual practices like yoga and meditation, it seems that everybody is talking about mantras. But there really is a mantra and how you want to use it.
    It is important to properly tell the mantra with the understanding of your meaning. Inappropriate pronunciation of mantras can be harmed, therefore, caution should be exercised while chanting mantras. Mantra is energy based sounds Indian spiritual traditions show that the body is composed of five elements and the first of them is the sound. Studies in sound symbols show that vocal sounds mean that we know about it or not. And certainly there may be several layers of symbolism associated with each voice. Even then, if we do not understand them, the spells are not meaningless; Speaking a voice is completely without meaning, one can get its solution through the subconscious mind mantra and meditation through meditation. A mantra, when repeated in meditation, changes in consciousness first through loud and then quiet and mental contemplation.
    In Hindu mythology, the most basic mantra is Aum, which is called "Pranava Mantra", the source of all the mantras. Oum is considered to be the most original and powerful mantra and represents the manifestation of supreme reality, thus, and predefined and suffixed to all Hindu prayers. Rectangles (verses) from holy Hindu texts such as Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavad-Geeta, Mahabharata, Ramayana, Durga Saptashati or Chandi are considered powerful to be repeated, and therefore have attained status of a mantra. According to Vedic practices, most ancient techniques and classical Hinduism are considered necessary for spiritual advancement and higher realization.

    Why we do Mantra Chanting?

    Each and every sound of Mantra is originated from the different part of human body. It comes from seven chakras. When we pronounce these sound, it affect these seven chakras. Mantras are the groups of sounds. There are different types of mantras. Every mantra has a particular kind of energy in a different part of body. When we utter mantra with proper awareness, with exact understanding of what it is, a mantra could be a very powerful means. As a science, It is very powerful dimension. Mantras are well-off in their meanings and their meaning can be meditated while chanting. As the mind concentrates more and more on mantra and its meaning, it conditions the mind and takes up to the higher states. Mantras are single or strong together syllables. It is important to pronounce the mantra properly with an understanding of its meaning. Improper pronunciation of Mantra can inflict losses. So, one should be careful while chanting mantra. Mantras are energy-based sounds. The Indian metaphysical tradition explains that the body is composed of the combination of five elements and the first of them is sound. Studies in sound symbolism suggest that vocal sounds have meaning whether we are aware of it or not. And certainly there can be multiple layers of symbolism associated with each sound. So even, if we do not understand them, mantras are not meaningless; no vocal utterance is entirely without meaning. One's subconscious mind can find its solution through meditation and recitation of mantras. A mantra, when repeated constantly during meditation, first loudly and then through silent and mental chanting, changes the consciousness. Mantras are powerful sounds and when chanted with devotion produce enormous effects.
    We organize a Mantra chanting class for the people interested in Indian spirituality. There are also people who want to understand Indian culture along with or without yoga. These courses are dedicated to those people. Mantra chanting course is done on the appointment Basis .. To do this course, the student is advised to join at least 5-day course so that he can get the benefit of this course.
    There is no obligation for maximum days in this course. Students can choose the days of their interest and convenience. In this class, our trained mentor provides all the information about the method of chanting the mantra its meaning and its usefulness to the student. Chanting Mantra is also an important medium of meditation. This course is very beneficial for those people who meditate. So, who are you waiting for, come and learn Mantra chanting with us.

Mantra Chanting Course Upcoming Dates:

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    What we learn in Mantra Chanting Course:

  • Meaning Of Mantras.
  • Importance of Mantras in daily life.
  • Why we do Mantra Chanting?
  • A technique of Mantra Chanting.
  • Bhagavad Gita Mantras
  • Benefits of Mantra chanting.
  • Patanjali yoga sutra.
  • Other Mantras

Course Schedule:

  • 06:00 am- Mantra Chanting
  • 11:00 am – Mantra theory
Note : Daily Schedule is subject to change - Swami Vivekananda Yoga Teacher Training School in Rishikesh, India

What does the course fees include?

  • Private Accommodation
  • Yogic Food
  • Daily nutritious vegetarian meals and herbal tea
  • Yoga material
  • Weekend excursions
  • One day (The day before the course will start) accommodation free with food.

What does not the course fees include?

  • Air-conditioner Accommodation
  • Yoga Cloths (Means no dress code)

Fee [With Food and Accommodation]

  • 5 days Course Fee: [ USD $ 95 ]
  • 10 days Course Fee: [ USD $ 190 ]
  • 15 days Course Fee: [ USD $ 286 ]

Our Accommodation includes:

  • Attached Washroom
  • Hot & Cold Water
  • Woolen Blanket
  • 24 Hrs Water & Power Supply
  • Personal Cupboard
  • Study Table/Chair

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