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Mantras: Words of Power

Mantras Words of Power Mantras Words of Power is Mantra demystified This helpful guide to the practice of chanting is useful for both the beginner and the experienced yogi Mantras Words of Power now in its beautiful third

  • Title: Mantras: Words of Power
  • Author: Swami Sivananda Radha
  • ISBN: 9781932018103
  • Page: 183
  • Format: Paperback
  • Mantras Words of Power is Mantra demystified This helpful guide to the practice of chanting is useful for both the beginner and the experienced yogi.Mantras Words of Power, now in its beautiful third edition, teaches how Mantra practice can be used to focus the mind and increase awareness Each chapter of the book builds on learning from the previous chapter, beginningMantras Words of Power is Mantra demystified This helpful guide to the practice of chanting is useful for both the beginner and the experienced yogi.Mantras Words of Power, now in its beautiful third edition, teaches how Mantra practice can be used to focus the mind and increase awareness Each chapter of the book builds on learning from the previous chapter, beginning with an explanation about what Mantra is, how to practice, and then giving specific instruction for twelve mantras It also includes chapters on Mantra and Healing, and Mantra and Initiation.

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    1. It's a very straightforward book on the practice of mantra yoga. I learned that there is a difference between chanting and "just saying" the mantra. In this book, chanting involves a bit of ritual and the singing of the mantra in a very specific melody. When one just repeats the mantra over and over, it is considered japa, which is also a practice unto itself. I've been doing japa and I'm now interested in actually doing some chanting.Here's a tip: the author provides sheet music so that one may [...]

    2. Enjoyed this relatively short (120p) book, which contained minimal "fluff", and focused on the practice of mantra & japa yoga. The author clearly explains (through her tradition and experience) the topic, key practice points, and the ins/outs of mantra work, along with the role of the teacher, student, practitioner etc. Anyone reading this would be able to walk away with some pointers on the topic from a practitioner who seems to have done the hard yards via mantra work. It's applicable for [...]

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