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Mantra (IPA: /ˈmæntɹə/)


Mantra (n.)

A prayer; an invocation; a religious formula; a charm.

Mantra

Sacred utterance or sound used in meditation, often repeated

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Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .It is the supreme prayer, described the mother of the Vedas, named after its metre which means the saviour of the singer", revealed to sage Vishvamitra. Gayatri is the mantra of the real Guru, the Omniscient God. The writers of the scriptures call it the Soul of the Vedas'." - Mantra

Example Sentence (Quote)

".. .Mantras are not thought of as products of discursive thought, human wisdom or poetic fantasy, but flash-lights of the eternal truth, seen by those eminent men who have come to super sensuous contact with the Unseen." - Mantra

Example Sentence (Quote)

" [[w:Mul Mantar}Mool Mantra]] means Root Formula for Life and Liberation. The mantra is:" - Mantra

Example Sentence (Quote)

"A mantra is a powerful word or phrase that may or may not have meaning in the same way as a sentence. Compare spells, incantations and prayer formulas in other spiritual traditions. The term is a Sanskrit word mantram that combines the root manas (mind) with tram (protection) so the literal meaning is mind-protection." - Mantra

Example Sentence (Quote)

"A Mantra is a series of words which in their entirety form a sound with a positive vibration. Words mean sound and sound produces vibration. Vibration is power - an all-pervasive, creative power that generates movement and resonance. Energy means life and where there is life there is also creativity." - Mantra


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