What is a mantra? Types of mantras according to your age

What is a mantra? Types of mantras according to your age

Greetings to friends and dear companions of ALILAND Encyclopedia of Metaphysics. Today, I (Ali Bake Mirzaei) in this valuable article want to provide you with useful information about mantras and types of mantras. I invite you to be with Ali Land …

What is a mantra?

In describing the phrase “mantra” let me first begin by defining the mantra with a quote from Wikipedia:

Mantra (Sanskrit: मन्त्र) In Hinduism, Buddhism, Sikhism, Jainism and Mazdisna is a collection of words and sounds that are repeated many times with a particular melody.

The mantra has Sanskrit roots and means liberation, and is composed of two parts, man and terra, which “man” means thought and “terra” means liberation. Mantra is used in meditation and has a positive effect on body and soul. (Source: Wikipedia)

In general, if we want to have a complete description of the mantra, I must say that the mantra is in fact the same as dhikr! Mantra mentions can be used in many cases, which we will mention in the following. Maharashi Mahesh Yogi, the famous meditation teacher and creator of TM Meditation, has mentioned many mantras and their role in meditation, especially in TM meditation.

Applications of mantras in meditation and life:

Undoubtedly, the use of mantras is not only effective in meditation and we can also use mantras in our personal lives! Basically in meditation we use the mantra when our mind is engaged in sub-issues and off-topic. This is when we should mention our appropriate mantra according to our age group. But how is this done?

Let me tell you this in simpler language. Imagine that you are meditating and in the middle of your meditation, negative thoughts such as your arrears or a fight you had with someone some time ago come to your mind. At this time, meditation will practically lose its effectiveness! So what is the solution? The solution is to use the mantra! In this case, it is better to mention the mantra related to your age group one after the other! These dhikrs should be done about 10 to 20 times and then you will see how the negative thoughts are forgotten and you will return to the original feeling of your meditation!

Now, you may ask yourself, what is the role of mantras in our personal lives? In fact, using mantras can have many uses in your better life. We all know that one of the most important secrets to living happily is to have a calm and stress-free mouth. You can only use mantras in meditation, you can also use mantras in situations other than meditation. For example, when you are angry about something, you can calm down by mentioning the mantra related to your age group, or when making decisions at the peak of excitement, you can use the mantras to balance yourself and then make a decision. ! Now, below, we will bring you the types of mantras according to different age groups.

Types of mantras according to age categories:

Up to age 11 years: eng – ages 12 to 13 years: em – ages 14 to 15 years: enga – ages 16 to 17 years ema – ages 18 to 19 years: ieng – ages 20 to 21 years iem – ages 22 to 23 years : ienga – Ages 24 to 25 years: iema – Ages 26 to 29 years: shirim – Ages 30 to 34 years: shiring – Ages 35 to 39 years: kirim – Ages 40 to 44 years: kiring – Ages 45 to 49 years: hirim – Ages 50 to 55 years: hiring – Ages 56 to 59 years: sham – Ages 60 and 60 and above: shama

Misconceptions about mantras:

Unfortunately, there have always been and still are people who have to mess up something and throw garbage in the current path! Unfortunately, some stupid metaphysicians, in line with their fraudulent policies, have launched a superstitious current in relation to mantras, and in this nonsense, such as: the third eye mantra! Mantra of eye color change! Mantra to increase height! Marriage mantra! The mantra of wealth and summaries of this nonsense have been spread among the people in order to defraud the people of large sums of money under these headings and eventually disappear! Mantra friends are just dhikrs to distract the mind from the annoying negative mental factors and it has no other use! Mantra is neither magic nor has magical powers! The fact that you see that different mantras have been presented according to age groups, the only reason for which is to engage the mind as much as possible in order to forget the negative and destructive mental factors, and that is enough!

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