Mantra Vibration And Yoga Meditation

Do you chant a mantra when you’re practicing yoga meditation? I know that when I first began I wondered what that was all about, but I did it anyway. Now I understand why. The highlighted article by Sohan Kaur at Spirit Voyage does a very nice job of explaining what’s happening and how it affects you on multiple levels. Actually, what finally convinced me personally is that, as a scientist in my previous career, I knew that matter is strictly a vibrational entity housed in what amounts to empty space. The fact that we are surrounded and in fact immersed in all sorts of vibrational frequencies at all times is without question. Going a quarter step further by incorporating a mantra chant was no big stretch for me conceptually speaking. Try reading the article and then see what you think.

Mantra Vibration And Yoga Meditation

When you first get into Kundalini yoga meditation, the mantras can twist your tongue and make you feel as awkward as some of

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Chanting mantra during yoga meditation promotes a higher state of consciousness. Photo by Thinkstock c/o Photos.Com.

the yoga postures you’re learning. Don’t worry, you’re not alone! In the beginning mantra can be difficult to pronounce and to understand, but persistence pays.

The basic idea behind mantra is a transformation of the self brought about by the vibrations of the sound. The entire Universe is a vibration of energy. Science has shown that vibration exists behind our physical matter at different frequencies, even solid matter. A mantra’s sound current vibrates the fluids in your body and brain. We are 70% water after all! This helps to re-align your cells and even your DNA to a healthier vibration. It’s like plucking a string in your body and letting the vibration of the instrument spread through all the other strings in the body.

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Especially with Kundalini yoga meditation, the mantra chant will let you raise your level of awareness, which is the first step towards raising your consciousness over time with steady practice. It might even be difficult to pronounce at first, but anything worth doing might not be simple at first, yet yields with regular effort and repetition by reinforcing the new pattern.

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Yoga, an ancient but perfect science, deals with the evolution of humanity. This evolution includes all aspects of one’s being, from bodily health to self realization. Yoga means union – the union of body with consciousness and consciousness with the soul. Yoga cultivates the ways of maintaining a balanced attitude in day to day life and endows skill in the performance of one’s actions.

                                                                                                                                                       —  B.K.S. Iyengar

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