Mantras Side Effects

Mantra, sound Waves

If one follows Devi Mantra one is likely to hear the tinkling of Anklet bells or bell. These symptoms are indicative that the Mantra procedure is being followed correctly. And during this period one may develop some powers like the ability to cure.One should not be taken in by these, but concentrate in continuing the .Mantra. These are the side effects of the Mantra.

One should not be side tracked by these.

This will hamper spiritual growth.

Mantras Types Procedure Anushtana Details


The dark Yellowish tinge of water kept in a brass vessel before the person afflicted with Jaundice slowly turned its color.

When the water comes colorless, after some days of this procedure, you are declared cured and that’s it.

There ae thee types of mantras.

1.Mantra as a Part of Bhakthi Yoga.

One is devoted toa particular Deity.

To worship a Deity a Mantra is chanted .

Mental Tension Relief Mantra Mrita Sanjivini Mantra


We hear the words ‘Stress,Mental Tension’ often these days.

People are overtly concerned about this issue.

I am of the opinion that this is an unwanted concept imported from the west and is being used daily by every one to such an extent ,I have recently

found out that even a five-year old was saying that he is under tension.

My view is that it is a part of the body mechanism to survive and one need not be concerned about this.

On its own this stress or tension is productive if you do not dwell on it.

Start analyzing it you become miserable.

This is a mental condition reinforced by constantly thinking about it.

This process harms your physical and mental health and may even shorten your Life.

Ignore it, proceed with what you have been doing and enjoying.

This needs Practice and mental toughness.

However there are mantras for this in Hinduism .

Though this Mantra is not specifically meant for this, it is very powerful.

The Mantra brings in Peace, relieves Stress and prevents untimely death.

It also brings in wealth and power.

This Mantra was initially known only to Sukracharya, the Asura Guru.

The Devas got it by subterfuge from him by using Kacha, the son of his arch rival and Deva Guru, Bruhaspati .

This mantra was used to raise the Dead.

This was used by Sage Agastya to wake up Laksmana when he was struck with Mohasnastra by Inderjith in the Ramayana.

Mohanastra creates mental confusion and makes one lose Consciousness.

The physical Herb equivalent to this Mantra is Sanjivni, which Lord Anjaneya brought to revive Lakshmana.

For relief from Stress mental tension, Confusion and for better Health chant this mantra 108 times a day for 45 days.

For Self Realization, chant this Mantra One lakh(100000) times spread over 45 days.The

Mantras For Japa Procedure


1.Chanting openly, this is described as the least effective, one is advised not to follow this,

2.Chanting by moving the lips with no sound emanating.

3.Do the Japa mentally.This is highly recommended and is most effective.

4.Select any Mantra or Name of God, preferably that given to you by your Guru, and repeat it from 108 to 1,080 times daily .

5. Always keep your Guru-Mantra a secret.

6.Take a bath , perform Sanshyavandan before doing Japa.

7. The early morning period (Brahmamuhurta) and dusk is the most favourable time for Japa and meditation.

Sacred Repetition Japa Removes Obstacles Yoga Sutra 29


In the last two Sutras Patanjali spoke of the Pranava, OM, and the need to concentrate on this.

As I posted earlier all the sounds originate from three places in the human body, Mouth,a-Throat ,u and from the pit of the stomach M.

From the se sounds came words and language,

Language, nay sounds exist with a corresponding image.

When a sound is made an image flashes in or mind.

At times we may not be able to identify these images.

It is wisdom of the Vedas that there is NO Sound without a corresponding image.

The images we do not recognize are those that spring from our unconscious which is Universal Consciousness.

The Mantras and the Japas of these Mantras help one to unleash the human potential.

Words and their meanings can not be separated.

So much so the Great Poet Dramatist Kalidasa opens his Raghuvamsa with this sloka,

वागर्थाविव संपृक्तौ वागर्थप्रतिपत्तये|
जगतः पितरौ वन्दे पार्वतीपरमेश्वरौ||

–> I salute the parents of the world, Parvati and Parameswara, who are inseparable like the “vAk” (word) and “artha”(its meaning); to gain expertise in the right understanding of the words and their meanings.”