Introduction of Mantras -Chanting on Japa Mala
Introduction of Mantras
1. SANSKRIT PHRASES
Mantras are Sanskrit phrases and they provide better results if chanted in a proper manner.
2. PROCEDURE OF CHANTING
The procedure of chanting of mantras may be sitting, standing, or walking.
3. BEST RESULT
The best effects are gained when the chanting is done softly and gently.
The chanting of mantra should be smooth and repeated.
4. SPEED OF CHANTING
The rate of speed for chanting of mantras depends upon person to person it may be quick or slow as desired.
5. NO. OF TIMES OF REPEATING
Each mantra has designated with proper number of times it must be repeated. Chanting of mantras is done through the bead to keep track of the number of repetitions.
The beads for chanting could be “Rudrakshas” or “Tulsi” Beads.
A string of 108 beads is used for the counting, and one bead is slightly protruded from the others so one knows when the mantra has been chanted 108 times, is called as one mala.
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