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Prayer & Mantra

Ra Ma Da Sa Say So Hung is known as the Shushmana Mantra. It contains the eight sounds that empower the Kundalini to stream in the focal channel of the spine and in the profound focuses. This sound adjusts the five zones of the left and right halves of the globe of the cerebrum to actuate the unbiased personality. As this happens, the hypothalamus throbs in mood with the heavenly organ, bringing on the pituitary expert organ to tune the whole glandular framework. At that point the thoughtful, parasympathetic and dynamic sensory systems coordinate the timing of the glandular framework. Accordingly, the solid framework and cells in the blood work in conjunction to get this mending vibration, and the reconstructing procedure of one’s wellbeing is activated.

This widespread recuperating request to God, which is situated to a mending traditional tune, can cleanse the air and unite your mental projection into an one-pointed energy towards yourself and your wellbeing. Listening to it helps rebalance the whole auric course and gives you a suspicion that all is well and good that initiates your self-mending limits. A steady listening or droning practice gets to be sufficiently great to penetrate the subliminal, which thusly consequently impacts the cognizant personality. At that point it turns into a part of one’s profound intuitional conviction.

Ra Ma Da Sa is similar to an uncommon jewel, which unites you with the unadulterated mending vitality of the universe. You can ingrain the wellbeing pattern in your awareness by infusing this solid mending vibration into your psyche. At that point your activities and entire being will comply with that idea. Keeping in mind the end goal to change wellbeing inconveniences, we must modify the procedure of imagined that brings the crystallization of cognizance into distinctive types of matter and activity. This recording helps you add to the example of wellbeing.

RA – the flame rule – symbolizes the Sun.

There would be no life on Earth on the off chance that it were not for the Sun showering us with the pranic life-power. Working with the Sun is the most astounding routine of Kabbalah. The Sun is a wellspring of vitality, life and warmth. As such, the Sun is the heart of our universe. It filters and stimulates.

Mama – the water rule – is the vitality of the Moon.

Mama approaches the universe through the sound of empathy, creating the universe to turn into the mother and you the youngster, and this brings you help and recuperating. It is cooling and sustaining.

DA – the Earth standard – gives the ground of activity.

SA – the air standard – is the generic unendingness.

At the point when sound happens in the outside plane, it turns into “A”, which speaks to appearance. The primary piece of the mantra extends toward paradise. By rehashing the sound SA as a defining moment, it causes the soul to drop from above into matter keeping in mind the end goal to quicken and vitalize it with recuperating and life. At the end of the day, the second piece of the mantra brings the mending characteristics of the better world withdraw than the Earth.

The last stanza of the emerald tablet from the considerable Hermes Trismegistus, which uncovers the mystery of recuperating and request in the material plane, is followed in this mantra. It peruses, “Rise with extraordinary keenness from Earth to paradise, and afterward again slide to Earth, and unite together the forces of things prevalent and second rate. Along these lines you will acquire the grandness of the entire world and indefinite quality will take off from you. The mystery is adjustment, changing one thing into something else.”

Ra Ma Da Sa Say So Hung changes an imbalanced and horrible body into a symphonious, solid one. As in the Star of David (an image of two entwined triangles) this mantra interlinks soul with matter.

After SA comes SAY, which is the totality of experience.

SO is the individual feeling of character.

HUNG is the interminable, vibrating and genuine. Hung recommends Hu, which is the life of God in everything and each being. The “ng” causes the sound in Hung to animate the awesome organs. The sound of the breath is So Hung. The breathe in is So and the breathe out is Hung. The two characteristics of So Hung together signify “I am Thou”.

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