Swami Veda Bharati | How to Do Long Mantras in Less Time

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How to Do Long Mantras in Less Time

by Swami Veda Bharati

This excellent 35-minute lecture/practicum by Swami Veda could very well be entitled “how to deepen your meditation”. It is appropriate for initiates who have been meditating for a while and are ready to extend their practice. It is helpful for deepening all meditation practices, but is especially helpful for those undertaking the practice of long mantras like the Gayatri or the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra.
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This excellent 35-minute lecture/practicum by Swami Veda could very well be entitled “how to deepen your meditation”. It is appropriate for initiates who have been meditating for a while and are ready to extend their practice. It is helpful for deepening all meditation practices, but is especially helpful for those undertaking the practice of long mantras like the Gayatri or the Maha Mrityunjaya mantra.

Swami Veda explains that when properly done a mantra vibrates faster, at higher frequencies, as the meditator goes to deeper and deeper levels of the mind. And that, initially, the principles for doing long mantras are the same as those for deepening any meditation. Those principles include overcoming the “nine impediments”, getting adequate rest (including shavasana and other forms of conscious rest), remaining mindful throughout the day, and the practices of physical (hatha) yoga and pranayama (especially nadi shodhana) to balance the body’s energy flows.

After preliminary remarks, he leads the student through a series of exercises demonstrating a practical method for doing longer mantras in less time, using the Gayatri as an example.

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