A Mantra is a sacred utterance believed by practitioners to have psychological and spiritual powers. Mantras activate psychic and spiritual faculties which can be used to harness ones full potential and to find peace.
Below are some examples of Mantras common to Gnosis. Each has there purpose and uses.
Astral Projection Mantras
These mantras can be done during the day sitting up in an upright position with the spine straight. I would recommend when practicing during the day to begin with these mantras at 20 minute intervals. the more you practice during the day the more likely you will be able to project during the night when you go to fall asleep.
Practice these during the day then before you go to sleep at night practice again right before bed. Once you have finished your practice before bed lay down on your back to sleep (it is very important that you lay on your back), then begin to recite the mantra in your head instead of out loud as you fall asleep. You will notice changes in your body as your astral body begins to split from your physical body.
Pronounce and elongated e as in the e sound in “there” with one breath. With the next breathe pronounce a “hee” sound and with the last breath pronounce an elongated “tow”. Repeat this until the practice is finished.
FA RA ON
Pronounce an elongated “Fa” with one breath. Pronounce an elongated “Ra” with the next breath. Pronounce an elongated “On’ with he last breath. Repeat this until the practice is done.
TAI RE RE RE RE RE
This mantra is not pronounced with elongated vowels. Instead with one breath pronounce the whole mantra with a fast pace except for the “Tai” which is pronounced without a fast pace and only slightly elongated.
Dream Remembrance Mantra
This mantra is used to remember dreams. Upon awakening in the morning or after a neap begin to pronounce this mantra in your head to bring dream vision back into your memory. Pronounce each word in an elongated manner repeatedly.
This mantra can also been done out loud to facilitate dream remembrance during the day or to remember dreams from the past. Practice this for at least 20 minutes.
This mantra is especially useful for activating the crown chakra. It is broken up into two sylbells. Two pronunciations of “Is” with an elongated “S”. As in Isssssssss Isssssssss. Repeat this over and over again to activate your psychic abilities.
“Gate, Para Gate, Para Sum Gate, Bodhi Swaha” This mantra is pronounced “gatae” not gate with slightly elongated vowels for the gate parts. For each section a breath should be taken.
Om Mani Padme Hum
With this mantra pronounce the Om in an elongated fashion. Pronounce the Mani with an elongated “i”, the Padme with an elongated “e” sound at the end and the Hum with with an elongated “m”.
“Hare Rum, Hare Rum, Hare Rum, Hare Hare, Hare Kristo, Hare Kristo, Hare Kristo, Hare Hare” This mantra activates a higher part of the spiritual bodies. This mantra is sung in a way with a rhythm. On the Hare (pronounced Harae) the “ae” at the end is sung with a higher pitch than the rest of the mantra.
Chakras and Psychic Faculties
When doing mantra you can also visualize your chakras in relation to the vowels that activate each chakra. These charkas are like flat disc that spin when activated. They are not vertical rather horizontal in the spinning nature. They spin clockwise when activated.
- Crown – S
- Third Eye – I – Clairvoyance
- Throat – Clariaudience
- Lungs – A – Remembrance
- Heart – O -Intuition
- Solar Plexus – U – Telepathy
This mantra is used to activate your intuition. Pronounce an elongated “O” with one breath and continue to repeat this. Doing this on a regular daily basis will develop your intuition significantly and will help you to determine dream symbols and the meanings of your dreams.
This mantra is used to activate the Christ within. When pronouncing this mantra in the same manner as the O mantra sit in a position facing the sun and imagine the rays of the sun a sunrise entering into the solar plexus area. Practice this for at least 15 minutes but not for more than 30 minutes.