In the Yogic world, mantras and hymns are highly important elements, and chanting mantras can have a significant impact on all three levels of life; the physical level, the mental level and the spiritual level. Mantras are repetitious sounds used to enter the deepness of the unconscious mind and correct the vibration of all parts of your being. Mantras are vibrated via chanting aloud, mental practice, or by hearing to them. Mantra Yoga is an important element of our Yoga Teacher Training courses.
The knowledge of the way sound vibrations benefit your being is Naad yoga. Naad means “the taste of sound” and yoga means “union.” Naad yoga utilizes sound vibrations to increase your awareness and tune into the sound that began creation and is consistently vibrating. This universal sound is termed Anahat.
Mantras, in yoga, are normally chanted in Sanskrit. The Sanskrit term mantra is derived from the root of man which means “to think,” and tra from trai which means “to protect or to free from bondage” or “to free from the mind.”
This vibration emanating from the hypothalamus blows the behavior of the pituitary gland and governs the endocrine systems. It is also accountable of delivering chemicals and hormones throughout the body and to the human brain. This vibration produces chemical hormones that stabilize the body and have healing influence.
Often when we sit-down to meditate, our mind jumps from thought to thought, so that it is difficult to focus our attention. Chanting distracts the mind from trivial thoughts, encouraging to anchor the mind in awareness.
In any case, you are reacting and reinforcing the routine. Chanting is an effective method to release of the response to the experience via the throat and heart chakras; in heart and soul, discharging the feelings via self-expression.
The vibrations out of mantras have the power to rearrange your molecular structure. Each and every sound has a distinct vibration, and as a consequence, each and every mantra has a different benefit. All sound impacts your molecular framework.