The sacred word and its power to illuminate and transform our lives lie at the core of the Judeo-Christian, Buddhist, Sufi, and Islamic traditions. By drawing on stories from his own experience and from the lives of the sages, Pandit Tigunait makes this esoteric science accessible to a 21st-century audience. He explains what a mantra is, why various classes of mantras bring different results, and how to use the power inherent in a meditative mantra to awaken inner peace and fuel spiritual enfoldment. Seekers in all times and from all traditions have made the journey from transitory pleasures to eternal joy with help from the science of mantra. This book is for anyone who longs to join them.
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"The information Pandit Rajmani so articulately and clearly shares offers abundant and detailed information about many kinds of mantras, meditations, and the peripheral practices that sometimes accompany them." (Napra Review)
I've been doing mantra since the 1980s and this book taught me some really useful things about practice. It focuses mostly on Hindu mantra, but since that tradition is so rich, the book naturally applys to other traditions too. Informative and thorough, with great stories and examples.
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