Divine awakening with the Power of Gayatri.

Olga Kuczer

San Jose, United States

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The Gayatri (Sanskrit: गायत्री, gāyatrī) Mantra has been chronicled in the Rig Veda, which was written in Sanskrit about 2500 to 3500 years ago, and the mantra may have been chanted for many centuries before that. It really doesn’t matter what your religion, your color or your ethnicity is – what matters is your intent, and your authenticity, and your willingness to be moved.

The Gayatri is seen as a Divine awakening of the individual mind and the individual soul – Atman — and within it, a way to Union with the collective consciousness – Brahman. Understanding and simply loving the essence of the Gayatri Mantra is considered by many to be one of the most powerful ways to touching God. It opens up your heart. When both our minds and our hearts open, we open ourselves up for new possibilities.

It is significant that the prolonged repetition of the Gayatri has a cumulative effect on our bodies and our minds. Our minds are sharper, our immune system is stronger, and our hearts are open. When our energy centers, including our main Chakras, are activated by the vibrations of the Gayatri mantra, this has a positive and healing effect on our life force energy – on our Prana.

The ancient Hindu scriptures describe how the sage Vishwamitra was given the Gayatri mantra by the Supreme Being as a reward for his many years of deep penance and meditation. This was to be a gift for all humanity.

It is said that this sacred prayer spirals through the entire universe from the heart of the chanter, appealing for peace and divine wisdom for all.

Who is Gayatri? Gayatri is not a goddess. Gayatri is the mother of the Vedas (Gayatri Chandhasam matha) Gayatri, Veda means knowledge. However, has three names: Gayatri, Savitri, and Saraswathi. These three are present in everyone. The three represent purity in thought, word, and deed (thrikarana shuddhi).

Gayatri is described as five-faced, and represents in these five faces the five pranas (life forces). Gayatri is the protector of the five pranas in man.

1. Om (the Pranava). The Pranava Principle represents the eight different forms of wealth (ashta-aishvarya).
2. Bhur Bhuvas Suvah.
3. Thath-Savithur-varenyam.
4. Bhargo Dhevasya dheemahi.
5. Dheyo yo hah prachodayaath.
When the Gayatri mantra is understood in this way, it will be realized that all the five aspects of Gayatri are within each of us. ”

Rough translation:
We meditate on the glory of the Creator;
Who has created the Universe;
Who is worthy of Worship;
Who is the embodiment of Knowledge and Light;
Who is the remover of Sin and Ignorance;
May He open our hearts and enlighten our Intellect

Listen Mantra: http://youtu.be/nwRoHC83wx0


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