Namaste everybody, it was beautiful day and Mount Glorious so i thought i will record the meditation session here. Hopefully the sound the waterfall is not distracting. Here is a simple and a personal practice of Mantra Meditation known as Japa meditation (Beads Meditation), using a string of beads called japa mala. This meditation technique uses 3 of the 5 senses to help bring the mind into focus upon the transcendental sound; the tongue in vibrating the mantra, the ear in hearing the sacred sound, and the sense of touch while touching each bead in the sting of beads while chanting. Just as we take in vitamins for better health, immunity, energy , active brain etc., this Japa practice is that spiritual vitamin which gives you inner strength, focus, resilience, calm mind and so much more! Mantra: Jaya Gurudev Gopala Govinda Rama Madana Mohana I am hoping you have your eyes closed while doing japa, if not then i am putting the visuals of the rain forest while doing japa which is better than seeing me on the screen 🙂 Hope it was helpful.
Namaste everybody, it was beautiful day and Mount Glorious so i thought i will record the meditation session here. Hopefully the sound the waterfall is not distracting.
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Mantra used: Gopala Govinda Rama Madana Mohana
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