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A Background on Mantrams
Typical mantrams are: Aum, meaning Spirit, the Word of God, which creates, preserves, and transforms; or the Tibetan Buddhist mantram

Aum Mani Padme Hum

which usually is translated as "Om the jewel is in the Lotus Hum;" ** or the Hindu mantram

Asato Ma Sat Gamayo

which means "Lead me from the unreal to the Real." **

orange flowerThere are thousands of mantrams which are mainly from the ancient Sanskrit language. Possibly, in time, mantrams will be in English as well as Sanskrit. What such a development would require is a number of great meditators of modern day to be so attuned to the Lord and so at ease within the realms of higher consciousness that these new mantrams can easily be revealed to them.

All mantrams are the result of a revelation, usually to some deeply meditating adept.

Generally mantram meditation involves...

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