Originally Posted by Divine Consciousness
Video guidance of Mantra repetition. More External is Gross, and more internal is more subtle.
Here listening to mantra in silence means mantra rise from your mind which you listening internally. don't try to listen which is not rise from your inside or external sound which are not spoken. not rised sound hearing lead to hallucination. while listening what rise from mind internally is mantra cleansing.
Ram (Hindu God) (Pronounciation like aam)
Thank you for the link, but I follow my own intuition and guidance.
The other day, I was listening to the Shiva Stotrams, when I heard this part of it (again, after many years) and it felt as if my whole body was being shaken like a rag doll:
नमस्ते अस्तु भगवन
कालाग्निरुद्राय नीलकण्ठाय मृत्युंजयाय
श्रीमन् महादेवाय नम:
Namaste Astu Bhagavan
Trikaalaagni - Kaalaaya
Kaalaagni - Rudraaya Nilakantaaya Mrityunjayaaya
Sriman Mahadevaaya Namaha.
Oh Lord, salutations to you
Oh Lord of the Universe, Greatest of them all
He who has three eyes (eye of omniscience), he who gives enlightenment which is beyond three (Astral, Physical & Causal) worlds
He who like fire, devours all three times (Past, Present, Future) within himself
Like Time, he who ends everything, like time he who disciplines the world into order, He whose body is vast ( blue like sky, oceans), He who has conquered Yama the Lord of Death/ Time.
Lord of all Beings, Conscousness which is untouched by the world yet everything in the world is because of him.
Oh great Lord, salutations to you
I felt a trance-state coming on as a result, so I let it happen, went into bliss and started chanting this about a week ago...it hasn't stopped!
The Mantra is chanting itself now.
Om Namah Shivay