Diksha (Deeksha) - Section A – Article #2
Meaning of the Moola Mantra -
Amma & Bhagavan have given one mantra, the Moola Mantra. Amma & Bhagavan have blessed it and infused it with tremendous divine power, making this mantra extremely effective. Whenever you chant the Vedic Mantra even without knowing the meaning of it - it still carries power. To know the meaning and to chant the Moola Mantra from your heart is so much more powerful. Therefore it is essential to know the meaning of the mantra when you use it. Listening to the mantra is uplifting and transforming. This sacred chant invokes the energy of Amma & Bhagavan. The mantra has the power to heal. The mantra awakens the divine presence in your heart, gives states of cosmic consciousness and cures many diseases. It activates the Ajneya Chakra and Sahasrara Chakra. The calmness that the mantra gives is to be experienced. One can experience deep states of inner peace, tremendous joy and heightened awareness. It is the mantra of the Golden Age.
CHIT is the Pure Consciousness of the Universe that is infinite, omni-present manifesting power of the Universe. Out of this is evolved everything that we call Dynamic energy or force. It can manifest in any form or shape. It is the consciousness manifesting as motion, as gravitation, as magnetism, etc. It is also manifesting as the actions of the body, as thought force. It is the Supreme Spirit.
ANANDA means bliss, love and friendship nature of the Universe. When you experience either the Supreme Energy in this Creation (SAT) and become one with the Existence or experience the aspect of Pure Consciousness (CHIT), you enter into a state of Divine Bliss and eternal happiness (ANANDA). This is the primordial characteristic of the Universe, which is the greatest and most profound state of ecstasy that you can ever experience when you relate with your higher Consciousness.
PURUSHOTHAMA has got different meanings. Purusha means soul and Uthama means the supreme; the Supreme spirit. It also means the supreme energy of force guiding us from the highest world. Purusha also means Man, and PURUSHOTHAMA is the energy that incarnates as an Avatar to help and guide Mankind and relate closely to the beloved Creation.
PARAMATMA means the supreme inner energy that is immanent in every creature and in all beings, living and non-living. It's the indweller or the Antaryamin who resides formless or in any form desried. It's the force that can come to you whenever you want and wherever you want to guide and help you.
SRI BHAGAVATI is the female aspect, which is characterized as the Supreme Intelligence in action, the Power (The Shakti). It is referred to the Mother Earth (Divine Mother) aspect of the creation.
SAMETHA means together or in communion with.
SRI BHAGAVTE is the Male aspect of the Creation, which is unchangeable and permanent.
NAMAHA is salutations or prostrations to the Universe that is OM and also has the qualities of SAT-CHIT-ANANDA, that is omnipresent, unchangeable and changeable at the same time, the supreme spirit in a human form and formless, the indweller that can guide and help in the feminine and masculine forms with the supreme intelligence. I seek your presence and guidance all the time.
Sri Bhagavati Sametha
Sri Bhagavate Namaha
“The ultimate thing of the universe is what you call Brahma, which is supposed to have three qualities, namely, ‘sat’, ‘chit’ and ‘ananda’.
Its sense of existence is what you call ‘sat’.
That is why it is normally qualified as ‘sat-chit-ananda Parabrahma’.
God, or Ishwallah, is imminent in ‘Brahma’.
God relates to humans as though God were a human, hence you call God as ‘Purshothama’.
This God also manifests within the individual as the antyaramin or the higher sacred self. Since the antyaramin is in everyone, it is called the ‘Paramathma’.
The Paramathma manifests as Bhagavati and Bhagavate through Amma and myself”.
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