Mantra Yoga and Primal Sound: Secrets of Seed (Bija) Mantras (Anglais) Broché – 12 novembre 2010
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to learn mantra from, I did learn a lot from this book. Many "spiritual" teachers have sleazy and greedy agendas, while great teachers are rare and hard to come by.
I have gotten better results as a solitary practitioner than most people I know who have recieved the initiation, the shakti pat, formal instruction etc from a guru.
Additionally many of these devotees have been violated and abused by their gurus.
I prefer working my own path.
Having said that, this book is very useful. The deeper meanings behind the seed mantras are explained and some formulas for using them are presented here. The seed mantras are the building blocks of reality, thus an understanding of them in important.
I'm using mantra to obtain real world results rather than performing mantra
as a part of a devotional or religious practice. This book along with the books and cds by Thomas Ashely Farrand are really useful in terms of an approach that has
a greater likelihood of reality creation. So far my results in terms of manifestation have been robust in several areas of mantra intention. Others are still in process, so time will tell. I am convinced that mantras are powerful and life changing.
This book would have been better had it a phonetic pronunciation approach to mantra included, but overall an important contribution to the serious practitioner of esoterica in regards to manifestation technique. Perhaps Mr. Frawley will produce a cd that will instruct the student in the art of mantra pronunciation.
If you want to understand seed mantras, buy this book.
IMHO whatever religion or philosophy you follow, if one uses the mantras in this book, he or she is following principles of sanatana dharma (hindu culture).
Overall this book packs lots of highly sophisticated information that is hard to decipher without a proper guru or context of vedas, upanishads, vedangas, sutras, and puranas and tantra and mantra shastra. Note all are inter-linked. Another concept that so called pseudo secularists of modern India and West spread/propagate is that we do not need Puranas, and that we can directly jump to Upanishads, Gita and Vedas, and Tantra and Mantra. But that is not correct. Puranas are the way to go first. You cannot climb Mount Everest starting from 15,000 ft, chances are that you will falter trying to attain the summit. Practice first from a lower altitude and understand concepts via stories in Puranas and Itihasa. Build stamina and endurance first. Start from sea level and move up. To fly, an aircraft needs two wings and the two wings are gnana (knowledge) and bhakti (unadulterated love/devotion to supreme.
Without knowing how to pronounce the actual words (mantras) this book is just a reference book. It you want to get the best out of this book start from Step 1. And this Step 1 is learning basic Sanskrit akshara (alphabets).