Anybody who has tried to do this knows just how hard it really is to realize. There are lots of different meditation techniques that can be used to realize this form of mental rejuvenation and raise grey matter.
The rhythmic patterns of sound and light came to them in waves of specific arrangements of the Sanskrit syllables. This is actually the process called ‘transcending’ which occurs through the Transcendental Meditation technique.
When they duplicated the Sanskrit letters, they established themselves in a state of unity with creation at its very source. Some foods are utterly injurious in their own effect, some are arousing, and others are calming. You’re engaging your energy in a positive and loving way. You are speaking to your subconscious mind and making a fresh thought pattern, that’ll create new pathways in your brain. These pathways build a network that spreads into your cells, creating new mobile memory.
These days we hear lots of discussion about the mantras used for meditation. Many people say a random word is greatest, others advocate the universal sound Aum or Om. However, what about the mantras used within the Transcendental Meditation technique? Are they generic or special? Secular or religious? Useless or effective? And where do they come from