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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Guruji's Mantra?
Om Maa Viswa Roopea Shakti Roopea Viswa Sphoorthi Guruve Namaha
What does Guruji’s Mantra mean?
“Om”, the sacred syllable is a mystic syllable forming a mantra, monosyllable, and Mantra syllable. This starts at the navel point and purifies the nervous system. The sacred syllable consists of monosyllable. It is first syllable in Guruji’s principal (the most powerful) Mantra. “Maa” means people say it as ‘the Goddess of primordial energy’ (Durga), ‘the great force’, according to me, “Mother”, “Viswa Roopea” means ‘existence in multiple forms’, “Shakti Roopea” means ‘in the form of energy’, “Viswa Sphoorthi” means ‘inspiration to the entire universe itself’, “Guruve Namaha” means Salutations to Guru i.e., Salutations to my Guru Viswa Sphoorthi who possesses the aforementioned various forms and powers and is the divine inspiration (manifested all over the universe) to the entire universe itself. Guru is a guide, one who shows the direction, a pointer (indicator), and one who shows a path. Relating to universe, the entire Energy relating to the “Divine Nucleus”, the energy that I have achieved through the achievement of Jnana, achievement of Yoga, breathe and Prana, I have set forth and made available the entire Energy in that “MUla Mantra” (The Principal (most powerful) Mantra).
Is Guru Mantra different for different Devotees?
No, Guruji’s Principal Mantra is only one. It is the same for everyone. That itself is Guru Mantra, that itself is the Great Mantra, that itself is pertaining to the Universal Energy. Relating to this mind and relating to everything is that only. That kind of Mantra, if one recites wholeheartedly, with dedicated mind and closed eyes, one can have the vision of Guruji.
When should one recite Mantra - and when one should not recite Mantra?
One is supposed to recite the Mantra at the time of practice of Meditation (Dhyana). Recitation of Mantra instantly enhances the purity of concentration. Besides during the spiritual practice, one may recite the Mantra during the time of Crisis through which there is instant relief because Guruji makes known His existence within a fraction of second and liberates the individual from the said Crisis. Constant recitation of Mantra silently shall bring tremendous positive changes in the life. One is not suppose to recite the Mantra when she/he has negative thoughts.
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