Meditation

What is Hari Om meditation
and how it works?

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Our whole being functions because of the subtle life force called prana (life force energy). Prana flows in our system through subtle energy nadis (channels) and chakras (energy centres). There are thousands of nadis and many chakras in our body. Tremendous amount of energy lies in each human being. This latent energy stored at the base of the spine is known as Kundalini. The amount of energy that flows upward from this energy centre depends on the condition of other chakras and nadis. Hari Om meditation helps us in activating these chakras.

The most famous mantra is ‘Hari Om’. 'Hari' means ‘the remover’. When remembers Hari, the Divinity, and repeats the name, then sins, karmas and bad astrological effects are erased steadily. Pain and suffering are removed. ‘Om’ is the primordial cosmic vibration from which sprang the entire cosmos and all creation. It’s essential meaning is that Hari is Om. ‘Hari Om’ is a universal mantra that removes suffering. This mantra contains within itself the cosmic vibration. Through Hari Om meditation, prana moves from one energy centre to the other.

There are seven main energy centres or chakras along the spine. The prana travels upwards through the chakras. Each chakra has a positive as well as negative energy. For example, mooladhara chakra, the energy centre at the base of our spine, manifests as inertia and enthusiasm. To know more about these chakras and learn Hari Om meditation, do the Advanced Meditation Course (Part-II course) and Sri Sri Yoga Course. Hari Om meditation guided by Gurudev Sri Sri Ravi Shankar is available in Cds and cassettes.

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