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The Stronger the Faith, Will-power and Emotion attached with the Mantra, the better it is.
It’s like a Dynamo effect, the more you repeat a Mantra continuously, the more you get charged up with Divinity. Usually a mantra repeats 108 times. So you better hear it for 108 times yourself.
This is a chant that can help improve your life.
Note: The voice guide helps you appreciate the mantra meditation, but if you want to skip the introduction and start directly the meditation session, you can play the audio from 3.23".
In Hindu teachings,
Ganesh is known as the god of wisdom and success and the destroyer of obstacles.
Om Gam Ganpataye, a meditation mantra dedicated to Lord Ganesha, and we can chant it before starting any new venture.
Its also known as Ganesh Maha Mantra.We are calling upon the powerful energy of Ganesh,the elephant headed deity, who is widely revered as the Remover of Obstacles and the Lord of Beginnings.
This particular mantra is important because not only it is catchy, but it also represents a willingness to release and move past the perceived obstacles in our lives.
Lord Ganesha is the son of Lord Shiva and Goddess Parvati. Representations of Ganesha show wide variations and distinct patterns changing over time. He may be portrayed standing, heroically taking action against demons, playing with his family as a boy, sitting down or on an elevated seat, or engaging in a range of contemporary situations.
Devotees of Lord Ganesha believe that if He is propitiated, He grants success, prosperity and protection against adversity. Therefore, He is worshipped on almost every religious and is especially invoked at the beginning of prayers and before any new venture. So people use to sing Ganesha mantra to break negative energy and attract good luck with Lord Ganesha's power.
“Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha,” which can be translated to:
“I bow to the lord [Ganesh] who is capable of removing all obstacles. I pray for blessings and protection.”
Meaning of the mantra: