[GHHF] Bala Samskar Kendras in Assam - Learning to chant Slokas for concentration and peace of mind.

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“In their purity, austerity and power, the Vedic hymns have appeared to me like fresh, clear streams gushing out of a rocky mountain. The beautiful pictures of life and nature seem to carry some deep, hidden meaning. The very sound often makes a deep, symbolic impression. The wise men of India, from the immediate successors of the Vedic sages right down to our times, have searched for and discovered the revelation of the deepest spiritual truth in the Vedas.”  Dr. Abinash Chandra Bose (1896 - 1974)
Global Hindu Heritage Foundation is committed to transmit the richness of Sanatana dharma to the youngsters in terms of the depth and width of knowledge, the sacrifices of national heroes, miracles of Maha Rishis, science and mathematics, moral stories, and the importance of maintaining the traditions and customs. Learning and chanting appropriate Mantras for humanity as well as for oneself development is a high priority. 

The following are three prominent mantras one must chant every day before the class begins which would enable them to concentrate and create a peaceful atmosphere. Also, three other slokas to be chanted every day.

 

Chant when you wake up by looking at your palms: 
Mantra:
Karaagre Vasate Lakshmi, Karamadhye Saraswati
Karamoole Tu Govinda, Prabhaate Karadarshanam
Meaning:
I focus on my fingers (Kara: hand; Agra: top/tip) and I visualize the abundant blessings of Goddess Lakshmi, who dwells there.
I focus on the center of my palms (Kara: hand, Madhya: middle) and I visualize the abundant blessings of Goddess Saraswati, who dwells there.
At the base of my hand (Kara: hand, Moola: bottom), I visualize the infinite blessings of Lord Vishnu, who dwells there.
Chant Before taking Bath.
Gangge Ca Yamune Cai[a-E]va Godaavari Sarasvati |
Narmade Sindhu Kaaveri Jale-[A]smin Sannidhim Kuru ||
Meaning:
O Holy Rivers Ganga and Yamuna, and also Godavari and Saraswati,
O Holy Rivers Narmada, Sindhu and Kaveri; Please be Present in this Water (and make it Holy).
Chant before taking Meals.
Brahmaarpanam brahma havih Brahmaagnau brahmanaahutam
Brahmaiva tena gantavyam Brahma karma samaadhina
Meaning: Brahman is the oblation (fire sacrifice). Brahman is the ghee (clarified butter, used in a fire sacrifice) The oblation is poured by Brahman into the fire of Brahman. Brahman shall be realized by the one who considers everything as (a manifestation or) an act of Brahman.
Benefits of Chanting Mantras:
•    Soothing the body
•    Cushioning the mind from negativity
•    Enhancing mental abilities
•    Lowering stress levels
•    Uplifting consciousness
•    Improving concentration and memory recall
•    Boosting energy levels and improving mood
•    Connecting with intuition and inner self
•    Practicing mindfulness and meditation
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