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  • Mouna is used solely for the purpose of channelling the energy dissipated in talking to a higher practice, such as japa, prayer, or svadhyaya, the study of spiritual writings see pages 118-19.

    The Sivananda Companion To Meditation

  • You ended up structuring your book conceptually using japa malathe beads used as an aid in many strands of Eastern meditationas your model.

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  • Sages declare that mantra is life, that mantra is action, that mantra is love and that the repetition of mantra, japa, bursts forth wisdom from within.

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  • But one can also do Maha Mrityunjaya japa anytime in a pure environment with great benefit and discover the happiness that's already within

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  • Her inspiration for the wanderlust is a string of beads called japa malas which contain 108 beads.

    Eat, Pray, Love (copy)

  • There's a range of more specific elements of yoga psychology we can examine: yogic approaches to life… And various practices such as meditation, concentration, mantra, japa, prayer, devotion, living within, satsang…the utilization of music, poetry and art.

    An Exploration into an Integral Approach to Knowledge

  • Try to practice japa (chanting the Lord's name) at dead of night; if that is not possible, do it during the early hours of the morning ....

    Overcoming Obstacles in Spiritual Life

  • Mostly Bob Marley, since that's about all I can play on the uke - it's tougher than guitar - but they taught me a Wollof proverb Ndanka ndanka mooy japa golo ci nyaay bi...slowly slowly catches the monkey in the bush that I put to music.

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  • You can use mental japa to take your mind away from negative thoughts or from living in the past or future.

    The Sivananda Companion To Meditation

  • The rolling of rosary beads is the form of japa most familiar to the West.

    The Sivananda Companion To Meditation

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