"Sound is the medicine of the future." Edgar Cayce
Introduction to Mantra Shakti with The Father of ParaTan and Master of the
Living Goddess Tradition and founder of the Mahavidya Temple Madurai
District South India, and the Mahavidya Inner Health Center, in Malaysia.
Every mantra has a color, an element, a devata (deity) or a divine form and
a method of recitation. In determining an appropriate mantra, astrology is
taken into account, with reference made to the science of elements, color
and the predominant guna (tamas, rajas, sattwa). According to the birth
sign, one can decides on the mantra.
Some mantras are for the earth element, others for water, fire, air and
ether elements. Om belongs to the ether element; Ram to the fire element;
Gam to the earth element; Klim to the water element and Ham to the air
element. Each mantra possesses two divisions – sound and form. For instance,
Klim is the sound, a bija mantra, and it has an image, which is revealed by
a simple mantra.
These mantras will help activate all your energy centers and balances your
inner energy thus helps you to live in harmony with your outer world.
One should use one's rosary, which may be made of pearl, beautiful emeralds,
lotus seeds, rudrakshas, crystal, coral, ruby, red sandalwood and so forth
Before beginning any ritual, or mantra meditation, one has to first do the
Lord Ganesh Mantra, as this mantra will clear the cobwebs around your chakra
and nadi system
Mantra for Ganesh: AUM SHRIM HRIM KLIM GLAUM GANG GANAPATAYE NAMAH AUM
Invoking the inner Guru:
GURU BRAHMA GURU VISHNU
GURU DEVO MAHESHVARAH
GURU SAKSHAT PARA BRAHMA
TASMAI SHRI GURAVE NAMAH
OUTER GURU MANTRA
OM HRIM SHIVANANDA HAMSAYA VIDMAHA
PARAMA HAMSAYA DHI-MAHI
TANNO HAMSAP PRACHODAYAT
HEALING BIJA MANTRAS
The deities (commonly known as gods and Goddesses) have their specific seeds
Therefore the visual/verbal form of the syllable mantra klim, called the
bijaksara of Kama and hrim,the bijaksara of Shakti, the goddess, denoting
the unity of the male and female principles, as well as 'shrim - the seed
mantra of Lakshmi (the goddess of prosperity). Aum for Shiva, Dum for Durga;
Krim for Kali, Aim for Saraswati and Gam and Glaum for Ganesha.
The Bija sound also work at the deepest level, directly with your 'cellular
memory' thus helping you clear long held emotional and physical blocks. This
can be experienced either in One-to-One sessions or in a safe and loving
group of people: a Healing Circle. Through reciting the mantras we create a
loving space to channel the higher energies that provide healing on all
levels - physical, emotional, mental and spiritual
Emotional memories release with ParaTan Sound healing, as used by ancient
Tantra Masters, is now brought to life again, due to the blessing of the
Divine Mother. Emotional memories are stored in the organs, and this will
show itself in the Navel years before it get to become a major illness.
ParaTan works at the deepest level, directly with your 'cellular memory'
thus helping you clear long held emotional and physical blocks. The sounds
of the Divine Mother can help repair damaged DNA, thus reducing the chances
of become ill.
When listening to this Audio-video, please use good headphones to enjoy the
maximum healing benefit of the sounds. This is only a recording, when you
receive a sound healing personally, it is much, much, more powerful.
Should you be inspired, after hearing the audio, to
personally experience the power behind Shri Param’s voice, you can attend
one of the sound healing intensives offered by Shri Param in Ojai
California, Palermo Sicily, Italy, Belgium, and The Netherlands. During the
intensives Shri Param will personally sound the bija mantras into the
participant’s body. -For more info click here
If you are interested in deepening your knowledge even further and/or want
to experience more healing and cleansing there is an option of attending a
15 days intensive either in Malaysia or India with Shri Param -For more info
Bija Sound used during Healing Circles
You will find two videos of all the bija sound on the right said of this
Aum (also Om, written in Devanagari as ॐ, in Sanskrit
known as pranava प्रणव [lit. "to sound out loudly"] or aumkāra (also as Omkāra)
ओंकार (lit. "aum syllable") is a mystical or sacred syllable in the Indian
religions, i.e. Hinduism/Sanātana Dharma, Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
Aum is commonly pronounced as a long or over-long nasalized close-mid back
rounded vowel, [ő::]) though there are other enunciations pronounced in received
traditions. It is placed at the beginning of most Hindu texts as a sacred
incantation to be intoned at the beginning and end of a reading of the Vedas or
prior to any prayer or mantra.
The vibration of "AUM" symbolizes the manifestation of God in form ("sāguna
brahman"). "AUM" is the reflection of the absolute reality, it is said to be "Adi
Anadi", without beginning or the end and embracing all that exists. The mantra "AUM"
is the name of God, the vibration of the Supreme. When taken letter by letter,
A-U-M represents the divine energy (Shakti) united in its three elementary
aspects: Brahma Shakti (creation), Vishnu Shakti (preservation) and Shiva Shakti
(liberation, and/or destruction).
Om or Aum is of paramount importance in Hinduism. This symbol is a sacred
syllable representing Brahman, the impersonal Absolute of Hinduism — omnipotent,
omnipresent, and the source of all manifest existence. Brahman, in itself, is
incomprehensible; so a symbol becomes mandatory to help us realize the
Unknowable. Om, therefore, represents both the unmanifest (nirguna) and manifest
(saguna) aspects of God. That is why it is called pranava, to mean that it
pervades life and runs through our prana or breath.
HRIM HRIM (pronounced Hreem) governs over the cosmic magnetic energy and the
power of the soul and causal body. It is the prime mantra of the Great Goddess
and ruler of the worlds and holds all her creative and healing powers. HRIM is
the mantra of the Divine Maya that destroys the worldly maya. It has a solar
quality to it but more of a dawn-like effect.
HRIM awakens us at a soul or heart level, connecting us to Divine forces of love
and attraction. It is charming and alluring, yet purifying. Through it we can
control the illusion power of our own minds.
In Vedic terms HRIM is a mantra of the Sun, particularly in terms of
illumination. It increases our aspiration and receptivity to Divine light,
wisdom and truth. It opens the lotus of the heart to the inner Sun of
consciousness. It is a mantra of the region of heaven or the consciousness space
in which all the worlds exist.
Right side of the body.
KRIM KRIM (pronounced Kreem) governs over prana as lightning or electrical
energy. KRIM grants all spiritual faculties and powers - from the arousing of
Kundalini to opening the third eye. It has a special power relative to the lower
chakras, which it can both stimulate and transform. It helps awaken and purify
the subtle body.
KRIM is the great mantra of Kali, the Goddess of energy and transformation. It
is also the mantra of Indra, the supreme deity of the Vedas, the Divine as the
cosmic lord and enlightenment force. KRIM is the thunderbolt or vajra that
destroys the serpent of the ignorance and releases the light of absolute truth.
As a mantra of work and transformation, KRIM is the mantra of Kriya Yoga, the
Yoga of practice. It is the main mantra of the Yoga Shakti. KRIM carries the
supreme life force. It is a strong mantra; use it with care.
Throat and Second Chakra
SHRIM SHRIM (pronounced Shreem) is a mantra of love, devotion and beauty. SHRIM is a
Kamala or Lakshmi mantra, the Goddess of Beauty and divine grace. Yet SHRIM
works at a deeper level than merely to give us the good things of life,
including health. It takes us to the heart and gives faith and steadiness to our
SHRIM allows us to surrender to, take refuge in, or be immersed in whatever we
offer the mantra to. It is the mantra of beauty and delight and has a pleasing
lunar quality. It also relates to the head and can be used to flood the senses
with divine beauty and delight. It promotes health and aids in fertility and
The left side of the body.
KLIM Krishna-Mantra: klim or bijaksara of Kama, could also be used in the second
Kidney area, just below the rib cage.
HLRIM The prime mantra for Bagalamukhi the seed-syllabe Hlriim. The addition of
the la-sound to the mantra Hrim gives it the power to stop things. This mantra
is traditionally chanted to: 1)stop all internal foes--in the form of fears,
doubts, worries, ego, etc. And 2) paralyze external foes: those who wish to do
you harm to you in some way, especially in the form of speech and written word:
she stops the negative speech and harmful intentions of others towards you.
Right lip of the Yoni
AIM Mantra for Matangi - Use it for Intelligence. The word 'Aim' in above mantra
denotes Vachana Shakti, the power of articulation, calling, guiding and teaching
Aim is also the bija sound for Mercury. Mercury is the great messenger of the
Gods. He is the planet, which represents speech, communication and commerce on
all levels. In his lower function he organizes and articulates material
resources. On a higher level he connects us with our inner capacities--the
powers of the mind.
Solar plexus, Navel and also the left lip of the Yoni
BRIM BRIHASPATI - He's a Vedic deity, personification of piety and religion, the
chief offerer of prayer and sacrifices, he is the deity of "wisdom" and
Third eye. Here you could also use Aim (Goddess of wisdom)
SAUH: The Sakthi bija. The Divine Energy in the sound of the syllable "Sauh" is associated with the
third eye (Ajna) chakra. It is a 'shakti' (Power) activating sound
The Bija sound above is in the recording, so do in the same
was as the hrim and krim tone is done.
HUM (pronounced Hoom) is a Vedic mantra of Agni or fire. It is the mantra
used to make offerings into the sacred fire. It is also used to call or
invoke the fire and to make it flame up more brilliantly. HUM is a mantra of
the inner fire or thermogenic force. It represents the soul hidden the body,
the Divine immanent in the world. It both calls the divine down into us and
offers our soul upward to the Divine for transformation in the sacred fire
HUM is a Shiva mantra; but it is also a mantra of Chandi, the fierce form of
Kali. It is used to destroy negativity and creates great passion and
vitality. It governs the earth and the material sphere in general.
HUM is a powerful mantra; hence it should be used carefully. However, it can
be used in a more gentle manner to invoke divine grace and protection.
Through it we can offer ourselves or our afflictions into the Divine for
purification and transformation
HRIM, KRIM, HUM, and SHRIM are four great Goddess mantras that govern the
prime forms of energy as magnetic force, electrical force, heat, and
delight. These four mantras can be used together with OM to get an extremely