Devi mantras for balancing vital energy systems and accelerate evolutionary process through tantric means
Tantra is a progressive extension of consciousness for spiritual ascendancy
Tantra is a compound word of tan (to weave, to expand, to spread) and tra (tool, instrument) to choose one of many interpretative possibilities. It is a means to weave the fabric of life according to the inherent pattern of nature to accomplish the perfection of human life by extending the human potential to its maximum. Tantra practices weave the fabric with the thread of DNA of our astral body. This involves our energy hubs called chakras and energy channels called nadis. Our astral body's chakras and nadies are directly related to our physical body's glands and nervous systems. Together, they build our own energy field, aura. Chakras and nadis are barely or partly active unless our astral body is purified and refined by the practices of kundalini yoga, pranayama, mudras, bandhas, mantras, and relevant rituals. Tantra is an alchemy of producing amrita (nectar of immortality) by the mystic practice of awaking the kundalini shakti (evolutionary power sleeping in our root chakra after the "mission accomplished" of physical evolution) and ascending with it to the crown chakra, sanctum sanctorum of shiva, our pure consciousness, uniting the two poles and thus overcoming the duality of physical existence.
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Om (all-permeating primordial sound of the universe) Aim (biija syllable of Sarasvati) Hriim (Mahamaya) Shriim (Lakshmi) | Ka E I La Hriim, Ha Sa Ka Ha La Hriim, Sa Ka La Hriim (Kadi Shrividya Mantra: 15 syllables representing 15 energies interacting in human body and mind) | Shriim Shriim Svaha (= amen, so be it) | Icchashakti (power of intention) Umakumari (virgin Uma).
This mantra addresses Her disciplinary, progressive, and creative aspects incorporated in Durga (also called Kali, Uma, Parvati), Lakshimi and Sarasvati, respectively. Its chanting balances different energies and harmonize them for a holistic whole and strengthens our willpower.
There are many other mantras addressing different devi aspects. People with uncontrollable temperament and violent tendency had better repeat a Durga Biija Mantra. Those prone to emotional stress and having strong attachment to wealth and fame can overcome their lability and attachment with Lakshmii biija mantras. Sarasvati mantras are suitable for those who are emotionally balanced and seek pleasures in spiritual pursuits.
A biija mantra has four parts: om (all-encompassing primodial sound) + biija (seed syllable) for the deity + name of the deity in dative case + namaha (veneration). These biijas activate their corresponding parts of our astral body energy system and positively influence our cell structures and even DNA patterns (a real alchemy). Vibrations of biijas thus planted keep resonating in our body cells (70% of our body is water!) unfolding and unfurling their purifying and transforming power.
Sarasvati: Om Aim Shriim Hriim Saarasvatyai Namah
Lakshmi: Om Shriim Mahaa Lakshmyai Namah
Durga : Om Dum Durgaayai Namah
Lakshmi Gayatri Mantra for worldly and spiritual wealth
Om Mahaalakshmyai (great devi [correction: mahaadevyai]) Cha (and) Vidmahe (may we realize) | Vishnupatnyai (Vishnu's consort) Cha (Lakshmih (Lakshmi) Prachodayat (may impel!)
The purpose of every gayatri mantra is to invoke its deity or its corresponding energy in ourselves so that it may inspire and impel us towards the state of realizing the ultimate truth by meditating on that deity. The deity (ishta devata) is chosen by guru in vedic tradition. We, 'normal' world citizens, may choose one who appeals to us intuitively. Biija or gaayatrii mantras are very effective means of refining and strengthening the energy field in and around us. Our thoughts and actions are directed towards the manifestation of its positive effects in our real-life situations and for our spiritual evolution.