The Hare Krishna maha mantra is composed of three Sanskrit words, which are “Hare”, “Krishna” and “Rama”. According to the scriptures “Obstruction or problem can’t come into their lives, who do chant this mantra continuously”. The Great Mantra is follows:
Hare Krishna Mantra | हरे कृष्ण मंत्र
हरे कृष्ण हरे कृष्ण , कृष्ण कृष्ण हरे हरे |
हरे राम हरे राम , राम राम हरे हरे ||
હરે કૃષ્ણ હરે કૃષ્ણ કૃષ્ણ કૃષ્ણ હરે હરે |
હરે રામ હરે રામ , રામ રામ હરે હરે ||
Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare
Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare
The pronunciation of this mantra is like that, Ha-ray, Krish-NA and RA-ma. This mantra connects you directly in touch with the god. Try chanting, it gives the holy or divine effect in your life.
“The sixteen words-Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare/ Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare-are especially meant for counteracting the contaminations of Kali. To save oneself from the contamination of Kali, there is no alternative in all the Vedas except the chanting of these sixteen words.”~Kali-santarana Upanishad
This mantra is a great holy and devotional mantra; it is used to worship of god Krishna and Rama.It isn’t an ordinary spells, it have been considered as the maha-mantra of sixteen words according to Veda, Purana and holy texts.
The Hare Krishna maha-mantra is a chant for increasing the power of brain to the greatest possible degree or we can say that, it is the best meditation mantra. Chanting of this mantra gives peace, happiness, wealth and concentration in your life.
First sit down comfortably on a holy mat with north or east facing. Thereafter, close your eyes and concentrate in god Krishna and Rama. Now, Chant this great mantra slowly-slowly with religious feelings. You should be chanting this mantra at least for a hour to feel the effect of meditation.
To fulfillment of wishes and for success, It has to be chanted or recited 108 times in a day. You can leave a comment to any advice and suggestions.
What Does The Hare Krishna Mantra Mean?
The mantra is a spiritual call to the Lord, meaning, “Oh energy of the Lord, please engage me in the loving service of Lord Krishna.”
This chanting of Hare Krishna is directly enacted from the spiritual platform, surpassing all lower stages of consciousness, namely sensual, mental, and intellectual. There is no need to understand the language of the mantra, nor is there any need of mental speculation, nor any intellectual adjustment for chanting this maha-mantra. It springs automatically from the spiritual platform, and as such anyone can take part in this transcendental sound vibration without any previous qualification and dance in ecstasy.
The word Hara is a form of addressing the energy of the Lord. Both Krishna and Rama are forms of directly addressing the Lord, and they mean “the highest pleasure.” Hara is the supreme pleasure potency of the Lord. This potency, addressed as Hare, helps us in reaching the Supreme Lord.
The three words—namely Hare, Krishna, and Rama—are the transcendental seeds of the maha-mantra, and the chanting is the spiritual call for the Lord and His internal energy, Hara, for giving protection to the conditioned souls. The chanting is exactly like genuine crying by the child for his mother. Mother Hara helps in achieving the grace of the supreme father Hari, or Krishna, and the Lord reveals Himself to such sincere devotees.