Chanting the Name of God is the easiest spiritual path to follow in the current era (Kaliyuga). It also yields the most benefits. It has the ability to heal and purify not just our physical body but also the various subtle sheaths around the physical body. Chanting the Name of God according to the religion of our birth is the most effective way to grow spiritually. We are born in that very religion which is most conducive to begin our spiritual practice. Chanting has no restrictions of time or place, meaning it can be done anywhere and at any time. The following articles below explain in detail how you can start or compliment you spiritual practice with chanting the Name of God. Seekers around the world have observed benefits of chanting on a medical, psychological, and spiritual level.
Introductory articles to chanting
Benefits of chanting the Name of God
Learn about the three things you can do right away to begin or complement your spiritual journey.
Practical articles on chanting the Name of God
Chanting the Name of God as per one’s religion of birth is the recommended foundation of spiritual practice.
Other articles on chanting the Name of God
We are often acting or thinking because of deep-rooted impressions in our subconscious mind.
Spiritual remedies to compliment chanting the Name of God
- The spiritual technique Nyas focuses spiritual energy generated through chanting to specific chakras.
- Placing empty boxes around you while doing concentrated chanting has many spiritual benefits.
- Using SSRF incense sticks to purify the premise can improve the quality of chanting.
Learn how Cyriaque overcame ancestral problems through chanting the Name of God.
Virendra shares how chanting removed his reoccurring and frequent mouth ulcers.
John explains how chanting the Name of God gave him immediate relief from eczema on his hand.
Due to the increase in raja-tama in the current times the recommended minimum amount of chanting is 2 hours a day.
“I had an important realisation the other day with regards to the importance we need to give our spiritual practice.” – Mrs Shobhna Shet
SSRF Saints H. H. Atul Dighe and H. H. Lola Vezilić share why it is important to begin your spiritual practice of chanting.