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
We are born in that very religion which is most conducive to begin our spiritual practice.
Understand how chanting as spiritual practice allows us to follow the 6 basic principles of Spirituality for fast spiritual growth.
Any repeated thought or action forms an impression that if reinforced becomes a centre. This is the same principle used to create the devotion centre. We chant the Name of God according to the religion of our birth.
Understand though subtle drawings what happens when we chant the Name of God.
Benefits of chanting the Name of God
Chanting means repetition of God’s Name. Chanting brings us many medical, psychological and spiritual benefits. If we chant with the intention of spiritual progress, we will achieve our aim and experience all the other benefits of chanting too.
Medical benefits of chanting include the symptoms of disease being visible before the disease sets in and physical benefit due to mental stability.
Psychological benefits of chanting include the subconscious mind getting purified, increase in concentration, introversion and introspection and purification of speech.
Spiritual benefits of chanting include the ability to overcome destiny and ancestral problems, elimination of distress, purification of Kundalini centres and many benefits for our spiritual practice.
This article explains whether one can get any benefit if one chants without faith.
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
According to the science of Spirituality, we do not need a special time and place to chant the Name of God.
Our goal is to be able to chant the Name of God continuously and with concentration. Keeping this in mind, we can make efforts to chant at all times in any position.
This article explains why we sometimes feel distress, discomfort or pain while chanting.
This article explains how to increase the spiritual practice of chanting the Name of God.
Many thoughts can disrupt our chanting. Here we give practical tips on how to improve concentration in chanting.
This article explains how it is possible to chant during working hours or when talking with someone.
This level of chanting happens at a much later stage in our spiritual journey when the chanting centre is well established in the sub-conscious mind.
Other articles on chanting the Name of God
In this article we define chanting and meditation, outline the differences between them and study why chanting is a more beneficial spiritual practice in the current era.
It is better to chant the Name of the family deity or the Divine Principle as per one’s religion for rapid spiritual progress.
This article explains the commonly and frequently asked questions about what Name of God one should chant.
Spiritual remedies to compliment chanting the Name of God
Cyriaque overcame ancestral problems through chanting.
Virendra shares how chanting removed his reoccurring and frequent mouth ulcers.
John explains how chanting the Name of God relieved his eczema immediately.
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 His Holiness Atul Dighe and Her Holiness Lola Vezilić share why it is important to begin your spiritual practice of chanting.