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The Advanced Course

Part 2

Mantras of  the Deities

It is that power of the word that expresses Spirit.

A mantra is nothing but a thought which is vibrated.

Any thought that is vibrated is a mantra." - Shri Mataji.

These Sanskrit verses are chanted in praise of the presiding Deities in the person of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi

supports and energizes these centers 

As we've learnt in The Advanced Course - Part One, Deities reside within our chakras and impart spiritual qualities when in their awakened states within us...So what assist in awakening the deities are the Mantras.

In this lesson we are going to talk about the Mantras that should be said to help cleanse the chakra, awaken the Deity within that chakra and strengthen and deepen our connection to the energy of the Deity. 

The Basic form of the mantra is as follows, with the name of the deity inserted on the dotted line.

Aum twameva sakshat ..........sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Matatji

Shri Nirmala Devyai namo namah

Amen, O Divine Mother Shri Mataji, verily You are Shri Ganesha. Salutations to You!

How should a mantra be said?

Shri Mataji has instructed at various times that the mantras should not be said in a low bass voice, but a little higher than the usual tone of the normal speaking voice, as this helps clear the left side.  The rhythm and speed should be moderate, without hurrying or excessive slowness.

It should always be remembered that the point of the mantra is to invoke and please the deity and all care should be taken not to fall into artificiality and ritualism.  A mantra is merely a key that opens the door to the Spirit.

Sanskrit Mantras

Everything has come in Sanskrit, because Sanskrit is really a Deva-vani (a language of the Gods).  

Apart from that, when the Kundalini moves, Shri makes vibrations.  She makes special sound, which are Devanagari sounds on different chakras.  

Shri Ganesha Mantra
Here is a video on how the mantra can be sung.
But of course, when you are clearing your chakras you could just say the mantra in a faster pace than how it is being sung in this video.

Maha Mantra

Aum twameva sakshat

Shri Maha Lakshmi, Maha Saraswathi, Maha Kali Trigunatmika Kundalini sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Matatji Shri Nirmala Devyai namo namah

Aum twameva sakshat

Shri Kalki sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Matatji Shri Nirmala Devyai namo namah

Aum twameva sakshat

Shri Kalki sakshat, Shri Sahastrara Swamini Moksha Pradayani Mataji Shri Nirmala Deviyai Namo Namaha

Video recording on Maha Mantra to follow shortly

Here are Three Tables which contain the mantras and affirmations for the three side of the  chakras. 
You can start by saying the mantras, whilst footsoaking as follows:
Day One, say the left side mantras
Day Two, say the rights side mantras and
Day Three, work on the center chakras.

As you continue in this manner, you will get used to saying the mantras and they will become firmiliar to you.  But most importantly you will be clearing your chakras.

The 3 Nadis



Clearing of the Right Channel

Om Twameva Sakshat

Shri MahaSaraswathi Hanumana Sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Mataji

Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namaha


Clearing of the Center Channel

Om Twameva Sakshat

Shri MahaLakshmi Ganesha Sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Mataji

Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namaha

Clearing of the Left Channel

Om Twameva Sakshat

Shri Mahakali Bhairava Sakshat

Shri Adi Shakti Mataji

Shri Nirmala Devi Namo Namaha

This Table has the above Mantras and more...
List of Deities for each chakra.jpeg


You have now come to the end of the advanced course


We do hope that you enjoyed the course and have learnt a lot and grown deeper within. 


  • Please could you enlighten us on how do you feel now. 

  • Do you feel that the course helped you understand yourself better. 

  • How is your meditations going?

  • Are you able to feel the peace and inner silence?

  • Have you been able to reach the Thoughtless Awareness state?

  • Have you noticed any positive changes taking place in your personal life, family life etc.

  • Anything else that you would like to share with us...

  • Would you like to continue by joining the Sahaja Yoga Collective?


                                                      Thank you!

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