Mantra for the Day – RAM SUA

January 24, 2018

Mantra for the Day – RAM SUA

January 24, 2018

Basically

This mantra is to develop the chakra of the solar plexus. Which when open endows the faculty of telepathy.

Besides that, activating the chakra of the solar plexus strengthens the health and vitality of the plexuses and organs surrounding the solar plexus, such as the digestive organs.

Chanting the mantra ‘U’ helps when we have an upset stomach.

Also having a working solar plexus chakra allows our body to be better nourished by the energies from the sun.

Excerpt from Master Samael (“Lesson VII – Mysteries of the Fire”)

  1. Manipura is the third chakra of our spinal medulla.

  2. This chakra of our spinal medulla resides in the Laabhi-Sthana (umbilical region).

  3. When this chakra awakens, it makes the hepatic and spleen chakras to enter into activity.

  4. Ten nadi yogas emanate from this chakra.

  5. The colour of this chakra is of resplendent fire.

  6. The tattwa Tejas is intimately related with this marvellous chakra.

  7. The deity that rules this chakra is Vishnu, and the God Lakshmi is intimately related with this chakra.

8. The mantram RAM awakens this marvellous chakra. If one elongates the sounds of each letter as such: RRRRRRRR AAAAAAAAA MMMMMMM


  1. Our disciples can invoke the God Agni to help awaken this marvellous fire.

  2. The God Agni takes the form of a recently born child and when he presents himself dressed formally he wears a crystal tunic marvellously adorned.

  3. Then we see the face of this amazing Being, it is like an ineffable ray of lighting.

  4. Agni’s aura produces light and music.

  5. Agni is the God of fire, that restores the igneous powers of each of the seven bodies.

  6. The mantram SWA is pronounced like such: SUUUUUUAAAAAAA. Sua!

  7. The yogi that learns how to meditate on this chakra reaches the Patala Siddhi, acquiring great occult powers and liberates oneself from all sicknesses.

  8. This chakra is the telepathic centre or the brain of the emotions.

  9. The mental waves of people that think about us arrive at the solar plexus and later move to our brain.


  10. As such, it is our receiving antenna.

  11. Our pineal gland is our transmitting centre.

  12. This chakra recognises solar forces and with these it nourishes all the plexuses.

  13. The yogi that awakens this chakra acquires the faculty of telepathy.

  14. The yogi that awakens this chakra, does not fear fire and can remain alive amongst the flames.

Basically

This mantra is to develop the chakra of the solar plexus. Which when open endows the faculty of telepathy.

Besides that, activating the chakra of the solar plexus strengthens the health and vitality of the plexuses and organs surrounding the solar plexus, such as the digestive organs.

Chanting the mantra ‘U’ helps when we have an upset stomach.

Also having a working solar plexus chakra allows our body to be better nourished by the energies from the sun.

Excerpt from Master Samael (“Lesson VII – Mysteries of the Fire”)

  1. Manipura is the third chakra of our spinal medulla.

  2. This chakra of our spinal medulla resides in the Laabhi-Sthana (umbilical region).

  3. When this chakra awakens, it makes the hepatic and spleen chakras to enter into activity.

  4. Ten nadi yogas emanate from this chakra.

  5. The colour of this chakra is of resplendent fire.

  6. The tattwa Tejas is intimately related with this marvellous chakra.

  7. The deity that rules this chakra is Vishnu, and the God Lakshmi is intimately related with this chakra.

8. The mantram RAM awakens this marvellous chakra. If one elongates the sounds of each letter as such: RRRRRRRR AAAAAAAAA MMMMMMM


  1. Our disciples can invoke the God Agni to help awaken this marvellous fire.

  2. The God Agni takes the form of a recently born child and when he presents himself dressed formally he wears a crystal tunic marvellously adorned.

  3. Then we see the face of this amazing Being, it is like an ineffable ray of lighting.

  4. Agni’s aura produces light and music.

  5. Agni is the God of fire, that restores the igneous powers of each of the seven bodies.

  6. The mantram SWA is pronounced like such: SUUUUUUAAAAAAA. Sua!

  7. The yogi that learns how to meditate on this chakra reaches the Patala Siddhi, acquiring great occult powers and liberates oneself from all sicknesses.

  8. This chakra is the telepathic centre or the brain of the emotions.

  9. The mental waves of people that think about us arrive at the solar plexus and later move to our brain.


  10. As such, it is our receiving antenna.

  11. Our pineal gland is our transmitting centre.

  12. This chakra recognises solar forces and with these it nourishes all the plexuses.

  13. The yogi that awakens this chakra acquires the faculty of telepathy.

  14. The yogi that awakens this chakra, does not fear fire and can remain alive amongst the flames.

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