Hari Om Tat Sat is a prayer that adores the great creator and liberator, who out of love and compassion manifests, to protect us, in a physical form. Also, this Sanskrit mantra evokes the living God, asking freedom and protection from all sorrow and suffering.
The mantra is Kalyuga version of ”Om Tat Sat.” Om Tat Sat can be literally translated as the ”Supreme Absolute Truth” or ”all that is.”
In comparison to other yugas, the scope of attaining higher states of consciousness is less in present yuga. This is due to a higher frequency of the changes that take place. Hence, the mantra offers better grasp in Kali Yuga because it starts with ”Hari” – the physical form of the God, so it is a pragmatic version for a physical entity to pick and explore the Sat.
Hari Om Tat Sat bhajan complete lyrics:
„Om Sat Chit Ananda Parabrahma
Sri Bhagavathi Sametha
Sri Bhagavathe Namaha.”
Hari Om Tat Sat mantra meaning:
Whenever you chant the Moola mantra and you know its meaning, plus you recite with that feeling in your heart, then the energy of the mantra would flow million times more powerful. Hence, it is important to know the meaning of the mantra when you practice it.
Hari represents the omnipresent and omnipotent energy, also the omnipresent sky capable of burning anything.
Om is the most important of all Sanskrit mantras. All mantras usually begin and frequently end with this syllable. ”Om” is truly understood only when you have gone beyond all language, all thinking, and when your mind is completely silent, in a pure silence, not even a ripple.
Tat translates as ”all that is” or ”that.” In addition, ”Tat” represents the omnipotent, omnipresent, omniconscient Supreme Self.
Sat translates as ”truth,” that which is not ephemeral or evanescent, the underlying basis, which is universal. Furthermore, ”Sat” is used to represent the ”Real Existence,” which is permanent as opposed to the physical/ephemeral existence.
”Glory to Thee, the embodiment of power and truth.”
Chanting Moola mantra benefits:
Reciting mantras is a spiritual discipline believed to improve listening skills and concentration, raise energy levels, reduce stress and more sensitivity toward other people. When we chant Sanskrit mantras, it keeps the prana (energy) inside of us because each sacred mantra combines sounds from the 50 letters of the ancient Sanskrit alphabet.
More importantly, according to studies have found that reciting Sanskrit mantras with concentration and sincere dedication enables the practitioner to reduce the adrenaline levels which in turn helps in lowering the stress levels.
In the chanting of the mantra, the sound is very important, for it can bring long-lasting transformation in you while leading you to strength and power. Also, mantras have a tremendous impact on mental and body levels.
Therefore, just like when you call a person he comes and makes you feel his presence, the same manner when you chant this powerful mantra, the supreme healing energy manifests everywhere around you.
For people who are unable to recite the mantra, spiritual teachers advise to listening to the mantras being recited as this too can have tremendous positive effects on the mind and body.