Humee Hum Brahm Hum Kundalini mantra meditation meaning:
The ancient sound “Hummm” is a beej mantra, that vibrates within the Anahata chakra, also known as heart chakra. This Kundalini mantra translates as ”We are we and we are God.”
Anahata chakra is the wellspring of love, compassion, warmth, and joy and is located in the center of the chest, at heart level. The energy of this energy center allows us to recognize that we are part of something larger, that we are all interconnected within an intricate web of energy extending through life and the whole creation.
Most of the world’s authentic spiritual traditions recognize love as the unifying force, the principal energy that is the most fundamental part of the creation, and of ourselves.
Recite this mantra when you feel yourself closing your heart to the world, and instead lead passionately with your heart.
Mantra meditation method
Time is an essential factor when you practice meditation. Take out at least 15-30 minutes from your busy schedule to practice daily. In addition, mantra meditation can be practiced in any location. Nevertheless, it is recommended that you choose a place that is quiet, where you won’t be easily disturbed.
If you have other people in the house, such as family members or friends, then you might want to choose a time such as early in the morning (before sunrise) or late in the evening when everyone else is in bed.
Sit in easy pose. Close your eyes. Cross the hands, right over left, over the Anahata chakra. Feel your heart beat. Focus your attention on your breathing and relax.
Once you feel relaxed, start repeating the mantra. If you repeat the mantra out loud, allow your body to feel the vibrations of your spoken voice. If you are in a place where you cannot repeat the mantra out loud, then repeating it in your mind will be just as beneficial.
To end the mantra meditation, inhale deeply, suspend the breath, and press the hands firmly on the Anahata chakra. Exhale in one powerful stroke through the mouth. Repeat this 3 times. Then, be still or deeply relaxed on your back.
As you are saying the mantra, you may notice that your mind is beginning to wander. If this happens, bring your concentration back to your mantra recitation and your breathing.
In order to be successful with this spiritual practice, you simply need to notice when your mind is wandering and bring your concentration back to the present moment.
The repetition of the mantra will have the benefit of providing the conscious mind with a profound restful state, along with increasing your capacity to concentrate and focus.
As you develop a regular mantra meditation spiritual practice, you will start to develop a deeper understanding of self. Moreover, you will start to peel back the layers of your mind as awareness of your hopes, desires, fears, aspirations.
All of your submerged and forgotten thoughts float to the surface. And with each mantra meditation session, you witness your life as it unfolds and as it does, a deeper spiritual awareness grows.