Moola mantra is a powerful mantra whether or not you know the meaning of it
Moola Mantra Lyrics
Om Satchitananda Parabrahma
Sri Bhagavati Sametha
Sri Bhagavate Namaha
Moola Mantra Meaning
This mantra is asking God for protection from sorrow and suffering.
The Moola mantra can be roughly translated as follows:
We are calling on the highest power, the creator of the universe
The creator of all mankind who comes into my heart and becomes my inner voice whenever I ask
The divine mother, combined with
The divine father, I ask for guidance at all times
That is the not quite literal translation of the Moola mantra. That is more of the direct meaning that can be taken from the lyrics.
You can also find a fuller meaning provided by Om Oneness.
There are some purist believers who say that you should only recite the Moola mantra after bathing and before eating, to preserve the purity of the mantra, however I can’t really see how saying a prayer at any time is a bad thing personally.
Chanting the Moola mantra with a pure heart and full consciousness is said to give you the peace of mind that is similar to when you receive a blessing.
The Moola mantra calls on the Divine and brings grace into your life, regardless of faith, beliefs, culture, or tradition. You can also chant the Moola mantra with a specific prayer in your heart if you wish.
According to Oneness Movement Central Florida
This Mantra is like calling a name. Just like when you call a person he comes and makes you feel his presence, in the same manner when you chant this mantra the Supreme Energy manifests everywhere around you. As the Universe is omnipresent, this Supreme Energy can manifest anywhere and anytime. It is also very important to know that invocation of the Moola Mantra with deep humility, respect and with great necessity makes the Divine Presence stronger.
So next time you want to ask for some protection from the divine, just chant this short mantra and allow the energy to flow from within you.