Mantra recitation also called ‘Japa’, consists of repetition of a single syllable (e.g., om) or a string of mantric sounds (e.g., Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna…
What you do outside your meditation session affects your practice while meditating. If you struggle to chant or go as deep into the practice as you’d like, this article is for you. Often, while we do our best to concentrate when we sit to chant, but it’s actually what we have done or not done outside that time, which has a great impact on our experience. I want to share five of the most common challenges faced by practitioners and their solutions below. If you find something relevant to you, focus on that one aspect and work on it, instead of trying to do everything at once.
So, there you go. The Three R’s which will help you in chanting Hare Krishna. Follow these and I am sure you will see an improvement. Do let me know in the comments if this was helpful. If there are specific areas of improvement or challenges you wish to discuss, please feel free to write to me. Happy chanting! Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare.
- Venu Gayak das
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