|Shanti Mantra is a mantra for universal peace. This particular mantra is dedicated to the relationship between the teacher and the disciple. The chanting of this mantra ensures peace, growth and love amongst the learner and the learned.
Shanti Mantras often ends with three times chanting of “Shanti”. The word “Shanti” here refers to three kinds of peace to the universe which come form three kind of disturbances:
SUMMARY OF THE MANTRA
Tejaswina vadhita mastu ma vid visha vahai
Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti.
This is the universal mantra for peace, dedicated to the relationship between the Guru (the teacher, the master, the guide) and the disciple (student, aspirant). Together they pray to almighty - Oh Lord! Bless us so that together we may grow, protect us, bless our lives with nectar and bliss, redirect our lives toward knowledge and let this sword of knowledge be a tool to nullify the bad karmas and ignorance. We may be pure in actions, words and deeds. Together we may nourish and act as a catalyst to each other’s uplifting.(moral, mental & spiritual growth). Let there never be a quarrel or discord among us.
Let peace be! Let peace be! Let peace be!
Adidaivkam The disturbances cased by natural forces, beyond our control like floods, earthquakes, famine, tornadoes etc.
Adibhautikam The disturbances caused by surroundings or worldly in nature, can be controlled by working upon them like the sounds pollution, water pollution, family arguments etc.
Adhyatmikam The disturbances caused by self like indiscipline, negative thoughts or actions, egoism, attitude of revenge etc and are completely in our control by controlling the mind of ego and negative thoughts.
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