Altering Consciousness with Mantra Chanting

Reading Mind

Mantra Sadhana to Access Subtle Dimensions

In order to be able to access subtle dimensions, one has to take up Mantra Sadhana.

Mantra Sadhana initially clears the unwanted thought patterns and information stored in the memory.

This memory is closely connected to the conscious and unconscious mind.

For an average man, memory has much desirable and undesirable information.

This information cycles through, in many ways, in the conscious and unconscious realms of the mind.

Since there is an overflow of such matter within the consciousness, man is often not aware of what goes on in his mind.

This is because several thoughts appear simultaneously on the conscious as well as the unconscious plane of the mind.

So, man is not able to hold his attention on thoughts on the conscious plane even.

Man, anyway does not have access to the unconscious realms of his own mind.

Hence he is in darkness when it comes to his understanding of the unconscious corridors of his mind.

Can We Access Others’ Minds?  

Many people wonder if there are means and mechanisms to know, what is happening in the other person’s mind.

The answer is quite straightforward.

Our own unawareness stops us from knowing what is happening in someone else’s mind.


But the Science of Mantra Sadhana exhorts that such a thing is possible, only if we equip ourselves through the power chanting of Mantra.

Expanding Consciousness Beyond Ourselves  

Many times, people do not know what is happening in their minds, be it on the conscious or unconscious planes.

Mantra Sadhana helps one to conserve different types of energies.

This shall assist in catching the thought waves running through the conscious and unconscious plane of the other’s mind.

Through Mantra Sadhana, a person is able to clear his own memory from unwanted information, that is choking his consciousness and make himself more expansive.

As his practice starts to improve, he is able to expand his conscious and subconscious reach.

He shall then be able to conserve energy to connect and know what is happening on the conscious and unconscious planes of the other individual’s mind.

Experience in Knowing the Other’s Mind

An adept sadhaka latches on to the thoughts running in someone else’s mind, as he even approaches the other individual.

But when the sadhaka reveals to the other person, what is going on in his mind, the other person may say that the sadhaka is wrong.

The person, whom, the sadhaka approaches, is an average individual, who is already being bombarded with innumerable thoughts.

This person is also not aware of his own thoughts.

This is a great possibility.

Although the sadhaka would be right in catching the exact thought in the other’s mind, the individual may deny it.


This may be due to his own incapability in taking cognizance of the mind’s active thought.

It is also possible that the sadhaka could have grabbed the exact thought in the other individual, that which is floating in the individual’s mind within his mind’s unconscious realm.

Continuous Mental Chanting is Key to the Other’s Inner World  

 This example passes as an attempt to locate the exact standing position of a moving vehicle.

One of the greatest tools towards developing the skill to know the thoughts in the other’s mind is “Manasika Japa”.

This is the habit of continuous mental chanting a specific mantra, provided by the Guru.

If the sadhaka is not proficient in chanting a mantra mentally under all conditions, the Guru asks the sadhaka to sit at one place and chant the mantra at least 10 to 20 thousand times.

As the sadhaka undertakes several bouts of chanting the mantra, sitting at one place, over time, he also becomes proficient in continuous chanting of the mantra, all his waking hours.

One of the most common and powerful mantras undertaken for such purposes is “Om Namah Shivaya”.


By the repeated practice of this mantra, one is able to hold into a thoughtless state at will.

One will then only think if one intends to.

At all other times, the brain remains calm, staying in a profound thoughtless state.

Conditions for being Able to read the Other’s Mind

Another condition for being able to read someone else’s mind is that, along with the sadhaka’s mind, the one whose thoughts are being read, should also be in a relatively calmer state.

He should not be in a stressed condition.

His degree of relaxation also determines his success rate.

Proficiency in Reading the Other’s Mind

When someone meets the sadhaka, the sadhaka, exposed to the aura of the visitor, will immediately be able to gauge the purpose of the visitor.

The visitor does not need to utter a word or express his feelings.

The Sadhaka may exclaim “You have come to me, to know more about your new shop.” 

This may surprise the visitor, seeing the sadhaka’s precision.

But in the world of Mantra Sadhana, these are trivial attainments.

The most important aspect of such attainments is the Practice of Mantra Chanting.

This has to be in the sadhaka’s continuous practice.

Getting the Other’s Intentions  Right

Many times the sadhaka may get a subjective idea about a client’s thoughts if the client has a complicated thought structure.

For example, if the client is thinking about a sadhaka in this manner, ” I do not know whether to trust this man.

I am not sure whether this man is really useful.


My neighbor told me that this person has cheated on some people.

Yet I am taking this chance.”

Now, this is a complicated and very specific thought.

The Sadhaka will only have a gist about the client’s inner motives.

Externally the client may be smiling and acting humble.

He may also be displaying respectful gestures in front of the sadhaka.

However, due to intense sadhana, the sadhaka shall be able to figure out the mental makeup of the visitor in a more subjective manner.

He may not be able to know the exact thoughts of the client, but shall easily be able to determine the innermost intent of anyone.

In certain cases, the sadhaka can also gets hold of specific words and sentences that appeared in the conscious mind of the other person.

This of course depends upon the strength of the sadhana of the Mantra practitioner.

Many times parts of the sentences appearing on the mind slate of other individuals come in bits and pieces.

Then depending on the insight of the Practitioner, he can reconstruct the sentences in his own mind and shall be able to completely scan the conscious mind of other individuals.

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