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(1) MANTRA

Monitoring & Actualization of Noetic TRAining. A feasibility study which assessed the effect of noetic therapies—stress relaxation, imagery, touch therapy, and prayer—as adjuncts to percutaneous intervention during unstable coronary syndromes
Conclusions Of the noetic therapies, off-site intercessory prayer had the lowest short- and long-term absolute complication rates

(2) Mantra

A word/phrase used in yoga, meditation, and autosuggestive therapy, to facilitate mental immobilisation

mantra

(măn-tră)
A word, phrase, or sound repeated to oneself to focus the mind or reduce stray thoughts during meditation.

mantra (mänˑ·tr),

n “mind protection;” in Hinduism and Buddhism, a pure sound that is used in meditation and rituals.
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Vashikaran mantra or Akarshan mantra is a tactic of astrology which is use for controlling the mind of someone and for making agree on them with your each and every talk.
The beauty of the sacred mantra is that we have this tool with us wherever we go, and we can learn to use it in every situation we encounter throughout the day-in business meetings, while shopping, when The beauty of the sacred mantra is that we have this tool with us wherever we go, and we can learn to use it in every situation we encounter throughout the day-in business meetings, while shopping, when interacting with others, sitting in traffic, and during our ordinary tasks.
Bormann and colleagues (2006, 2009) studied the practice of spiritual meditation through the use of spiritually based mantras in subjects with human immunodeficiency virus.
insists that a properly religious reading of these mantras requires thorough immersion in Srivaisnava commentarial traditions, and the bulk of the volume is taken up with summary and exposition of the prominent commentator Vedanta Desika (1268-1369).
Apart from locating the mantras within their context and painstakingly unpacking the wealth of insights that dwell in each syllabus and phrase, Clooney attempts, with evident sincerity, not just to find easy parallels or quick resonances with the Christian tradition but also to bring the mantras into dialog with Christian understandings of the truth of God.
A report in the British Medical Journal by experts from the University of Pavia claims the Ave Maria has a similar rhythm to mantras.
There Ramakrishna had the vision of Mother Kali, the Divine Mother of the Universe, walking amidst the funeral pyres of the deceased, untying the knots of their ignorance, as Lord Shiva whispered into their ears the mantra of final liberation.
One of the main general conclusions appears near the end of chapter III: "I believe that we may conclude that the Balinese ritual as we know it replete with Indian mantras, is the successor to a similar Balinese ritual in which the mantras were not Indic, just as the Dayak recitations are not Indic even though they are in a mantra-like language" (p.
This implication is strengthened by the last line of the first paragraph quoted, which suggests mantras are empty words.
Saltburn Wellbeing Centre Most people have heard the word Mantra.
Mantras are a form of self-talk--usually in very short utterances--which can have a powerful influence over our thinking.