Mantra-caitanya; 1 Definition(s)

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Mantra-caitanya is the élan vita of Mantra Sādhanā. It is an esoteric principles for unifying the internal ectoplasmic vibration with the cosmological vibration and lead on to the realm of spiritual sublimity. The adjustment between the individual ectoplasmic vibration and the cosmic vibration is the science and metaphysics of Mantra Śāstra. Mantras without consciousness force is of no consequence. Mantras which are alive with their live-force give all success.

Source: Google Books: Buddhist Tantra: A Philosophical Reflection and Religious Investigation

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