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Regular chanting of Hanuman Mantra increases a person’s resilience

Regular chanting of Hanuman Mantra increases a person’s resilience

Regular chanting of Hanuman Mantra increases a person’s resilience and

he emerges victorious in every challenging situation. Hanuman mantra
helps to overcome the difficulties or problems one might encounter in
getting a wish fulfilled. Repeated Japa of Hanuman Mantra is believed
to dispel ghosts and spirits and ward off maladies such as fever and
epilepsy. Hanuman Mantra is also used for attaining physical strength,
stamina and power. Hanuman Mantra helps to quickly solve the problems
of life such as problems in married life, debt problems, mental
disturbances and agony, etc. Hanuman Mantar Japa blesses one with the
qualities of courage and confidence, thwarts the efforts of one’s
enemies and ensures success, strengthens the immune system and blesses
one with a long life. By chanting the Hanuman Mantra daily, one
becomes active and energetic and doesn’t experience laziness in doing
any work.

Some people claim to have seen Lord Hanuman’s footprints at various places in India. 

Some people claim to have seen Lord Hanuman’s footprints at various places in India. 

Some people claim to have seen His footprints at various places in

India. They not only worship these footprints, but also set up temples
around them.
Lord Rama himself commanded his ardent devotee to remain on earth,
even while he gave up his own mortal form. Obeying his command, Lord
Hanuman began to reside in the jungles.
While he was resident in Sri Lanka’s jungles on Piduruthalagala
(tallest mountain), some tribals came forward to serve Lord Hanuman.
Pleased with their devotion, he gave them a special mantra, which
would make him visible to them. He further assured them that he would
return every 41 years, in order to deliver Atman Gnan to future
generations. The tribals still live in the same place, performing
Charan Puja to invite the Monkey God during the specified time. The
headman even maintains a logbook to record every word uttered by Lord
Hanuman during his visits.
The mantra is available to all, but comes with two conditions
attached. While chanting Kaaltantu Kaarecharanti Enar Marishnu,
Nirmukter Kaaletwam Amarishnu ((कालतंतु कारेचरन्ति एनर मरिष्णु,
निर्मुक्तेर कालेत्वम अमरिष्णु) repeatedly, the chanter should feel a
soul connection with Lord Hanuman. This is possible through
contemplation and meditation. They should follow the chanting.
Secondly, no other human being, who does not feel this connection, may
stay within the vicinity, when the chanter is going through this
exercise. The distance between the chanter and the onlooker, should be
980 meters.

Purusha, Prakriti and Parameshwara – 

Purusha, Prakriti and Parameshwara – 

Strictly according to the Vedas, the fountain-head of Hinduism – there are three entities which are beginningless and immortal – Purusha, Prakriti and Parameshwara – that, kind of, takes care of the immortal aspect of Hanumana. Now, even our (mine and yours) atmas (meaning – self) do not technically die! They are immortal and just changes bodies – as we reject old clothes! This is what the Geeta teaches us! Hence, whether it is separately mentioned – or not – Hanumana, too has a ‘self’ that cannot be destroyed!

And yes, Ramayana – the epic, has definitely immortalised Hanumana in the hearts of the Indians through generations!

Tulsee-daas sadaa hari cheraa,keejai naath hridaya mahan deraa

Tulsee-daas sadaa hari cheraa,keejai naath hridaya mahan deraa

Life without air .

Hanuman’s enraged father decided to go on a strike until the one who hurt his child was punished. Imagine if there is no wind on earth! How would it be? No gentle cooling breeze when the sun blazes down. No power to move the rain-bearing clouds. Why, after a point, both humans and animals couldn’t breathe. Vayu’s strike made life on earth difficult.

The gods knew they had to placate Vayu. So, they offered the baby a multitude of boons. Brahma said that no weapon would ever hurt Hanuman and that he would be able to change his form at will and travel wherever he chose. Indra’s boon was that the Vajra would no longer hurt the child and that his body would be stronger than the weapon. Varuna, the god of the ocean, offered him protection from water.
Agni, the god of fire, blessed him with immunity to fire. Surya, the sun god, gave him the power to change the size of his body. Yama blessed him with good health and immortality. Vishwakarma, the divine architect, offered a boon that Hanuman would be safe from all objects of his creation.
With all these boons, Hanuman became a great warrior who played a crucial role in the Ramayan. But that story is for another time.

Jo yah parhai hanumaan chaaleesaa,Hoy siddhi saakhee gaureesaa

Jo yah parhai hanumaan chaaleesaa,Hoy siddhi saakhee gaureesaa

“Whoever studies this Hanuman Chaleesa will attain success in whatever project he undertakes. He will attain the highest perfection. May Lord Shiva be the witness to my statement.” Thus says Saint Tulsidas.

Not a single recitation of the Hanuman Chaleesa goes in vain. A devotee continues to be enriched spiritually until he becomes free of the bondage of the world-process and attains the supreme bliss of Liberation. This is the firm declaration made by Saint Tulsidas in the name of Lord Shiva.

Jo sat baar paath kar koyee,Chhootahin bandi mahaa sukh hoyee

Jo sat baar paath kar koyee,Chhootahin bandi mahaa sukh hoyee

Whoever recites this Hanuman Chaleesa (the forty verses in praise of Lord Hanuman) a hundred times, becomes free of all types of bondage and enjoys supreme Bliss.
Since the Hanuman Chaleesa has been recited by countless devotees from ancient times, it has gained immense mantra-related potency. Recitation of a mantra can be done in three ways: vaikhari (verbal), upanshu (semi-verbal or whispering), and mahasik (mental). As devotional feeling deepens, the japa becomes increasingly mental. Reciting “a hundred times” simply implies sustained practice of japa until the goal is reached.

Jai jai jai hanumaan gosaayeen,Kripaa karahu guru dev kee naayeen

Jai jai jai hanumaan gosaayeen,Kripaa karahu guru dev kee naayeen

Glory, glory to Lord Hanuman! Shower Your Grace on me, even like a compassionate Guru.


Divine Grace appears in four forms: Ishwar Kripa (Grace of God), Guru Kripa (Grace of Guru), Shastra Kripa (Grace of scriptures) and Atma-Kripa(Grace of one’s own self). By adoring Hanuman (Divine faith) an aspirant becomes the recipient of all the four forms of Grace.

Sankat katai mitai sab peeraa,Jo sumirai hanumat bala-beeraa

Sankat katai mitai sab peeraa,Jo sumirai hanumat bala-beeraa

All the troubles of life terminate and all sufferings cease for one
whose mind dwells on Lord Hanuman constantly.
By letting the mind dwell on Lord Hanuman—by repeating the Mantra, “Om
Sri Hanumate Namah!” (or any Ishta Mantra), blended with divine
feeling and the act of surrender, all adversities are overcome, all
miseries come to an end. This is the goal of Hanuman-smaran, constant
remembrance of Lord Hanuman, Who is the boundless source of spiritual
strength.

Aur devataa chitta na dharayee,Hanumat seyi sarva sukha karayee

Aur devataa chitta na dharayee,Hanumat seyi sarva sukha karayee

Without being distracted by many gods, one who worships Hanuman with a
one-pointed mind attains all the happiness (of here and hereafter).
An aspirant must worship his Ishta Devata with the help of his Ishta
mantra(Rama) with the insight that all Gods and Goddesses are
different aspects of Rama (THE God). As long as the mind is restricted
by desires (sakamya), it cannot grasp the Non-duality of the Self.  An
aspirant who lacks purity of heart turns to God for transient
attainments. In so doing, he is worshipping “other gods.” Since
Hanuman is the gateway to Rama, a devotee should develop unwavering
devotion to Him. This is the secret of attaining the boundless ocean
of Divine Bliss. This insight echoes in the saying of Lord Jesus:
“Seek ye first the Kingdom of Heaven (God). All else shall be added
unto thee.”