Om Mantra: For practicing ‘Om Mantra’, take a position in Padmasana or Sukhasana. Close your eyes and bring both the hands in Gyan Mudra and touch the tip of thumb with the tip of index finger. Back and the neck should be straight. Keep all the muscles of the body relaxed. Body should be in a still position. Take deep breath and without giving a pause, say ‘Om’. Concentrate on pronouncing ‘Om’. First, practice it for five minutes and then increase it from 20 to 25 minutes.

Benefits: The practice cures high blood pressure, tension, migraine, constipation, gastric problems, indigestion, heart (attack) ailments etc. By practicing ‘Om Mantra’, the problem of stammering is also cured. The chanting of ‘Om Mantra’ improves the internal brightness. Om is the highest name for almighty God and by chanting it; we will remember Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesha. By this, we try to receive their blessings and start living in the present.