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Think Calm

Ananda Shruti

For building compassion

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About the course

What will I learn

Dr. Manjunath Gururaj's authentic Veda chanting course is a transformative journey into the ancient and sacred practice of Vedic chanting. He guides participants in unlocking the power of sound and vibration for wellbeing. Through meticulous instruction and personal guidance, he teaches the correct pronunciation, intonation, and rhythm of the Vedic Mantras and shlokas, along with their understanding allowing students to immerse themselves in the divine resonance of these chants.

Benefits of this course

The rhythmic and melodic nature of Vedic Chants, combined with focused attention and concentration, can create a meditative state of mind. This meditative state allows individuals to experience a sense of inner calmness and helps in balancing emotions,  thereby alleviating stress and anxiety. And the vibrational power of the mantras stimulates and unlocks the potential of the human brain and resonates with the interconnectedness of all beings, fostering a deep sense of empathy and love.

Incorporating in my life

This can be for a duration of 10-15 minutes to start with, and gradually increase the time as one gets comfortable with the practice.

About the specialist

Dr. Manjunath Gururaj is a highly accomplished and respected figure in the field of yoga and vedas, particularly known for his expertise in authentic Veda chanting. With a profound background as a yoga philosopher, Ayurveda Pundit, Yoga Anatomy master and Psychologist, Dr. Manjunath draws from his extensive knowledge of ancient scriptures of Ayurveda and Yoga. Born and raised in a traditional Vedic way of life, he is the favoured disciple of renowned Vedic scholar and practical philosopher, Dr. Bannanje Govindacharya. Driven by his guru's teachings, Dr Manjunath has developed a practical and experiential approach to teaching spirituality, blending ancient wisdom with modern science.

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Ancient & scientific relevance

Ancient texts that refer to this

The Rig Veda is an ancient Indian collection of Vedic Sanskrit hymns and it is one of the four sacred canonical Hindu texts known as the Vedas.

Vedic chanting as recognised by the Rig Veda, can enhance mental focus, reduce stress, foster a spiritual connection, and promote a sense of well-being.

Modern research & publications

Research paper: Effect of Vedic chanting on memory and sustained attention

Author(s): Sripad Ghaligi, Hr Nagendra, Ramachandra Bhatt, Swami Vivekananda

Abstract: Research has shown that Vedic chanting can have a positive impact on memory and sustained attention. Regular practice of Vedic chanting has been found to enhance cognitive abilities, including memory retention and recall.

Introductory session

30-45 mins LIVE 1:1 online introductory session with Dr. Manjunath.

The session will be facilitated by the Leela Life Concierge Desk.

Plan for the intro session

Introduction to vedic chanting and its significance

Understand the joy of chanting and discovering happiness within

Experiencing the vibrations of chanting

Engage in an interactive Q&A session ask questions, gain deeper insights, and clarify doubts about the course

Plan for overall course

The specialist will be tailoring the course for you and the exact number of sessions will depend on multiple factors such as need, inclination, interest, absorption and more.

The plan below should give you a rough indication of how many sessions will it take for you to inculcate the learnings from this course in to your regular life by yourself.

Live 1:1 online course
10 sessions
Duration of each session
45 mins
Course price

Session 1

Introduction to Vedic Swaras and "Sahana Vavatu"
  • Explanation of Vedic Swaras: Udaatta, Anudatta, Swarita, Deergha Swarita Meaning and Significance of "Sahana Vavatu" (Sanskrit verse)

Session 2

Understanding Shanti Mantras and "Bhadram Karne"
  • Meaning and Purpose of Shanti Mantras How shanti mantras bring auspiciousness in life Interpretation of "Bhadram Karne" (Sanskrit verse)

Session 3

Exploring "Shanno Mitra" Mantra
  • Vibrations and Meaning of "Shanno Mitra" (Sanskrit verse) Practical exercises for harnessing mantra (sacred sounds) energy

Session 4

Ganapati (Deity) Invocation in "Gananam Twa"
  • Introduction to Ganapati Tattva Understanding the Concept of "Gananam Twa" Meditation on Ganapati energy

Session 5

Namo Brahmane - Meaning and Significance
  • Delving into the Meaning and Vibrations of "Namo Brahmane" (Expression used in prayers) Connecting with the divine through meditation

Session 6

Nada Invocation in "Namo Vache"
  • The Role of Nada (Sound) in "Namo Vache" (Sanskrit phrase) Sound Meditation Exercise

Session 7

Concept of Supreme All-Pervasiveness in "Bhutam Vadisye"
  • Understanding the concept of All-Pervasiveness Meditation on the supreme being

Session 8

Omnipotent Activities of the Supreme in "Daksham Me"
  • Concept of Omnipotence and Its Significance Practical Exercises on Harnessing Divine Power

Session 9

Pruthivi Shanta and the Indwelling Attribute of the Supreme
  • Exploring Panchabhuta (Five Elements) Concept Understanding the Indwelling attribute of the supreme Nature meditation

Session 10

Tacham Yo - Prayer for the Happiness of All Living Entities
  • Deep dive into the prayer for universal happiness Meditation for universal wellbeing

Session 11

Rigveda Invocation Mantra "Vang Me"
  • Significance of Rigveda Invocation Meditation and chanting of "Vang Me" Effects of Rigveda Invocation

Session 12

Purnamada - Concept of Soul Evolution
  • Understanding the evolution of the soul Discuss opportunities for growth and progress available during each Incarnation

Session 13

Diverse Meanings of Ganesha in "Ganesha Atharva Shirsha 1" (sacred text)
  • Exploring the diversified meanings of Ganesha in Atharva Shirsha Meditation and visualization

Session 14

Further Contemplation in "Ganesha Atharva Shirsha 2"
  • Delving Deeper into Various Aspects of Nature and Life Discussion on personal observations

Session 15

Concluding Remarks and Phala Shruti in "Ganesha Atharva Shirsha 3"
  • Concluding Thoughts on the Ganesha Atharva Shirsha Phala Shruti, blessings, and outcomes associated with chanting

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Dr. Manjunath

Yoga philosopher, Ayurveda Pundit and Educator

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