oṃ namo bhagavate vāsudevāya


oṃ namo bhagavate vāsudevāya  
(IAST)
ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय (Devanagari)
[OM NAH-MOH BHAH-GAH-VAH-TEH VAH-SOO-DEA-VAH-YAH]

“Om is the name of the Indweller in me that is ever in unity with all of creation. Kindly reveal your truth to me.”

You can use this mantra to enhance your male energy.

Use this mantra to obtain spiritual freedom. The essence of the Divine is everywhere, but we identify with our individual ego-centered existence. This mantra builds a link between conscious divinity at every level of creation and our own ego-based consciousness. Eventually, our sense of identity changes to include all life, even as we know we are living in an individual body.


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Vasudeva means “the In-dweller,” referring to the soul or atman. Since the soul is always divine and a part of God everywhere, this Vasudeva mantra–at an advanced level–can be a vehicle for uniting with divinity anywhere in the cosmos.

When the twelve syllables of the mantra are chanted, energy is rotate around the spine, stimulating the positive and negative poles of the cakras. The energy first goes down the spine, then back up. After the mantra is chanted many thousands of times, energy is rotated around the spine to such an extent that it becomes spiritually magnetized. This allows for higher vibrations and octaves of spiritual energy to be invoked and held in the subtle body. Finally, the subtle body becomes so energy-based that it can ultimately survive without its physical body.

The Vasudeva Mantra is the one that Prahalad–one of the greatest child bhaktas (those strongly or entirely devoted to God)–was initiated into by the great sage, Narada, while still in the womb. This mantra, practiced by Prahalad as a very young child, led to his complete spiritual freedom.