OM Chanting brings people together to share the positive vibrations of OM and their love for Mother Earth in local communities and nations around the world. In this way, regular OM Chanting circles and monthly Full Moon circles are a priceless gift for humanity. Due to a special blessing, OM Chanting generates a vibrational frequency that releases negativity, transforms it and showers participants with positive energy.
The vibrational waves created by the circle spread out in a 2-kilometre radius, creating a harmonious, peaceful environment and a unity between humans and nature. The OM continues to resonate in participants’ bodies after the circle, allowing them to share the good vibrations wherever they go. The practice promotes inner peace, positivity, mental clarity, emotional freedom and physical health.
What People Say
The moment people start to chant together in the OM Chanting circle, their own vibration is transformed into OM. Whoever is inside the circle is showered with this energy and that’s what changes the vibration of the body. Even the cells which are dead start vibrating. So, wherever you go, your aura vibrates with the cosmic sound OM.
Paramahamsa Sri Swami Vishwananda
Ancient technique for modern times
Grace of the Masters. Many people are aware of the power of OM, but only a Master knows how to activate its full potential. Paramahamsa Vishwananda is such a Master. Through His blessing and grace, this ancient practice is available to help create positive energy around the world.
A Special Blessing. The practice works because of a unique combination of seating, continuous chanting of OM and the presence of an OM Chanting Organiser who carries the blessing of Paramahamsa Vishwananda. The Master’s blessing is what permits the transformation of negativity energy.
Vibration of OM. OM is the universal sound of creation; it is the highest and purest vibration that exists. Rishis of ancient times perfected OM Chanting and used it for healing. Forgotten over time, this ancient group technique has been reintroduced by Paramahamsa Vishwananda.