Can we chant mantra after eating non-veg?

Can we chant mantra after eating non-veg?

To chant mantras a pure mind and soul is required and nothing else. It is absolutely alright to chant mantras after eating meat (non-veg).

Can I read Hanuman Chalisa after eating non veg?

As far as the worship is concerned, you may worship Him on fasting days or those you are not eating non-veg. But do not recite the Hanuman Chalisa at any cost and it invokes Him personally, which is not right after having eaten non-veg. In many religions meat was even offered to Gods in temples.

Can we chant Vishnu Sahasranamam after eating Nonveg?

Vegetarianism is neither necessary, nor sufficient condition for chanting vishnu sahasranama. As, the supreme lord is everything in the world, a devotee do not cause any harm to the operations of the world.

When is Beej mantra chant?

The ideal time for chanting Kleem mantra is early in the morning from 4 am. Preferably the chanting must always be before meal and not after the meal. When this mantra is chanted in group, it gives more powerful results.

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Why do we chant mantras?

For those with a mantra chanting practice, feeling the vibration of the sound current is a sacred and profound experience. Whether we are deep in morning sadhana or driving a car to work, the vibrations leave us in a more peaceful and meditative frame of mind for the rest of our day.

Should I chant If I can’t sing?

Do not attack yourself and convince yourself that you cannot sing and therefore should not be chanting (and certainly not, gasp!, where anyone else could hear you). That is not the purpose of the exercise. Simply notice with a neutral state of mind where you are in the process of chanting.

Do You Change Your Mantra mid way?

Do not change your mantra mid way thinking that it is not working for you. If you can, attain some knowledge on mantra chanting from a known guru and only then start chanting the mantra.

Is it compulsory to use a bead or mala while chanting?

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While it is not compulsory to use a bead or mala while you chant, its a good idea to keep one. This will not only help you concentrate better, but will also help you remember how many rounds you have completed in mantra chanting. The ideal bead should be a rudraksha one, that is beneficial for both your soul and body.