Shreem brzee mantra is thought to have
been created by Vishwamitra, a guru of Rama who is an avatar of the Hindu god, Vishnu. The chanting of
these sounds was designed to uplift people through the attraction
of both spiritual and material well-being.
The mantra is recited as “Om shreem brzee namaha,” which may be translated as follows:
- Om is a spiritual sound
representing the universe, or Brahman, which is the essence of all creation.
It is typically recited at the beginning and end of all Hindu
prayers and is frequently chanted during yoga practice.
- Shreem is a bija that
reflects Lakshmi's power of prosperity and indicates blessings,
creativity, peace and surrender.
- Brzee is a request to vanquish
scarcity of the conscious mind.
- Namaha means “In your essence, I
bow to you” or “I submit to you.”