Monday, 23 May 2016
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There exist different transcriptions to this mantra, and especially to the seed.

Kreem (Bija)
Om Krim Kali (Sanskrit version)
Om Kring Kalikaye Namah (Hindi version)
Om Klim Kalika-Yei Namaha (?)

Which would be the exact pronounciation to use?
I have learnt that Krim is Sanskrit while Kring is Hindi and both mean the same.
About Klim I am not sure, does it have the same meaning or is it a different seed, so the whole mantra would have a different effect if used this way?

For the syllable following Kalika there exist different notations, too – like “yai”, “yei”, “ye”.
How is the vowel to be pronounced? Is it like in “eye” or “lie”; is it rather like in “tray”; or should it be a simple “ye” like the old englisch version of “you”?

Last but not least, very important: Is this mantra safe to use if not given to one by a Guru?

I am currently using it to eradicate my errors, egos, darknesses and make space for a new understanding, for conscious action, right decision and light inside. I was in a situation of great despair, because of a deception being revealed in my life when I decided to start with the mantra, some weeks ago. Mainly I used it as a mind protection from the bombardement of painful thoughts amd memories that were torturing me, and as a hope for refuge to a higher power, even Mother Kali. It helped. It even continued in my dreams and in meditation, it seemed that the mantra was perpetuating itself and it formed a mental layer like a carpet carrying me through my suffering. At first it whirled up much mud but now everything becomes clearer. So I feel better now and actually free of those old illusions, and I accredit it to the mantra.

Some people in the internet warn of its use, they say this is a mantra that should only be used by instruction trough a Guru, otherwise it could have dangerous effects.

What do you say? Is it dangerous or will I be ok continuing with it? It resonates with me and gives me much love and confidence that She, who is Time, burns all old and hostile mental forms and thus initiates the creation of better ones.
1 year ago
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#23822
Accepted Answer
I am not familiar with this mantra. However, for protection, we recommend the mantra referenced below.

Guru yoga was very Piscean. Aquarian yoga teaches independence by relying on the inner master.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

1 year ago
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#23822
Accepted Answer
I am not familiar with this mantra. However, for protection, we recommend the mantra referenced below.

Guru yoga was very Piscean. Aquarian yoga teaches independence by relying on the inner master.

For thirty years I sought God. But when I looked carefully I found that in reality God was the seeker and I the sought. -Bayazid al-Bastami

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