Chanting is not just about religion and spirituality; rather it's a combination of sound, breath and rhythm that helps you to channelise your energy. The mantras have both psychological and physiological effects on your body. Here are few ways chanting can improve your mental and physical health.
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Mimamsa Sutras comprise the religious text of the Mimamsa school of Hindu philosophy in the form of roughly 2,745 aphorisms. It is believed to have been written in the second century B.C.E. by Jaimini, who is also sometimes credited with founding the Mimamsa system, although most scholars believe Mimamsa predates him.
The Nyāya Sūtras is an ancient Indian Sanskrit text composed by Akṣapāda Gautama, and the foundational text of the Nyaya school of Hindu philosophy.The date when the text was composed, and the biography of its author is unknown, but variously estimated between 6th-century BCE and 2nd-century CE. The text may have been composed by more than one author, over a period of time. The text consists of five books, with two chapters in each book, with a cumulative total of 528 aphoristic sutras, about rules of reason, logic, epistemology and metaphysics.
The ancient Sankhya Philosophy, the basis of Yoga philosophy, is expressed in the sutras of the Tattva Samasa or "principles of truth." While Sankhya philosophy describes the various stages of creation from pure consciousness, through subtle levels of manifestation to the material world, Yoga provides us with a path and a set of practices leading back to pure consciousness.