The Agni mantra is about sacrificing all in the fire. Hein Braat himself defines the concept of mantra as a universal sound, a frequency that can open unexpected doors in the consciousness.
The Agni mantra is about sacrificing all in the fire. Many ceremonies have fire as a central theme. In these ceremonies the meaning of the fire is to sacrifice and purify. The God Agni is the protector of the fire. Agni appears as lightning and is both cruel as kind. He drove away darkness, devoured his parents after his birth and digests the death on the pyre.
Mantras are sacred texts which are written down in Sanskrit (the eldest classical language from India). A mantra is a combination of holy syllables which form a core of spiritual energy. This energy is as a magnet for attracting and joining spiritual vibrations. The syllable "man" in mantra means "thinking" in Sanskrit. "Tra" is from "trai" and means "protection against” or "liberation". So mantra means as much as "thinking that liberates and protects".
Hein Braat himself defines the concept of mantra as a universal sound, a frequency that can open unexpected doors in the consciousness. Mantra's can be used to open the heart, to develop sensibility, to achieve higher levels of consciousness, to effectuate cure or to weaken the effects of bad karma. Mantra's can be recited aloud or quietly and purely spiritual, so it will be possible to experience the enlightened and blissful nature of our spirit.