Updated: Dec 22, 2020
Mantras. Sacred in their meaning. Words, sounds or phrase. Vibrations. Frequency. Repeating these Mantras outloud, in the mind or even in "broadcasting" form, chanted together is believed to create a spiritual or magical space and/or program the psyche to react in specific ways. You could almost assume it is very similar to self hypnosis. A variety of cultures and practioners have used Mantras for aeons.
There are many versions, sounds and other dogmatic versions of "how" and "why" these Mantras were created and implemented. In Djedi Alchemy there is no dogma outside of your own experience and ability to navigate your perceived reality. So, this practice like all others outside of Laws, are however you find them to work for yourself. If you would like to add or subract anything from the practice to create the sub-program/program you would prefer, then please feel free to Alchemize in your way. That being said, this is the Djedi Foundational Mantra Introduction and is to be utilized as a baseline while you familiarize yourself with its impact and possibilities. While you are always free to practice in your own way, it is extremely important to set a baseline and discipline to follow until you have acuired routine and memorization in Systems you are working with. The amount of time and discipline that takes is completely individual to each person. As with all Djedi Arts, eagerness to gain ability and perspective is a double-edged sword that will hinder your progress. Find ways to shift the Energy of eagerness into Energy of Focus or Discipline. Being fully present in the moment is much easier to achieve if you are dedicated to going slow and paying attention to your words, breathing and intention; one breathe at a time. If while in practice you continue to visualize the end goal, you will pull yourself out of the present moment and rush yourself to that finish line. Don't.
See the Djedi Foundational Chakra Introduction which will be posted soon for a more in depth look into Chakras, but for the pupose of the Djedi Mantras, here is a brief description to match with the image below.