Mantrika shakti

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Mantrika Shakti (a Sanskrit term) in Hinduism is 'the force or power of letters, speech, or music,' i.e. Word (e.g. Brahman/Nada/Pranava/Aum; Logos.) 'Mantrika' refers to mantras (short religious chants) but may mean something besides a Shakti. The great sage Patanjali has said that a person who always speaks the truth will possess the power of materializing his words. The words of a perfected being is binding to the whole cosmos.[1]

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  1. ^ Helena Petrona Blavatsky (1893 - 1897), The Secret Doctrine, London Theosophical Pub. House, 1893-97, ISBN 0-900588-74-8