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Anugraha in Tantric practice is a grace that awakens the inner soul thereby motivating the human minds to move towards a better future. Anugraha is when all doubts and experiences born of time are burnt to sameness with the fire of consciousness and the true self is revealed. Anugraha plays a vital role in Tantrism
. Anugraha helps one to stick to the path of justice and honesty.
Deep trust in the manifestation of the Anugraha takes the individual beyond the comprehension of the mundane activities. Chanting of Mantras brings the calmness of mind which prevents human soul to do anything wrong. The vision process helps one to gain positive energies and expose the route of inner knowledge and enrich the soul with love and abundance. Anugraha is one of the aspects of Lord Shiva
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