Mantras are composed of sacred mystic sounds, which can cause spiritual transformation and has different effects on different energy centers of the body. When we repeatedly utter a Mantra we are tuning to a particular frequency and this frequency establishes a contact with the cosmic energy and drags it into our body and surroundings. Thus we can balance the energies and also increase the level of a certain type of energy, which promote certain actions and events. The reciting of a mantra reduces restlessness of the mind and works wonders in developing the concentration and memory.
Lord Dhanwantari Mantra or Dhanwantari Mantra is the prayer addressed to appease Lord Dhanwantari, the God of Ayurvedic medicine. He is considered to be an Avatar of Vishnu and there are numerous references about him in the ancient Hindu scriptures like the Vedas and the Puranas. He is referred to as the physician of the Gods and the founder of what is known as Ayurvedic medicine. He is also said to be the first physician and surgeon.
Lord Dhanwantari is portrayed as “Chatur Bahu” Vishnu [with four hands], holding medical herbs in one hand and a pot containing rejuvenating nectar called amrita in another.
“Om Namo Bhagavate Maha Sudharshana Vasudevaya Dhanvantaraye;
Amrutha Kalasa Hasthaaya Sarva Bhaya Vinasaya Sarva Roka Nivaranaya
Thri Lokya Pathaye Thri Lokya Nithaye Sri Maha Vishnu Swarupa
Sri Dhanvantri Swarupa Sri Sri Sri Aoushata Chakra Narayana Swaha”
Â The Meaning:
We pray to the God, who is known as Sudarshana Vasudev Dhanwantari. He holds the Kalasha full of nectar of immortality. Lord Dhanwantari removes all fears and removes all Diseases. He is the well wisher and the preserver of the three worlds. Dhanwantari is like Lord Vishnu, empowered to heal the Jiva souls. We bow to the Lord of Ayurveda.
*You may recite these mantras (108 times) for the well-being for anyone who is sick or ill.