Extracted from the website of Buddhist Vajrayana Charity Funds Association and translated (梵咒) into English:
|Along the spine to the brain, there are a total of seven meticulous energy focal points (Chakras), and they control the functions of the body and mind. Fine waves are transmitted from each energy focal point, with a total of 49 different waves. Each wave is a fine internal sound that forms one Sanskrit alphabet.
Different entities have different individual vibration waves and require the reception of different Mantras for the purpose of focus in meditation. Repeatedly reciting the Mantra during meditation, vibrates the fine energy focal point within the internal body, which simultaneously soothes the undulating and disturbed mind. The unique wavelength of each individual who meditates resonances with the Mantra and gradually slows down. In the end, the individual’s wavelength transforms into a straight line which is the wavelength of the universe, and eventually blends into the quiet sea of eternal silence and cosmic consciousness.
|The brain is formed by hundreds of billions of nerve cells, which generates some extremely minute amounts of electric current, emitting refined electromagnetic waves (brain waves). Brain waves vary in accordance with consciousness, and are divided into four types:|
|The brain wave under a normal state of awareness, is the kind of fast but not rhythmic vibrating wave (over 13 cycles per second).|
(Calm and awake)
|In the state of calm and sharp awareness, it is a kind of slow frequency, stable with rhythmic pattern, and with relatively wide amplitude (about 8 cycles per second). When a person experiences the mental telepathy or possessing creativity, will emit this type of wave.|
(Deep meditative state)
|In the state of deep meditation, the brain wave changes from α-wave into even slower and to the more powerful θ-wave (4 cycles per second); at this moment the mind emerges a joyous feeling from inside and the inner vision of the creativity.|
|When mediation turns into the extreme deep state, the brain wave becomes even slower and calmer and turns into δ-wave (one cycle per second), at this moment the inner joyous feeling becomes stronger and stronger, until the mind turns into "stillness", both inner and outer feelings disappear, and one submerges into the state of limitless calm and tranquillity.|