Ha means Shiva, one of the main Hindu deities
Ra is prakriti, or nature in all its forms, including universal and intelligence
Ee (i in the alternate spelling of the word) refers to Mahamaya, the mother of the universe
Mm is nada, or the sound of the mother of existence
Hreem is the prime mantra of the Goddess in all of her three main powers of creation, preservation, and destruction, and so is the main Shakti mantra. More specifically, it relates to Parvati or Shakti, the consort of Shiva, who is the destroyer/transformer among the great trinity of deities.
Hreem is a mantra of magical force, captivation, and empowerment. It can be used relative to any deity or object whose presence we wish to access at the level of the heart. It brings about joy, ecstasy, and bliss.
Hreem is a specific mantra for the heart (hridaya in Sanskrit) on all levels, whether the spiritual heart, the heart chakra, the emotional heart or the heart as a physical organ. It energizes the heart, provides warmth, and allows for both deep feeling and deep thought. In terms of Vedic astrology, Hrim relates to the Sun, the planet of the heart, and helps promotes solar energy, expression, and charisma.
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