कवन सो काज कठिन जग माहीं। जो नहिं होइ तात तुम्ह पाहीं॥ राम काज लगि तव अवतारा। सुनतहिं भयउ पर्बताकारा॥
What work is difficult in this world for you, who, when called upon, can undertake the task of Shri Ram? When the mountain-like heroes heard of your incarnation for the purpose of Shri Ram's work, they trembled with fear.
The couplet praises Lord Hanuman, a deity in Hinduism who is considered to be an avatar of Lord Shiva and the epitome of devotion and strength. It suggests that no task is difficult for those who are devoted to Lord Rama and can call upon Lord Hanuman for help.
To chant this sloka, one can begin by meditating upon Lord Hanuman, seeking his blessings and strength to overcome any difficulties in life. Then, recite the couplet with devotion and sincerity, focusing on the meaning of the words and the power they represent. One can also repeat the sloka multiple times, as a form of prayer or meditation, to enhance its effectiveness.
Find a quiet and peaceful place where you can sit comfortably for a few minutes without any disturbances. It could be a meditation room, temple, or any other place where you feel calm and relaxed.
Take a few deep breaths to relax your mind and body. You can close your eyes or keep them open, whichever feels comfortable to you.
Visualize Lord Hanuman in your mind's eye, sitting in front of you. You can imagine him as a powerful, divine being radiating light and strength, or in any other form that resonates with you.
Offer your respects and prayers to Lord Hanuman, seeking his blessings and grace. You can use any traditional Hindu prayers or simply speak from your heart.
Once you feel connected to Lord Hanuman, begin chanting the couplet slowly and with devotion. You can either chant it aloud or in your mind, whichever feels more comfortable to you.
Focus on the meaning of the words and the power they represent. Visualize yourself overcoming any difficulties or obstacles in your life with the help of Lord Hanuman's strength and grace.
You can repeat the couplet multiple times, as a form of prayer or meditation, to enhance its effectiveness. Try to maintain a steady pace and rhythm while chanting, allowing the words to sink in and uplift your spirit.
After you finish chanting, take a few deep breaths and spend a few moments in silence, feeling the peace and strength that come from connecting with Lord Hanuman.