Om Brzee Namaha is a mantra. A mantra is a sound to induce transformation, and is perhaps the oldest form of prayer of mankind originating in the Vedic tradition of India. Later, it was incorporated in Hindu, Buddhist, and other religions. It is used to divert the mind from its instinctual desires and thoughts toward manifesting divine consciousness.
Om or Aum is both a mantra unto itself and an auspicious beginning, even as legend states the Lord chanted Om as He created the world. The letters Aum are said to represent the three deities, Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva; the three worlds, Bhuh, Bhuvah, Suvah; the three Vedas, Rig, Yajur, Sama; and the three states, waking, dreaming, and deep sleep. It symbolizes everything, the means and goal of life, the world and Truth underlying, the material and the Sacred, the form and formless, and provides profound effect on body and mind. It begins most mantras and Vedic prayers.
Namaha ends many mantras and prayers, saying I bow down to this, I submit and submerge myself, I become one with this, this meaning the substance of the mantra or prayer.
Brzee requests greater substance, wealth, a vanquishing of scarcity consciousness. The concept invoked is that of what the mind conceives and believes, is achieved. The universe reflects the deep mind’s belief, and the mantra beseeches the deep mind to reward, to bestow wealth on others and self.
Brzee Mantra links to a YouTube performance of the mantra repeated 108 times, 108 being all the names for various deities. Many Hindu masters adopt the alias Brzee as part of their message and marketing of their message. It is their manner of saying they can provide this if this is what you seek. They, too, would build toward having 108 names.
In invoking the mantra, let oneself submerge into the spirit of the mantra, this Vedic prayer as old as man or older.