Especially thanks for the Hebrew dictionary. You would think that evan a so-so jew like me would have such Hebrew resources.
So harac is the right base for haramin. By the way, in the jewish ten names of god, each name is associated with an angel that intermediates with us. Haramin is the angel sitting on our right shoulder. The ten names of god are associated with different locations on the body, somewhat like the chakras of Hinduism.
The story behind my mantra is that I had been complaining, in a mild sort of way, to this fellow that I had never been able to feel any spiritual energy despite years of meditation trying to do so. So he decided that he would be able to give me that experience. Besides being rather advanced in spiritual ways, as far as I could tell, he was a physical therapist.
So for one day a week I went to his office and got hands-on therapy which consisted of him holding my feet. After a few sessions, all for free since he was trying to prove a point, I began to feel some energy, not sure if it was spiritual or not, going up my legs into my body.
Being summertime, after these sessions I would often, but not always, buy an ice cream cone at a near by dairy. Once I began to feel the energy, I noticed that if I then had ice cream, the feeling of the energy would disappear.
So after a couple experiences of losing that feeling I decided to try the mantra above. How I got to know about that mantra is another story. But anyway, it was effective in restoring the feeling of the energy.
I think those are the bare facts. It might connect to you. Or you may find it uninteresting. For me, it is a dramatic experience in my life.