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The Most Powerful Abundance Mantra That Will Radically Improve Your Life

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What we say affects our lives more than what we think. What we repeat thousands of times is targeted and accurate. Therefore, regular abundance mantra (Yellow Tara mantra) practice will invite abundance and prosperity into your life and tune in to the limitless possibilities.

Who Is Yellow Tara?

Yellow Tara is known as the goddess of increasing wealth, luck and prosperity, that gives abundance and generosity and eradicates poverty. Yellow Tara is beautiful and calm. She helps to overcome suffering, fear, and anxiety.

Moreover, this beautiful Goddess has the power to relieve poverty and bring abundance, wealth and well-being.

She can help you to reveal your talents, increase your knowledge, eloquence, intelligence, merit, etc. She helps to relax and fully believe in the infinity of abundance available at all levels from the physical to the spiritual. This goddess destroys poverty and ignorance. In her great wisdom, she gives not only material wealth and abundance but also spiritual.

Call upon Yellow Tara when you want to achieve some kind of wealth, prosperity and abundance in the material world, as well as the infinite enlightened wisdom of the spiritual world. You can ask the Goddess for help in everything that concerns prosperity, wealth and increase in numbers.

This Goddess will help you to understand what generosity means, she will help you to open your heart and mind to the infinite abundance which belongs to you. She is the embodiment of the divine quality of Generosity!

She teaches that we are all one, that we should not become attached to material things. For doing this, we should share with others and not be afraid that we will lose something because others will also give to us, as we give to them. There is no shortage, we are all part of a whole.

In addition, Tara teaches us to sacrifice, to do charity, to share our happiness and joy with others.

Yellow Tara Symbolism

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This beautiful Goddess has a bronze skin color which is associated with precious metals and symbolizes nobility and generosity.

As a rule, She sits on a Lotus flower in Lalita Asana (the right leg gracefully rests on a vessel filled to the top with treasures), sometimes She is depicted in a standing position.

Yellow Tara has two or six arms, symbolizing the many possibilities and clarified condition.

In one of her hands, she holds a treasure vessel, a direct symbol of material wealth.

She holds ears in the other hand, which are the symbol of fertility and abundance.

In her third hand, she holds the Prajnaparamita Sutra which symbolizes transcendent wisdom.

Her fourth hand is in Varadamudra, which embodies the “gift of divine blessings”, charity, mercy, compassion, and sincerity.

She holds three precious stones that fulfill desires in her fifth hand.

The fingers of her sixth hand form a mudra of greeting and respect for Enlightened beings.

One of her three right hands holds a rosary symbolizing the power of continuous practice.

Abundance Mantra Benefits

Abundance mantra practice aligns your energy with the divine qualities of Tara so you start radiating abundance. This powerful mantra can help you:

  • find abundance, wealth, luck, and prosperity;
  • overcome suffering, fear, and anxiety;
  • increase knowledge, eloquence, intelligence, etc.;
  • believe in the infinity of abundance available on all levels from the material to the spiritual realms;
  • heal the causes of poverty and ignorance at all levels;
  • learn not to become attached to material possessions thus not to create obstacles on the way of abundance;
  • gain the infinite enlightened wisdom of the spiritual world;
  • understand and feel what true generosity is;
  • find your own path and purpose in life;
  • open the heart for happiness, joy, harmony.

Abundance Mantra

SVĀHĀ OṂ VASUDHARE

OṂ ŚRĪ VASUDHĀRA RATNA NIDHĀNA KASHETRI SVĀHĀ

NAMO RATNA-TRAYĀYA

SVĀHĀ OṂ VASUDHĀRE

OṂ ŚRĪ VASU MUṆI SVĀHĀ

Chant this mantra for 21 times.

Tara Meditation

If you combine abundance mantra chanting with meditation, the power of the mantra will increase many times.

Close your eyes and visualize Tara in front of you.

Imagine a Golden light coming from her heart and filling all the space around you.

The abundance and prosperity of the spiritual and material world envelop you with this shining Golden light.

The Golden energy of the goddess Tara is beautiful and harmonious.

Imagine how your body is heating up and becoming as hot as the sun. This energy charges, animates and gives you the power to act. The energy of Tara opens your heart to the abundance of the Universe.

Allow yourself to feel the depth of harmony and generosity of the Golden light in which you are now soaring.

Now chant the abundance mantra for 21 times.

Stay in this state as long as you want. Complete the meditation with words of gratitude.

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Peace Mantra: Manifest a Better Reality For All

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Peace mantra is one of the simplest to learn yet most powerful mantras. If you are following a spiritual path and want to help humanity achieve peace and harmony then you should consider chanting the peace mantra part of your daily spiritual practice. By practicing this powerful mantra, we begin to feel our unity with the whole world. As a result, we start feeling more centered. Our souls come to peace and harmony.

In this article, I’ll share with you what peace mantra is, how to chant it, and why so many people all over the world chant its sacred syllables daily.

What Is Peace Mantra?

The mantra OM SHANTI SHANTI SHANTI OM is the Peace mantra.

OM Syllable

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Om is the sound of the whole cosmic manifestation.

The value of the mantra OM was emphasized by many sages and yogins. Patanjali said that one can achieve enlightenment by sitting in Padmasana (Lotus Pose) and chanting the OM mantra with full attention (while concentrating the mind on the meaning of OM mantra).

OM is also considered to be a Bija mantra (the “seed” or awakening sound, which has the property of directly affecting all our subtle bodies).

Like a bullet passing through the tissues, OM penetrates the entire being of the practitioner, starting from the physical body and ending with the causal body.

Moreover, it is believed that it is from the OM sound (vibration) that our entire manifested Universe was born in the form in which we now observe it – a magnificent illusion, which appears dense and real to the unenlightened.

OM is not just the universal sound (vibration), but the sound of the Universe itself.

For example in the Mandukya Upanishad, it is said:

Om! — This syllable is this whole world.

Its further explanation is: —
The past, the present, the future — everything is just the word Om.

And whatever else that transcends threefold time — that, too, is just the word Om.

Therefore we can say that OM symbolizes reality. It represents everything in the universe, past, present, and future. It is also believed that OM represents both – the mundane world of time in which the mind normally functions, and the world as perceived by the mind that is awakened and that experiences the world timelessly. OM vibration represents both –enlightenment and non-enlightenment.

We can say that OM is the equivalent of white light, in which all of the colors of the rainbow can be found.

Shanti

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Shanti means peace, rest, calmness, tranquility, or bliss. It is a state in which one experiences a reverent, conscious calmness and the inspiration of full awareness of what is happening.

This state can be called a state in which one is awed by the realization of higher truths, values, and purpose. It can be achieved only after a deep experience of calmness and inspiration.

In some Buddhist texts, “Shanti” sometimes becomes synonymous with Nirvana. As you may know, Nirvana is the experience of infinite peace and tranquility. Therefore the words ‘Nirvana’ and ‘Shanti’ are used as synonymous. In the Hindu Pantheon, there is even a Goddess named Shanti, whose main purpose is to help in achieving a state of blissful and infinite tranquility.

OM Shanti

Om Shanti‘ means peace for the all humankind, peace for all living and nonliving beings, peace for the Universe, peace for everyone and everything in this whole cosmic manifestation. Shortly, it can be translated as “Peace Be With You”.

Chanting the word ‘Shanti’ 3 times has a meaning too:

The first ‘Shanti’ liberates us from physical burdens. It purifies us from negative thoughts related to our etheric bodies.

The second ‘Shanti’ cleanses our mind and soul. It purifies our minds from negative emotions like jealousy, hatred, anger, and worries.

The third ‘Shanti’ creates a protective energy shield that hides us from accidents and natural disasters.

Some spiritual teachers indicate that when Shanti mantra is repeated three times, the first repetition of ‘Shanti’ represents the establishment of peace on the planet (no disasters), the second repetition of ‘Shanti’ represents the establishment of peace in the society (no wars), and the third repetition of ‘Shani’ represents the establishment of peace in the soul of the practitioner.

Thinking this way, the practitioner manifests happiness for everyone, claims that he/she cares not only about his/her own well-being, but also wants the best for the whole planet and humanity.

Shanti mantra is considered to be one of the most powerful mantras used to achieve peace of mind and soul. This mantra conveys a deep sense of universal peace and serenity, called Nirvana. It is this state that allows us to merge with eternity and achieve inner and outer peace.

Osho Interpretation of the Peace Mantra

This is what Indian mystic Osho said about the Peace mantra:

OM is the symbol of the universal heartbeat; it is not a word. And as you come closer and closer to the universal heartbeat, the by-product is a deepening silence. Shanti means silence and it is always repeated three times because by the time you reach to the fourth, you are no more – just the silence has remained. You have disappeared as an entity separate from the universe.

– Osho

Shanti Mantra Benefits

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Shanti mantra is based on two basic principles that, in fact, can not exist separately: harmony with the outside world and your inner spirituality. When we are chanting this powerful mantra we balance these two principles in our lives. So even if we see some events or situations that go against our spiritual beliefs we don’t get frustrated about them anymore. We develop an understanding that there is nothing unfair in this world, that everything has its purpose. In other words, we start seeing the material world through the prism of spirituality.

It is even surprising that just a couple of simple syllables have such power!!

Other Benefits of Shanti Mantra:

  1. cleanses your aura from negative energy;
  2. brings you inner peace and balance;
  3. adjusts the energy flows in your subtle body;
  4. removes negative feelings, thoughts, and emotions;
  5. cleanses the space around you from negative and toxic energy;
  6. prepares you to receive true wisdom and knowledge;
  7. relaxes and calms down;
  8. increases focus and concentration;
  9. brings the feeling of unity with the world;
  10. relieves anxiety and depression;
  11. helps to see the higher purpose, etc.

How to Chant the Peace Mantra?

The Peace mantra should be repeated three times (referring to the word ‘Shanti’) on the exhale.

When chanting ‘Shanti’ the first time it should be pronounced clearly and very loudly so that Nature can hear your chant. It is believed that this call calms raging forces of nature, even such as tsunamis, volcanoes, and earthquakes.

When chanting ‘Shanti’ the second time it should be pronounced quieter as if calling for silence and serenity in the world. This minimizes all scandals, illness, quarrels, injuries, and other troubles.

When chanting ‘Shanti’ the third time it should be pronounced very quietly, almost whispering. It is an appeal to one’s own spiritual world or subconscious, calling the soul to complete calm.

The Bottom Line

According to Buddhist teaching, living ethically is a path to peace. In Buddhist ethical practice, this means abstaining from actions that cause harm to yourself or others. In other words, we should not only cultivate our inner peace but also take peace into the world by practicing compassion, and by living ethically. Therefore, if you decided to start practicing the Peace mantra, you should be focusing on peaceful ethical living. The bare minimum you can do is trying to avoid causing physical harm through direct physical actions or through encouraging others to cause harm.

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Manifest a Better World With Maitreya Buddha Mantra Practice

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In my article “Maitreya: the Coming of the Future Buddha” I shared with you who Maitreya is, when He comes, and what awaits humanity with His arrival. In this article, I want to introduce you to a very powerful mantra that literally transforms your life into divine existence. This mantra is Maitreya Buddha Mantra. By chanting this mantra you will not just improve your life but also it will assist the manifestation of the Maitreya Buddha arrival on our planet.

Maitreya Buddha – the Buddha of Future

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Buddha’s Descent from Tushita Heaven

Maitreya is the Buddha of the future, the fifth teaching Buddha in this eon of 1,000 Buddhas. He is a bodhisattva who will appear on Earth in the future, achieve complete enlightenment, and teach the pure dharma. He will be a successor to the present Buddha, Gautama Buddha.

The name ‘Maitreya’ is derived from the Sanskrit word ‘maitrī’ which can be translated as ‘friendship’, which is in turn derived from the noun ‘mitra’ which can be translated as ‘friend’.

According to the Mahayana tradition, as a bodhisattva, He refuses to achieve nirvana because of His compassion for all sentient beings and His need to be reborn again for protecting and taking care of others. Therefore Maitreya Buddha is often called “the embodiment of loving-kindness”.

When Maitreya Buddha arrives on Earth, He will preach loving-kindness and inspire others to follow a virtuous path to enlightenment.

Maitreya Buddha Mantra Benefits

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Maitreya Buddha Mantra can be chanted for receiving blessings, abundance, wealth and happiness. However, there are two primary reasons for chanting this mantra:

  1. To take rebirth in Tushita Heaven, so as to receive the teaching of the Dharma;
  2. To gain sufficient merits as to obtain a rebirth during Maitreya’s appearance on Earth, to hear His teachings and to be saved by Him.

As a compassionate being, Maitreya always helps to those who chant His mantra with faith, purity of intention, and effort.

Seed Mantra of Maitreya

The Maitri mantra is a seed mantra associated with Maitreya.

The text:

OM MAITRI MAITREYA MAHA KARUNA YE

Maitreya Buddha Mantra

The text:

NAMO RATNA TRAYA YA
NAMO BHAGAVATE SHAKYAMUNIYE
TATHAGATAYA
ARHATE SAMYAKSAM BUDDHAYA
TAYATA
OM AJITE AJITE APARAJITE
AJITEN CHAYA
HA RA HA RA MAITRI AWALOK ITE
KARA KARA MAHA SAMAYA SIDDHI
BHARA BHARA MAHA BODHI MANDA BIJA
MARA MARA EMA KAM SAMAYA
BODHI BODHI MAHA BODHI SOHA
OM MOHI MOHI MAHA MOHI SOHA
OM MUNI MUNI MARA SOHA

Maitreya Buddha Mantra Translation by Lama Yeshe:

”Homage to the Lord Shakyamuni, Tathagata, Arhat, Completely Perfect Buddha
Om Invincible, Invincible, Unconquered
Conquer the Unconquered, take, take
You Who Look Down with Friendliness, act, act
Bring, bring the fulfillment of your great pledge
Shake the seat of great awakening
Remember, remember pledge for us
Awakening, awakening, great awakening, soha.”

Visualization

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While chanting (or listening) the mantra, visualize Maitreya Buddha sitting on a throne supported by eight snow lions, and He is about to rise in response to your prayer.

There is a stupa on His head, symbolizing respect for Shakyamuni Buddha. Above His head is a parasol, one of the eight auspicious objects, signifying Maitreya’s powers of protection against evil influences.

The Bottom Line

Maitreya Buddha Mantra is long, and the syllables take time to get used to, but once they penetrate your mind, the mantra creates its own magic. Soon you will find yourself drifting, and feeling unaccountably happy.

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Mantra Meditation: a Magnificent Tool For Inner Transformation

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In this article, I want to share with you another kind of meditation, which is perfect for both – beginners and experienced practitioners. This meditation is mantra meditation. This type of meditation is based on mantras and it is a very powerful tool for self-transformation and self-development. But before I start talking about mantra meditation, I want to clear up what mantra is.

What Is Mantra?

In my article “What Is Mantra? Discover Three Types Of Mantras That Transform Reality” I have already written about what a mantra is. In this article, I’d like to continue my explanation.

The word “mantra” can be broken down into two parts: “man” and “tra”. “Man” means “mind”, and “tra” means “transport” or “vehicle”. In other words, a mantra is a tool of our mind – a powerful sound or vibration that we can use to enter a deep state of meditation, to connect with the Universe, and make our energy vibrate on the higher frequency.

Generally, a mantra is a syllable, word or sentence that is used in meditation to focus and free our mind and achieve a certain mental state.

Mantra is a sacred verbal formula that contains higher vibrational energy and information. It is able to transform our consciousness and help us in our spiritual development. Each mantra has its own meaning, purpose, and vibration.

The most powerful mantras are those that contain the names of Deities. It is believed that when we pronounce the names of Deities we enter into contact with them and activate their power which can help liberate and bless us.

Mantra’s Benefits

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When we are using mantras for our meditations it helps us to enter a special state of consciousness in which we clear our mind from intrusive thoughts, images, emotions, and anxieties, that is, mantra practice helps to delve more deeply into a meditative state.

Moreover, each mantra carries a deep sacred meaning and purpose such as to bring health, love, prosperity, protection, peace, and joy into our lives. Being repeatedly chanted, mantras reveal their power and, connecting with the energy our intentions, are able to change our lives for the better.

In addition, the vibration of sound created by mantra affects our physical bodies. This manifests itself in relaxation, stress relief, energizing and strength.

Most Popular Mantras And Their Meanings

At the initial stage of mastering of mantra meditation, it is better to use mantras that are not too complicated, the ones that are easier to remember and easy to chant. Here are some of the mantras that you can use for your mantra meditation.

OM

This mantra should be pronounced as AUM. Chanting this simple yet powerful mantra will help you to feel unity with God and the Universe.

OM MANI PADME HUM

This is the mantra of the goddess Quan Yin – the goddess of mercy and compassion. This mantra is universal and its chanting has many benefits, such as:

  • cleansing effect;
  • success in all areas;
  • calming effect, etc.

OM NAMAH SHIVAYA

It is believed that the five syllables of this mantra contain the energy of the entire universe. This mantra consists of five syllables which represent five primary elements:

  • “Na” represents Earth element;
  • “Ma” represents Water element;
  • “Shi” represents Fire element;
  • “Va” represents Air element;
  • “Ya” represents Ether element.

These five syllables also relate to the chakras – from Muladhara to Vishuddha.

Chanting this mantra purifies our energy and promotes inner transformation.

To learn more about this powerful mantra read my article “Destroy Your Illusions And Manifest Your Reality With Shiva Mantra”.

OM GAM GANAPATAYE NAMAH

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This mantra is one of many thousands of mantras that are chanted daily around the world. Ganesh mantra allows you to overcome obstacles to success and wealth and helps to succeed in business. In addition, it gives you powerful protection while traveling.

To learn more about Ganesh read my article Attract Wisdom, Success, And Prosperity With Ganesh Mantra.

OM SHREEM MAHA LAKSHMIYEI NAMAHA

This mantra allows you to purify your karma. Chanting this mantra also helps you to focus on business studying and contributes to success in creativity. It also promotes harmony in the family, helps to gain wealth, health, luck, wisdom, compassion, virtue, and self-knowledge.

To learn more about Lakshmi mantras read my article “Boost Your Abundance And Business Luck With This Lakshmi Mantra“.

OM MAHADEVAYA NAMAHA

It is a magical mantra that unifies us with the Divine. By chanting this powerful mantra you will remove all negative energies from your path, receive the support of your guardian angels, and powerful protection from enemies.

OM SHANTI OM

By chanting this beautiful mantra you will bring light and joy into your life. It will protect you from evil and bring peace to your heart.

OM NAMO BHAGAVATE VASUDEVAYA

This is a mantra of purification. It gives spiritual enlightenment, self-realization, awareness of higher values, success in all endeavors. Vasudeva is one of the names of Krishna. The Name Vasudeva is translated as pure consciousness.

OM NAMO NARAYANAYA

“Narayana” can be translated as the totality of all living beings and their place of residence, their refuge. This powerful mantra gives protection and preservation. It helps to remove ignorance and negative emotions.

MAHA MANTRA

In this sacred mantra, we appeal to the three names of God. “Hare” – to the divine energy, and Krishna and Rama – directly to God. The very words “Krishna” and “Rama” mean the highest bliss, and “Hare” is the Supreme divine energy of bliss, which helps to reach God.

The main benefit of this sacred mantra is that its regular listening and chanting clears the heart from negative emotions and from bad habits and lust.

The Text:

HARE KRISHNA HARE KRISHNA
KRISHNA KRISHNA HARE HARE
HARE RAMA HARE RAMA
RAMA RAMA HARE HARE

Mala Beads

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When you’re practicing mantra meditation mala beads can be very helpful. Mala beads help to dive deeper into the meditative state and maintain concentration. And with the help of mala beads, it is convenient to count how many times you have already repeated the mantra.

Traditionally, a mantra is being repeated 108 or 1008 times during a meditation session.

Mala beads can be different. They are made of various types of wood, plastic, stone, glass, seeds and other materials. A number of beads also varies and depends on the religion they serve. Beads can have separators (larger beads that divide the beads into steps) and pendants (for example, a cross, OM symbol, Hamsa hand, etc.).

Interestingly, the regular usage of mala beads can help in the treatment of joints diseases. This is due to the fact that when you’re touching the beads with your fingers you activate fine motor skills of your fingers.

Recommendation For Your Mantra Meditation

Before you start performing a mantra meditation, I would like to give some recommendations that will help you to build your practice correctly.

#1 Pronounce all the sounds of the mantra clearly

Keep in mind, that every single sound and syllable of the mantra has a deep meaning. Therefore it is so important to correctly and clearly pronounce all the sounds of the mantra.

#2 Learn the mantra by heart

It is best to practice mantra meditation with your eyes closed. This will help you to relax and dive deeper into the meditative state. Therefore it’s best to learn the mantra by heart so you don’t need to read it from the piece of paper.

#3 Choose a mantra according to your intention

When working with the mantra, it is important to know what exactly you want to achieve. Imagine as if you have already achieved it. If you do not have a clear intention (abundance, love, health, etc.), then use universal mantras or mantras that you intuitively feel attracted to.

#4 Chant the mantra in accordance with your inner tempo and rhythm, steadily and quietly

The mantra should flow like a song – without any tension, discomfort or rejection.

Mantra Meditation

There are different techniques that you can use for performing mantra meditation. In this article, I want to share with you the four most popular ones. You can choose either one of these techniques or you can alternate or mix them. It’s totally up to you!

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Mantra Meditation Techniques

#1 Chanting a mantra in your mind, in a whisper or aloud

This technique of mantra meditation is quite simple.

Before you start performing mantra chanting, choose a suitable mantra for yourself, memorize it and get your mala beads.

Take a comfortable position for your mantra meditation. Make sure to keep your spine straight. Take your mala beads and close your eyes.

According to the ancient tradition, you should hold the mala beads with the thumb and middle fingers of your right hand. Touch the beads with your thumb, and slightly twist each bead from side to side, the middle finger acts as a support. Do not touch the mala beads with your index finger.

Touch the first bead, say the mantra one time. Now, move the bead with your thumb and middle finger. Touch the second bead and say the mantra again. So you will go full circle, that is 108 times.

Come out of the meditation gradually. Open your eyes. Track your feelings and emotions. Stay a little more in this state.

#2 Chanting mantras with a concentration on the breath

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This technique is also very simple. Usually, people use the OM mantra for performing this technique.

So, take a comfortable position with your back being straight and close your eyes. As you inhale and exhale, say the OM mantra aloud or in your mind, stretching the sound for the entire inhale or exhale.

You can perform this technique by setting up the alarm or guided by internal sensations. You can use the mala beads to count the number of mantra repetitions. One inhalation and one exhalation count as one repetition.

#3 Mantra listening

Simple listening to mantras also has a beneficial effect. You can find online a huge number of video and audio recordings of mantras performed by various musicians. Just choose the one you like and use it for your mantra meditation.

Take a comfortable meditation pose (by sitting with your spine being straight or laying on your back). Close your eyes. Relax your body and focus on the mantra. You can stay in this position as long as you want. If you fall asleep, it’s ok. The mantra listening will relax you very deeply and you will wake up full of energy.

I often do this meditation when I put a face mask on my face. I need to keep the mask on my face for 15-20 minutes. So why to waste the time when I can use it for my spiritual benefits? I turn on the mantras, get comfortable, close my eyes, relax and rest. After this session, I feel very relaxed and joyful.

#4 Group mantra meditation

An example of such meditation is OM chanting.

In short, OM Chanting is a very ancient healing technique that is performed in a group and uses the cosmic vibration of OM sound to heal people and the planet.

When performing OM chanting collectively, the healing power of OM sound increases. Feelings, thoughts and negative energies dissolve, transform and change under the influence of the healing power of OM. Emotions get released. Inner peace, happiness, and love get attracted. This powerful meditation leads to a more joyful life, supports good health and helps achieve inner harmony.

Conclusion

Try different techniques of mantra meditation and soon you will definitely see wonderful results of this practice in your life and notice amazing inner transformation that will lead you to inner peace. Your emotional state will become calm and joyful. You will become a light that attracts good people and good luck.

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