A quick and easy meditation tip to practice in the morning & evening. Alone in your car or in the shower. There are many powerful mantras to explore. In this blog, I share 4 Mantras to practice in meditation. Mantra Meditation is a form of meditation. Understand their meanings and why they are beneficial.
We all love singing. Chanting a mantra has exceptional benefits. It is the best meditation exercise for beginners. All you have to do is sit in meditation and sing along to the mantra or listen intrinsically with Yogic breathing. Play the mantra on repeat. Put an alarm on. Start with 5 minutes. Increasing to 10, 15 and 20 minutes.
This is the best starter Mantra meditation. Aum is the sound of the universe. The frequency vibrates with your energy. Allowing you to release what no longer serves you. Realigning your vibration to be more in tune with universal love and light. Here’s how to do it:
Reduces stress, Heightens Concentration. Creates peace of mind and helps with depression.
Practice time: 5 minutes
Om is the sound of the universe and Shanti means peace in Sanskrit. This mantra allows your energy to align with universal peace or peace in the universe.
Creates a sense of peace and calm around you. Individually, collectively and universally. Helps release pent-up frustration, bad feelings, tension and stress.
Practice time 3: 20 minutes or play on repeat, set alarm for 10 minutes
Stems from Tibetan Buddhism. There is no direct translation of this mantra. It is believed that this mantra resembles the words of a Buddha. I love chanting this one, my mind is flooded with thoughts. It allows me to re-centre and re-coop. This mantra is great for calming the emotions. In a situation of emotional disturbance, lock yourself in your car or go outside and chant.
Aligns your ‘impure’ or clouded thoughts, actions and words to realign with those of a Buddha. Bringing harmony and balance in your life. Perfect for anxiety and ‘overly sensitive’ people. Allowing you to release the thoughts that are clouding your judgement and making you feel unstable.
Practice time 4: 22 minutes or play on repeat set alarm for 15 minutes
A universal prayer in the Vedas. A sacred chant, a hymn from Vedic texts. It is a prayer to awaken the divine light inside of you. This mantra goes something like this:
Practice time 4: 22 minutes or play on repeat set alarm for 20 minutes