Mantras

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Mantras

Christian Mantras

Let Go, Let God

The Lord is my Shepherd

God is with me

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me
(Philippians 4:13)

Hail Mary, Full of Grace

Lord, make me an instrument

Muslim Mantras

As-salamu alaykum
(A traditional greeting meaning, ‘Peace be upon you.’)

Alhamdulillah
(All praise is due to God)

JazakAllahu khair
(May God reward you with goodness)

masha Allah
(As God wills)

Hindu Mantras

Namaste
(I honor the soul within you)

Om
(This is the most basic sound of the universe, symbolizing the force of creation. Om represents the past, present and future and the divine.)

Ong
(This mantra refers to the Creator, who is the doer of all action.)

Om Mani Padme Hum
(The jewel is in the lotus of the heart, which can be interpreted as wisdom lies within.)

Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo
(I bow to the Creative Wisdom; I bow to the Divine Teacher)

Om Dram Om Guru Dattaya Namaha
(This mantra is a means to sharpen your skills as a spiritual counselor and teacher (guru), as well as progressing you along your own spiritual path.)

Om Sri Rama Jaya Rama
(This mantra is used to transcend karma and purify the ego. It invokes the healing energy of the sun and brings harmony and enlightenment allowing the divine within to navigate through problems and issues in life.)

Sa Ta Na Ma
(This mantra symbolizes the eternal circle of life. It means birth, life, death and rebirth. “Sa” is said to evoke emotion and expansiveness. “Ta” manifests feelings of transformation and strength. “Na” represents universal love. “Ma” contains qualities of communication.)

So Hum/Ham Sa
(Meant to be mentally repeated in harmony with the breath. “So” is the outbreath and “Hum” or “Ham” is the inbreath creating a circle of breath and mantra where one links to the other.
The translation of this mantra is ‘I am that I am’ meaning the devotee is without form, without quality, without past, present or future. He or she simply “is” in the awareness of the Divine. This is a very powerful mantra.)

Sat Nam
(This mantra means the ‘truth is my identity.’ “Sat” is chanted on the inhale while “Nam is chanted on the exhale It is used to get in touch with the essence of God inside of oneself and is believed to awaken the soul.)

Wahe Guru
(A mantra of the ajna of third eye, chanting these words have been thought to stimulate the pituitary gland. It is pronounced, Wah-hay gu-roo. There are many translations of this mantra, but it is generally believed to reference the One who brings light from darkness, such as the Creator.)

Guru Guru Wahe Guru Guru Ram Das Guru
Chanting these words evokes deep relaxation for healing. It means Divine wisdom, infinite wisdom, service of God.

Raa Maa Daa Saa Saa Say So Hung
(This is a mantra of self-healing that means “I am thou” and “The service of God is within me.” This mantra is used for healing oneself by imaging glowing green light surrounding your person as you meditate and repeat these words. To heal others image that light around them.
Meaning:
“Raa” – Sun
“Maa” – Moon
“Daa” – Earth
“Saa” – Totality of experience
“So” – Personal sense of identity
“Hung” – Infinite vibration)

Pagan Mantras

Blessed Be

So Mote it Be

So Be it

Mar a tha… moladh do Dhia
(as it is…praise to you God)

Non-Religious Mantras

All is well

Let it go

It will be
(Alternatively: Whatever will be, will be)

I am love and light

May I be safe

May I be happy and at peace

May I be healthy and strong

Healthy Am I, Happy Am I, Holy Am I
(Teaches that health, happiness and holiness are inseparable.)

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