Mantras that are easy to learn and USE
1.“Aum” or “Om”
The Om mantra is one of the most widely used and well-known mantras in the world. It is believed to be the most sacred of all mantras due to its deep spiritual significance. Originating from ancient Sanskrit texts, Om has been chanted for centuries by people seeking spiritual enlightenment and inner peace.
The word “Om” represents the original vibration of manifestation, which means that it embodies the power of intention manifesting in the physical realm. When chanted, this powerful mantra resonates with every cell in your body, creating a sense of harmony and balance within you. The sound of Om is said to activate certain parts of your brain that are responsible for relaxation and stress relief.
The phrase “I am THAT” is a powerful reminder that we are more than just our physical experiences and emotions. It is a statement of identity that encompasses the true nature of our being, which is consciousness itself. As observers, we have the ability to detach from our human experiences and suffering, and see them for what they truly are: temporary states of being that do not define us.
When we identify with the observer within us, we gain a sense of perspective that allows us to navigate life’s challenges with greater clarity and ease. We begin to understand that our thoughts and emotions are not who we are, but rather passing phenomena that arise within us. This detachment does not mean turning away from our emotions or ignoring them; rather, it means recognizing their impermanence and transience.
Ultimately, embracing the identity of “I am THAT” is an invitation to explore the deeper aspects of ourselves.
- “Aham Prema”
I am divine love
- “Om Shanti, Shanti, Shanti”
Peace of Mind Body and Speech
- “Om Tat Sat”
All that is
- “Namo Amitabha”
The Buddha, the being of light.
- “I am That I Am”
This is one of the Hebrew Torah’s most famous lines, and it was God’s answer to Moses when Moses asked for his name.
- “I Love You; I’m Sorry; Please Forgive Me; Thank You”
This is the ancient Hawaiian Mantra practice known as Ho’oponopono. According to the Hawaiian worldview, it means: “Forgiveness and reconciliation practice, cleansing of ‘errors of thought’–the origin of problems and sickness in the physical world.”