Mantras are words full of energy with a very high frequency.

Everything that exists in the universe is made of energy - movement. A stone has a very low prana (vital energy, chi). Animals, humans, living beings exist with a higher frequency, while the sounds of for example gongs, Tibetan bowls and quartz bowls admit a very high frequency sound.

The sound with the highest frequency is the human voice. Singing kirtan, repeating or chanting mantras we allow our vibration to change and we can get rid of energy blocks that hold us back in daily life.

A transformation of consciousness happens, healing on all levels: physical, emotional, mental and spiritual.

You can use mantras for self-help in any area of your life.

Ganesha He is the Elephant god, whose main attribute is removing obstacles. He is the son of Shiva and his consort Parvati. In all Mantra practice one must honor Ganesha first, precisely to open all doors.

The Seed Mantra or "Bija" that contains all the information of Ganesha is GAM. His basic Mantra or "Mula Mantra" is:


Ganesha and Ganapati are the same deity. In general, all the deities of the Hindu pantheon usually have at least 108 names, which represent their multiple attributes.

The Goddess Saraswati she is the consort or Shakti of Brahma, the One without qualities. She is the Goddess of Wisdom and Mother of the Vedas. Saraswati is revered under two forms: the Goddess of Wisdom and protector of the Arts and as one of the three Sacred rivers of Hindu Spirituality, in fact, the Saraswati river is named in the Vedas and in the two fundamental epics, the Ramayana. and the Mahabaratha.

Om Aim Saraswatyai Namah

Meaning: Om Greetings bowing down to the goddess Saraswati

Shiva He is the god of destruction, not for that reason he is a vengeful god, nor is he in charge of the death of living beings; this function is fulfilled by the god Yama. (God of the dead) his role is much more momentous, bringing the destruction of creation so that everything can be created again. Without destruction, there is no creation. So the role of Shiva is paramount.

He is generous almost to the point of being deceived, innocent but not for that stupid. They are all his friends, even demons and evil spirits. As close to the friend as the enemy, Shiva is the most benevolent god ... The most important figure is the dancing Shivá, he dances to the beat of his Damaru.

Vishnu He is the Hindu god of preservation and goodness, the main deity of Vaisnavism. He is regarded as the most important figure of the "Trimurti" the divine triad. Being the creator of the universe, it was he who decided to unfold himself into three facets, (three forms, sometimes inaccurately described as Hindu "Trinity"): Brahma (the Creator, in the mode of passion), Vishnu (the Preserver , in the mode of goodness) and Siva (the Destroyer, in the mode of ignorance).

  1. Mukti (liberation) mantra: This twelve letter mantra is also known as the liberation mantras as it is believed to relieve the person who chants this mantra from all the difficulties of life.

Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya
Meaning: I bow down to the lord who lives in everyone's hearts.

Brahma He is the father of Mānu and from him all humanity descends. His wife is Saraswati, a goddess who represents wisdom and also had Savitri and Gayatri as wives, all three revered as Vedamata or Mother of the Vedas. Together with Vishnu and Shiva, gods of the maintenance of the universe and its destruction respectively, he forms the Trimurti or triad of main gods of Hinduism.

As the Supreme God: the origin of all the others and of which these are their manifestations. In the Atharva-Veda it is read: "All the gods are in Brahma like cows in a stable."

Om namah Shivaya
It is one of the oldest mantras. Shiva is the inner teacher. The divine nature that we all carry within. By chanting this mantra we rediscover our own divinity, with our inner being.

"Om Mani Padme Hum." Buddhist mantra
I greet the Jewel in the Lotus.

Our potential cultivated through the confidence that the suffering of others can be eradicated. This produces an unbeatable, believing Being with inner beauty.

This mantra is the essence of the Buddha's compassion for all beings. It is considered as the most effective mantra to enter deep meditation.

Sit in easy pose, elbows straight, arms outstretched, and resting on your knees. Straight column.

"Gayatri" (Vedic) This mantra invokes the creator of the universe, to enlighten our intellect. Gayatri is considered as the mother of all Veda texts and that is why this Mantra is so powerful. Repeating this mantra gives us protection to go on the right path.

Om Bhur Bhuvan Svaha
Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bhargo Devasya Dhimahi
Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat

Om shree dhanvantre namaha: Mantra for healing.
It is sung:
Om Shri Dan Van Tre Na Ma Ha.
I salute the heavenly healer or the Divine Physician. This special mantra is ideal for before starting a session of healing therapies, as it aligns the physical body with the body of light and opens the way for us in the subtlety of the spirit to be able to share with greater intensity the vibration of compassion and love. .
For this reason it is said that it helps to find the correct path in healing.

Women sing it when preparing food to fill it with healing vibrations and prevent disease.
We all have energy within us to heal. It is natural. It is not that there are healing people and others who are not. Each person is born as a healer, what happens he forgets that ability or never used that ability.

Attunement: I chant this mantra to invoke healing energy for myself and others.

Teyate Gate Gate Para Gate Para Samgate Bodhi Soha: Wisdom
We observe the world of Tibetan Buddhism in the hand of Gate Gate, which is the sutra of the heart. This is known as the Prajnaparamita mantra which means perfection of wisdom.

TEYATA = it is like that.
Gate, gate = go, go
Paragate = Go beyond
Parasamgate = completely beyond
Bodhi Soha = be love (until enlightenment)

Osho says, this mantra is not simply to ask, it means that we have to chant it. When we chant any mantra, but this one in particular, we have to work the intention, it has to become as if it were our own being. So we absorb the mantra within ourselves, and it will sing to us, it will sing to us, all the cells of our body are rejuvenated with wisdom, we will continue to go beyond all names, all forms, all identity and all limitations.

This mantra is long and 108 repetitions requires more time.
May the mantra accompany us on this journey of wisdom and beyond.

I invoke the Buddha of healing within me going to the highest heights to remove the pain of illness and spiritual ignorance.

The practical purpose of spirituality is to help others manage their own issues. Disease represents the biggest problem. Reciting this mantra can contribute to healing on several levels, adding effectiveness to medical treatments and medicines.

Hare Krishna
“The transcendental vibration that is established by chanting Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna Krishna, Hare Hare, Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama Rama, Hare Hare, is the sublime method of reviving our transcendental consciousness. As we are living souls of a spiritual nature, we are originally Krishna conscious entities; but, due to our relationship with matter since time immemorial, our consciousness is now adulterated by the material atmosphere.

Both krishna and rama mean "The supreme pleasure", and hara is the supreme pleasure energy of the Lord, which becomes hare in the vocative. The supreme pleasure energy of the Lord helps us to reach the Lord. The material energy, called maya, is also one of the multiple energies of the Lord. And we living entities are the marginal energy of the Lord. Living entities are known to be superior to material energy. When the material energy comes into contact with the lower energy, an incompatible situation arises, but when the higher marginal energy comes into contact with the higher energy, called hara, it is in its normal and happy condition. These three words, that is, hara, krishna and rama, are the transcendental seeds of the maha-mantra.

This mantra is long and 108 repetitions requires more time.
May the mantra accompany us on this journey of wisdom and beyond.

Mantra to protect yourself from negative influences

This mantra provides protection against negative influences and encourages us to trust the light of our own inner wisdom.

Narasimha is the energy that protects us on our spiritual path, protects us from doubt, internal and external judgments, and helps us to tune in and trust our inner voice, to follow our inner Light.

As we experience over and over again how that inner voice that guides us leads us to the right place at the right time, we trust it more and more.