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Words hold a lot of meaning, so imagine the power of saying something motivating to yourself each and every day. A great mantra should incite a feeling inside you - a feeling that you don’t quite feel in your soul yet but you want to … a feeling of empowerment. If it does that, then adopt it for the next 7 days, repeat it 20 times each morning with heart and soul, and after one week, evaluate how you feel.




Admision  GRATIS

Mantras are really  phrases (or words) that spark a shift in our mind, and when we repeat them to ourselves, perhaps while meditating or perhaps while making your morning cup of coffee, it turns into what is referred to as a “Mantra.” Translated literally from Sanskrit, “mantra” breaks down to “tools to free the mind.”

Man-tra /ˈmantrə/

1. (originally in Hinduism and Buddhism) a word or sound repeated to aid concentration in meditation.

2. a statement or slogan repeated frequently.

At the end of the day, a mantra - or a phrase that you repeat frequently - is a very simple tool that helps with self-transformations, and in these instances below, they can train your mind to think more positively.

It is said that a mantra can replace 10,000 different thoughts with one thought. It allows you to collect your scattered attention and divert it to something uplifting and empowering. So call it what you want — mantra, phrase, statement, or slogan — but I’m here for it.


Week Mantra

11 Morning Mantras

  • I am worthy just as I am.

  • I am centered and at peace.

  • I have enough, I do enough, I am enough.

  • I will achieve great things through small steps.

  • I am grateful for all that I have.

  • I can be fierce, brave and kind at the same time.

  • I am strong and capable.

  • I am fulfilling my purpose in this world.

  • Everything I need is within me.

  • I accept the abundance and blessings that come my way.

  • Today, above all else, I choose love.


11 Morning Mantras

This is a meditation specifically for children to use in times when their parents are fighting and going through a crisis, to give them the experience of remaining stable and unaffected. Of course, the meditation can be done at any time! Children, especially under the age of six, have a much shorter attention span than adults. All meditations with movement and variation work well. They like simple celestial communication.

Time: 1-11 minutes

Mantra: I Am Happy, I Am Good, I Am Happy, I Am Good. Sat Naam Sat Naam Sat Naam Ji, Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Wahe Guru Ji.

Meaning of the Mantra: Sat Naam means “my true identity” while Wahe Guru is like WOW! an exclamation of wonder. Guru means dispeller of darkness and the one that leads us to the true essence of our soul. It can also be seen as that process of coming into the light, elevating our consciousness.

2.I The Sun Shine on Everyone

"The sun shines for one and all." My definition = Everybody will eventually have the same opportunities to obtain success if they work hard enough for it.
The sun shines on everyone, it doesn’t make choices.When it rains it rains on everyone, it doesn’t make choices.The One Spirit, lives in everyone, it doesn’t make choices.We pray, we pray for everyone, we don’t make choice


This meditation uses the same melody as Kirtan Kriya. Chanting Ra-a-Ma-a in this way merges the sun and moon energies, bringing the polarity energies of the mind-body into balance. 
This meditation can be done alone or in a group. Chanting in a group will bring you to the same frequency of communication with each other and will expand your intuition to understand one another, rather than misunderstand, or misinterpret the communication.
The Practice
Posture: Sit in a perfect yogic pose with a straight spine.
Mantra: Ra-a Ma-a. Inhale and chant beautifully and rhythmically. Pace is one repetition every four seconds. Chant in the same melody as Kirtan Kriya (Sa Ta Na Ma).
Ra: The sun energy, positive, generating force
A: Come, exist
Ma: The moon energy, negative, receptive force
Eyes: Focus at the Brow Point.
Breath: Breathe as necessary


So when you say, 'Sa Ta Na Ma' which means 'my true essence' or 'my true identity' you are reaffirming that you are truly you
Sa Ta Na Ma Meditation is a  meditation that works to clear the mind and bring balance. Its goal is to rid the subconscious mind of negativity and remove excess emotions.



  • Improves Memory Power,

  • Prevents Alzheimer's disease.

  • Its sound activates the higher chakras.

  • If chanted before bed time will give you sound sleep and also cures Insomnia.

  • Get Rid of bad habits & Addictions.

  • Helps in Managing Stress.

  • Emotional Healing.

  • Improves Clarity.

The literal meaning of this mantra is - SA: Infinity, TA: Life, NA: Death, MA: Rebirth. This mantra translates to shedding the old you, and becoming who you were meant to be; your true self. It's also known to calm you down and increase serotonin so it's perfect for anyone with stress, anxiety, and/or depression


Feeling Good Today makes mantra and music fun for kids of all ages. Sing along with Snatam Kaur`s magical vocals as she leads a lively group of children through songs and mantras.   Parents and children will love the universal messages and positive affirmations woven through this joyful music.

3.I I Am the Light of My Soul

I am the light, light, light
Light of my soul
I am beautiful
I am bountiful
I am bliss
I am
I am
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