Mantras for Meditation and Love

Mantras for Meditation

We are continuing to share ways to increase joy in life through a variety of tools and techniques. This month we are focusing on mantras for meditation and love. 

This is the week of Valentine’s Day in the USA. Whether you are in a romantic relationship or not, the power of love is very life changing. Love is also a powerful everyday gift. Loving yourself is a very meaningful way to live your life. Through meditation, self-care and self-love can be enriched. Many health benefits come from the peaceful state of mediation.

This research is backed by science!


  • Immune System
  • Sleep
  • Efficient Use of Oxygen in the Body
  • Production of Anti-Aging Hormones – DHEA


  • Blood Pressure & Hypertension
  • Cholesterol
  • Anxiety & Depression
  • Production of Stress Hormones

Mantras for Meditation  

  • One easy mantra to repeat while in meditation is ‘Om’. This is a sacred sound used in Meditation, Yoga and beyond.  It means ‘pure spirit.’
    • It can be broken down into 4 parts: The first 3 are vocal parts: A, U and M. The 4th part is the pause of silence. Repeat this mantra over and over slowly, for the best experiences.
  • Another beautiful mantra to try is ‘shanti’ in sanskrit (the ancient language of India based on hindu scriptures & classic Poems)  which relates to peace, bliss and tranquility.
    • You can try mantras while in silence with your eyes closed, while quietly watching peaceful nature scenes or listening to sacred sounds.
  • A third mantra that relates to our focus on love is ‘Aham Prema’ (ah-hem-pree-mah). This sanskrit mantra correlate in english to “I am Divine Love.”
    • Repeating this mantra slowly over and over will have a calming and grounding effect on your entire mind.body and spirit system — Deepening your connection to the Love of all. 

Make sure when meditating, that you choose only one mantra per meditation session. 

You inspire me, Keep up the great work! ~ Diane

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