Mantras have been around forever – in fact, for thousands of years. However, most people forget to incorporate them into their daily meditations and manifestation practices.

Using mantras in your meditations will up-level your results.

It’s because sound carries a specific frequency that has the power to align you with the Divine. And when you are aligned with the Divine you can manifest more effectively.

So where to begin?

It’s important to try on different mantras and find the mantra that you feel the most in alignment with. There are so many to choose from. You could go for a more modern approach and choose an affirmation such as “I AM WORTHY” or you could go old-school and choose a beautiful and ancient Sanskrit mantra.

These mantras must be treated with reverence and respect because they invite the meditator to receive the gift of surrender.

I talk a lot about this notion in this episode of the MANIFEST podcast:


This sounds is borrowed from Hinduism, the meaning of Om or Aum can mean a myriad of things. It apparently is the frequency of all creation. And when chanted as a mantra will deepen you meditation experience and remind you of the magic and awe of Oneness.

Om Namah Shivaya

Another Hindu mantra that originates from devotion of Lord Shiva. The repetition of this mantra can take you to another realm of consciousness if you try it within your meditation practice.

Ek Onkar (of the Mool Mantra)

This one is my favorite as it echoes the roots and origin of my love for meditation.

Ek onkar, satnam, karta purakh, nirbhau,
Nir vair, aakaal murat, ajooni se bhang,
Gur parsaad. Jap.

Ik Onkar, also spelled Ek Onkar (Gurmukhi: ੴ or ਇੱਕ ਓਅੰਕਾਰ; Punjabi pronunciation: [ɪkː oːəŋkaːɾᵊ]); literally, “There is only one God or One creator or one Om-maker”) is a phrase in Sikhism that denotes the one supreme reality. It is a central tenet of Sikh religious philosophy.

Sound bowls: This is a beautiful sound bowl that carries the Crown Chakra frequency.

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