8 Potent Mantras for Positive Energy and Good Luck – Lyrics and Meaning


8 Potent Mantras for Positive Energy and Good Luck - Lyrics and Meaning

Prana (energy) rides on the breath, so when we breathe in, we take in energy. When we expand the breath and improve the quality of it, we are expanding and improving the quality of this vital life force (prana) within and around us. Also, practicing ancient mantra will increase our positive energy.

Every sacred mantra produces a unique vibration and sound that, when chanted, is able to stimulate different areas of the brain, bringing about positive results that include clarity, relaxation, increased awareness and natural healing.

Moreover, a mantra can be practiced while focusing upon a specific part of the physical body that needs to be healed, such as an organ or a limb.

Reciting these mantras that are linked with each of the seven main chakras in the body can stimulate these energy centers to get the prana flowing again and promote total healing within these areas as well.

Spiritually, these healing mantras help you to reaffirm positive attitudes about yourself and release the ego and negative habits. They also remind you that you’re connected with nature. Therefore, this can help you feel more grounded while enhancing what you feel through mantra chanting, in order to find a calm center of wellbeing.

8 Mantras for positive energy and good luck:

#1 Wah Yantee Mantra

This Kundalini mantra was given by Patanjali, a great Yogi. The “Wah Yantee” mantra is known for awakening the intuition and the third eye. Open yourself to your own intuition and see what flows.

Mantra lyrics – ”Waa yantee kar yantee jag dut patee aadak it waha brahmaday trayshaa guru it wahe guru.”

#2 Vajra Guru Mantra

Originally, this mantra was concealed during the time Guru Rinpoche was living and teaching in Tibet and later rediscovered by the great Tibetan master – Karma Lingpa in the 14th century.

Vajra Guru Mantra is also the mantra of all the Buddhas, masters, dakinis, yidams, dakas, and protectors. When you recite it, you are invoking the very embodiment of Guru Padmasambhava.

Mantra lyrics – ” Om Ah Hum Vajra Guru Padma Siddhi Hum.”

#3 Antarjami Purakh Bidhate Mantra

This is a powerful Kundalini mantra for healing and peace.

Mantra lyrics – „Anṯarjami purakẖ bidhatee sardha man ki pure. Nanak das ihai sukh magai mo ka-o kar santan ki dhure.”

#4 Ik Onkar Satnam Karta Purakh Mantra

The mantra communicates the idea of one creative being, or one God, manifest in all of the existence. The creation and creator are one entity, inseparable in the way an ocean is made up of its individual drops.

Mantra lyrics – ”Ik Onkar Satnam Karta Purakh Nirbhau Nirvair Akaal Moorat Ajoonee Saibhang Gur Prasaad.”

#5 White Tara Mantra

Goddess Tara is known as the Mother of all Buddhas, the Dolma, and the Mother of Liberation. She is described both as a female Buddha and a bodhisattva.

The White Tara mantra is usually recited with an individual in mind, in order to entreat Goddess White Tara to bless them with a long life and the compassion that they need to overcome spiritual hindrances.

Mantra lyrics – ”Om Tare Tuttare Ture Mama Ayuh Punya Jñana Pustim Kuru Svaha.”

#6 Guru Ram Das Mantra

This Sikh mantra relates directly to healing and protective energy represented by Guru Ram Das. When you need help of any form, recite this powerful mantra. Vibrating this soothing mantra in your spine produces magic, healing, and miracles.

Mantra lyrics – ”Guru Guru Wahe Guru, Guru Ram Das Guru.”

#7 Om Mantra

Reciting this primordial beej mantra helps to bring peace and calm to the physical body, mind, and soul by merging the healing vibrations of the body with that of the creation.

#8 Dhan Dhan Ram Das Guru Mantra

This Kundalini mantra is dedicated to Guru Ram Das, who is able to manifest miracles.


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