Mantra Monday continues this upcoming week and we're excited
to delve into love and its many facets!
Our first Mantra Monday was considered a hit! Thank you to all that contacted us and encouraged us to continue. Even though we faced some technical difficulties (thanks, Mercury Retrograde), we were still able to connect with and deeply impact those who were able to participate. We would like to think of that as a mission accomplished!
During our 40 minutes Live on Instagram and Facebook, we touched on the Mercury Retrograde as well as chanting for peace, each other, and the world. We also selected a few people who were having health issues and did some chanting specifically for them.
Michael and I weren't the only ones who felt the powerful energy, as I mentioned, we also received such beautiful messages from you, which truly inspires us to continue to provide this for our community.
Our second Mantra Mondays will be on the topic of Love, Romance, and Deepening our Connection
to Ourselves and One Another!
Love and Romance can come in many forms, whether, you're single and looking, single and focusing on yourself, happily married, wanting to improve your relationships with your boss, with your friends, or anything in between, this Mantra Monday is for YOU!
Not only will we be chanting, but we will also be explaining and igniting the Relationship Altar.
Here is what you should expect from our Next Mantra Monday on February 8th, 11am PT...
Together we'll ignite the Relationship Altar
Chant the healing mantra (see below)
Chant the Mukti or Liberation Mantra, free your mind to open the doors to love
Vastu Tips for Love and Romance in the Bedroom
The Forgiveness Mantra ~ to increase more love in your life
Blessing for Love and Peace within ourselves and the world
If you're interested in creating your own relationship altar you can download the FREE
Also, if you're interested in manifesting the perfect love for yourself, and you are willing to be dedicated and put in the work, our book Making Room for Mr. Right may be for you!
Mantras for this upcoming Mantra Monday:
Below are the mantras that we will be chanting during our Instagram and Facebook live on February 8th. If you're not familiar and would like to chant along with us, it's a great idea to look up the mantras on youtube, this way you can practice and feel comfortable with them by Monday.
OM Tryambakam yajamahe Sugandhim pushti vardhanam Urvarukamiva bandhanan Mrityor mukshiya mamritat
Om tra-yam-BA-kam ya-jaa-MA-he su-gan-dhim pu-shti-var-dha-NAM ur-vaa-ru-ka-mi-va
ban-DHA-naat mrit-yor-muk-shee-ya maam-RI-taa
ॐ त्र्यम्बकं यजामहे
Mahamrityunjaya mantra (also known as the Triyambaka Mantra), is a verse from the Rig Veda and is considered to be the most powerful Shiva Mantra. It bestows longevity, wards off calamities, and prevents untimely death. It also removes fears and heals holistically.
The Mahamrityunjaya mantra is hailed by the sages as the heart of the Vedas. Along with the Gayatri mantra, it holds the highest place among the many mantras used for contemplation and meditation.
This is one of yoga’s most important mantras as it restores health and happiness and brings calmness in the face of death or transitions of any kind. When courage or determination are blocked, it rises up to overcome obstacles. It awakens a healing force that reaches deep into the body and mind.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya - The Mukti Mantra
Om Na-mo Bha-ga-vate Va-su-de-vay-a Sanskrit:
ॐ नमो भगवते वासुदेवाय
"Om Namo Bhagavate Vāsudevāya" is a Sanskrit chant of invocation and surrender dedicated to Lord Krishna/Vishnu. In this devotional song, we musically represent this mantra's ability to lead one to liberation through a series of melodic transformations.
This twelve syllable mantra is known as a Mukti (liberation) mantra and a spiritual formula for attaining freedom. When we chant as a community, we open our hearts and the mind calms, bringing us into the Present Moment where transformation occurs.
What does Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevay mean?
The mukti or liberation mantra is one of the most popular Hindu mantras, central to the tradition of Vaishnavism. Known as the Dwadasakshari or ‘twelve-syllable’ mantra, Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya is dedicated to Lord Vishnu in the incarnation of Krishna.
Found in the ancient Hindu text, Vishnu Purana, Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevay can be translated as “I bow to Lord Vasudeva (Lord Krishna)”. This mantra is recited as much for the benefits of the sacred sound vibrations as for any specific meaning.
This mantra is understood to be a moksha or mukti (liberation) mantra, recited as a way to achieve spiritual freedom from samsara or the recurring cycle of death, reincarnation and unhealed repetitive behaviors (such as disappointment and fear). When our hearts are open and the mind relaxes, we open to Grace and magic happens. With freedom from past hurts and trauma (stress), we are able to open our hearts fully. Chanting liberates us from the cycle of repetitive behavior that prevents our minds to allow change to occur.
We are thrilled to be hosting this Mantra Mondays focusing on all things love and in celebration of Valentine's Day, your ultimate joy and letting go of what no longer serves you.
February 8th at 11 Am Pacific Standard Time.
Michael and I will see you all on Facebook or Instagram Live on Monday!!
Sending love your way,