Sometimes darkness takes over our minds and it is hard to see the light again.
I was on my divine journey into the unknown and felt sad, alone and a bit depressed.
So I asked Spirit to give me a new tool to work with.
We are guided to use different tools at different times in our lives.
So the tool was received gracefully.
I heard the Sanskrit mantra: “Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya” and started to chant it.
All I needed was a spark of light and Boom! Here I was back on my feet again, filled with positive energy, gratitude while I regained my confidence.
Imagine how much awareness and vibrational shift we bring into the matrix if we raise our vibes. Try it. It is absolutely magic!
We help with the consciousness shift as we serve. Seva is the Sanskrit word for “the art of selfless service” or work performed without any thought of reward or repayment.
In ancient India seva helps with spiritual growth.
We cannot allow the negativity to take over our lives. We need to stay present, extremely aware and catch the negative thoughts and be ready to change them immediately. Otherwise we risk falling into the spiral of negativity that hurts our soul. So be mindful of your thinking.
I am inviting you to not only to try but be the mantra. Sing with me (video below)
I believe Spirit wants us to use it during times of intensity. Let’s face it. 2016 has been such an unstable and wild year! Crazy people, crazy world, darkness, fears, high intense emotions surfacing everywhere in the world.
We need to go back to who we are: beings of light. We need to practice being happy.
This Mantra is such a positive mantra that helps you move from the sadness of your soul to the greatest of your soul.
Sanskrit language describes states of consciousness. It is the language of the mystics, the language of thought and consciousness, like poetry but have precision in the words.
Om (AUM) is the sound of the Universe where the word human comes from.
Chants awaken spiritual qualities in us. The energy lifts us above the mind, where thoughts can’t seem to reach us. Worry and stress melt away.
Someone asked me and you probably have asked yourself the same question:
“Do you have the English translation? In order for me to come from a sincere place, it would help if I know and understood exactly what I am saying each time?”
I totally understand, as I was there. First time I participated in a live music kirtan (chanting mantras) I had the same question and my yoga teacher who seemed to have read our minds came up with the answer and invited us to feel the mantra instead of looking for the English translation.
Our ego wants to know all the time, our minds want to be in charge all the time and we forget about how we feel, we forget about how to tap into our heart and let Spirit guide us.
Translations of mantras vary due to the fact that Sanskrit language is a vibrational language that has so many layers of meaning. So here are some translations but then again you have to find your own interpretation that comes from heart and not mind. You have to experience the mantra and feel its transformational power, rather than trying to understand it intellectually.
“I bow to the Lord who lives in the hearts of all”
“OM and salutations to the Indwelling One, substance of the Divine”
“Salutations to the Indweller who is omnipresent, omnipotent, immortal and divine.”
Please let me know what your experience with this mantra is.
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