Health by mantra

Mantras Religion SpiritualityI am a big believer in the power of words. Not only spoken words but words you say in your head. Several years ago I bought a book called Healing Mantras, written by Thomas Ashley-Farrand, in a bookstore in Bombay.

I’ve revisited it several times, selecting mantras that I thought would help then-current situations. As I am currently in a detox/health kick, I decided to add a mantra to the mix.

Part of the process involves writing down the mantra you select and making a written promise to carry out the necessary repetitions. So here is my mantra promise –

I promise to say the following mantra at least 40 times a day for 40 days with the purpose of bringing more health to my home: “Om Ram Ramaya Namaha.”

This post was originally published as part of the Zeteo is Reading series.

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9 thoughts on “Health by mantra

      • Cool ~ thanks for the description ~ Sounds interesting – (even though I have to actually go and google who Lord Rama is now! lol! ) – gotta love learning new stuff hey 😀
        ( Yes I know I should probably be aware of the name – as I am – just don’t know much about the dude 😉 )

        Enjoy your detox…about time for me to consider something along those lines ~

      • I guess hey! But doing something knowing it is – well – good – can be somehow inspiring and invigorating in itself I think 😀

        AND to you TOO! Rock on 2014 😉

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