This page is of different mantras.  Mantras are words of power and prayers.  They can be chanted on beads like a Rosery or on Japa Mala beads. They can be sung, alone or in a group, or just repeated in head.  Here are a few I like.


The Maha-Mantra: (Maha means Great).

"Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare"

Hare means the energy of Lord Krishna and Rama is the bliss of Krishna or Krishna's elder brother Rama.


A love Mantra:

 "Omkara anahata yam dayu love 'em all".

Omkara is the sacred Om. Anahata is the name of the heart chakra. Yam is the seed sound of the heart chakra. Dayu means compassion and then love 'em all.


A Christian Mantra:

"Blessed Christ YHVH Holy Spirit love you all".


A Islamic Mantra:

"Al afuw-wu" (Allah viewah).

Allah - The Pardoner.


A Mantra for the Chakras:

"Lam Vam Ram Yam Hoom Shyam Om".


Lord Shivas Mantra: 

"Om Nama Shivaya."

Shiva is the God of destruction of ignorance.  One of the Trinity of the top Hindu Gods Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva in no specific order.


Lakshmi the Goddess of fortunes Mantra:

"Om Shrim MahaLakshmiyai Namaha."

Lakshmi gives physical or spiritual prosperity to those devoted to her.


Narasimha Mantra for protection.

"Narasimha ta va da so hum."

Narasimha is the have man half lion incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Mantra for the destruction of the seemingly undestructable evils.

Ganasha Mantra:

"Om Gum Ganapatiyai Namaha".

Ganesha is the elephant headed Son of Lord Shiva. Ganesha is the remover of obstacles.


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