Why People Have Been Saying Mantras for Thousands of Years

 

 

Mantra is really just a specialized grouping of sounds and vibrations which positively affect the mental and physiological planes. The effects of sound on the brain have been demonstrated in Electro Encephala Graph (EEG) charts as well as by documented physical changes (skin temperature, heart rate, respiratory rate among them). While we may consciously want to remove certain thought patterns, they can be difficult to dislodge because they are formed at subconscious levels. This is where mantra can be very effective.” ~Christina Sarich

The word “mantra” is tossed around quite a bit, but it’s often dismissed as esoteric or too hokey to be taken seriously. But the science behind how mantras work is actually very compelling—”mantra” translates to “directional vibration,” and mantras are used for reprogramming our minds for more positive thoughts throughout the day.

Mantras are like an anchor. When we wake up, look in the mirror, and say “today will be a good day,” we’re setting ourselves up for exactly that. Here are some mantras you should consider adopting and weaving into your own personal practice.

mantras are similar to affirmations in how they work to reprogram the subconscious mind

“Concise choice of positive words, clear visualization, and a corresponding feeling.”

‘to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.’ Everything is made up of energy that’s vibrating at its own frequency. What we believe is that if your subconscious is filled with patterns that are vibrating at a certain frequency… and if you can go into your subconscious and create a pattern, infuse it with energy that’s vibrating at a certain frequency, you can attract things of a similar nature to it.”

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