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7 Sanskrit Mantras for Meditation and Gratitude

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7 Sanskrit Mantras for Meditation and Gratitude

Repeat these Sanskrit mantras for more peace inside and out. Use them in your meditation or whenever you need them. You don’t need to be grateful for why or how you hurt, but you can learn to be grateful for the paths you choose to walk down now.

Sanskrit & Mantras

Mantras are potent words or sounds with deep meaning. They’re spoken or thought with sacred intention.

Sanskrit is an ancient, sacred language of Hinduism and is often used in Buddhist hymns and chants. Dubbed as the perfect language by some linguists, Sanskrit lies at the heart of many mantras used for meditation.

In Sanskrit, mantra means a sacred utterance, a numinous sound, or a syllable, word, or group of words believed to have psychological and spiritual power.

Repeat these Sanskrit mantras, out loud or silently to yourself in your meditation or whenever you need them.

7 Meaningful Sanskrit Mantras to Align Your Energy with Deep Gratitude

1. Dhanya Vad: I feel gratitude.

When I am grateful, I find grace. By looking for the blessings in my life, I open up a space of light in every experience; I open up the path for grace to flow. I make room in the middle of everything for gratitude.

When you feel stressed, practice breathing into your blessings until you're so full of gratitude that there's no room for anything else.

2. Ananda Hum: I am bliss.

When I gladden my heart, I awaken the energy of gratitude. It is an energy that elevates and expands, and brings me to a deeper place in my heart. By opening my heart, I can feel gratitude deeply. Gratitude shifts the moment by shifting me. Nothing around me changes; I change.

Things do not create gratitude; the energy of joy inside of me creates gratitude.

True gratitude comes from knowing that you belong in the infinite dance of life.

3. Kritajna Hum: I am gratitude.

My true self is always grateful. I am connected with everything else in the universe. I am like an ocean–the deeper I go within, the more profoundly I become one with the stillness that is my true self.

Gratitude is the beacon that guides me to that place where meaning, dreams, truth, and love exists, no matter what or who I must be today in the world.

Gratitude connects you to the joy that's hidden in plain view, patiently waiting to be seen.

4. Samprati Hum: The present moment is my true self.

Gratitude is in the present moment, and each moment is filled with grace. When I am not fully immersed in the here and now, nothing is ever enough. I do not need more to be complete; I am whole right now. I can trust myself by looking within for what I seek.

By being here, and being grateful now, I realize that I feel truly alive as I am in the present moment. I can appreciate the joy of simply being here.

If something feels missing in your life, it might be YOU. Your presence is your power.

5. Prani Dhana: My individuality expands to universality.

Grace dissolves the resistance and obstacles in my life.

I practice gratitude so I can remove the blocks to joy. This practice expands my perspective because I realize I am not an island. I am reminded to step back, to gently think again, and to take a fresh look at the situation I’m struggling with.

6. Namaste: I recognize my true essence in every soul I meet.

Gratitude flows in a loving relationship, and it expands that relationship. When I forgive petty differences, I am receiving the love that I am giving. When I thank or appreciate another, I experience the same biochemical changes and healing effects as the person I’m thanking.

Rather than try to change anything about a person, I will be grateful for who they are, as they are. I accept and dissolve the differences that separate us.

What unites us is more important and more real than what divides us.

7. Karuna Hum: I am compassion.

When I have no judgment, I see everyone with kindness. I choose compassion over judgment, and by doing this, I become a conduit for peace, understanding, and happiness. I will not condemn. I will love.

Tell me:

Which of these Sanskrit mantras do you need in your life right now?

Tell me in the comments. I read every single one, and I’d love to know!

With love,

Jen

P.S. Strengthen your gratitude and nurture your heart. Every single night. Get my book Sleep Affirmations: 200 Phrases for a Deep and Peaceful Sleep. You’ll fall asleep feeling connected to everything. It’s… soul soothing.

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Repeat these Sanskrit mantras for more peace inside and out. Use them in your meditation or whenever you need them. You don’t need to be grateful for why or how you hurt, but you can learn to be grateful for the paths you choose to walk down now.

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