The road to manifesting your desires is a long and difficult one.
It may not seem like it at first, but if you give yourself time there is no limit to what can happen.
Manifestation is a process, not an event.
It takes time and effort to manifest what you want in your life.
The Universe will always respond well when we show up for our desires by emitting consistent energy over long periods of time.
What is a Mantra?
A mantra can be a syllable, a word, a complete sentence, or a sound that you say repeatedly.
These are models of persuasive words that can raise our consciousness.
They are not just words; it’s a sound that manifests our deepest desires with their own energy, it vibrates at such a unique frequency.
Mantras are used to help boost your focus when you are in a meditative state.
How Do Mantras Work?
The earliest Mantra ever composed dates back to the Vedic scriptures of Hinduism. Some are even 3500 years old.
They are said to mention the sacredness of sound.
Mantra is the combination of thoughts and actions. It is a spoken word or phrase, followed by an action to make it happen.
There are various purposes of mantras depending on the religion involved.
But nowadays, a mantra is used to silence the voice in our head that says: you can’t go on, you can’t manifest, you don’t deserve this – basically, it clears our mind of negativity.
Tips For Effective Mantra Manifestation
Mantras require time and work.
It is recommended that a certain mantra be used for 40 consecutive days and repeated 108 times a day. The number 108 is a sacred number.
The number 1 represents the Highest Truth. 0 represents either emptiness or completeness in spiritual practice. 8 represents All Goods.
It is essential that if you commit to using a mantra you dedicate 40 consecutive days to using it.
If you skip a day, you have to start over.
Mala beads can help you keep track of how you say your mantra.
It consists of 108 beads and for every time you chant your mantra, you move your finger along.
It helps with concentration and keeps you on track with your 108/day chant!
You can use mantras whenever you want.
But if you want to incorporate them into your daily routine, it’s best to turn them into a habit.
For example, upon waking in the morning, say the mantra of your choice to start your day.
You can take a moment and sit in silence.
Allow yourself to connect with your higher self, say your mantra, and then set your intentions for the day.
Here are some Mantras for Abundance:
Buddhist Money Mantra – This is a prayer to the god of the world, Vasudhara. The song is “Om Vasudhare Svaha.”
Divine Mother – The Divine Mother is the bestower of great prosperity with the help of Ganesha. Chant “Om Gum Shrim Mahalakshmiyei Swaha.”
Now, for more modernized mantras…
“I have more than enough money.”
“I am open and receptive to all the good that life offers me.”
“I deserve prosperity.”
“My success is necessary.”
“I accept and receive unexpected prosperity.”
Which of these mantras resonate with you?
Are you ready to use them to attract wealth into your life?