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Mantras & Meditations

A mantra is a sacred sound of truth and wisdom.  Sanskrit words have a powerful energetic quality to them.  

Loka -- human race, folks, ordinary life
Samastha -- whole, combined, united
Sukino -- pleasant, delight, happiness, good space
Bhavanthu -- they shall
"May all folks in the world have good space, have good feeling.  May all beings everywhere be happy."
“May all beings everywhere be happy and free, and may the thoughts, words, and actions of my own life contribute in some way to that happiness and to that freedom for all.”

Mantra: Sa Ta Na Ma. The sounds comes from one of the oldest mantras Sat Nam which means “my true essence” or “true identity” and are designed to be uplifting. Other translations of the sounds are:

SA is birth, the beginning, infinity, the totality of everything that ever was, is, or will be.

TA is life, existence, and creativity which manifests from infinity.

NA is death, change, and the transformation of consciousness.

MA is rebirth, regeneration, and resurrection which allows us to consciously experience the joy of the infinite.

"There is a light in me that lights the whole world.  It radiates truth, boundless will, action and knowledge."

"I am strong." "I'm trying new things." "I am enough."

"I am safe." "I am grounded." "I am balanced." 

"I'm right where I need to be."

"I'm grateful for everything I have." "I'm grateful for everything I know." "I'm grateful for everything I am." "I'm grateful I have all that I need."

"I'm worthy of all things wonderful."

"I'm healthy. I'm wealthy. I am loved. I am secure. I am confident. I am courageous."

"You are what you seek."

"I am powerful.  I am empowered."

"My body gets healthier and stronger every day."

Loving-Kindness Meditation:
“May you be well. May you be happy. May you be peaceful. May you be loved.”

"I Trust You, Jesus" --