Mantram Repetition - for Relaxation

Listed below are recommended mantrams used in Dr. Bormann's research:

 Mantrams (pronunciation)Descriptions
Om Mani Padme Hum  (Ohm Mah-nee Pahd-may Hume)

An invocation to the jewel (Self), in the lotus of the heart

Namo Butsaya  (Nah-mo Boot-sie-yah)

I bow to the Buddha

My God and my All

St. Francis of Assisi's mantram

Maranatha  (Mar-ah-nah-tha)

Lord of the Heart [Aramaic]

Kyrie Eleison  (Kir-ee-ay Ee-lay-ee-sone)

Lord have mercy

Jesus, Jesus or Lord Jesus Christ

Son of God

Hail Mary, full of grace the Lord is with you [me]

Catholic Rosary

Lord Jesus Christ, Son of God, have mercy on us [me]

Jesus Prayer

Rama  (Rah-mah)

Eternal joy within [Gandhi's mantram]

Om Namah Shivaya  (Ohm Nah-mah Shee-vah-yah)

An invocation to beauty and fearlessness

Om Prema  (Ohm Pray-Mah)

A call for universal love

Om Shanti  (Ohm Shawn-tee)

In invocation to eternal peace

So Hum  (So Hum)

I am that Self within

Barukh Atah Adonoi  (Bah-rookh At-tah Ah-doh-nigh)

Blessed art Thou, King of the Universe

Ribono Shel Olam  (Ree-boh-no Shel O-lahm)

Master of the Universe

Shalom  (Shah-lohm)

Peace, wellness

Sheheena  (Sha-khee-nah)

Feminine aspect of God

Allah  (Ah-lah)

The Supreme Being

Allahu Akbar  (Ah-lah-oo Ah-bahr)

God is greatest

Bismallah Ir-rahman Ir-rahim  (Beese-mah-lah Ir-rah-mun Ir-rah-heem)   

In the name of Allah, the merciful, the compassionate

Wakan Tanka  (Wah-Kah Tahn-Kah)

Great Spirit


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