I feel incredible!
answered 09 Feb '11, 19:52
Just like Michael, I also chose OM. It was the first "word" my first-born child uttered. It means 'mother' in arabic, which is one of my two native languages. It embodies, just like a mother, unconditional love. It also encourages me to focus on the task at hand.
Thank you, namaste
answered 10 Feb '11, 10:10
Aside from the mantras listed above, I use a few others. Thank You Thank You, One with the One, Bless Bless Love Love Bless Bless Love, Love All Love One Same Moon Same Sun, and God God God God God.
answered 08 Feb '11, 10:44
I like the master key mantra, when I use it, I affirm with a "yes!" at the end with feeling.
I also use "Feel, Focus, Flow" - when I need to be still and bring myself back to the present moment. (I actually wrote a blog on it a while back: http://tinybuddha.com/blog/feel-focus-flow/)
My "Mantra", if I had to say I had one, is from Psalm 51:10-12 (King James). We used to sing these verses in Church, and I hum it whenever I need to feel God:
Create in Me a Clean Heart, Oh God;
And renew a Right Spirit within me.
Cast me not away from Thy Presence,
And take not Thy Holy Spirit from me.
Restore unto me the Joy of Thy Salvation,
And Uphold me in Thy Free Spirit.
Jai P.S. I also recommend saying the Rosary, if you swing towards that belief...the Rosary is designed to put One in an altered state.
answered 24 Feb '11, 21:30
G R A C E J O Y E A S E
answered 21 Feb '11, 20:55
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