Deva Premal and Miten offer 21 days of mantra meditations which can be used with your mala beads.
During the holidays it can sometimes feel impossible to spend 1 hour a day on your practice. Why not try a mantra meditation practice? A mantra practice allows you to sit for 15 minutes. It also gives you a chance to use your mala beads. Mantra japa is a good solution when you are short on time.
Chanting offers the benefits of clearing the mind and is also a form of pranayama. Most of all it is fun and easy. Deva Premal and Miten offer 21 days of 15 minute chanting sessions. These practices will fill you with energy, joy, and lightness. Some of the mantras are exactly 108 repetitions. It is the perfect recording to use with your mala beads.
Probably my favorite practice for this time of year. I use these recordings to help in staying centered and to practice even when there is a limited amount of time. Most of all, this practice brings more joy into our home.
Learn more and download these recordings by visiting Deva Premal and Miten. When you meditate with mantras you open your body to the healing power of sound. On this recording will find mantras with beautiful melodies including:
- Om Shanti Om
- Om Gum Ganapatayei Namaha
- Aham Prema
- Narasimha Tava Dasohum
- Om Mani Padme Hum
These 15 minute sessions will support you in beginning or continuing a daily mantra meditation practice. Mantras natural open the throat chakra, relax the breath and control the breath. Especially relevant, this practice will also aid in increasing the flow of prana through the energy body.
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