Blessings, Sacred Soul.

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This is my favorite daily practice, a mantra that is not just part of my morning practice but is woven into my everyday. Even my children sign it.

I like to chant regularly is the Gayatri Mantra. Likened to the Lords Prayer, the Gayatri Mantra spirals through the entire universe inspiring wisdom in all of us.

The Vedas say:

‘To chant the Gayatri Mantra
purifies the chanter.
To listen to the Gayatri Mantra
purifies the listener.’

A great cleanser for your space and self. This Sanskrit prayer is said to be the oldest on the earth. The Gayatri Mantra is a mantra that purifies and cleanses the singer and those that hear the prayer. Its energy emanating across the world in honour and love of the earth and all its sentinel beings. There are many groups and individuals across the world that sing the Gayatri Mantra continuously for the earth and all of humanity.

I use the Gayatri Mantra in my everyday morning practice as part of my devotional prayers to humanity. It is a beautiful mantra that I am also teaching my children who love singing it. I sing it not just humanity but when I am feeling overwhelmed, in need of extra support or when big changes are afoot. I often catch myself singing this prayer with no other reason than it is a beautiful mantra to sing.


To use the Gayatri Mantra you can do it daily in practice, as part of your cleansing ceremony for your Sacred Space and Sacred Self. It assists you in grounding in your energy which is helpful in cultivating sacred connections with yourself and the world around you

. It will also raise the vibration of your energy field, creating positive and his vibes in and around your life. There is no trick to singing this mantra, it’s vibration lands perfectly where it is intentioned to go. You can sing it through all of your energy centers (otherwise known as chakras), visualising them as you sing each mantra, using mala beads (108 times, one time for each bead) or for as long as you feel to. There is no right or wrong way, you should approach this Mantra with openness and joy, it is a beautiful practice and one that you feel your heart invested in.

Incorporate it into your cleanse or your daily spiritual practice. Sing it for the world, yourself and your loved ones. It will enhance your soul’s connection to yourself and the world. Creating high vibrations in and around you, raising your own energy and those in your environment.
It’s loosely translated as

We meditate on the glory of the Creator;

Who has created the Universe;

Who is worthy of Worship;

Who is the embodiment of Knowledge and Light;

Who is the remover of Sin and Ignorance;

May He open our hearts and enlighten our Intellect.


It is said that you need to be initiated into this practice to sing it, though I believe that this Mantra is for everyone who feels a strong calling and reason-ace with its vibration. As with all spiritual practices only do it if it feels right to. I was taught this version through my Yogini studies with Chameli Ardagh. There are also alternative and longer versions of this mantra available through the internet, I invite you to explore and embrace all of these versions also. The more you include it as a part of your every day the more you will feel the powerful effects of this sacred Mantra.