mantra -- sanskrit -- lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu --  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 -- MindBodyPlate.com

mantra -- sanskrit -- lokah samastah sukhino bhavantu -- 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 -- MindBodyPlate.com

This is the sacred gayatri mantra, i sing it every morning 11times before starting the day. <3

This is the sacred gayatri mantra, i sing it every morning 11times before starting the day. <3

Tamaso Ma Jyothirgamaya - Lead me from darkness to light |Collection of Mantras Mantras. by ~dogyjoe on deviantART

Tamaso Ma Jyothirgamaya - Lead me from darkness to light |Collection of Mantras Mantras. by ~dogyjoe on deviantART

A mala, meaning garland in Sanskrit, evokes a circular, continuous form. In practice, a mala is the devoted offering of repeated cycles (typically in divisors of 108) of mantra japa or yoga asana.

A mala, meaning garland in Sanskrit, evokes a circular, continuous form. In practice, a mala is the devoted offering of repeated cycles (typically in divisors of 108) of mantra japa or yoga asana.

These ancient sanskrit mantras have become commonplace in the Western yoga world. Unpack their layered history and meaning by taking them to the source.

These ancient sanskrit mantras have become commonplace in the Western yoga world. Unpack their layered history and meaning by taking them to the source.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sohum (सो ऽहम् so 'ham[1]) is the Sanskrit for "I am He/That". (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.) When it applies to a person's name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate reality. Some say that when a child is born it cries Koham-Koham which means Who am I? That is when the universe replies back Sohum. You are the same as I am. It also stems from the Sanskrit word which means, "self pride."

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Sohum (सो ऽहम् so 'ham[1]) is the Sanskrit for "I am He/That". (See also: Tat Tvam Asi.) When it applies to a person's name, according to Vedic philosophy it means identifying oneself with the universe or ultimate reality. Some say that when a child is born it cries Koham-Koham which means Who am I? That is when the universe replies back Sohum. You are the same as I am. It also stems from the Sanskrit word which means, "self pride."

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