When we attack, we cannot love. The intent of these relationship mantras is to lighten the drama and inspire more peaceful interactions. May these words serve you by helping you to prioritize love and happiness over anything else.
A mantra is a word/phrase of power and light. Though there’s no one-size-fits-all solution for returning to a peaceful inner space, perhaps one or a few of these mantras for peace will help you when you need it most.
“Peace begins with me” is a very short mantra meditation that encourages the sentiment that we each are responsible for and capable of bringing peace with us wherever we go. Once we resolve to discover the peace within ourselves, we can extend that peace to the world around us.
Meditation is a quieting of the mind (even though the thoughts are still going), a settling of the body, and a knowing of the soul. These meditation quotes serve as gentle reminders to remember who you truly are, to go back home to yourself.
Embrace the power of the present moment. When you consciously vow to live in the moment, you’ll notice how beautiful life really is and how amazing it is that you’re living and breathing right now.
Breathe more life into your life by making meaningful moments last a little bit longer—two beats longer. This is a mindfulness meditation that can be brought into every single experience.
Work hard and follow your dreams but don’t forget to live fully and connect. These four simple practices will help you pursue your passions without missing out on the sweetness of life.
How you see determines how you experience life. Slowly replace negative beliefs with positive alternatives, and your world will change in every way. These meditation mantras will help you shape your life around joy.
Committing to a daily meditation practice is the ultimate challenge. That’s why I love the idea of a one-minute mindfulness meditation: you can practice anywhere, anytime.
Repeating Sanskrit mantras is an ancient practice that we can apply to the modern world for more peace, purpose, and happiness.