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Mantra - what is it?

What is a mantra?

The word mantra means purification of the mind.

We can read a lot about the meaning of mantras, but we only really understand them when we work with them and experience their effectiveness in everyday life.

Why does our mind need to be purified?

If we take on the role of observer and pay attention to what we think, we realize that our mind is constantly chattering. This is also called Monkey Mind.

We have a lot to do every day and our minds have to process a flood of information every day. Even if we see this as normal and it is a habit for us, it is pure stress for our mind. Because everything we absorb (read and hear) interacts with us (with our energy field).

In order to reduce peak mental performance, turn multitasking into monotasking and balance the chaos of thoughts, we can use mantras.

Mantras serve the purpose of making us concentrate on one thing. Here it is the focus on a word or a sentence. Because by constantly repeating a sentence or word, we calm our thoughts and our spirit.

As soon as the mind tries to distract us, we get confused. This happens very often in the beginning because the mind is used to wanting/having to think about a lot of things. He is so trained and therefore it is the habit of the mind.

If our thoughts are calmed down, we begin to relax. When we relax we can regenerate and recharge our batteries. The life energy reaches deep into our being through deep breathing. If we practice mantras regularly, we promote deep breathing, which is an important part of our health.

With deep breathing we begin to perceive ourselves, how we feel, what needs and desires we have. This is important so that we don't get lost in the hustle and bustle of everyday life.

Furthermore, each mantra naturally has its own effectiveness. There are protective mantras, mantras to activate self-healing powers, Bija mantras, mantras of Indian deities, mantras to connect with inner wisdom, mantras to overcome fears and much more.

In order to find the right mantra for yourself, it is important to know what I want to achieve for myself with the mantra.

For example:

  • do deep inner work 
  • Strengthen trust
  • strengthen unity consciousness
  • Mobilize forces to overcome difficult situations
  • Heal Pain
  • Resolve fears
  • welcome the day
  • say goodbye to the day
  • and much more.


It makes sense to use the mantra every day. In this way, the energy field receives light impulses every day. Practicing it every day will become a new, cherished habit that you won't want to miss.

Many years ago I was guided to mantras by two Buddhist women. It is a light food and is simply good for you. If you want to find out more about me and my work, then take a look at my website.


Ute Freyaldenhoven

About our author

Ute began her training and further education in the area of ​​'body-mind-spirit' in 2005 and has since gotten to know many Ayurvedic therapists, animal health practitioners, shamans, Buddhists, mediums and yoga teachers who have contributed to how her 'world view' has changed her horizons expanded. Namely, that there is much more than what our eyes see.

Ute has been working with mantras for many years.Meditation or simply retreating into silence has become an important part of her life.

Ute offers a lot of information on her website : She creates individual AyurYoga sessions, offers mentoring and work in and around the energy field from you or your pet ♥.


Ute is the author of the book 60 Seconds of Gratitude - a workbook in which she explains why you are the way you are and what it means that EVERYTHING interacts with each other stands. She does this from an Ayurvedic perspective. With exercises that should be carried out daily, everyone can go one step further on the path to selfhood!


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