This week’s Monday Mantra is such an important mantra in sound therapy. It is an invocation of Dhanvantri, the Celestial Physician. Dhanvantri is the Hindu god of medicine and Ayurveda. He is prayed to for good health, for either oneself or for others in need. Healing from Dhanvantri should be accepted in whatever form it comes; it doesn’t necessarily … Continue reading
Monday Mantra this week consists of just two words: Om Hari. It’s sung, rather than chanted and is very relaxing.
Saraswati is the Goddess of learning, knowledge, communication and the arts. This week’s Monday Mantra is to Saraswati for everyone embarking on a new school year, a new course of study, and for clear communication.
I’m delighted to introduce this new mala making workshop.
Mala are used to count repetitions of mantra. They have 108 beads, plus a centre bead called the meru (or guru bead). Beads come in a variety of materials, although it is common to find them made of rosewood beads. Shell, bone, and semi-precious stones are also popular.
“In the beginning was the word. And the word was….OM”
Never underestimate the power of sound, it may well have been responsible for the creation of the universe”
Mantras are words or phrases repeated over and over again until they become embedded in our minds. You may well have a “saying” that other people describe as … Continue reading