We have been practicing mantras now very many years and have discovered them to be an endless source of magic and wonder. A mantra is a kind of meditation in motion, a dynamic meditation technique that is easy to practice and that yields real changes in our lives. The frequency of these ancient sounds influences the physical, psychological, and spiritual realms resulting in the manifestation of new thought, new action, and the materialization of the abstract into reality. Knowing the power of these ancient chants, we are pleased to announce our own series of mantra recording with the first being the Lakshmi Mantra.
Lakshmi is an ancient Hindu deity who symbolizes the infinite abundance of the divine. She is frequently pictured as seated upon a lotus throne her hands overflowing with riches and with four arms, each symbolizing a quality of her supreme opulence. The first is dharma or virtue, because in order to be truly wealthy, we must generate our wealth in a truthful way which does not harm others. The second represents the pursuit of wealth, and the rewards of virtuous action. The third represents love, the enjoyment of life, and the pursuit of happiness. And the fourth represents spiritual enlightenment, freedom from material bondage. It is the balance of these four qualities of Lakshmi which leads to supreme opulence - the ultimate state of material and spiritual wealth.
The intention of this recording is to tune your mind to the consciousness of abundance, wealth, and enlightenment. A mantra, or repeated vocal phrase, is an instrument for development and expansion of the mind. It is a type of magic spell that manifests through meditation in motion. By listening to, or chanting along to this recording, you will create new physical, mental and psychic channels for your natural abundance to flow. And you will see it take form through the infinite channels of abundance available to us.
The power of mantras is subtle in nature, and the traditional practice is chant a mantra many times for many days in order to achieve the ultimate effects. One example of a mantra practice is to chant 108 times a day for 40 days. You may also simply listen to the above video every day for 40 days in order to begin your mantra practice. Begin to learn the mantra and to chant along with the recording, either out loud or in your mind. May it bring you an abundance of health, wealth, and joy.
This recording was produced by Seth Misterka with vocals by Jennifer Deveau in Crestline, California during the summer of 2019.