As a meditation teacher, many people ask me what the best meditations to attract love are.

Good news: There are some excellent meditations to attract the one you love.

These exercises help in many different ways, ranging from making you more attractive, to psychically attracting dates, to cultivating kindness and compassion, and even conjuring marriage.

For starters: meditations make us sexier. The science proves that much.

Between making us look younger and making us sexually confident, meditation is massive for dating. And not only can you use meditation, you can also use mudras for love and mantras for love too (which I’ll explain in just a sec).

Now the juicy-bit:

There are specific meditations for love manifesting. You can use these exercises to attract someone special.  These are sacred techniques, all of which I shared in my book 30 Secrets To Spiritual Love [AMAZON].

Not only this, but you can use meditation to improve your relationships too.

If all this sounds good to be true, just try the following six exercises. They will redefine your dating life and possibly attract the one you are destined to marry.

6 Meditations For Love To Attract The One You Love

Use these meditations to attract love so you can enjoy the perfect relationship.

1:Kundalini Yoga Meditation To Attract Love  

This is a Kundalini yoga meditation for love.  

Kundalini yoga is a 400-year-old spiritual system that liberates the mind and spirit.

Kundalini Yoga opens the heart and soul so you are ready to receive affection and desire from other people. This receiving is everything. Because there is always warmth and affection available to us. What we really need to do is not so much manifest affection in our life but welcome the loving energy that is already there, but which we have been blind to. 

When you open your heart and mind, you will find the affections and tenderness that you are seeking.

To open the heart and mind, use the ancient breathing technique called Breath of Fire, which is an excellent meditation for attracting love.

Here’s how:

  1. Sit with a straight spine and good posture
  2. Start pumping your abdomen in and out while breathing out of your nose.
  3. Your breath will be panting, like a fluffy little puppy on a hot and humid day
  4. You should be breathing at around two breaths per second.
  5. Lift your arms above your head and hold apart at a 60-degree angle.
  6. Curl your fingers, so the fingertips touch the base of your fingers. The thumbs should be pointing straight upwards.
  7. You will feel the sensation of a bolt of electricity pulsing between the tips of your thumbs and igniting your aura.
  8. Allow yourself to experience this pleasant sensation for two minutes
  9. When you finish, lift your arms above your head, touch your thumbs together, hold your breath, and stay in that position for a few moments before gradually returning to a relaxed sitting position.
  10. Spread your fingers wide and gradually breathe out.

This is a powerful meditation for love and attraction. It will produce internal changes in your mind and spirit.

Through this practice, stress will evaporate to nothingness and the mind and soul will be lifted above the waves. You will achieve a heightened state of consciousness.

You may experience strong emotions as subconscious blockages are eradicated.  This is normal.

The Fire Breathing method releases those subconscious blocks to restore flow and to enable you to receive tenderness and affection.

This is one of the most powerful meditations for love that exists. It is a timeless practise that will lift your spirit to a higher plane.

2: Loving Kindness Meditation

Another great meditation for attracting love is Loving Kindness Meditation.

Psychological studies show that we must have self-love if we want to enjoy strong relationships [1].

When we do not have affection for ourselves, the mind refuses to acknowledge the affection of others. In fact, people who have self-hatred seek out negative relationships that validate the way they feel about themselves. The mind always seeks to prove our beliefs, even if our beliefs are negative.

If you believe you do not deserve tenderness and affection, you will never receive it.

That’s the bad news.

Let’s spin it like we’re playing Spin The Bottle.

Love yourself, and you will receive love. Period.

To create self-love, use Metta (see the link above )

Loving Kindness is one of the most beautiful and most important of all Buddhist meditations. This powerful technique cultivates feelings of kindness and affection that radiate from your spirit and extend all around you.

When you practice this exercise, you conquer any negative feelings in yourself, and you open your mind and heart to the experience of pure love.

You can use this technique to attract a girl through meditation.

3: Bhakti meditation for devotion

Bhakti technique is a means of opening the heart to the love of a deity.

If you visit a Buddhist temple in Tibet you will find monks seated in Lotus position offering devotion to Buddha through this sacred technique.

The scriptures state that Bhakti meditation has a spirit-transforming power and that by practicing this technique, you will absorb certain traits and mentalities of the object being worshipped.

Bhakti is a technique used only for true devotion. It is the expression of devotion to a god, to nature, or to anything that is deeply and truly treasured.

4: Kleem Mantra for attraction

The Kleem mantra for attraction is an ancient mantra from Hinduism that is a powerful way to attract someone into your life.

According to scriptures, recitation of this powerful mantra will create a magnetic attraction that will quickly manifest love.

This powerful mantra is traditionally used by single male Hindus who wish to attract a female.

5: Meditative Love-Making

Many spiritual techniques are used when being intimate.

These techniques are ways to enhance the sexual energy in your life and to turn current relationships into deeper, more spiritual, more affectionate and intimate relationships.

These meditations involve meditating while actually making love or while sitting naked with your partner. This heightens intimacy in the relationship. Personally, I find these meditations divine.

If you’re interested in find out more, be sure to read my guide to Intimate Meditation for couples.

6: The Lotus Mudra for love and attraction


Mudras are hand gestures hat are used in Indian spiritualities to bestow certain benefits on the practitioner.

Regions and points of the hands are associated with areas of the brain. By holding your hands in certain positions, you activate the associate areas of the brain.

One example of a mudra is the Lotus, the mudra of love. 

You can use the lotus mudra to attract soulmates. It will improve your understanding with other people and help you to have positive relationships This mudra also increases self-compassion, which we need to establish before we receive it from others.

Here’s how to use the lotus mudra for attracting others:

  1. To perform the lotus mudra, bring the palms of your hands together and open them like a flower.
  2. Now, join the thumbs and little fingers together side by side.
  3. Finally, place your hands in front of your chest and hold them for 108 breaths.  This will encourage positive relationships.

You can make this more effective by using romantic music and candles.

Create a romantic space and meditate while holding your hands in the position described above.  mudra. This will activate the regions of your brain associated with compassion. It is an excellent mudra to attract someone.

You may also wish to practice this technique and mudra with your romantic partner. Doing so will help the two of you to develop better understanding and compassion for one another, strengthening the relationship. This is also useful at uncertain times in the relationship.


7:  Guided Meditation For Love 

15-Minute Meditation For Self Love

Try using all these meditations for manifesting love. You will find that you naturally create attraction that helps you to bring that special someone into your life. 

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Written by Paul Harrison

Paul Harrison is a qualified meditation teacher and writer with more than 15 years experience in meditation and mindfulness. He studied meditation in Oxford, UK, and Hamilton Ontario Canada, and earned his degree at Staffordshire University. Paul has helped thousands of people to discover their true potential through mindfulness, yoga and meditation.

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