When you need to remove negative energy, mantras are your answer.
Whether it’s the Hindu prana or Taoist Chi, energy is the driving force of life. Our spiritual energy is our connection to the divine. It is our inner strength.
To be motivated and to have a successful day. we need high levels of energy.
But spiritual energy is different.
Spiritually speaking, there is negative spiritual energy as well as positive.
Psychic attacks and our own inner demons can cause a swelling of negative energy.
Mantras are one of the best kinds of spiritual protection from negative energy.
How does an energy mantras work?
There are spiritual mantras that can protect us from evil energy.
The mantras in the link above include Hindu, Buddhist, and Kundalini yoga mantras.
To understand how mantras create energy it’s first necessary to know why we lack energy in the first place.
There are many different reasons why we may experience negative energy.
Sources of negative energy
- Our past actions can create bad karma (Read: Turn bad karma to good)
- Lack of faith
- Evil eye
- Bad energy in the home or at work
- Negative relationships
- Anger, hate and other negative emotions
- Psychic attacks by enemies
No matter the cause, we can use mantras to stop bad energy from harming us.
How to remove negative energy with mantras
Mantras control energy by creating specific thoughts and specific resonances in the body.
The best way to use a mantra to create energy is to translate your feelings into words.
For instance, you might say, “I’m trapped in worried thoughts” or “My creative energy is blocked.”
Putting the issue into words like this helps clarify precisely what’s going on in your mind. And also one of the best techniques for controlling emotions is to name those emotions.
Once you’ve stated the issue in words, put it into third person. For instance, “I’m trapped in worried thoughts” becomes “The worried one” and”My energy is blocked” becomes “The creatively tapped one.”
So, be honest, say what you’re feeling, then translate it into third person.
Next, express thanks for the state of mind you’ve been experiencing. For instance, “I am thankful to have been The Creatively Trapped One.” Think of all the ways that this state of mind has helped you. Being creatively trapped may have helped you to realise that you want to be creatively free. Being worried might have helped you to recognise the potential pitfalls you hope to avoid. Come up with a list of the ways your previous state of mind has helped you.
Finally, it’s time to move past your current state of mind. Say out loud “I am releasing The Creatively Trapped One / The Worried One and entering a new state of being.’
And you might like to say what new mental state you are moving into. For example, “The creatively liberated”.
Put all this together and you will have your own mantra.
“I am releasing The Creatively Trapped One and becoming The Creatively Liberated“.
And there you are, your very own mantra that will achieve precisely the state that you want.
To summarise . . .
- Recognise the mind state you have been in
- Give the mind state a name
- Express thanks for how the mind state has helped you
- Say that you are leaving the mind state and entering a new one.
Having created your own mantra for energy let’s now take a look at a few other examples of mantras for energy.
Here are a few examples of English energy mantras. Try reciting these 40 times each now and notice how much more energised you feel afterwards.
- “Energy is central to the universe. I am made of energy. Energy fills me every moment.”
- “I welcome and accept the energy of the universe.”
- “I am creating and sustaining new energy every day.”
- “I am full of joy, positivity and energy.”
As well as using these mantras I highly recommend that you use meditations for energy.
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