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Some great sources for Mantras

Meditative Minds

For a long time, I have searched for well-recorded mantras that would imprint their vibration at the environment as a background breeze. Something that I could eventually sleep through the whole night with, work without being disturbed, or sit down for fully present meditation.


When I came across Meditative Minds, I was amazed by the quality of their work. The selection is beautiful, but the technology behind the sound is outstanding, and with high-quality headphones, one can listen to layers of sound details.


Here are a few links to some of my preferred Meditative Minds tracks:


Other mantras and healing sounds are available through Meditative Minds on their YouTube channel or Spotify, and I highly recommend to explore their app.



Sam Garrett, Mose, and Gaiea Sanskrit

Other uplifting sources for mantras in my opinion are the music from Gaiea, Mose, and Sam Garrett. Their work can be easily found on Spotify. With varied cultural backgrounds, they all stand out by the quality of their music and commitment to the knowledge of the profound healing dimension of sound. Here is a quick selection of tracks:





 

About the Author: Carol Jamault is a Certified Health & Life Coach, Licensed Massage Therapist (LMT), and Registered Yoga Instructor (RYT-200) with a corporate background in design and branding. She supports her clients in stress management and self-care through an integrative approach to wellness by providing bodywork services, consultations, and curated information and products to restore balance, improve individual wellness, and to boost vitality. Carol has been studying alternative healing, ethnobotany, circadian medicine, and Ayurveda since 2001. She is the founder of Hridayam Bodywork & Apothecary.

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