In a study published in October 2018, experts agree that chronic stress is the leading cause of medical, mental, work, and relationship issues. A moderate amount of stress can motivate you to accomplish tasks, but consistently high levels of stress can alter your physical and mental health, hurting your perceptions and damaging your relationships.
Below are six statistics about the effects of stress and practical solutions to improve your wellbeing.
I don’t call myself a Yogi, Buddhist, Christian or any other religious or spiritual association. I am an explorer of spiritual life and I practice what works for me. I believe that there have been wise men and women who came to share with us how to connect with our highest self and experience divine love, regardless of religion. These enlightened beings are what some people call the Ascended Masters, Jesus, Buddha, Confucius, Saint Germain, Mother Mary, Sanat Kumara, Amma and many more.
I want to share a Kundalini Yoga mantra I connected with this weekend. The vibration of this chant touched the depth of my body and soul. I recorded what vibrated for me (I’m not a singer). I hope it inspires you to chant as well.
Ong Namo Guru Dev Namo
When you chant this mantra you are calling for the highest vibration to be present within you and around you. These sacred words carry a particular energetic vibration and only your own voice can match a specific frequency that connects you to that energetic link between you and All-That-Is.
One translation of this mantra is: “I honor the All-That-Is. I honor the Divine wisdom within myself” (similar to Namaste).
Chant this mantra before your yoga practice or any time you want to vibrate high and tap into the energetic grid of wisdom available to all.