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Hindu Mantras To Boost Your Confidence Make You Feel Great

Learn how to have more confidence with these mantras to boost your confidence. Covers English mantras for confidence, Buddhist, hindu, vedic and more.


Mantras for confidence are like a nectar you can pour into your subconscious, where it will ferment and bubble into intoxicating levels of self esteem and general awesomeness.

When you use a mantra for confidence you essentially train your mind to learn to think in positive ways. Mantras stay in you, circulating your mind, breeding positivity. In other words, if you spend ten minutes reciting a confidence mantra you’ll feel the effect for a long time.


Mantras work in two ways. Firstly, the message of a mantra resonates within your mind and creates associate thoughts. Essentially, if you say “I am an awesome person” 108 times, your mind will start to find ways in which you really are awesome. This is the first way mantras work.

The second way mantras work is through frequencies. Buddhist mantras, for instance (like OM) have a specific frequency. Reciting these mantras changes your internal frequency, changing your thoughts, moods and emotions.


So, what are some good mantras for confidence?

There are many. There are confidence mantras in English, in Hindu, Buddhist, Vedic, Yogic and in many other spiritualities. To begin with, let’s take a look at some non-spiritual confidence mantras in English.


English Mantras for Confidence

Here is a selection of excellent mantras for confidence that are not spiritual or religious, but which are nevertheless very powerful.

“I appreciate myself and welcome positive thoughts and feelings into my being.”

“I am a great person and deserve to feel great.”

“I am secure in myself and do not compare myself to others.”

“I am a healthy, happy, positive person.”

“I like me.”

“I embrace my positive qualities and value myself highly.”

Paul Martin Harrison

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