Mantra For Life and Spells for Life Written on Thursday, May 9th, 2013 by @Paul Harrison
ON this page: the best mantras for life and inspiring mantras to live by, with many beautiful life quotes.
Mantra for Life 1 : Om Mani Padme Hum
Om Mani Padme Hum is the most important of all Buddhist mantras. It is often (and incorrectly) translated as meaning “The jewel is in the lotus.”
Before we get to the true meaning of om mani padme hum, it’s worth noting that this incorrect translation is actually a powerful mantra in itself. The Lotus flower grows out of mud yet always faces the sun. By pointing itself towards the light and positivty of the sun, the lotus find beauty and growth even as it is stuck in mud. You can see how this mantra might sum up life itself in many ways.
And now the correct meaning of om mani padme hum. The mantra means that through right practice we may transforms our impure selves into purity. It is through correct practice that we become great. This is the true meaning of the mantra.
Mantra for Life 2: And in the end, it’s not the years in your life, but the life in your years.
This mantra for life comes from Abraham Lincoln (it is one of Lincoln’s most famous life quotes). Unlike Om Mani Padme Hum, this mantra needs no explanation. We must live the years of our lives in fullness. It is through valuing the moment and the time we have now that we come to live great lives. Age is a number, life is a moment.
Mantra for Life 3 : Life is Now
This life quote isn’t famous. It’s not profound. It’s very basic but very important. Life is not the future. Life is not the past. Though many men and women spend the majority of their time caught up in thoughts of past and future, life is now. The entirety of life is encapsulated in the magic of each infinitesimal moment. That moment is now. Life is now.
Mantra for Life 4: The greatest thing you’ll ever learn is just to love and be loved in return
Love is everything. Money may be important. Possessions may bring happiness. But love truly is what makes the world go around. It is an ideal and a very romantic notion, but the simple fact of the matter is that if love were universal a heaven would be made of earth. Such romantic notions might not be reality, but they provide a guiding light to aim for as we take our steps through life.
Paul M Harrison is a meditation teacher with more than ten years of experience. He also writes as a lifestyle journalist and author. The author of more than five books, you can find his works on his Amazon Author Page Contact him via Twitter or Facebook