Mantras for Love and Marriage; Hindu, Buddhist and More

Written on Tuesday, April 1st, 2014 by @Paul Harrison
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Love unites the world. Regardless of our specific religion or spirituality, we are all brought together by our mutual capacity for love. Marriage is marriage is the holiest of all.

Shakespeare said “Love looks not with the eyes but with the mind.” To find love, we must look wit the mind. To look with the mind, we have to train our mind to seek love and marriage.

The powerful mantras which we share with you on this page train your mind to look for love and marriage. They will bring powerful love, and a beautiful and lasting marriage.


How mantras for love and marriage work

When there is love in our heart, only love will come out. —Radhanath Swami

Your thoughts and intentions affect your subconscious mind on a daily basis. Every thought you have goes into your subconscious mind and contributes towards your moods and your beliefs. This is really how most religions work, scientifically speaking anyway. Religions work by leading you to create certain beliefs which then affect your subconscious mind.

So, for example, let’s say that you believe that you are never going to find love. That belief is inside your subconscious mind. Because you belief you will not find love, you close your eyes to love. Should a man or woman show you affection, you will likely put it down to ulterior motives, rather than genuine affection, because you do not believe in love.

The key, then, is to change your beliefs and thereby change your subconscious mind. Once you have done this you will come to perceive the world differently. For instance, if you come to believe that the world is full of love, you will then see a world full of love. And once you see a world full of love, you will find love.

If this seems a little fantastical, simply consider the amount of times that people, companies, religions and other groups use “mantras”:

  • All religions use mantras or prayers (virtually the same thing) to create belief.
  • Companies use slogans which become mantras. For instance, “I’m loving it” for McDonalds. how many times have you seen that ad? Thousands. McDonalds know that the slogan will become a subconscious belief if they show you it enough times. All companies use the same technique.
  • Countries use songs during times of war. The same songs are heard over and over because they affect the subconscious mind. This creates loyalty and passion.
  • And on and on and on.


So, how can you use mantras for love and marriage? Simple. We’ll show you how on the next page.


On the coming pages we’ll look at mantra for love and marriage from various religions. But first up, let’s look at a few basic mantras in English.

Basic English mantras for Love and Marriage

Three special English mantras for love. . . 

  1.  I am accepting and grateful for the affection of others
  2. My world is a world of love
  3. I welcome and embrace love into my life.




Krishna Mantra for Love

The Krishna mantra will attract love into your life.   


Om Namo Krishna Devaya Prema Rajya Vallabha Sarva Mangala Pradayaka Namah

Recite this mantra 41 times now and then come back once a day to repeat. This is said to bring love into your life.  This mantra should be chanted 41 times per sitting and consistently for two weeks.



The Loving Kindness Mantra

  • Love, of course,  is about more than just husband and wife. Love should, ideally, be shared between all people in the world (again, ideally. . . we can but hope).
  • One mantra which will open your heart to a general state of love for all is the loving kindness meditation.
  • Using the loving kindness meditation is simple. Just follows these steps:
  • Sit quietly with your eyes closed and allow yourself to relax
  • Bring one individual to mind. It might be a family member, friend or anyone else. 
  • Express loving kindness in a simple mantra. For instance “I extend love to (person’s name). May he / she have all the love, success and happiness in the world and the strength to overcome all burdens.”
  • Repeat this simple mantra for each person you know. This will make you feel a state of love inside yourself. 


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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

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