Have you ever heard of mantras?

Have you ever heard of mantras?

Originally the term “mantra”Comes from Sanskrit, used in Hinduism and Buddhism to designate a phrase repeated frequently during meditation.

Mantra: Sacred formula with spiritual power.


Have you ever heard of Mantras?

Whether the answer is yes or no, these phrases that we hear over and over in our heads are part of everyone's life!

It may or may not be conscious, but these phrases go round so often in our thoughts that we are convinced of it, and it has a great influence on our way of being and our decisions ...

Maybe you are lucky enough to have only positive mantras: My life is beautiful, I am a winner…? Unfortunately, very often we hear and repeat much more negative sentences: I'm not beautiful. Nothing works for me. I don't have the skills ...

What if we reverse the trend? If we made disappear these sentences which weaken us, to replace them by positive affirmations and/or mantras which willcourager, help us regain self-confidence, to feel less stressed? Phrases that would simply make us happy?

Mantras, like positive affirmations, are a powerful therapeutic tool.

Among other things, repeating a mantra helps calm the mind by promoting concentration and reducing distractions, thus blocking stress and negative feelings thanks to the endorphin released.

In other words, a mantra naturally puts you in a more positive state of mind!

What if the secret to achieving your best was a mantra at your fingertips? A positive message sent to your mind to direct your thoughts towards joy, success. We tend to believe what we say out loud; and because our mind is in line with our words.

It is almost impossible to shout " I feel fantastic! And to be depressed at the same time, or to doubt ourselves when our mantra reminds us all day: Crois en toi, La vie est belle, All I need is within me !

You can use mantras or positive affirmations throughout the day, as a constant reminder, to motivate yourself to change or not to give up, or in specific situations where you feel you need it. The key is to find the mantra (s) that speak to you, have meaning for you, and which will have a real positive impact on a daily basis.

Here are a few examples: I have a dream. Just smile. Make today count...

The next step will be to always keep them in mind, or at hand, and repeat them to yourself to convince yourself. So memorize the most important to you, and keep them close to you: why not always have them on your wrist, on a bracelet that will remind you of who you want to be, and what you want to accomplish?

Be the engine of your own change, to turn the page on a nouveau chapitre of your life. A chapter in which the negative no longer has its place, in which you live the best of yourself.

So… what is your Mantra?

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  • I discovered positive affirmations after a very long period of depression and it helped me tremendously! I am rather in favor of the least effort so everything that is Yoga or meditation is not for me. But there, just repeating one or more positive affirmations several times a day, it's within my reach! :-)
    Now i wear the bracelets Orange Amour and it's even simpler, as soon as I see my wrist, it feels like a reminder and I recite my affirmations or mantras aloud to myself! That's great !
    Frankly, I advise everyone to do it, it's not binding, it's simple, fast and efficient!
    Apparently, for it to be even more effective, it suffices to repeat the same statements to yourself for at least 21 days, after which the brain automatically reprograms itself… But I'm not an expert.
    * There are plenty of videos on positive affirmations on Youtube… well worth checking out! ;-)

    Lawrence the
  • I find myself so in your article! Before I thought negatively, I couldn't say positive things to myself. And then one day I got fed up, and I changed. Well of course not all at once, it's not easy XD
    But little by little And I find it a great idea to keep your mantra on a bracelet! And what's more, it's for a good cause. I will crack and take one I feel :)

    Anne the
  • I totally agree with your opinion on mantras! They have such an influence on our mind that we have to choose the right ones. It can have a real impact on our way of seeing life, our mood etc.
    Too often we repeat negative things to ourselves, we have to have confidence in ourselves, and dare to say to ourselves "I am beautiful", "I can do it", "I am the best".
    My mantra? "Trust yourself, you can do it" "

    Elijah the

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