Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine

Sanskrit Mantras for Self-Esteem

July 14, 2021 Jill Jardine Season 4 Episode 74
Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
Sanskrit Mantras for Self-Esteem
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Cosmic Scene with Jill Jardine
Sanskrit Mantras for Self-Esteem
Jul 14, 2021 Season 4 Episode 74
Jill Jardine

Jill Jardine, M.A. Counseling/Psychology, and certified Sanskrit Mantra instructor shares mantras to boost your self-esteem.  What is Self-Esteem?  In psychology, the term self-esteem is used to describe a person's overall sense of personal worth or value.

Self-esteem tends to be lowest in childhood and increases during adolescence, as well as adulthood, eventually reaching a stable level.  Self-esteem is important because it impacts your decision-making process, your relationships, your emotional health, and your overall well-being.  It also influences motivation.

There are many ways to boost our self-esteem such as identify and challenge any negative beliefs you may hold, build positive relationships and avoid negative ones, and take on challenges.  Self-esteem can be improved by identifying and amplifying the positive about yourself, becoming more assertive and saying, "No," improving physical health, and taking on challenges.

SANSKRIT MANTRAS for SELF-ESTEEM:

1) OM GATA VIDHYA-YA NAMAHA:
Ganesha Mantra to transcend fear, and thus feel more confident.

2) OM GATA VYA-THAAYA  NAMAHA:
Salutations to Lord Ganesha who is free from worries.

3)  OM GATA-YA NAMAHA:
Salutations to Ganesha principle which is free.

4)  OM EIM KLIM SAU SAU KLIM EIM
( Ohm I'm Kleem Saw Saw Kleem I'm)
Lalita mantra to make one feel attractive and empowered-bestows beauty and charm.
OM- Unites masculine and feminine currents at brow center
EIM - Seed sound of Saraswati, Goddess of speech and creative wisdom, principle of Jnana, or spiritual knowledge
KLIM - Principle of attraction
SAU - Shakti activating sound as well as sound of one of the petals of the third eye chakra

5) OM PADMA SUNDAR-YEI NAMAHA
(Ohm Pahd-ma Soon-dar-yei Na-ma-ha)
Mantra to Lakshmi, Goddess of abundance and beauty which bestows beauty and makes one feel attractive and thus boosts self-esteem.

6)  OM EIM HRIM KLIM CHAMUNDAYEI VICCHE NAHAMA
(Ohm I'm Hreem Kleem Chah-moon-da-yei Vee-chay Na-ma-ha)
Om & Salutations to she who is radiant with power and wisdom. For proactive protection and destructive of negative forces or entities.
Powerful mantra to Goddess Durga in her Chahmundi form to produce tangible power and wisdom to use it properly. Produces self-confidence and self-esteem springing from contact with the Great Feminine.
OM- Seed of unity of feminine and masculine principles at brow center
EIM - Seed for Saraswati principle, who presides over sound, the arts and science, both spiritual and material
HRIM - Seed sound for dissolving appearance of reality
KLIM - Principle of attraction
CHAHMUNDAI - a beautiful aspect of the feminine that can be utterly destructive to a wide variety of negative forces.
YEI- Shakti activating sound
VICCHE- activates the power of the mantra in several chakras at once.  Form of the Sanskrit word "Vijay" meaning victory.
NAMAHA- Salutations

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Show Notes

Jill Jardine, M.A. Counseling/Psychology, and certified Sanskrit Mantra instructor shares mantras to boost your self-esteem.  What is Self-Esteem?  In psychology, the term self-esteem is used to describe a person's overall sense of personal worth or value.

Self-esteem tends to be lowest in childhood and increases during adolescence, as well as adulthood, eventually reaching a stable level.  Self-esteem is important because it impacts your decision-making process, your relationships, your emotional health, and your overall well-being.  It also influences motivation.

There are many ways to boost our self-esteem such as identify and challenge any negative beliefs you may hold, build positive relationships and avoid negative ones, and take on challenges.  Self-esteem can be improved by identifying and amplifying the positive about yourself, becoming more assertive and saying, "No," improving physical health, and taking on challenges.

SANSKRIT MANTRAS for SELF-ESTEEM:

1) OM GATA VIDHYA-YA NAMAHA:
Ganesha Mantra to transcend fear, and thus feel more confident.

2) OM GATA VYA-THAAYA  NAMAHA:
Salutations to Lord Ganesha who is free from worries.

3)  OM GATA-YA NAMAHA:
Salutations to Ganesha principle which is free.

4)  OM EIM KLIM SAU SAU KLIM EIM
( Ohm I'm Kleem Saw Saw Kleem I'm)
Lalita mantra to make one feel attractive and empowered-bestows beauty and charm.
OM- Unites masculine and feminine currents at brow center
EIM - Seed sound of Saraswati, Goddess of speech and creative wisdom, principle of Jnana, or spiritual knowledge
KLIM - Principle of attraction
SAU - Shakti activating sound as well as sound of one of the petals of the third eye chakra

5) OM PADMA SUNDAR-YEI NAMAHA
(Ohm Pahd-ma Soon-dar-yei Na-ma-ha)
Mantra to Lakshmi, Goddess of abundance and beauty which bestows beauty and makes one feel attractive and thus boosts self-esteem.

6)  OM EIM HRIM KLIM CHAMUNDAYEI VICCHE NAHAMA
(Ohm I'm Hreem Kleem Chah-moon-da-yei Vee-chay Na-ma-ha)
Om & Salutations to she who is radiant with power and wisdom. For proactive protection and destructive of negative forces or entities.
Powerful mantra to Goddess Durga in her Chahmundi form to produce tangible power and wisdom to use it properly. Produces self-confidence and self-esteem springing from contact with the Great Feminine.
OM- Seed of unity of feminine and masculine principles at brow center
EIM - Seed for Saraswati principle, who presides over sound, the arts and science, both spiritual and material
HRIM - Seed sound for dissolving appearance of reality
KLIM - Principle of attraction
CHAHMUNDAI - a beautiful aspect of the feminine that can be utterly destructive to a wide variety of negative forces.
YEI- Shakti activating sound
VICCHE- activates the power of the mantra in several chakras at once.  Form of the Sanskrit word "Vijay" meaning victory.
NAMAHA- Salutations

www.jilljardineastrology.com