1. Lakshmi Gayatri

Om Mahalakshmyai cha vidmahe Vishnu patnyai cha dhimahi Tanno Lakshmi prachodayat
Om, Let me meditate on the greatest goddess,
Who is the wife of Lord Vishnu, Give me higher intellect,
And let Goddess Lakshmi illuminate my mind.

Om sri maha Lakshmiaye namaha
I bow to the great mother lakshmi

In both these mantras, lakshmi grants the boons of abundance, grace, beauty and wisdom, Lakshmi is the energy that brings a seed to fruition and Lakshmi will only go where there is beauty and peace.

2. Sky Mantra

Om Lingastakam Needum Punyam YahPatay Shiva Sani Dhow Shivaloka Mavapnotee Shivena Sahamo Gatay
Open up to the sky and its vastness, feel the power of the element of air within you, the mystery of shiva and his ever present knowledge. Chanting the sky mantra promotes peace and healing

3. Loka Samasta

Loka Samasta Sukinoh Bavantu
May all beings be happy

4. Gopala Gopala

Gopala, Gopala, Devakinandana Gopala Devakinandana Gopala Devakinandana Gopala Jay Radhe Radhe Radhe Krishna Hare Jai Krishna Hare
Hare Krishna Hare Krishna Krishna Krishna Hare Hare, Hare Rama Hare Rama Rama Rama Hare Hare

We celebrate Gopala, the cow herder, the aspect of Krishna that protects and serves and we honor the love filled Krishna who dances with his beloved Gopis, each one an aspect of our own desires and passions.

5. Satyam Gyanam

Satyam, Gnanam, Anandam, Brahmam

Truth, wisdom, bliss and the changeless ocean of ultimate reality
May I be this, may I know myself as this

6. Hey Ma Durga

Om Dum Dum Dum Durga-eh Namaha Om Dum Dum Dum Durga-eh Namaha
Hey Ma Lakshmi Hey Saraswati Hey Mata Kali Jagadambe Jai Jai Ma

Durga is the great protector and the fierce warrior. She has the strength to conquer our inner demons and removes any obstacles to knowing the SELF. She is celebrated as the great Mother in the form of Lakshmi, Saraswati and Kali.

7. Shiva Shambo

Shiva Shiva Shiva Shambo Shiva Shiva Shiva Shambo Shiva Shiva Shiva Shambo
Maha Deva Shambo Maha Deva Shambo Maha Deva Shambo

We honor shiva, as the giver of plenty and the great light of knowledge

Shiva Shankara Namah Shivaya Girja Shankara Namah Shivaya Arunachela Shiva Namah Shivaya Om Namah Shivaya
I bow to Lord Shiva, bestower of good fortune, O Lord of Girija, Parvati’s Lord Shiva, O dweller on the peaks of Arunachal mountain!

Bhakti Ganesha
This chant has two parts- Aum Bhalachandraya Namaha- is in honor of the sacred nectar of wisdom which drips effortlessly from the third eye, the centre of inspiration, intuition and insight. When wisdom comes we feel ourselves as Shiva, who wears the crescent mooon on is forehead as a symbol of growth nectar and peace. The last part of the chant honors Ganesha as Ganapati- the leader of the Ganas- meaning hosts, multitude of troops or demi gods. Ganapati is said to appear to us in a multitude of forms. he is easily contacted and removes our obstacles when the time is right. Ganesha always hears our longings and grants our wishes

8. Show Me the Way

I know nothing about love
I haven’t learnt from you
Your grace your infinite patience
Leads me here to the mirror where I long to fall through
I am nothing without you
There is no turning of stars
Your prayer, your ever awareness
Is a stairway to the window where I sing to your heart

Show me, Show me, Show me the way
Show me, Show me, Show me the way

Guru Brahma Guru Vishnu
Guru Devo Maheshwara
Guru Sakshat Param Brahma
Tasmai Shri Gurave Namah

When my hands are outstretched
And my mind is outplayed
You can show me, you can show me the way

9. Hanuman Stotra

Manojavam Maaruta tuulya wegam Jitendriyam buddhimataam warishtam Vaataatmajam vaanara yuuta mukhyam Shree Raamaduutam sharanam prapadhye

“I pray to Hanuman who is swift as thought, who is stronger than the wind, who has mastered his senses, who is absolute among all intelligent beings, the son of the wind-god, the commander of the army of forest creatures, Let me find shelter in the Messenger of Lord Rama, the unrivalled Lord Hanuman. Please hear my prayers at your humble feet”

10. Hare Krishna

Krishna is ever playful and ever free

11. Om Namah Shivaya Reprise

In gratitude to shiva and to all the great teachers in his lineage

12. Jai Jai Hanuman

Jai Jai Hanuman, Bolo Sri Guru Hanuman, Bolo Sri Guru Hanuman Ji, Bolo Sri Guru Hanuman
Oh sweet Hanuman, we honor all your brave deeds and the light you have brought and wish you well on your journey.