A Mantra Meditation List That You Can Use Now

One of the key aspects of Mantra Meditation is the mantra given by the teacher to the student. This mantra is a word or phrase which will be continuously repeated in order to create the meditative state where the student is able to transcend the limitations of the mind.

Mantras In Meditation

 In Mantra Meditation the mantra given to the student will vary according to a number of different factors. Included among these are the year in which the student was born and in some cases their gender. The year in which the teacher was trained will also affect the mantra provided. The teacher will have been given a list of mantas to use and this list varies depending on which year they received their instruction.

 Selecting The Right Mantra For You

 Below you will find a list of over 50 mantras that you can use in your Mantra Meditation practice. As you will see you have a range of mantras that you can choose from according to your age and gender. When selecting a mantra you should select one which is easy for you to use and remember. The mantra should resonate with you and create the sensations and state that you desire. Finally the mantra should feel effortless to repeat so that you can lose your sense of self in its repetition.

 How Mantras Work

 While mantra meditation is a spriritual practice the science of how mantras work is actually well known to us. Firstly mantras provide a point of focus. By having a word or phrase that we can center our attention on we are able to free ourselves from the constant internal chatter that is going on in our mind.

 Mantras also have different vibrational qualities. This is why a unique mantra is selected for each student. By intoning a specific sound we can create that same vibrational quality in our body. For example the vibrational quality produced by the words “love” and “hate” are very different. If you speak these two words to yourself you will be able to feel the difference in the internal sensation that they create. Using specific mantra’s we produce the positive energy that we desire.

We will start with the most famous mantra of them all:

OM Mantra  also know as AUM

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Complete List Of 50+  Meditation Mantras

Mantra’s Used By Teachers Trained in 1961

#1 Mantra for male students – Ram

#2 Mantra for female students – Shiram

Mantra: Shanti Mantra

Mantras Used By Teachers Trained in 1969

#3 Mantra for male students aged 0 – 15 years old – Ing

#4 Mantra for male students aged 15 – 30 years old – Aing

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#5 Mantra for male students aged 30 – 45 years old – Shring

#6 Mantra for male students aged 46+ years old – Shiam

 #7 Mantra for female students aged 0 – 15 years old – Im

#8 Mantra for female students aged 15 – 30 years old – Aim

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#9 Mantra for female students aged 30 – 45 years old – Shrim  

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#10 Mantra for female students aged 46+ years old – Shiama

Another form of OM

Mantra: Om Gum Ganapatayei Namah

Mantras Used By Teachers Trained In 1972

 #11 Mantra for students aged 10 – 11 – Ing

#12 Mantra for students aged 12 – 13 – Im

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#13 Mantra for students aged 14 – 15 – Inga

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#14 Mantra for students aged 16 – 17 – Ima

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#15 Mantra for students aged 18 – 19 – Aying

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#16 Mantra for students aged 20 – 21 – Ayim

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#17 Mantra for students aged 22 – 23 – Ayinga

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#18 Mantra for students aged 24 – 25 – Ayima

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#19 Mantra for students aged 25 + – Shiring

Mantras Used By Teachers Trained in 1976

#20 Mantra for students aged 3 – 10 years old – Eng

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#21 Mantra for students aged 10 – 12 years old – Em

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#22 Mantra for students aged 12 – 14 years old – Enga

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#23 Mantra for students aged 14 – 16 years old – Ema

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#24 Mantra for students aged 16 – 18 years old – Aeng

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#25 Mantra for students aged 18 – 20 years old – Aem

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#26 Mantra for students aged 20 – 22 years old – Aenga

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#27 Mantra for students aged 22 – 24 years old – Aema

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#28 Mantra for students aged 24 – 30 years old – Shiring

#29 Mantra for students aged 30 – 35 years old – Shirim

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#30 Mantra for students aged 35 – 40 years old – Hiring

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#31 Mantra for students aged 40 – 45 years old – Hirim

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#32 Mantra for students aged 45 – 50 years old – Kiring

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#33 Mantra for students aged 50 – 55 years old – Kirim

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#34 Mantra for students aged 55 – 60 years old – Shiam

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#35 Mantra for students aged 60+ years old – Shiama

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Mantras Used By Teachers Trained in 1987 to Present day

 #36 Mantra for students aged 0 – 11 years old – Eng

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#37 Mantra for students aged 12 – 13 years old – Em

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#38 Mantra for students aged 14 – 15 years old – Enga

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#39 Mantra for students aged 16 – 17 years old – Ema

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#40 Mantra for students aged 18 – 19 years old – Aing

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#41 Mantra for students aged 20 – 21 years old – Aim

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#42 Mantra for students aged 22 – 23 years old – Ainga

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#43 Mantra for students aged 24 – 25 years old – Aima

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#44 Mantra for students aged 26 – 29 years old – Shiring

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#45 Mantra for students aged 30 – 34 years old – Shirim 

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#46 Mantra for students aged 35 – 39 years old – Hiring

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#47 Mantra for students aged 40 – 44 years old – Hirim

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#48 Mantra for students aged 45 – 49 years old – Kiring

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#49 Mantra for students aged 50 – 54 years old – Kirim

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#50 Mantra for students aged 55 – 59 years old – Sham

#51 Mantra for students aged 60+ years old – Shama

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Bonus 

Tibetan Buddhism Mantra

Amitabha Mantra

OM AMI DEWA HRIH

Help overcome all obstacles

 Green Tara Mantra

OM TARE TUTTARE TURE SOHA

Help overcome physical, mental or emotional blockages and also blockages in relationships

Finally, remember that in mantra meditation the student is instructed never to speak their mantra to anyone else. Once you have found a mantra that resonates with you, keep that mantra to yourself and allow it to guide you to a state of higher consciousness.

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  • don

    cool, my matra is on here but why is it listed under age 30? am 36

  • Stella Natum

    Thank you so much for making the list available for us and uploading the instructive video. Best wishes:)

  • Tatyana Reznik

    Hi! How would I correctly pronounce Hirim?

  • Dave Grant

    I got a TM mantra from a qualified TM teacher. But your pronunciation for my mantra is different than what I was taught. And I’m assuming correct pronunciation is important.

  • Silver Wiccan

    Oh my gosh…

    This is, wow. So I was looking for a mantra, and I am fifteen. And Enga popped out to me. I had SO hard a time finding the definition of the word. Finally I found what the meaning of the name is (as in if you were named Enga) and it was totally me. THANK YOU SO MUCH

    “You are fine when in harmony but changeable when in discord, because many of your best qualities are then reversed. You are entertaining but may be impulsive. Freedom is a necessity, and you find it difficult to settle down. Your versatility results in many changes, and often brings travel. Your fine intellect is capable of high honors if applied seriously. You are capable of inspired thinking applied to material things. You can be restless, changeable, and very sexy.You have an eventful, exciting life. You are versatile and have the ability to learn easily. you desire to inspire and lead, to control other’s affairs. You are giving, courageous and bold, action oriented,energetic and strong willed. You want to make a difference in the world, and this attitude often attracts you to cultural interests, politics, social issues, and the cultivation of your creative talents.”

    Namaste

    -Silver