Mantras you must chant for good health and a sound mind

Mantras you must chant for good health and a sound mind

At a time when medical professionals across the globe are making earnest attempts to find a solution to the coronavirus scare, one can only hope and pray that the menace ends soon. This disease has no antidote, and hence, it is imperative people stay indoors to cut the chain and prevent community transmission. As science works round the clock to come up with a vaccine to fight the COVID-19 virus, divine intervention alone can help people calm their minds. Read on to know what mantras you can chant during this hour of need.


Pranava Mantra
Repeated chanting of OM alone has incredible healing powers. You may take a deep breath and recite this mantra, hold for a few seconds and exhale as you complete uttering it ones. You may continue to chant it 108 times.


The Dhanvantri Mantra
Lord Dhanvantri is believed to be God of Ayurveda (medicines) in Hinduism. He emerged from the ocean bed during the Samudra Manthan (churning of the sea) of the Kshirasagara (cosmic ocean). For the unversed, the Gods (Devas) and the demons (Asuras) once took part in a tug of war to extract Amrita (divine nectar) from the ocean bed. First came the Halalala (poison), followed by the emergence of Dhanvantri, who held a Kalash (pot) filled with Amrit (elixir).


Om Namo Bhagavate Vasudevaya Dhanvantraye

Amrita Kalasha Hastaya, Sarva Maya Vinashanaya

Trailoka Nathaya, Shri Mahavishnave Namah

Mahamrityunjay Mantra
The Mahamrityunjay mantra dedicated to Lord Shiva, wards of all kinds of threat to life. The person chanting this mantra can pray for his/her well-being as well as for others. According to a legend associated with this mantra, Lord Shiva saved a devotee named Markandeya from the jaws of death. The little boy chanted this mantra as he embraced the Shiva Linga when Yamraj had appeared.


Om Trayambakam Yajamahe Sugandhim Pushtivardhanam

Uruvarukamiva Bandhanaan Mrityormukshiya Maamritaat

Faith alone can help us overcome testing times. Faith gives birth to hope, and hope makes one feel optimistic. 

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