27 Mantras to Add to Your Morning Meditation

Starting your day with a morning meditation can set the tone for a peaceful and productive day ahead. Incorporating mantras, or positive affirmations, into your meditation practice can be a powerful way to focus your mind, release tension in the body, and connect with your spirit.

Here are 27 mantras for your mind, body and spirit to try with your morning meditation:

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Mind

  1. “I am grateful.”
  2. “I am in control of my thoughts.”
  3. “I trust in my ability to handle whatever comes my way.”
  4. “I am proud of who I am and the progress I’ve made.”
  5. “I choose to see the good in every situation.”
  6. “I trust in my intuition and inner wisdom.”
  7. “I am open to new perspectives and ideas.”
  8. “I am capable of achieving my goals.”
  9. “I am open to learning and growth.”
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Body

  1. “I honor my body’s needs for rest and recovery.”
  2. “I am grateful for the ability to move and feel.”
  3. “I release any physical pain or discomfort.”
  4. “I nourish my body with healthy food and movement.”
  5. “I am grateful for the health and strength of my body.”
  6. “I release tension and relax into the present moment.”
  7. “I honor and respect my physical boundaries.”
  8. “I am proud of my body and all it can do.”
  9. “I am grateful for my health and well-being.”
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Spirit

  1. “I am connected to something greater than myself.”
  2. “I radiate love and positivity to those around me.”
  3. “I trust in the journey of my soul.”
  4. “I am open to receiving guidance and inspiration.”
  5. “I am grateful for the blessings in my life.”
  6. “I trust the universe has a plan for me.”
  7. “I am grateful for the love and support in my life.”
  8. “I am open to experiencing joy and wonder.”
  9. “I am at one with the present moment.”

These mantras can be used as a guide during morning meditation to focus the mind, release tension in the body, and connect with the spirit. Repeat each mantra silently to yourself as you focus on your breath, and allow yourself to be present in the moment. Remember, the power of a mantra lies in its repetition, so choose one or a few that resonate with you and repeat them daily. Happy meditating!

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