Day two of the Spirit of Mantra meditation series celebrated Saraswati, who is the “Mother of Vedas.” She opens us to the power of music, education, artistic expression, and spiritual knowledge.
Deva Premal and Miten reminded us of the power of the spoken word. Once you say them, you can’t take them back. They reminded us to be careful of what we say and even what we think, so that we can live a much easier and peaceful life and contribute to the “happiness of all beings, within and without.”
This mantra is repeated 108 times.
Om Eim Saraswatyei Namaha
Salutations to Saraswati, the goddess of music, poetry, the arts, education, learning and divine speech.
By tuning into the essence of the great goddess of music and poetry, Saraswati, I open myself to the power of the sacred Sanskrit texts, which contain harmony and rhythm, enabling me to absorb them, effortlessly.
(Disclaimer: All images, mantras, meanings, and inner tunings are courtesy of The Spirit of Mantra.)
Older posts regarding my personal mantra meditation journey:
Day 1 – Invocation