Mantras for Joy for the New Year

ॐ नमः शिवाय शम्भू शङ्कर

Om Namaha Shivaaya Shambhuu Shangkara

As Sung: Om Namah Shivaya Shambho Shankara

Om, I invoke Shiva [Gracious/Auspicious One], Formless Joy, Beneficent One

लोकाः समस्ताः सुखिनो भवन्तु

Lokaah Samastaha Sukhino Bhavantu

May all beings everywhere be joyful!

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12 Responses to Mantras for Joy for the New Year

  1. Oh I love a good mantra ❤ Happy 2015~ I bet it is a great year for you sister.

  2. dilip says:

    A beautiful way to greet the New Year with powerful Mantras. My favorites are Krishna Das, Bhagavan Das and Jahanavi Harrison’s (Koi bole Ram Ram …). Also David Newman’s Stay Strong.
    Frankly I was not aware of these American Kirtan-kaars till some angel posted one video of Bhagvan Das in my blog post (Wisdom in Traveling Light) 🙂
    The Mrityunjaya mantra is an extremely powerful mantra and its regular chanting makes us very strong and removes obstacles such as depression etc.

    Wish you a happy New Year Julianne! Hari Om!

  3. Theresa says:

    Blessings in the New Year…

  4. mahasadhu says:

    Have a wonderful year! I just love Krishna Das’ chanting!

  5. speedyrabbit says:

    Happy New Year!xx Rachel and Speedy

  6. Lovely, Happy New Year, Julianne!

  7. Happy New Year, 2015, Julie!

    This Krishna Das song is actually one of my favorites. A couple of years ago I was into blasting it like rock music! ❤ I just had it on a loop. I love it! Thanks for reminding me about it!

  8. Aggie says:

    A joyous new year to you!

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