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Mantras and Power Names of GOD That Can Also Be Used in Your Classes

Written by Dr Joshua David Stone, Posted in Ascension Classes 

Mantras and Power Names of GOD That Can Also Be Used in Your Classes

The following list of mantras and power names of GOD I have placed in this book so you, my beloved readers, can have easy access to them, and can utilize this material in your classes if you like. Chanting or repeating the names of GOD is one of the most powerful tools of spiritual growth and spiritual attunement that is available to us. I have enclosed the names of GOD, mantras and words of power of all religions for you to use at your discretion.

Mantras from the Mystical Jewish Tradition

1. Elohim (This is the Divine Mother aspect of GOD; it means All that GOD Is. In my personal opinion, this is one of the most powerful mantras there is.)

2. Yod Hay Vod Hay or Yod Hay Wah Hay (This is the Divine Father aspect of GOD; it could also be chanted using Christian terminology: Jehovah.)

3. Adonai (This is the Earth aspect of GOD; in the Kabbalah it means Lord.)

4. Eh Hay Eh (This is the I Am. Another version that may be even more powerful is

444. Ehyeh Asher Ehyeh which means I Am that I Am. This was the name given to Moses by GOD when he spoke to the burning bush.)

5. YHWH (This is the living, revealed name of GOD behind all the creator gods.)

6. El Shaddai (GOD Almighty)

7. Ha Shem (the name; or Baruch Ha Shem, meaning Blessed is the Name)

8. Shekinah (Holy Spirit)

9. El Eliyon (The Most High GOD)

10. Sh’Mah Yisrael Adonai Elohainu Adonai Chad (Hear, oh Israel! The Lord our GOD, the Lord is One!)

11. Barukh Ata Adonai (Blessed is the Lord)

12. Qadosh, Qadosh, Qadosh, Adonai Tzeba’oth (Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord GOD of Hosts)

13. Eli Eli (My GOD, My GOD)

14. Ruach Elohim (Spirit of the GODHEAD)

15. Ribono Shel Olam (Lord of the Universe)

16. Shekinah Ruach Ha Quodesh (Divine Presence of the Holy Spirit)

17. Ain Sof Ur (Limitless Light of the Absolute)

18. Layoo-esh Shekinah (Pillar of Light of the Holy Spirit)

19. Ehyeh Metatron (I Am Metatron. Metatron is an Archangel who is the representative of GOD in the outer universe; often called the Garment of Shaddai; the visible manifestation of deity and creator of the outer worlds; creator of the electron.)

20. Yahweh Elohim (Divine Lords of Light and Learning)

21. Yeshua Michael (Jesus and Archangel Michael)

22. Shaddai El Chai (the Almighty Living GOD)

23. Adonai H’artez (Lord of the Earth)

24. Moshe Yeshua Eliahu (Moses, Jesus and Elijah)

25. Shalom (Peace)

26. Hyos Ha Koidesh (Highest Servants of the Ancient Days)

27. Esta Lior ( 

Hindu Mantras

1. Aum or Om (the mother of all mantras)

2. Brahma, Vishnu, Shiva (the Hindu trinity; Creator, Preserver, and Destroyer)

3. So Ham (I Am He or I Am the Self. This is the mantra of Sai Baba and Baba Muktananda. It is the sound as GOD listens to the breath of humans. At night while humans sleep the sound becomes Aum, according to Sai Baba. Say this mantra in accordance with your breath: when you breathe in, say “So,” when you breathe out, say “Ham.” Let the breath lead the meditation and mantra; say the mantra however the breath wants to move.)

4. The Gayatri Mantra (This is the holiest mantra of the Hindu religion. It is the equivalent of the Lord’s Prayer in Christianity.)

Bhur Bhuvah svah,
Tat-savitur varenyam
Bhargo devasya dhimahi
Dhiyo yo na pracodayat.

bhur(h) Earth (body)
bhuvah atmosphere (breath)
svah heavens (cosmic mind)
tat-savituh(r) of that source
varenyam sacred (to be revered)
bhargo(gah) light
devasya effulgent, radiant
dhimahi we meditate on
dhiyo(yal) our thoughts
yo(yah) which
na our
pracodayat should propel, urge, direct
Om Earth, atmosphere, heavens,
We meditate on the sacred light of that
effulgent source which should direct (be the
impulse for) our thoughts.

5. Sai Baba or Sai Ram or Om Sri Sai Ram (these will attract Sathya Sai Baba)

6. Hare Krishna, Hare Krishna, Krishna, Krishna, Hare, Hare.

Hare Rama, Hare Rama, Rama, Rama, Hare Hare.

(Hail to Krishna, Hail to Krishna, Krishna, Krishna, Hail, Hail. Hail to Rama, Hail to Rama, Rama, Rama, Hail, Hail.

This is the Hare Krishna chant. It is used to disperse the negativity that covers our true nature.)

7. Om Namah Shivaya (This invokes the Supreme Guru who is the Self of all. This is the mantra of Baba Muktananda and Swami Sivananda.)

8. Om Sri Dattatreya Namaha (Om, Honor the name of Dattatreya; Dattatreya is the incarnation of Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva living in the same body. Sai Baba has said he is the incarnation of the Lord Dattatreya.)

9. Om Shanti (Mantra of Peace)

10. Om Tat Sat (Thou art the Inexpressible Absolute Reality)

11. Hari Om Tat Sat (Om, the Divine Absolute Reality)

12. Hari Om (This is a healing mantra; Hari is a name for Vishnu, the healing aspect of Lord Krishna.)

13. Om Sri Rama Jaya Rama Jaya Jaya Rama (Victory for the Spiritual Self)

14. Yesu Christu (Jesus Christ, in Hindu)

15. Rama (a name of GOD: He who fills us with abiding joy)

16. Krishna (a name of GOD: He who draws us to Him)

17. Tat Twam Asi (That and This of One)

18. Hong Sau (I Am He or I Am the Self; this mantra is done following the breath in the same manner as the So Ham and Ham Sa mantras are done. This was Paramahansa Yogananda’s mantra.)

19. Lam (first chakra)

20. Vam (second chakra)

21. Ram (third chakra)

22. Yam (fourth chakra)

23. Ham (fifth chakra)

24. Om (sixth chakra)

25. Aum (seventh chakra)

26. Sat Nam (mantra of the Sikhs and of Guru Nanak)

27. Eck Ong Kar Sat Nam Siri Wha Guru (The Supreme is One, His Names are Many)

28. Sivo Ham (I Am Shiva)

29. Aham Brahmasmi (I Am Brahman or I Am GOD)

30. Om Ram Ramaya Namaha (O Lord Ram, I Bow Down To You)


Islamic Mantras

1. Allahu Akbar (GOD is Great)

2. Bismillah Al-Rahman, Al-Rahim (In the name of Allah, the Compassionate, the Merciful)

3. Ya-Rahman (GOD, the Beneficent)

4. Ya-Salaam (The Source of Peace)

5. Ya-Mutakabir (GOD, the Majestic)

6. Ya-Ghaffar (GOD, the forgiver)

7. Ya-Fattah (GOD, the Opener)

8. Ya-Hafiz (GOD, the Preserver)

9. Ya-Sabur (GOD, the Patient)


Western Mantras

1. I Am that I Am

2. I Am GOD

3. I Am

4. I Will

5. I Love

6. Be Still and Know I Am GOD

7. Areeeooommm (Edgar Cayce’s Mantra of Universal Mind)


Egyptian Mantras

1. Nuk-Pu-Nuk (I Am He I Am)

2. Au-U Ur-Se-Ur Au-U (I Am the Great One, Son of the Great One, I Am)

3. Ra (Egyptian Sun God)

4. Ra-Neter-Atef-Nefer (The Divine God, Ra is Gracious)

5. Nefer-Neter-Wed-Neh (The Perfect God Grants Life)

6. Osiris

7. Isis

8. Erta-Na-Hekau-Apen-Ast (pronounced Err-Tai No

Che-kah-oo O-pen Ost) (May I be given the words of power of Isis)

9. Heru-Udjat (Eye of Horus)


Christian Mantras

1. Jesus Christ (This is one of the most powerful mantras you can possibly say.)

2. GOD, Christ, Holy Spirit

3. The Lord’s Prayer:

Our Father, Who art in heaven, Hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom Come, Thy Will be done on Earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread, and forgive us our debts as we forgive our debtors. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. For Thine is the Kingdom and the Power and the Glory, for ever. Amen

4. Ave Maria (Hail Mary)

5. Hail Mary, Full of Grace! The Lord is with Thee. Blessed are Thou amongst women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of GOD, Pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death.


Word Mantras

Peace, Joy, Love, Equilibrium, Personal Power, Forgiveness, Humility, Humbleness, Even-Mindedness, Balance, Centeredness, Bliss, Compassion, Service, Good Will, Altruism, Loving Kindness, Oneness



The Tibetan Foundation Chakra Mantras

O (First Chakra)

Shu (Second Chakra; pronounced shuck)

Ya (Third Chakra)

Wa (Fourth Chakra; pronounced yawn)

He (Fifth Chakra)

Hu (Sixth Chakra; pronounced hue)

I (Seventh chakra)


Buddhist Mantras

1. Om Mani Padme Hum (the Jewel (of compassion) in the Lotus (of the heart); one of the most powerful mantras in use in the world today)

2. Om Ah Hum (Come toward me, Om)

3. Padme Siddhi Hum (Come to me, O Lotus Power)

4. Buddha

5. Quan Yin, Avalokitesvara, Chenrazee





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