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108 Aham-Prema: Chanting Practice

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Bradley T. Morris
Meditation Guide, Author, Creator, Coach
Aham-Prema means “I am divine love” in Sanskrit. This practice will bring you into a deep space of self-love and acceptance. Be aware though, sometimes this powerful mantra brings up all that is not divine love and self-acceptance, so if "stuff comes up" while chanting it, soften your body, open your heart and surround it all with love.
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In the beginning of this chanting meditation I had resistance to the point of having to stop at 10 minute mark. After I observed myself for a moment I continued on with a open heart. I am so grateful for the wonderful experience of this meditation that I know I will continue to chant. 💯
Self love ❤️
Once again, I feel resistance to my self worth. I have to accept that in my moments of criticism and over thinking I will continue to cultivate self love. I am committed to try this chanting meditation for ten days to see how my inner child is doing.
at the beginning it seemed relaxing but when the guy started like “ahamprema” it was very creepy and not relaxing.
Distractions ARE the path
For some reason this particular session was rife with external distractions: pets uncharacteristically wild, noises, etc. I felt myself starting to get irritated and wanting to break from the session to change things, but his guidance to “soften to resistance“ made me realize that even the external forces at work were a form of resistance. So instead of changing things I just softened to them, realizing that distractions are not an impediment to progress, they are part of the progress. They ARE the path. This is a lovely session and I can’t wait to sit with more of Bradley’s meditations.
Kristen 🧘🏻‍♀️
A great way to start the morning. Favorited and downloaded. THANK YOU. 🙌🏻
Interesting mantra chant
I have chanted mantras before, but this session felt somewhat different probably because it was tuneful. “Singing” the mantra made breathing so much easier. Deepening breathing using the diaphragm seemed simpler thinking as singer.
For those with anxious hearts
I have always been described as “high strung” and have an anxious spirit. Recently I have been looking into meditation and chanting to help focus my mind. This session is a little on the long side and in my first time, I hit those resistance points but was able to breathe through them and refocus on the mantra. My faith background is Catholic and there was something in this chant that felt so comforting and grounding, similar to the feelings I have during mass. This was a great comfort and allowed me to fully embrace the mantra of His divine love and allow it into my heart ♥️
Divine Love
This meditation starts out with taking 10 full deep breaths to fully arrive in the present moment. To give thanks for this moment and count your blessings. Taking 2 deep breaths in, I chant the saying “Aham-Prema which means I am divine love. As I continued chanting this, I could feel love and light growing stronger in my heart radiating throughout my whole body. What an incredible feeling! As I continue throughout my day, I will approach everything with love. Thank you Bradley for taking me on an amazing journey this morning! 🙏❤️
Being of Love
Chanting is an ancient practice in many religions. Chanting can benefit us in many ways, such as improving cognition and combating depression as well as anxiety. In this amazing meditation, Bradley has us chant, Aham-Prema, which means ‘I Am Divine Love’ in Sanskrit, 108 times. Sitting with my legs crossed, my back supported and taking in some deep breaths, I had arrived. Following Bradley’s guidance, I took in a deep breath and began chanting, Aham-Prema twice. While chanting and vibrating my energy, I could feel layers, such as my insecurities and fears release and unravel much like new petals unraveling to expose a lotus flower in the morning sunlight. I remember having a somewhat uncomfortable feeling because by releasing my insecurities, my heart was exposed and vulnerable. But, it was in this uncomfortable feeling where I felt a transformation happen, as all of the sudden, my heart center was filled with this incredible light of love! Once I repeated this beautiful chant 108 times, I began to shape my breath by holding it for a time at the top of my inhale and at the end of my exhale. In those moments, there was stillness and just the sound of my own heartbeat. I began to smile as I could feel my heartbeat pump this light of love throughout my entire body, leaving me feeling flourished. Indeed, by the end of this transformational meditation, I had blossomed into this Being of pure love! Thank you Bradley for this awesome experience! I will definitely listen often. Namaste 🙏🏻❤️☮️ Backstory: I was intrigued to listen to this meditation for two reasons: first with my friend Julie’s wonderful reflection and second with hearing chanting while watching a show last night. It was in those moments that I knew I would listen to this meditation this morning. Thank you, my friend! I am grateful!
No sorry that voice
That voice for mantra is not good talking is ok but when the mantra started ...
Divine Love
Thank you Bradley for facilitating this meditation. The light of love at first engulfed me with a warm embrace, then grew more heated that I saw all my fears and worries melt away. In the end, all that was left was love, gratitude, and serenity. This is one mantra I will pray often with my Mala beads. Gassho and Namaste. 🙏🏻💕
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