Calling to God through song and prayer is a ritual that traces back to the beginnings of spiritual history. In most religious texts, it is believed that singing songs of praise somehow gets us on God’s “good side” so that He will bless us and answer all of our prayers. But as Raymond Holliwell perfectly says, “The singing of songs or blowing of trumpets does not bring the results you pray for; nor do you gain favor with God because of it. The effect of your efforts does not influence God in any sense, but it does influence you.

The trick to getting your prayers answered is to transform your own mind. 

Research has proven our thoughts create our reality. So if you want to change your reality, change your mind. One of the easiest ways to do this is through mantra. The simple definition of mantra is tool of thought. Use the Kali mantra below as tools to manifest your deepest dreams and desires. Set a clear intention, repeat it daily for three minutes, and watch the blessings unfold.

Although these Sanskrit mantras are Hindu in origin, it does not matter what religion you identify with. Mantra simply means “tool of thought,” so set a strong intention and watch the magic happen.

Lyrics: “Kali Durge Namo Namah”

Meaning: This chant calls to Hindu Goddesses Kali and Durga. They are known to protect you from evil and help to powerfully remove and cut through negative forces. We all have a habit, relationship, or situation that is no longer serving us. Think of something you need to let go of and allow this mantra to release anything that is not aligned with your greatest truth.