The mystical energy of mantras is as intact today as it was thousands of years ago. All we need to know is how to invoke a mantra. And, this is exactly what our provision is about.
Chanting a mantra while preparing food is an easy and uplifting way to enhance the healing energy of a meal. Our vibration goes into food: the emotion and intention we feel while cooking affects how the meal is experienced. Mantra chanting raises the vibration and brings more Parana (life force) to our food.
With the ever-increasing focus on eating fresh, organic, and local, we all want to get the most from the food we eat. By chanting a mantra while cooking or preparing food, we step it up even more. We sing peace and inspiration right into our food.
Vedas taught us about cooking, “Use whatever you have, and chant while you prepare the food.” Whether it is a simple meal or an elaborate feast, food cooked with love always tastes better.
Food mantra can be used while cooking or preparing food. If we are what we eat, then we just need to consider what vibration it is that we want to eat today.
We love to chant Brahmarpaña? to express love in our heart while we prepare flour and food for our customers. Chanting Hanuman Stotra is helpful for redirecting the negative thoughts out and uplifting the Good energy we put into the meal. Using Maha Mrityunjaya Mantra “puts good energy in the food to keep up.”
Blessing our food – giving thanks – is also an important piece of healthy, balanced eating. Food can make us full but it is a much deeper level of satiation when we live in gratitude for what we have. Putting the intention of gratitude into the food we eat is a blessing for all who have participated in the process: the sun, rain, and earth that grew the plants, the hands that helped prepare and distribute the ingredients, those that lovingly prepared the meal, and the lucky ones who get to enjoy it. It is an honoring of the food and the sacred vessel that it feeds. Vibration is sometimes subtle but it is real. Feed yourself and your loved ones the best. Feed them mantra!