Best Chanting Quotes On Success In Life

These chanting quotes will inspire you. Chanting says or shouts repeatedly in a singsong tone or sing or intone (a psalm, canticle, or sacred text).

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging chanting quotes, chanting sayings, and chanting proverbs.

Famous Chanting Quotes

  1. “You are a cosmic flower. Om chanting is the process of opening the psychic petals of that flower.” ~ Amit Ray
  2. “Chanting is a way of getting in touch with yourself. It’s an opening of the heart and letting go of the mind and thoughts. It deepens the channel of grace, and it’s a way of being present in the moment.” ~ Krishna Das
  3. “Chanting is a significant and mysterious practice. It is the highest nectar, a tonic that fully nourishes our inner being. Chanting opens the heart and makes love flow within us. It releases such intoxicating inner bliss and enthusiastic splendor, that simply through the nectar it generates, we can enter the abode of the Self.” ~ Swami Muktananda
  4. “Chanting opens the heart and makes love flow within us.” ~ Swami Muktananda

  5. “The response that comes from chanting is in the form of bliss, or spiritual happiness, which is a much higher taste than any happiness found here in the material world. That’s why I say that the more you do it, the more you don’t want to stop, because it feels so nice and peaceful.” ~ George Harrison
  6. “One of the main differences between silent meditation and chanting is that silent meditation is rather dependent on concentration, but when you chant, it’s more of a direct connection with God.” ~ George Harrison
  7. “All the ballparks and the big crowds have a certain mystique. You feel attached, permanently wedded to the sounds that ring out, to the fans chanting your name, even when there are only four or five thousand in the stands on a Wednesday afternoon.” ~ Mickey Mantle
  8. “Chanting just hits you and you want to be a part of it. That’s the point of this whole thing. That’s what cuts through all the ‘stuff’. You get lit up. You don’t have to know what it means.” ~ Krishna Das

  9. “This chanting of the Hare Krishna mantra is enacted from the spiritual platform and thus this sound vibration surpasses all lower strata of consciouness – namely sensual, mental and intellectual.” ~ A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
  10. “In chanting, one tries to find one’s own sound, literally, and then to go within that-to find the sounds within one’s own sound, to bring out that which is within, to go into, explore and discover oneself.” ~ Jill Purce
  11. “Aum is the most powerful of all mantras. It is good to chant Aum seven or more times before and after each meditation. Chanting “Aum” puts you in harmony with the vibration of Eternity. “Aum” opens the gateway to the infinite highway of light.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  12. “No man, however civilized, can listen for very long to African drumming, or Indian chanting, or Welsh hymn singing, and retain intact his critical and self-conscious personality.” ~ Aldous Huxley

  13. “Loving the Om (AUM) is loving yourself, your own Self. Om chanting is a creative art, not just mechanical repetition of a word.” ~ Amit Ray , Om chanting quotes
  14. “Suffer what there is to suffer, enjoy what there is to enjoy. Regard both suffering and joy as facts of life, and continue chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo, no matter what happens. How could this be anything other than the boundless joy of the Law?” ~ Nichiren
  15. “Food should be consumed while chanting your mantra inwardly. This will purify the food and the mind at the same time.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  16. “So I started chanting when I was nineteen, which was about twelve years ago, and it really had a huge impact on my outlook, happiness, and general creativity.” ~ Duncan Sheik

  17. “It is a good practice to write at least on page of mantra daily. Many people get better concentration by writing than by chanting. Try also to inculcate in children the habit of chanting and neatly writing the mantra. This will help to improve their handwriting, too. The book in which the mantra is written should not be thrown around; it should be carefully kept in our meditation or shrine room.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  18. “Mental purity will come through constant chanting of the divine name. This is the simplest way. You are trying to cross the ocean of transmigration, the cycle of birth and death. The mantra is the oar of the boat; it is the instrument you use to cross the samsara of your restless mind, with its unending thought waves. The mantra can also be compared to a ladder that you climb to reach the heights of God realization.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  19. “I got that idea from being in India. I always like the chanting.” ~ Ray Davies
  20. “The big political news, Arnold Schwarzenegger announced he’s running for governor of California, and already, people are chanting, ‘Four more vowels, four more vowels.” ~ Craig Kilborn

  21. “Mitt Romney is a true Mormon. John Edwards and Bill Clinton are not real Mormons. It was not ‘Brigham Young’ they were chanting. It was ‘Bring ’em young.” ~ Evan Sayet
  22. “Life is like a piece of string with a lot of knots tied in it. The knots are the karma you’re born with from all your past lives, and the object of human life is to try and undo all those knots. That’s what chanting and meditation in God consciousness can do. Otherwise you simply tie another ten knots each time you try to undo one knot. That’s how karma works.” ~ George Harrison
  23. “The mental disposition of the one who prepares the food is transmitted to all those who consume it. Therefore, as far as possible the mothers should do the cooking for the entire family. If it is done while chanting the mantra, the food will benefit everyone in a spiritual way.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  24. “If people would just wake up to what’s real, there would be no misery in the world. I guess chanting’s a pretty good place to start.” ~ George Harrison

  25. “Only a humorless tyrant could want a perpetual chanting of praises that, one has no choice but to assume, would be the innate virtues and splendors furnished him by his creator, infinite regression, drowned in praise!” ~ Christopher Hitchens
  26. “This ancient practice of the Rudrabhishekam, with the chanting of mantras, has been happening since thousands of years. It creates such a deep resonance in our consciousness, because our consciousness is very ancient” ~ Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
  27. “Speak up, stand up, and keep correcting the false perceptions. Stay true to your heart’s views and keep chanting for peace and justice.” ~ Suzy Kassem
  28. “Chanting is one of the most traditional and first Yoga practices. It helps to open the throat area and is a great way to learn some Sanskrit and the Yoga Sutra.” ~ Patanjali

  29. “The Creator wants us to drum. He wants us to corrupt the world with drum, dance and chants. After all, we have already corrupted the world with power and greed….which hasn’t gotten us anywhere – now’s the time to corrupt the world with drum, dance and chants.” ~ Babatunde Olatunji
  30. “That’s the real beauty of chanting – you directly connect with God. I have no doubt that by saying Krishna over and over again, He can come and dance on the tongue. The main thing, though, is to keep in touch with God.” ~ George Harrison
  31. “It is not a question of sitting silently, it is not a question of chanting a mantra. It is a question of understanding the subtle workings of the mind. As you understand those workings of the mind a great awareness arises in you, which is not of the mind. That awareness arises in your being, in your soul, in your consciousness.” ~ Rajneesh
  32. “Krishna is God, and by chanting His Holy Names, the devotee quickly develops God-consciousness.” ~ George Harrison

  33. “Chanting a mantra at the beginning of your meditation helps you clear the mind and takes you deep within the self. Chanting a mantra at the end of meditation helps you seal the meditation. It helps you bring the awareness of the meditation down into your daily life.” ~ Frederick Lenz
  34. “If you open up your heart
    You will know what I mean
    We’ve been polluted so long
    But here’s a way for you to get clean By chanting the names of the Lord and you’ll be free
    The Lord is awaiting on you all to awaken and see.” ~ George Harrison
  35. “When I say that “l see God,” I don’t necessarily mean to say that when I chant I’m seeing Krishna in His original form when He came five thousand years ago, dancing across the water, playing His flute. Of course, that would also be nice, and it’s quite possible too. When you become real pure by chanting, you can actually see God like that, I mean personally. But no doubt you can feel His presence and know that He’s there when you’re chanting.” ~ George Harrison
  36. “Chanting is the main thing in my life.” ~ Krishna Das

  37. “My reality is that God speaks to you every day. There’s an inner voice, and when you hear it, you get a little tingle in your medulla oblongata at the back of your neck, a little shiver, and at two o’clock in the morning, everything’s really quiet and you meditate and you got the candles, you got the incense and you’ve been chanting, and all of a sudden you hear this voice: Write this down. It is just an inner voice, and you trust it. That voice will never take you to the desert.” ~ Carlos Santana
  38. “In my opinion, the trombone is the true head of the family of wind instruments, which I have named the ‘epic’ one. It possesses nobility and grandeur to the highest degree; it has all the serious and powerful tones of sublime musical poetry, from religious, calm and imposing accents to savage, orgiastic outburst. Directed by the will of the master, the trombones can chant like a choir of priests, threaten, utter gloomy sighs, a mournful lament, or a bright hymn of glory; they can break forth into awe-inspiring cries and awaken the dead or doom the living with their fearful voices.” ~ Hector Berlioz
  39. “Therefore a person fully absorbed in the bodily concept of life is surely killing himself by not making spiritual progress. Such a person is called pasu-ghna. Especially excluded from spiritual life are the animal hunters, who are not interested in hearing and chanting the holy name of the Lord. Such hunters are always unhappy, both in this life and in the next. It is therefore said that a hunter should neither die nor live because for such persons both living and dying are troublesome.” ~ A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada
  40. “Better than chanting a thousand words in a dead language is one soothing word spoken in the vernacular.” ~ Gautama Buddha

  41. “A man may have lived all of his life in the gray, and the land and trees of him dark and somber. The events, the important ones, may have trooped by faceless and pale. And then-the glory-so that a cricket song sweetens his ears, the smell of the earth rises chanting to his nose, and dappling light under a tree blesses his eyes. Then a man pours outward, a torrent of him, and yet he is not diminished.” ~ John Steinbeck
  42. “All Thy works with joy surround Thee, God of glory, Lord of Love; Stars and angels sing around Thee, Center of unbroken praise. Field and forest, vale and mountain, Flowery meadow, flashing sea, Chanting bird and flowing fountain, Call us to rejoice in Thee.” ~ Henry Van Dyke
  43. “God’s all happiness, all bliss, and by chanting His names we connect with Him. So it’s really a process of actually having a realization of God, which all becomes clear with the expanded state of consciousness that develops when you chant.” ~ George Harrison
  44. “But now I have learned to listen to silence. To hear its choirs singing the song of ages, chanting the hymns of space, and disclosing the secrets of eternity.” ~ Khalil Gibran

  45. “On the night Test faced the Great One, this is what he’ll see… twelve sharpshooters stinging, eleven eyebrows raising, ten spines a’bustin, nine noggins knocking, eight kicks a’kicking, seven punches punching, six suplexes smashing, five seconds of the people chanting The Rock’s name… four Rock Bottoms, three People’s Elbows, on your two buckteeth, and an ass-kicking all over New Orleans!” ~ Dwayne Johnson
  46. “A mind now clouded by the illusions of the innate darkness of life is like a tarnished mirror, but when polished, it is sure to become like a clear mirror, reflecting the essential nature of phenomena and the true aspect of reality. Arouse deep faith, and diligently polish your mirror day and night. How should you polish it? Only by chanting Nam-myoho-renge-kyo” ~ Nichiren
  47. “Krishna is present fully in His holy name and this is realized by the humility and sincerity in our chanting.” ~ Radhanath Swami
  48. “I never really liked poetry readings; I liked to read poetry by myself, but I liked singing, chanting my lyrics to this jazz group.” ~ Leonard Cohen

  49. “Group chanting and prayer is very powerful. It can bring important changes.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  50. “Children, everyone should try to wake up before five in the morning. The ideal time for spiritual practices like meditation and chanting is Brahma Muhurta. During this period, sattvic qualities are predominant in nature. Moreover, the mind will be clear and body energetic.” ~ Mata Amritanandamayi
  51. “You don’t get black power by chanting it. You get it by doing what the other groups have done. The Irish kept quiet. They didn’t shout “Irish Power”, “Jew Power”, [or] “Italian Power”. They kept their mouths shut and took over the police department of New York City, and the mayorship of Boston.” ~ Whitney M. Young
  52. “Spiritual process is not about chanting a mantra or closing your eyes, spiritual process is essentially about enhancing your perception.” ~ Jaggi Vasudev

  53. “Chanting is no more holy than listening to the murmur of a stream, counting prayer beads no more sacred than simply breathing. . . . If you wish to attain oneness with the Tao, don’t get caught up in spiritual superficialities.” ~ Laozi
  54. “Well, yes, but it’s not about the football.” “You’re saying that football is not about football?” “It’s the sharing,” she said. “It’s being part of the crowd. It’s chanting together. It’s all of it. the whole thing.” ~ Terry Pratchett
  55. “Thank you,” he was whispering, “thank you, thank you.…” And then he was kissing my face, every inch of it he could find, wiping away the tears and soot, chanting my name.” ~ Alexandra Bracken
  56. “I find the practice of yoga very spiritual and taking the time to just be and to reflect through meditation and chanting helps me to connect to a higher energy.” ~ Miranda Kerr

  57. “Eva. Every day I’ve climbed up the belfry chanting a lucky chant at one syllable per beat, “To-day-to-day-let-her-be-here-to-day-to-day.” ~ David Mitchell
  58. “I wish more fantasy, especially the dominant fantasy that draws heavily on British and Christian lore, would wrestle with its own ethnospecific nature and what that means when the story is set somewhere where more than one belief system is in operation. If all you do is pay lip service to it, you can get the kind of thing where the writer has thrown one Hindu god into a Christianist fantasy (rendering said god by default a demon or otherwise inferior to the dominant religious system of the story, which is such an insult), and the hero is able to vanquish it by chanting a spell in church Latin.” ~ Nalo Hopkinson
  59. “To be meek and humble means to have a service attitude towards God, the Vaisnavas, and all living beings. Unless we have that, our chanting will have minimal effect and many births may pass before we finally come to the conclusion.” ~ Radhanath Swami
  60. “Orthodox chanting is non-emotional, it’s very monotone.” ~ Troy Polamalu

  61. “Either to die the death or to abjure For ever the society of men. Therefore, fair Hermia, question your desires; Know of your youth, examine well your blood, Whether, if you yield not to your father’s choice, You can endure the livery of a nun, For aye to be in shady cloister mew’d, To live a barren sister all your life, Chanting faint hymns to the cold fruitless moon. Thrice-blessed they that master so their blood, To undergo such maiden pilgrimage; But earthlier happy is the rose distill’d, Than that which withering on the virgin thorn Grows, lives and dies in single blessedness.” ~ William Shakespeare
  62. “Fever jumped aside just in time to dodge the shower of urine, and stumbled into the path of a religious procession – celebrants in robes and pointed hats whirling and clapping and chanting the name of some old-world prophet, ‘Hari, Hari! Hari Potter!'” ~ Philip Reeve
  63. “They were chanting my name, but I don’t know why. My name is on the back of my uniform. So, it’s nice to know they can read.” ~ Lance Berkman

  64. “Spring is beautiful everywhere, but it is more than beautiful in Lebanon. Spring is the spirit of an unknown God speeding through the world, which, as it reaches Lebanon, pauses, because now it is as at home with the souls of the Prophets and Kings hovering over the land, chanting with the brooks of Judea, the eternal Psalms of Solomon, renewing with the Cedars of Lebanon memories of an ancient glory.” ~ Khalil Gibran
  65. “Perhaps we could revisit the issue of World Cup Host selection for 2018/2022 as some countries feel, and we did say, they are more suitable. Russia was the only high risk location for 2018 and racial chanting is rife there but a Mr. R. Abramovich paid a significant fee to fund the voting proceedings and, not to be discriminatory, we would have to see the same thing from any England/Spain representatives wishing to have another vote.” ~ Sepp Blatter

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