30 Day Sādhana:
Discovering Mantras
  • Cultivate a discipline and consistency by integrating the practice of "japa" (mantra repetition) into daily life
  • Discover a mantra that resonates deeply, one that attunes you to layers of subtlety within
  • Explore how the regularity of japa practice contributes to a deeper understanding of oneself, others, and the greater sonic reality we are all tuning into

Deepen spiritual connection and transformation . . .


Discover Some of the Most Celebrated Mantras of the Yoga Tradition in this Deep Dive into Japa Practice

This 30-day practice offers the unique opportunity to . . .

. . . immerse yourself in the theory behind japa practice and the practice itself

. . . experientally grasp the beneficial fruits of a sustained 30-day practice

. . . glean insights of self-discipline, intention setting, overcoming obstacles, and the transformative nature of regular practice

Embark on a comprehensive survey practice of some of the most popular mantras recited in yoga and meditation classes around the world. Participating in this 30-day practice will increase your knowledge of various mantras, as well as introduce you to the philosophy of vibration at the heart of japa practice. Cultivating this practice will enhance your meditation, deepen your understanding of yoga philosophy, and take you one step further on the path of sādhana – that path of abiding in what is most meaningful.

From the beginnings of Vedic culture, mantras were seen not merely as banal bits of sound or musical entertainment, but as powerful tools by means of which to channel or manifest certain “frequencies,” with some texts prescribing mantras with the ability to achieve things as wide ranging as healing ailments to forging supernatural abilities. From the perspective of this tradition, mantras have the ability to affect and/or influence one's psychic & physical realities.

It is often said that 30 days is enough to start (or break) a habit...

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Indeed, there's magic in repetition. Let Jacob Kyle be your guide in this 30-day journey, exploring a range of popular mantras to deepen yourself spiritually, alleviate stress, focus attention, or to cultivate discipline.

Sādhana is a Sanskrit word that derives from the root /sādh, which means “to succeed,” “complete,” “finish,” or “accomplish.” In the context of spiritual and contemplative traditions of yoga and meditation, sādhanā comes to refer to a variable sequence of practices by means of which one “accomplishes” the goals of yoga. The one who participates in sādhana is referred to as a sādhaka – one of several words we find in the yoga tradition for the yoga ‘practitioner.’ At the heart of sādhanā is the goal of spiritual transformation, and so this is not repetition for the sake of repetition. Similar to how regularly brushing your teeth amounts to healthier, whiter teeth, the regularity of your practices will deepen your sādhanā and have a cumulative impact on your life.

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Practice Outline


DAY 1: Ganeṣa Mahāmantra

DAY 2: Gaṇapati Mantra

DAY 3: Guru Mantra

DAY 4: Shānti Mantra

DAY 5: Patañjali Mantra

DAY 6: Gānānām Tva

DAY 7: Lokaḥ Samastaḥ Sukhino Bhavantu

DAY 8: Oṃ Maṇi Padme Hūṃ


DAY 9: Verse from Vijñāna Bhairava Tantra

DAY 10: Mahāmṛtyunjaya Mantra

DAY 11: Śānti Patha

DAY 12: Gurave Sarvalokānām Mantra

DAY 13: Oṃ Duṃ Dūrgaye Namaḥ

DAY 14: Namaḥ Śivāya

DAY 15: Gāyatrī Mantra

DAY 16: Vakratuṇḍa Mantra


DAY 17: Invocation of the Goddess of Speech

DAY 18: Shakti Mantra

DAY 19: Tatpuruṣa Gayatri Mantra

DAY 20: Pavamāna Mantra

DAY 21: Akhanda-mandalākāram Mantra

DAY 22: 5 Verses on the Guru Sandals

DAY 23: A Sarasvati Mantra

DAY 24: Oṃ Namo Bhagavate Vasudevāya


DAY 25: Kuṇḍaliṇī Stavaḥ

DAY 26: Hare Krishna Mahāmantra

DAY 27: 108 Names Of Kālī

DAY 28: Mahāmṛtyunjaya Mantra (Again, Different this Time)

DAY 29: Haṃsa Mantra

DAY 30: Meditation on the Mantra Within

Three Additional On-Demand Lectures for a Limited Time...

Available On Demand Upon Purchase of the 30-Day Mantra Sādhanā.

Why is Om so central to the practice and philosophy of Yoga? Could it be this radically simple word unlocks the essence of all yogic wisdom? In this talk, we will trace the presence of Om in the Vedas, in the Upanishads, Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra, the Bhagavad Gita, in Tantric texts, as well as consider its parallels in global sacred traditions and its resonance with science-based models of the universe.

This seminar is a multidimensional experience into the Yoga of Sound practices of mantra, rāga, and kīrtan. Sound unites us all, across culture, time, and space. Sound is our source and our means of creating self-knowledge and a vibrant, and full life. Through merging our being with the sound current, we not only come to know the magical landscape of our inner life, but we are better equipped to communicate our knowing with others… and, it’s just a lot of fun!


with Nataraj Chaitanya

The Yoga of Sound

with Orgyen Chowang Rinpoche

OM: Why it Matters

with Mary Reilly Nichols

The experience of unity consciousness is enshrined in mantra. Together, we'll explore the importance of mantra sadhana to the modern yoga practitioner and how a long-term committed mantra practice can unfold over time.

Jacob Kyle

Jacob Kyle is a yoga and meditation teacher, writer, philosophy educator and the Founder of Embodied Philosophy, an online educational platform for wisdom studies and contemplative practices. Jacob holds three Masters Degrees: an MPhil in Sanskrit & Indian Philosophy and Religions from the University of Oxford (2023), an MA in the History of Philosophy from the New School for Social Research (2013), and an MSc in Political Philosophy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (2007). Jacob received dīkṣā into a Tantric form of meditation in 2015, and has since that time been studying and practicing with Kashmir Shaivism scholar-practitioner Paul Muller-Ortega. In 2020, he was initiated as an Acharya (authorized teacher) of Neelakantha meditation and continues to dedicate his life to studying deeply the texts and traditions of the Śaiva-Śākta Darśana, as well as making available through the Embodied Philosophy platform transformative wisdom teachings, practices and perspectives.

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