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We all feel the need to be protected in some way; whether it’s physical protection, emotional protection, or even spiritual protection. Our natural instinct is to look outward for this type of support, but have you ever considered looking within yourself and exploring mantras as a form of powerful protection?

Mantras are sacred chants that not only hold immense power and energy but can provide us with an internal sense of security and strength. In this article, I will teach you powerful mantras for protection from all forms of harm and evils – spiritual and physical.

I’ll also show you the correct way to chant these protection mantras to get their full effects and delve deep into how mantra meditation works to protect us from negative energies, thoughts, and feelings bringing about profound transformation on both emotional and spiritual levels.

Whether you’re an avid yoga or meditation practitioner or want to gain more knowledge about the most powerful protective mantras, read on!

1. Mantra for protection from bad luck and spiritual attacks

The first protection mantra here helps put you in a good place by keeping you invulnerable to misfortunes and evil. You are to practice this chant in 108 repetitions for 21 days to feel the outcome. Also, you are best advised to do this immediately after you wake up in the morning or right before bed.

Ugram Viram Maha Vishnum Jvalantam Sarvato Mukham
Nirisimham Bhishanam Bhadram Mrutyur Mrutyum Namamy Aham

2. Narasimha mantra


Ugram Viram Maha Vishnum Jvalantam Sarvato Mukham
Nrisimham Bhishanam BhadramMrityur Mrityum Namamy Aham

Narasimha is the Hindu god, Vishnu’s fourth avatar. This deity is said to have incarnated as a half-man, half-lion to defeat Hiranyakashipu, restore dharma, and bring an end to persecution on the basis of religion.

The Narasimha mantra is extremely powerful and protects you not from physical harm but from spiritual attacks. It also releases you from hate, discontentment, and jealousy.

Chant this mantra on a Thursday morning and evening and ensure to wear bright yellow clothes. For your positioning, it’s recommended to face the North while practicing this mantra.

Light up a pure ghee lantern and keep it in front of the Lord Narasimha when you chant. You also need to place a glass of water in front of you when you practice it. The water will absorb Narasimha’s power. Drink it all up after chanting for His full protection.

3. Shiva mantra



Shiva, the god also known as, The Destroyer, is part of the Hindu trinity that includes Vishnu and Brahma. According to the Shaivite traditionalists, the god Shiva creates, protects, and transforms the world.

Shiva is regarded as the patron god of yoga and meditation. The Shiva mantra’s protection when practiced correctly makes you untouchable. It is also known as the mantra of Transformation because it allows you to overcome self-limitations and negativity but transforms you from a place of negativity to a state of higher consciousness.

4. Kali mantra



The Kali mantra is another powerful one that protects you from evil and physical harm. Kali is the wife of the god Shiva.

5. Ganesh protection mantra



Ganesha is the Supreme God in the Ganapatya sect and one of the most known and worshipped deities in the Hindu pantheon. Various Hindy denominations worship Lord Ganesh in different forms, and he is also known as Vinayaka, Ganapati, or Pillaiyar.

6. Beej mantra

Beej mantras are made of one-syllable words that emit energy so focused that they bring about an entire Symphony for general protection. Unlike the other protective mantras I’ve mentioned here, been mantras don’t involve any memorizing because it’s one word. Here’s a powerful beef mantra:


The above beej mantra is attributed to the Lord Hanuman. It fortifies your courage, dispels your fears and worries, and in this context, gives you total protection from your enemies.

7. Heart mantra



It is vital that you practice the heart mantra to protect yourself from dangers unseen or that you’re unaware of. This mantra will come to your rescue when you’re in grave danger.

8. Protection mantra for purification



If you simply want a mantra for protection from annoyances or unpleasant people and situations, practice this chant. It not only keeps you away from such circumstances but by doing so, you get purified of negative energy that might have stuck onto you when you were in unpleasant places or in contact with annoying people.

9. Durga Gayatri mantra for protection from enemies and obstacles




Om, Let me meditate on the goddess who is the daughter of Kathyayana ,
Oh, maiden Goddess, give me higher intellect,
And let Goddess Durga illuminate my mind

Durga is the mother of the universe in Hinduism. She is the major Hindu goddess and a significant part of the mother goddess Mahadevi. For the full effect of this mantra, it’s recommended that you’re in sight of the Durga statue.

How to chant protection mantras

Now that you know these essential protection mantras, I’ll next show you how to chant them. To chant mantras for protection, you need to have your quiet space – which is a place free from noise and distraction.

Next, you must condition your mind and have an inner conviction in the power of the protection mantras you’re about to chant.

I recommend that you practice this as the first thing you do when you wake up in the morning. Practicing the protection mantra later in the evenings is also beneficial for protecting you as you sleep.

When your mind is clear and receptive, you have to ensure that your body is in a state of comfort when you chant these sacred sounds. Get your posture right – keep your back straight. You may go with the basic yoga asana – Lotus position or stay on a meditation cushion or mat.

To begin, record the protection mantra and play it repeatedly. This should get you started, but it’s not sufficient, because it is crucial that you hear yourself and observe the reaction of your body every time you say these words. Therefore, you have to turn off the recording and repeat the chants yourself.

Take note of how many times you are repeating the mantras, and ensure that the total number is a multiple of nine. For example, 9 times, 18 times, 54 times, 90 times, 108 times, etc. You require a total of 108 repetitions for the maximum impact. You can count 108-stone mala beads to keep track of the number of repetitions.

Note that there would be a lot of negativity around you, and so you need so much focus to visualize the deity to whom you’re chanting these protection mantras. This is why visualization is crucial. Simply close your eyes and imagine what goes on beyond the eyes to achieve this.