Fertility mantra

Fertility mantra. The power of sound

We haven’t discussed  the use of fertility mantra for a while but mantras can be a great asset  – not only for your mental wellbeing, immune health but your fertility too!  Whilst you may feel a little self conscious to begin, once you get the hang of  humming, chanting or kirtan you will really appreciate how sound therapy resonates at a deep level.  This month I am talking about mantra again – specifically the chant SA TA NA MA.

When I was guided to develop the creation fertility toolkit  I knew that mantra, sound and vibration were important but I was nervous about  introducing it because I was not sure a western functional society  would appreciate it. However, since we are currently in a pandemic and open to new ways of being this seems like a perfect time to re-introduce sound therapy and fertility mantra.  Of course, if you already attend a yoga class you may be used to chanting – such as the primal sound of Aum (also written as Om) to align and open the chakras & heart centre or maybe you are a member of a singing group or attend a gong bath regularly?  Either way, all are forms of sound therapy.

  • Recorded music 
  • Sound forks and singing bowls – bring everything back to a center of stillness.
  • Drumming – The power of drumming has been known and practiced since ancient times. There is a primordial power to the rhythm of drumming and “it has the ability to clear and balance all the misaligned energies in any given space. It is the sound of a universal heartbeat that aligns everything with its heart power.” (spiritualityhealth.com)
  • Clapping – Bringing your palms together and clapping is a way of aligning and clearing energy.  Tchi recommends you begin clapping close to the floor, and work your way up toward the ceiling.
  • Your voice, mantra and chant –  we all have power when we use our voice. Tchi suggests experimenting with your voice where you won’t be disturbed. “Try any sounds that come to you when you intend to clear the energy in a specific room.” You might use words or phrases, or you may work with tones and different sounds.

6 reasons for fertility mantra and sound

fertility mantraHumming: Did you know that simple humming has been shown to increase nasal nitric oxide  (gas nitric oxide (NO) is a highly reactive free radical produced in mammalian cells by specific enzymes and is believed to play a vital role  including regulation of blood flow, platelet function, immunity, and neurotransmission) which inhibits the NLRP3 inflammasomes and may stop the cytokine storm


Sound therapy has also been shown to increase the nitric acid puffing cells, help clear nasal and airway blockages and increase “seratonin” the feel good factor. A science paper  has suggested humming 60-120 times four times per day (with a session at bedtime) may help clear nasal passageways  (ref: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/16406689)

Mantra chants are powerful tools for clearing and restructuring  the subconscious mind and help to release known and unconscious blockages  such as past trauma (e.g. miscarriage, termination or post  assisted conception procedure) in addition they really help “lift the spirits”.  Mantra chant is a form of mindful meditation and a fundamental part of yogic philosophy. Whilst sanskrit is no longer spoken it is still widely used in yoga, Hinduism and Buddhism mantras which are traditionally chanted rather than to sung to music (this is kirtan).

The alphabet of the language is said to be inscribed upon the petals of the chakras, giving it the title of “language of the chakras” or “Divine language” which I think is beautiful.

Traditional Eastern wisdom believes sound and mantra  connects with the soul of your future baby – thus “calling your baby”, easing its passage to your womb.  Calling your baby using mantra and fertilityFor me, calling your baby is multi dimensional – connecting with intention and mindful focus – including nutritional therapy and a fertility diet .  You can also also connect with lunar energy,  natural therapies ,  fertility crystals. (my vido above discussed mookaite)



Clapping, mantra and sound therapy has been used for aeons to clear energy and cleanse the aura.

When I developed the creation fertility guidance cards I chose 4 specific mantra chants.

Fertility mantra 1. Ra ma da sa sa Say so hung

In Sanskrit this means “I am infinite universal energy “.  I also associate this mantra with the new moon and the Goddess Durga.

Ra is sun, Ma is moon energy, Da is earth energy, Sa infinity (universal energy) and Hung is infinite. When you put this all together is connects us all consciously as one. I recommend you say the mantra 21 times per day, using the creation fertility wrist mala to count the chants. but if you feel this is too hard for you right now, then you can always  hum along to the chant  until you feel ready to chant.  Here is a beautiful rendition by  Snatum Kaur  RaMaDaSaSaSaySoHung


Fertility mantra  2. Sa Ta Na Ma 

If you have watched the video at the top of this article you will know that this mantra is kirtan and  associated with the cycle of creation and supports hormonal balance.  It is believed that this mantra helps to rearrange the subconscious mind and has the power to break habits and addictions.

Sa in the beginning, infinity

Ta is life, existence and creativity that manifests from infinity

Na is death, change and the transformation of consciousness

Ma is rebirth, regeneration and resurrection which allows us to consciously experience the joy of the infinite.

Here is a simple version for you to listen to  performed by Tera Naam  Sa Ta Na Ma mantra

There is so much to this  particular mantra because we can also include hand positions (mudras) and  connect deeply with sound therapy, by saying it out loud i.e. singing it, as a whisper and silently too.  I have written quite an extensive article on this at my sister site .

Once you have become used to repeating the mantra then you can add a hand mudra into the practice.  

Connect each finger to thumb as you say each of the sounds. Rajendar Menen in his book the Healing Power of Mudras explains:

The thumb: represents the earth and fire element, the stomach and worry

The index finger represents the element of metal – the lungs, large intestine and emotions of grief, sadness and depression. Self worth and heart chakra

Middle finger: element of fire, the heart, small intestine, circulatory and respiratory systems, and the emotions are impatience and hastiness. Throat chakra and responsibility.

Ring finger – element of wood.  Connected with the liver, gall bladder, nervous system and corresponds to anger.  Root chakra and relationships

Little finger – water, the kidneys and fear. Communication and the 2nd chakra

Having said this kundalini yoga considers the mudra differently.   

SA – index to thumb –  Jupiter, and the connection brings knowledge, expands our possibilities and releases us from limitations.  By connecting these two fingers we increase the air element within which helps create positivity and calms the nervous system and endocrine system.

TA – middle to thumb –  Saturn/element of space  The thumb and middle finger to encourage patience, wisdom and purity and supports “space” internally to encourage intuition, detoxification and relieve congestion.

NA – ring finger to thumb. Uranus.  Connecting the tip of the thumb and the ring finger brings us vitality and increases the earth element.  This encourages endurance, strength, healthy body tissues, bones, muscles, tendons and inner organs.

MA – little finger to thumb.  Mercury. Clear communication whilst reduces the water element.  This helps balance hormones, reduces water retention and allergic responses including  watery eyes, runny noses and loose bowels.

Feel the pressures on the palate as you enunciate each word along with the pressure on the pads of the fingers

Add an L shaped visualisation

Now visualize energy coming into the crown of the head, and then  out through the third eye.

This helps

cleanse thoughts

reduce headaches

awaken the pineal and pituitary glands which are our primary hormone-producing centres.

Bringing it all together.

Prepare your space.  Ensure you will not be interrupted. Get comfy. Now take a few full deep cleansing breaths. Inhaling through the nose and exhale through the mouth.  Sign as you exhale.
Close your eyes and rest your hands gently in your lap. When your body feels ready start .
Sing Sa Ta Na Ma moving your fingers through the mudras as explained whilst visualizing the energy drawing in through the crown and out through the brow.
Now repeat this process but whisper the mantra.
Move on to the mindfulness of silence. Continue the mudra and visualisation practice.

Return once again to the whisper, then slide into the singing. Once completed release the mudra and visualisation.

Inhale deeply.  Draw the arms wide and up above the head. Wiggle your fingers, shake your hands vigorously, move your body  and return to the present. Bring your hands down as you exhale.

Fertility mantra 3.  Sat Kar Tar

A wonderful heart opening fertility mantra – literally meaning  “unconditional love”.  Personally, I have found this mantra the easiest to learn.  Please feel free to listen to this heart meditation or  hum along to the mantra from the video. If you want to chant using beads then here is the link to my creation fertility wrist mala. 

Fertility mantra 4. Om Namaha Shivay –

Connecting with Hinduism and Lord Shiva.    The intention to maintain during the chant is that all should become perfect. In some parts of India women chant to Lord Shiva on a monday and pour water and milk on the fertility crystals shiva lingams.  Did you know Lord Shiva is believed to bless us with the precious gift of true love, stable family life and wonderful children?  He is considered kind, protective, devoid of ego and arrogance and a great destroyer of all that no longer serves.   Here is a Krishna Das version for you to listen to.  It is wonderful

Krishna Das – Om Namaha Shivay


Disclaimer: This article has been written for inspiration and education purposes only. It is not intended to treat, diagnose or prevent any disease and it does not replace evaluation, diagnosis, or treatment by  your qualified health care professional.

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Justine Evans ND is a hormone alchemist and fertility expert.  She is the founder of Creation Fertility and developed the Creation Fertility Toolkit to help you become baby ready, integrating western science with eastern philosophy.  To arrange a personal fertility consultation on line or in-clinic  call 07747 133170