Project Mantra is a free, guided program that helps you gradually build up an easy, yet powerful daily chanting practice over 40 days. It is perfect for beginners who want a simple, effective tool to quiet the mind, open the heart, and create a positive habit of connecting with the Divine on a daily basis.

Project Mantra is our mantra meditation practice. Everyone can do it, anytime and anywhere, even children. Simple daily repetitions of a mantra will take you deep into the beauty and mystery of chanting the Divine Name. The practice is especially powerful when you turn every repetition into a heartfelt prayer.


Mantra chanting is an effective way to control a restless mind. Through regular repetition, the mind can be trained to focus on something positive – like the Divine Names – rather than the incessant inner judgments that tend to occupy our thoughts. Used for millennia, by every spiritual tradition, mantras are the predecessor of modern day affirmations.


The power of a mantra is not hidden in its meaning, but found in its vibrational frequency. The most powerful mantras are timeless Sanskrit names for the Divine. Each syllable creates a vibration that awakens and manifests a Divine Quality such as peace, courage, love, compassion, and acceptance. The secret is to chant with love and devotion as this opens the heart, amplifies the vibration and allows you to experience Divine Love.


It takes 40 days for the transformational power of the practice to create a permanent shift in your consciousness. During that time, you may also notice that you have a more positive outlook on life, improved concentration, greater self-awareness and less judgment toward yourself and others.

Who can participate in Project Mantra?

Everybody can participate in Project Mantra, regardless of cultural/spiritual background. Practice is open and free for everybody. Also, there is no age restriction for this practice, which means that even children can practice it.

What are the benefits?
Project Mantra utilises the power of ancient sacred mantras which help calm the mind, open the heart and deepen the connection with our true self. It also improves focus and promotes positive thinking.
Are there any side effects?
No, there are no side effects of practising Project Mantra.
How much time does it take?
It takes apx. 20 minutes to learn Project Mantra – to finish the workshop. After that, individual goes through 40 days “challenge” of chanting the mantra every day.
What if I skip one day?
If you skip one day in continuous process of chanting the mantra for 40 days, you need to start from the beginning in order to fully finish the project. Even though nobody will check if you skipped one day, it is about dedication and believing in yourself.
How can I participate?
To learn Project Mantra, you need to finish Project Mantra workshop. Normally workshop is done in person, however, if there is no possibility to join the workshop, Project Mantra can be taught online as well.



“Reciting the mantra made me enjoy a state of well-being that is not easy to translate into words. If I was calm, reciting the mantra was producing in me a smile. If I was agitated or anxious, or worried and afraid, the mantra helped me remain calm and change my point of view, giving importance to the right things. And it is also a wonderful feeling to be able to help bring a bit of peace in the world through the vibration of chanting the Divine Name. For me it was a great prelude to Atma Kriya Yoga.” – Tiziana (Italy)


“I started the Project Mantra six months after I was initiated into Atma Kriya Yoga. I loved it so much I immediately did another 40 days of the other mantra. It was fascinating to experience the two different mantras. One brought me peace and the other brought me joy. Doing the project really helped solidify my commitment to doing sadhana and to become more regular with my practice.” – Sandy (USA)


“Chanting has given me a lot of peace and satisfaction, a feeling of not needing anything to feel good. The more I recited, the more it was becoming deep and the more I was feeling that the outside world had less of a grip on me. Once while having dinner with my parents they began to quarrel, I started to recite the mantra inwardly. Immediately they lowered the tone of the discussion. I did not believe it. It was amazing, it really surprised me.” – Nicolas (Italy)


Although the mantras chanted in Project Mantra can be found online, ancient traditional wisdom emphasises the importance of having a teacher to guide practitioners into the subtle nuances of technique. By joining Project Mantra, you receive ongoing support from your instructor, as well as periodic emails with helpful tips, interesting facts, and suggestions for deepening your practice.

You will also receive the blessing and energetic support of Paramahamsa Vishwananda. You’ll find the more you chant with love, the more His blessing will sustain you and carry you deeper into the practice where the real treasures lie.



Schedule of upcoming courses is in the process of creation. In the meantime, subscribe to our newsletter to receive all the updates about upcoming courses, or contact Project Mantra country coordinator for more information.


Step 1 – First, you must select a mantra. Project Mantra offers two mantra choices; both of which were kept secret for millennia. Your instructor will help you choose the one that makes your heart sing.
Step 2 – It takes 40 days to develop a positive habit and establish a simple daily practice. You’ll start by chanting 15 minutes every day. Then, you’ll gradually increase your time to 60 minutes per day. It is easier than you may imagine – just think of it as making a date with the Divine.
Step 3 – Chanting is really easy. Once you listen to the mantra a few times, you’ll be off and chanting. While it may seem daunting, most people are pleasantly surprised to discover that the more they chant, the more they enjoy it and the more they want to do it. It is one of the secret benefits of mantra chanting.


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