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This mantra is repeated 108 times, intended to be used as a japa mala (garland/necklace) mantra meditation. 108 is a sacred number in Hinduism, Buddhism and other traditions. It is also said that there are 108 nadis or energy lines converging to form the heart chakra. This ancient Sanskrit mantra invokes the elephant god Ganesha (also known as Ganesha, the remover of obstacles who clears the path for new beginnings.) Recite this mantra to create openings for abundance, joy, love, and health.


Om Gam Ganapataye Namaha
Jai Jai Ganesha


from Lakshmi Lullabies, released December 29, 2016
Vocals & Ukulele: Noelani Love
Guitar, percussion and programming: Rob Weber
Bass: Walker Barnard
Production: Rob Weber
Mastering: Darius Van Helfteren
Album Images: Red Mahan & Chloe Ganahl
Graphic Design: Michelle Baty



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Noelani Love Haleiwa, Hawaii

Living in Hawaii, with a love for traditional Hawaiian oli (chanting) as well as Sanskrit mantra, Noelani began her musical adventure by sharing her original ukulele compositions of mantras in yoga classes after years of struggling to find her voice. Noelani enjoys empowering women everywhere through sound healing, tantra, jewelry design, birthwork, retreats, and inspiring self love. ... more

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