Ra Ma Da Sa – Healing Meditation – Free Download

Earlier this year, Snatam asked us to help her figure out how to make her Ra Ma Da Sa available for free to everyone around the world so that there could be a tool available for anyone who wanted it to start a healing meditation for them self, their loved ones, and the planet.  I am happy to say that we have now figured out how to make that possible!!

Click here to go to our site and add it to your shopping cart.  You can then put it on your iPod, mp3 player, or even burn it to CD.

September 29th – The New Moon: The new moon is a great time to start a meditation.  A lot of the mental and emotional blocks that you might normally encounter are not present at this time.  In fact, during the entire period between the new moon and the full moon, it is an ideal time to start a regular meditation practice, so now is the time – start the healing!
Here are instructions for practicing this meditation:

Healing Ra Ma Da Sa Meditation: Heal Yourself, Heal Your Loved Ones, and Heal the World.

Posture: Sit in easy pose.

Focus: Eyes are closed and focused at the third-eye point.

Mantra: Ra Ma Da Sa, Sa Say So Hung. The mantra should be sung in one complete exhalation. As you chant the first Sa, your navel point is pulled in so that this syllable is abbreviated.  You should also pull your navel point in as you chant Hung.  Hung should be vibrated at the root of the nose. The rest of the syllables are drawn out in a strong, powerful chant. Strive to keep your chant at full volume (loud but not raucous) throughout the meditation.

Meaning of Mantra:
Ra=sun energy
Ma=moon energy
Da=earth energy
Sa=infinity, universal energy
Sa=repeat in second half of mantra
Say=the personal embodiment of Sa
So=the personal sense of merger with Sa
Hung=the Infinite, vibrating and real.

The mantra literally means: “I am Thou. It is also used to mean, The service of God is within me. ”

Mudra: Bend the arms and bring the elbows against the side of the rib cage. The palms of the hands are parallel and face the sky  (see picture of Snatam above). The elbows are snug at your sides with the forearms in close to your upper arms. The hands are at a 60 degree angle, halfway between pointing forward and pointing to the sides.

Time: 11 minutes.

End: Inhale deeply, hold your breath and visualize the person you want to send healing to (it can be yourself). Make that image in your mind very clear and see a glowing green light around the person. Keeping that person in your mind, exhale. Inhale deeply, hold your breath and continue to send the person healing green light. Still keeping that vision in your mind, exhale. For the last time, inhale deeply, hold your breath and see the person very clearly, see the green healing light bathing the person, bathing every cell in the body. Exhale and relax.

Go to Spirit Voyage to download.



  1. Please chant of my nephew, he is going through intense chemo of his Burkitt lymphoma cancer.

  2. Hello Snatam,

    I have had the distinct pleasure of singing/chanting with you at Kripalu. Thank you for sharing your gift with us. I also listen to a cd of yours throughout my day, and read the lyrics and pronunciations and translations as a means of bringing peace to my myself, my daughter and the world. Thank you for helping me to unblock my channels. I was wondering if you could tell us what the ‘guru…’ part says in full and what it means at the end of this mediation ( Ra, Ma, Da, Sa, Sa, Say, So… Hung.’
    Thank you again. Warmly, Jennifer Wilkinson

  3. Thank you very much Snatam. I’m so grateful for this, I just love it!

  4. Thank you so much for offering this mantra. I have been using it daily and I cannot believe how relaxed it has made me feel. At first I used it only with your recording (your voice is like an angel by the way). Now I quietly sing it by myself while walking, driving etc. as well as for sit down meditation sessions. I had not heard of associated hand movements and would love to find out more about that.

  5. Hi,
    Its great i will try it your mantra Ra Ma Da Sa…

  6. Namaste,
    This weekend I learned this beautiful chant. I was also shown a series of hand movements associated with each word beginning with finger tips together at just above the navel, hands moving a little apart and hands moving a little further apart. I would love to find a description or chart of these hand positions. Are you familiar with these? The movements made it very easy to maintain total concentration on the chant — very good for beginners/busy minds!
    Thank you for your help. Sending you Peace and Light, Mary Beth



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