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Level 2
15 min

Hamsa Heart Meditation

Meditation | By David Harshada Wagner on May 07 2012
This meditation uses the ancient mantra Ham-Sa to connect us deeply with the heart.


This meditation uses the ancient mantra Ham-Sa to connect us deeply with the heart.


  • ali&tito cabrera gerbolini     Aug 16th, 2013
    Powerful, thank you!
  • Mia Mironov     Apr 18th, 2013
    Namaste :)
  • Mia Mironov     Mar 29th, 2013
    Namaste :)
  • Joanne Whitford     Mar 18th, 2013
    Such a great practice!
  • Mia Mironov     Feb 14th, 2013
  • Ángela Ma Ga     Dec 11th, 2012
  • Beth Rutty     Nov 7th, 2012
    I have heard the word HAM pronounced as Hung as well - is one closer to the Sanskrit pronunciation?
    • D. Harshada Wagner     Mar 25th, 2013
      Don't worry. Do it with your heart.
  • trish power     Oct 5th, 2012
    loved it Harshada!
  • Melanie Buffett     Aug 6th, 2012
    Very helpful. I will practice this video meditation again. thanks!
  • Natasha Rainger     Jul 16th, 2012
    thanks Harshada.. what i found hard was that i had learnt this as so hum .. so found myself accidently going back to this... what are your thoughts?
    • D. Harshada Wagner     Mar 25th, 2013
      So'ham Ham'sa are the same. Depends on whether you start with the in breath or out breath.
  • Joanne Whitford     Jul 15th, 2012
  • Marjorie nass     Jul 8th, 2012
    I love this Harshada! I did the meditation twice yesterday and once today. So looking forward to next week at Omega. Many thanks. Marjorie
  • cynthia joyce     Jul 6th, 2012
    I loved this meditation, thank you. The focus was exactly what I needed today.
  • Joanne Whitford     May 29th, 2012
    -back for more! don't find the music distracting what so ever!
  • Joanne Whitford     May 21st, 2012
    Heart, LOVE!
  • Jay Wehmeier     May 13th, 2012
    Thanks, I am keeping this in my favorites and will try it again.
  • Jenene C     May 8th, 2012
    great rejuvinating meditation
  • Lara Dunlea     May 7th, 2012
    My favourite mantra meditation, thank you. I've been taught to pronounce it hung saw - despite the ham sa or so ham spelling. Very powerful and I loved the idea here of coming into the heart on the inhale and expanding into the cosmos/divine on the exhale.
  • adriana rizzolo     May 7th, 2012
    This one gets me so deep. The music triggers a relaxtion response in my body that allows the mantra to delve right into more subtle layers & a feeling of letting go into expansiveness. Thanks & Love.
  • Laurie Angress     May 7th, 2012
    Thank you Harshada! Can you please explain why some teach this as So Ham? It means the same but is taught with the inhale as So and exhale Ham. I have experimented with both and Ham Sa flows better for me. Curious what you think.
  • Lula Trainor     May 7th, 2012
    Another great meditation. I was feeling really pulled out of myself and by using the mantra I was able to let go and experience myself in a really full and connected way. Thanks Harshada
  • Jeanne Stone     May 7th, 2012
    Wonderful. Definitely going into my Favorites. Thank you so much Harshada and YogaGlo.
  • yogagal      May 7th, 2012
    For those of you who want to experience Hamsa meditation without the distracting background music. See Tara's Hamsa meditation.
  • Murphy Ryland     May 7th, 2012
    Hello and thankyou for a deeply beautiful meditation. I was wondering, is the practise to be began and ended or is it ok for me to drift of to sleep in hamsa?
  • Sharon Gollman     May 7th, 2012
    Beautiful! Thank you!