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 At Mantra, it's not just about beautiful jewellery but also joy, inspiration and celebration of life!

Read through our inspirational blogs as we share stories and ideas that we hope bring these feelings to life.

Dip in, and be inspired…

This year’s Mental Health Awareness Week (14-20 May) is focused on stress. Help Mantra to support MIND in their work, with a ‘Strength’ necklace from the Mantra Changes Lives collection, with 25% of the selling price going directly to MIND.
POSTED ON 20.04.18
We are very excited about appearing at ‘This Morning Live’ in May. We have 2 sets of two daily tickets available for you to WIN! You and a friend will have the chance to attend on any one of the days, absolutely FREE! For your chance to win, just tell us your favourite mantra, or positive phrase. It can be a phrase you have written yourself, a quote you have read, or a saying you like.
POSTED ON 20.04.18
Mantra is delighted to be going back to The Mindful Living Show again in June. Come and see Mantra in Islington, on Friday June 1st and Saturday June 2nd, stand B1, at this year’s Mindful Living Show, and learn more about bringing peace, presence and perspective into your life.
POSTED ON 13.04.18
Come and see Mantra in House of Fraser this month! We are popping-up at our local branch, in Leamington Spa, this month, in the gift area. We are there from 9am to 5.30pm on Friday 6th April and all day on Saturday 7th April. Then we are back again at the end of the month, on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th April.
POSTED ON 04.04.18
Q&A with Emma Heathcote-James – Little Soap Company. Emma is the Founder of Little Soap Company, creators of pure organic cruelty-free soap, available in supermarkets from Waitrose to Tesco. Hers is a remarkable story from kitchen table to national supermarkets, with a product range that we love here at Mantra.
POSTED ON 27.03.18
I have run the London Marathon twice, both times for charity. And through all my training and the run itself, the most useful piece of wisdom that I was given was this: you run a marathon with your mind, not your legs. Create or find a few phrases that resonate with you, and learn them - to use to drown out that voice. I had 26 mantras, one for each mile. They kept me focused, they distracted from the pain, and they drowned out that voice that wanted me to quit. Good luck to all the London runners this year!
POSTED ON 27.03.18
A good starting point for creating a mantra for your life is to create a ‘Vision Board’ for what you want your life to look like. Draw, or stick pictures, or use PowerPoint or Pinterest, to create a picture of the important people, places, things, activities and achievements you desire in your ideal life, and the values that are important to you. It will include things that make you happy, things you are grateful for, and what you want to achieve. Spend some time doing this, to get i...
POSTED ON 20.03.18
If you have a particular challenge in your life right now, or a particular situation that is worrying you or causing you to lose sleep, you might want to create a mantra to use as a positive affirmation.Affirmations are different to mantras, as they are usually phrased as ‘I am..’, and they may not strictly be true at the present moment. They are seeking to reinforce a view of yourself that you feel would be useful and productive to have – but which you do not necessarily belie...
POSTED ON 20.03.18
Think of three occasions in your life when you have really achieved something - a time when you felt really proud, or you overcame the odds, or did better than you or anyone else expected. One from childhood, adulthood, and one recent one.Look back to each occasion, and remember that sense of achievement. Think about what you needed to do, to achieve it. Did you need to believe in yourself? Or keep persisting, without giving up? Or put many hours into practising? Or approach it in a different wa...
POSTED ON 20.03.18
Think of three occasions in your life when you have been really happy – one from childhood, one from adulthood, and one recent one. Look back at each occasion, to see if you can pick out the common factors that really created that happiness. Write these down, and try to summarise these things into 3 or 4 words, or a short phrase.For me, when I think of the times that I am truly happy, they revolve around good times with my husband and my parents; family meals and occasions when we always s...
POSTED ON 20.03.18
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